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Single-Payer Health Care in Pennsylvania

There’s not much I like about ObamaCare.  For example, it is creating a national database.  Supposedly it’s up to us and our doctors what goes in there, but doctors will be pressured by the loss of Medicare payments if they don’t put enough in the database.  606 more words

Politics

Pennsylvania >>> Maine

Deciding to take on this internship also meant leaving everything and everyone I knew in Pennsylvania. I grew up in Mechanicsburg, Pa and went to college in Kutztown. 167 more words

Sara’s Campground and Presque Isle State Park

Sara’s was unlike any campground I have come across so far on this trip; packed to the brim with weekend tent campers and the most extensive permanent/seasonal RV park I’ve ever seen, Sara’s felt more like a small town than a beachside campground. 125 more words

All Tried and Approved Soldiers~July 1864~the 29th

All Tried and Approved Soldiers~ General Sherman

Day by day Sherman tightens the hold on Atlanta and unleashes raiders throughout Georgia. South central Pennsylvanians again prepare for a rebel invasion as they did a year ago at the time before the Gettysburg battle. 1,282 more words

Daily History

Pennsylvanian Hospitality

As I made my way out of New York and into Pennsylvania, I continued to camp along Lake Erie. I found that the roads nearest the lake provided some of the best views, despite being a bit busier than I expected. 604 more words

Immaculate Conception Church, Pittsburgh, PA

 This is an interesting mid-century building sited awkwardly in an odd location. The Immaculate Conception Church is at the corner of Edmond Street and Corday Way in Bloomfield, just off Liberty Avenue. 204 more words

Pennsylvania

SHOULD ALL PSYCHIATRISTS CARRY GUNS?

Posted on July 26, 2014by artsmuklermd

“Yo Dumplin. I’m home,” I called, swaggering into our ranch house. I swaggered because my sidearm, a Colt 45, weighed heavy on my right hip and made me walk funny. 482 more words

Psychiatry