Monthly Archives: October 2013

Interview with Chris Pielli, candidate for District Justice

Why are you running for DJ in the West Goshen / Westtown / Thornbury district? I chose to run for this position because I believe full-time tax payers deserve a full-time judge. I believe that we don’t have to settle … Continue reading

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The Shutdown: Questions to dispel the smoke

In Washington, diversionary tactics are always in order. Why would the perpetrators want us to grasp something like the limited government shutdown now starting its second week? Let’s rise to the challenge of getting beyond the smoke. What’s the real … Continue reading

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“The Butler”: an unexpected history of race relations in America

I just saw the film “The Butler.” I knew little in advance and expected a feel-gooder in the line of “Driving Miss Daisy” or “The Remains of the Day.” Those are great movies but for useful emotions (like indignation) and … Continue reading

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