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  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The Thursday Five.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're back in action after spending a fascinating and edifying day in scenic Greensburg, Pa., where we received a crash course in all things natural gas. Thanks to the experts at the Penn State Extension,......
  • Natural gas fracking needs to be monitored, panel says

     
    Fracking report: The assessment was the Obama administration's first major pronouncement on the coast-to-coast shale gas boom that has raised concerns about the risks to underground water supplies from the mixture of sand, water and chemicals injected...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: A Question Of Fairness.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's not often that we start the Monday following a pretty mellow weekend by thinking big thoughts. Usually, we just kind of like to ease into things. A few cheap one-liners here. A couple of......
  • EGYPT: Nearly 20 alleged gas pipeline saboteurs arrested

     
    One man has been killed and nearly 20 Islamist militants, suspected in recent attacks on a police station and a natural gas pipeline supplying Israel, have been arrested in recent days in a sweeping military operation in the Sinai Peninsula....
  • Lawmaker Apologizes for "Womenfolk" Remark, Sticks By Criticism of Drillers.

     
    A Lancaster lawmaker apologized this morning for remarks he made Tuesday claiming that that the the impact of Pennsylvania's burgeoning natural gas industry includes the spread of sexually transmitted diseases "amongst the womenfolk." Speaking to...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Letting The Dice Roll On Small Games Of Chance.

     
    Happy Friday, Fellow Seekers. We'll ease into the weekend with the news that Pennsylvania's taverns and private clubs are betting that the timing will be right this fall to finally expand a 23-year-old state law governing small games of chance......
  • Too soon to claim victory in Libya, but not to ask: What now? [The conversation]

     
    It might be too early to claim victory in Libya, with the search for Moammar Kadafi still on in Tripoli, but enough advances have been made to prompt opinionators to ask: What now? How to finish the mission in Libya......
  • Are 'green' jobs the great American con job? [Most commented]

     
    "Is the green energy revolution about energy independence? Or is it about fighting global warming? Or is it about jobs?" asks Jonah Goldberg in his Tuesday column about what he calls the war to green America. For most of the......
  • Less government is more? Ask the people of San Bruno

     
    From gridlock in Washington to lax regulatory oversight in California, the less-is-better approach to government is here, and it's not pretty....
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Perzel to Plead Guilty Today.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The highest-ranking state lawmaker to be caught up in the wide-ranging public corruption probe known as Bonusgate is set to plead guilty to charges that he illegally steered millions of dollars in taxpayer money to....
  • Gov. Jon Huntsman's jobs plan: 'Straightforward and common sense'

     
    Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman offers his plan in advance of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama....