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What The Left Can Learn From Alexander Hamilton
Two hundred years ago, Alexander Hamilton was mortally wounded by then Vice President Aaron Burr in a duel at Weehawken, New Jersey. Their conflict, stemming from essays Hamilton had penned against...
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We need the garage People are complaining about the parking garage being planned in Towanda. Apparently they don't come to town and try to find parking too often. I think it will be a big asset to...
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Women's rights and their money: a timeline from C...
Many modern women in the US and Europe never question their right to open a bank account, own property, or even buy wine or beer in a pub. These rights, however, were hard won: for much of history,...
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Ed Lotterman: Tying political party of president ...
The data are clear: The U.S. economy does better economically on a range of measures when a Democrat is president than when a Republican is. So what? The very question assumes a cause-effect...
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On Stages: 'Homesteaders' extends at Carriage Hou...
A friend of mine recently coined the phrase “August is the Sunday of months” which seems just about right, considering just about everyone I know (including myself) is shuffling to get one last trip...
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Mount Magazine Mountaintop Settlers
In the latter half of the 1800s, new land on Mount Magazine could be acquired in two ways. A legislative act in 1853 granted a wide swath of land for the construction of a railroad in the Petit Jean...
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Seattle selling landlord's properties as 'last re...
The city of Seattle is taking control over Clyde Yancey's eight homes by a court order to try and recoup $2.1 million in fines he owes. "This is the first time the city has done a receivership, and...
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State's loss of open space a growing threat to bi...
The open spaces that humans think are wonderful places for wildlife are, more often than not, better suited to people. The Connecticut Audubon Society, in its "State of the Birds" 2014 report, issued...
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