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  • Outside Spending In Governor's Race Tops $10 Million

    Outside Spending In Governor's Race Tops $10 Million
    Outside spending in the gubernatorial race has exceeded $10 million as special interest groups look to sway the outcome of the Nov. 4. election. Republican challenger Tom Foley is running for the second time against Democratic Governor Dannel P. Malloy,...
  • NRA-backed bill clears Pa. Legislature; Corbett indicates he'll sign it

    NRA-backed bill clears Pa. Legislature; Corbett indicates he'll sign it
    HARRISBURG — In the final minutes of the Pennsylvania legislative session, the House on Monday approved a bill clearing the way for the National Rifle Association and other groups to sue municipalities that enact ordinances stricter than state...
  • NRA endorses Hogan, and Brown campaign spreads the news

    NRA endorses Hogan, and Brown campaign spreads the news
    The National Rifle Association endorsed Republican Larry Hogan for governor Monday, and his opponent wants to make sure every Maryland voter knows it. While endorsements are usually trumpeted by the campaign receiving them, in this case it was Hogan's...
  • Pigeon Shoot Ban Buried

        Lehigh County Executive complained last week that the commissioners were guilty of some "dumb government tricks," including voting for a tax cut in a budget with a structural deficit.     Our state legislators have perfected all kinds of...
  • Pigeon Shoot Ban Vote Today

         The state House is scheduled to vote today on a bill that among other things would ban pigeon shoots in Pennsylvania.      House Bill 1750, which the Senate passed 36-12 last week, also would ban "hunts" involving tethered animals and raising...
  • Gun safety, Ebola and Bondi: Letters

    Gun safety, not control A few months have gone by, so it's time for Beth Kassab and her buddies at the League of Women Voters of Florida to bring up gun control. Ironically, Kassab, in her Saturday column, "Florida tough on kids' gun safety —...
  • Attorney General Facing A Conservative And Radical Liberal In General Election

    Attorney General Facing A Conservative And Radical Liberal In General Election
    HARTFORD — The last time a non-Democrat held the office of attorney general in Connecticut was in 1959. The current Democratic occupant, George Jepsen, was all of 5 years old back then. In this election, Jepsen is being challenged by opponents...
  • Why don't we have an Ebola 'czar,' Sen. McCain? Because of the NRA

    Why don't we have an Ebola 'czar,' Sen. McCain? Because of the NRA
    Donning the mantle of the nation's scaremonger-in-chief, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., appeared Sunday morning on CNN to weigh in on the latest Ebola news. The nugget he and host Candy Crowley were chewing over was that a healthcare worker who had been...
  • Lack Of Mental Health Care Led To Tragedy

    Lack Of Mental Health Care Led To Tragedy
    Colby Sue Weathers killed her father at the insistence of the voices in her head. She shot him once in the back as he sat at the family's dining room table. A paranoid schizophrenic, Weathers had used the money from her disability check to buy the...
  • 2nd Amendment Groups Not Happy With Mark Greenberg's Comments

    2nd Amendment Groups Not Happy With Mark Greenberg's Comments
    Gun-rights groups that had endorsed Republican congressional candidate Mark Greenberg are not happy with his expression of support for universal background checks. The National Rifle Association promptly changed Greenberg's rating, from an A to an F,...
  • In Esty-Greenberg Debate: Sharp Differences, A Surprising Accord

    DANBURY — The candidates vying to represent Connecticut's 5th District in Congress presented starkly different views on government spending, health care and how to respond to Islamic terror in a brisk, 90-minute debate Thursday night. But...