There’s no war on men and boys — it’s quite the opposite
Two weeks ago, Paul Dici submitted an column titled “It’s time to fight against the war on men and boys” (March 28). Mr. Dici would have us believe that men and boys are being “wussified” by a progressive agenda that may jeopardize our national security. Also, he makes the point that men and boys are not given the same advantages (programs) as women and girls.
McCord outsourcing ‘scandal’ reminds me of Y2K fears
With only seven weeks to go until the May primary election, the campaigns are expected to get a lot hotter and more negative.
Can we trust luck when it comes to the nuclear industry?
Let’s review the history to better understand a major concern of today.
Aging — is it a disease to be cured?
If you are already old, get ready for what comes next. If you are not old yet but on the way, it is not too early to start thinking about aging and dying, because both are part of being human.
Local high school students help keep future of journalism bright
Significant technological and economic changes have caused some to question the future of journalism, both as a viable business enterprise and as a potential career. But if the proceedings of the eighth annual Northwest Pennsylvania High School Journalism Day are any indication, journalism is alive and well, especially in Crawford County.
Reps want to hang ‘English only’ sign at the Capitol
Pennsylvania, it turns out, is one of 19 states that have failed to address the menace that is non-English. Or maybe it’s un-English? Or dis-English? There must be a word for it.
The Arc: A welcoming community of support
Let me give you some background about services that The Arc of Crawford, Warren and Forest counties provide to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These individuals are your neighbors, loved ones and family members.
Outside the Box: Gather information and weigh your options — but always go on your guts
Years ago, I was working in my father’s home office. I grabbed a gold Cross pen to sign a letter. Hours later, my dad wanted to know where the pen was. He was insistent. What’s the big deal, I wondered.
Candidates quickly learning that entering race early is pivotal
With the primary election only two months away, candidates are quickly determining whether to stay in the race or support other candidates for various positions.
It’s time to fight against the war on men and boys
A couple of years ago my wife and I were walking toward Boscov’s in the Beaver Valley Mall. As we approached the entrance we were greeted by two women sitting behind a large table. One of them yelled, “Would you like to buy a pink ribbon to fight breast cancer?” I said that I would if I could buy a ribbon to fight prostate cancer.
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