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  • Study: Most Americans Would Exchange Personal Info for Personalized Cars

     
    A new study suggests the majority of Americans would be willing to divulge personal information, including their own fingerprints, if it personalized their car ??? and nearly two in three would ride in a self-driving car. San Jose, Calif.-based Cisco........
  • Kevin Hunt: Pay Tax Now Or You Will Be Arrested: Is This The IRS?

    Kevin Hunt: Pay Tax Now Or You Will Be Arrested: Is This The IRS?
    Tax season has ended, but not for scammers. This year's strain of tax-related phone scams with callers identifying themselves as Internal Revenue Service representatives has elicited warnings in recent weeks from the state attorney general, state...
  • This affair is about to be over

    Nearly every intelligent witness to the nearly seven decades of Israel's alliance with the United States and Western Europe now understands that the affair is about to be over. In 1948 and the years that immediately followed, the alliance was the...
  • PA state legislators earned Gov. Tom Corbett cuts and our scorn

    PA state legislators earned Gov. Tom Corbett cuts and our scorn
    A friend sent me the following joke last week. It's mildly risque, so stop reading if you think you'll be offended. (I added that to ensure everyone will keep reading) A circus owner runs an ad for a lion tamer and two people show up. One is a retired...
  • Lehigh County housing grant latest target

    I read an Associated Press story the other day about blind people being granted gun permits in Iowa. These would allow the visually impaired to purchase guns and carry them in public. I'm all about people with disabilities achieving their dreams, but if...
  • Bill White Hall of Fame awaits new immortals

    Bill White Hall of Fame awaits new immortals
    One of my favorite blooper items involved a Florida writer who won a Toastmasters competition in St. Augustine, Fla., with her speech about the wonders of the five presidential likenesses carved on Mount Rushmore. "What talented sculptor produced...
  • Fruitland Park commissioners make brazen move for pensions

    Fruitland Park commissioners make brazen move for pensions
    Fruitland Park commissioners are making a brazen move for a tasty little retirement. These are the same elected officials who, for more than a year, have done little to distinguish themselves. They acted unethically, were exposed by a former city...
  • Storied Chicago church mural needs an angel

    Storied Chicago church mural needs an angel
    A few weeks ago, a sale sign went up, again, outside the Northside Stranger's Home Church. For anyone who loves the mural on the church's front wall, the sign felt like a death notice, and there may be nobody sadder about that than Jon Pounds. "If the...
  • Immigration reform school [Commentary]

    Immigration reform school [Commentary]
    Time for a brutal assessment regarding the state of immigration reform in America. Extreme partisans on both sides of the aisle — you will not like what you read over the next two minutes. Hopefully, the rest of you will chew on it for a bit....
  • Avoiding those airport lines -- at least some of the time

    Avoiding those airport lines -- at least some of the time
    Airport Security. The TSA has opened up enrollment in its "Precheck" DHS Trusted Traveler program to anyone who wants to join -- and pay the $85 fee for five years participation. As a Trusted Traveler, you are eligible to use the presumably-shorter...
  • Speak out now on the TSA's full-body scanners

    Speak out now on the TSA's full-body scanners
    It's been almost five years since the Transportation Security Administration quietly began installing its so-called Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) -- better known as full-body scanners -- at airports nationwide. And now the government wants to know...