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Moderate Voice would be breath of fresh air amid gridlocked Congress

JULIAN BARTORELLI, Staff Writer–

In this day and age as an American, one would have a staggeringly difficult time trying to find a few positive comments about the 113th United States Congress from practically anyone. 739 more words

Politics

Doylestown Runner Injured In Boston Bombings Shares Her Story

By Pat Ciarrocchi

DOYLESTOWN, Pa., (CBS) — At Tuesday’s tribute to the victims and first responders of the 2013 Boston Marathon, runner Amy O’Neill of Doylestown was among the guests. 415 more words

News

Beef Prices At 27-Year High in U.S.

 By Tim Jimenez

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The trip to the grocery store has gotten a lot more expensive, especially when you head down the meat aisle. 195 more words

News

Why Is Public Television Against Public Schools? | Peter Dreier

“… missing from the lineups on most PBS affiliates is a remarkable new documentary film, “Go Public,” about the day in the life of a public school system in California. 56 more words

PRIVITIZATION

Why Is Public Television Against Public Schools? | Peter Dreier

“… missing from the lineups on most PBS affiliates is a remarkable new documentary film, “Go Public,” about the day in the life of a public school system in California. 56 more words

PRIVITIZATION

Does The Fight For A Cursive Comeback Miss The Point? : NPR

“Steve Graham, who studies children’s writing and teaches education at Arizona State University, believes that the current cursive debate misses the problem.”It really doesn’t matter if it’s manuscript or cursive,” Graham says. 31 more words

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