Around 1 a.m. last Tuesday, a blog monitoring public spots to hear the oral arguments (that I had been refreshing for hours) reported that there were still spots available. I immediately decided to travel to the capital.
I always thought that most great writing is short and sweet. But in only 81 words, President Reagan makes three pivotal points to consider in the context of Valentine’s Day, especially on a college campus.
On Nov. 8, in Philadelphia’s local elections, there is one race at the bottom of the ballot that is especially competitive and where there is an opportunity for political unity — the race for city commissioner.