Monthly Archives: March 2014

Keystone Cannabis Reform Rally

On Monday, March 31, the Keystone Cannabis Reform Rally took place in the Rotunda of the State Capitol building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania at 10:00 AM. The urgent need for cannabis and hemp reform was stressed to around 300 onlookers. Presenters … Continue reading

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Where’s our cut?

Wages are kind of stagnant in the face of growing productivity, since about the mid-70’s decline of them.  At least that’s what BLS says: The steadily increasing line is us working smarter, longer and/or harder = efficiency.  The flat line … Continue reading

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A Computer Alone Can Not Gerrymander

SUMMARY: “Only 24 out of 435 Congressional districts are considered “competitive.” Competition in 5.5% of races can NOT yield a functioning democratic republic. PA’s voters could just as easily be divided to yield 13-5 Congressional districts, favoring either party.  OR, we … Continue reading

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Hanger’s Out. His Effect is In

All remaining Dem candidates, one of whom will be Pennsylvania’s next Gov, are now on record for medical and open to decriminalized marijuana. None but John were before. It is the right position, it is the just position, and it would … Continue reading

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Idyllic Trains Yield to Hellish Bicycles?

One to watch, as seen shared on Chesapeake Bay Foundation Exec. Director Harry Campbell’s LinkedIn page: “Court Ruling in Land Dispute could Threaten Bike Trails” http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/03/10/supreme-court-railroad-land-dispute/6252835/ The following quote from an adjoining land owner is key to the argument, from … Continue reading

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What Does TY4RT Mean?

Many of you ask.  It is a Twitter abbreviation I made up.  It stands for “Thank You for ReTweet” or “Thank You for Favoriting”.  I reply to those who are kind enough to share my words of wisdom with more … Continue reading

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PennLive Posters get called Out, Identities Subpoenaed.

Bravo! I would love to see an end to anonymous commenting @PennLive! “Notice of Intention to Serve a Subpeona…demanding that PennLive reveal the identities of EVERYONE who posted comments (on 44 separate articles), regardless of the relevance of the comments.” … Continue reading

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