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Courage vs. Polarization

January 12, 2011 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Women

We’ve seen two demonstrations of extraordinary courage by two ordinary women in the past month. In December, Ginger LIttleton, who had escaped, put herself back in to harm’s way to try to save her colleagues. With a purse as her only weapon, she attempted to knock the gun out of the hand of a man […]

The “Downtown Browne” Show…

January 7, 2011 by  
Filed under News, Politics

Technology has benefitted many industries, created many others, and turned the world in to a global marketplace. But no one group or segment of society has reaped more reward from the ability to sit in front of a keyboard to reach out and touch thousands of people, than the political establishment. The old expression “stump […]

Veteran’s Sanctuary

January 4, 2011 by  
Filed under Life, News

Bright white sunlight streamed in to the auditorium of the new Veteran’s Sanctuary in Allentown, PA, lighting the way for the color-guard as they marched up the aisle. It was gratifying to see the turnout…the large room was filled to capacity, as was the upper balcony that surrounds it. Many VIP’s and elected officials were […]

New Beginnings

January 2, 2011 by  
Filed under Politics

It’s a testament to the human spirit that at the beginning of each New Year, we go through the same exercise, optimistically looking forward to what we believe will be better times ahead while setting countless resolutions that seldom are in effect when the daffodils bloom. But despite years that are not always better and […]