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It’s time for action on immigration

March 11, 2015 Now that the ill-conceived political ploy over funding the Department of Homeland Security has passed, it’s time for our legislators to make a realistic effort to do something about immigration. more »»

We must work to maintain exceptionalism

February 28, 2015 It was just a matter of time until someone started it again. more »»

Marino is squandering opportunity

February 17, 2015 A funny thing happened on the way to Washington this year. more »»

Freedom never comes for free

January 21, 2015 The terrorist ordeals in Paris have certainly captured the attention of the world, and rightfully so. more »»

Need doesn’t end in December

January 6, 2015 The needs of those who are less fortunate don’t end with the holidays, and neither should efforts to help alleviate those need. more »»

Compromise as a dirty word

December 24, 2014 Most of the time, if a piece of legislation has both conservatives and liberals in Congress up in arms, it’s a good bet that its an overall positive for the country. This isn’t such a time. more »»

US plan to destroy Islamic State must also take down al-Assad

November 29, 2014 Editor’s note: This opinion piece by Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr., D-Pa., first appeared Friday in the Washington Post. It was made available to other media outlets by his staff. more »»

Don’t just thank a veteran ... remember why you’re doing it

November 11, 2014 A few weeks ago, I was going out to lunch with a friend. We walked into a local eating establishment and the only other customer in the place was a man of about 30, wearing a U.S. military uniform. more »»

Apathy is not only reason for poor turnout

November 1, 2014 It’s no secret that voter turnout in the United States has become something of an embarrassment. more »»

Reducing DUI arrests just a matter of public will

October 13, 2014 There’s no arguing driving under the influence is a problem. Last year, just over 15,000 Pennsylvanians were convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs in 2013. more »»

Paw-sitive ‘pibbles’

October 11, 2014 Bella and Antonia have a lot in common. They are both dogs. They are both kind and gentle, giving kisses whenever they’re allowed. more »»

Pit bulls’ bad reputation is a product of irresponsible owners

October 11, 2014 October is notorious for being Breast Cancer Awareness month. more »»

Flexibility is key for property tax reform

September 13, 2014 What do property tax reform and a car’s seat have in common? Both require flexibility. Drivers and passengers often take this feature for grante. more »»

Summer season includes a few underrated movies

September 12, 2014 With no major new releases this week, I thought I’d take a look back at some of the movies from the summer season that I saw but never reviewed. more »»

Packing in the calcium with baked mac and cheese

September 10, 2014 Hello, it's me again Hannah Kauffman your Juniata County Alternate Dairy Princess. Dairy is an important role in your everyday diet. more »»

Open Line

August 23, 2014 Editor’s note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. more »»

NFL out of bounds on domestic violence with Ray Rice decision

August 1, 2014 National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell took a public relations black eye over his lenient punishment of Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice. more »»

Apes better than humans in new film

July 18, 2014 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” ended with a virus enveloping the world and dooming humanity, leaving apes to inherit the earth. more »»

Obama’s EPA keeps getting in way of America’s energy boom

July 3, 2014 COGAN?STATION — Now is the best time in America’s energy history. New reports from the U.S. more »»



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