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  • Arlen Specter says Pennsylvania 'tough' for Obama

    Former Sen. Arlen Specter, on a return visit to Capitol Hill on Tuesday, said Pennsylvania would be difficult for President Obama to win in next year's election. "I think it is tough; I think Pennsylvania's economy is hurting," Specter said in a brief...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: The Wednesday Five.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Today is Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011, the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. It occurs to us that an 18-year-old sailor serving on that day would now be 88 years old. The......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Rick Santorum? President?

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Welcome to the first full Monday of Pennsylvania Farm Show week, that magical seven days that Pennsylvanians use an excuse to eat their own weight in fried foods. We are not sure how this is......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Don Quixote's Got Nothing On This Guy.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The polls are closed. The TV lights are dimmed. And the great caravan that is the 2012 Republican presidential campaign has moved on from New Hampshire and onto South Carolina, where, in just a few......
  • Friday Morning: A Quick Fill-Up On News.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're traversing the highways and byways of this great Commonwealth today, so we're going to keep this morning's missive a touch on the brief side. Here's a quick buffet of links to go with your......
  • Fine lines

     
    Let me get this straight. Before launching a presidential campaign, Mitt Romney supported abortion rights, gay rights, gun control, "amnesty" for undocumented immigrants, and combating climate change. He distanced himself from Reagan, attended Planned...
  • The Tale Of The Tape: What Turnout In 2008, 2010 May Tell Us About 2012.

     
    So It's Already Pretty Much Accepted ... ... that there's not a lot to be excited about in tomorrow's primary election. With the exit of Rick Santorum, the presidential primary is a snoozer. And we've yet to meet anyone who's......
  • Why the election of a short-term replacement senator will matter

     
    Derided as silly, goofy and unnecessary, the special election to fill out the last two months of the seat now held by temporary Sen. Roland Burris stands to make at least some difference for the winner. Smart money says the......
  • Bill Clinton to stump for Sestak

     
    Our colleague Colby Itkowitz has the story in today's Allentown Morning Call: Former President Bill Clinton will join Sestak in Scranton Tuesday to rally support for the Democratic congressman, the Sestak campaign confirmed. Sestak, who is running against...
  • Clinton stumps for an absent Sestak

     
    Overshadowed by Tuesday's primaries, Colby Itkowitz of the Morning Call reports on former President Bill Clinton's visit to Pennsylvania Tuesday on behalf of Rep. Joe Sestak (D): SCRANTON -- Former President Bill Clinton implored a crowd of Joe Sestak...
  • Hmm, Clinton Democrat Mark Penn throws big Senate fundraiser for independent Charlie Crist

     
    Bill Clinton supports Kendrick Meek in the Florida Senate race. But would the White House prefer an ex-Republican?...