Month: February 2011

Philadelphia Shipyard versus Fayette County Prison

In: A $42 million government investment to keep the South Philly shipyard operating, reported to preserve up to 1,000 jobs. Out: A $200 million prison construction project in Fayette County, reported to generate approximately 650 jobs in an area where work is sparse.

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Video: Medaglia’s Opening Salvo

Larry Medaglia is going on TV in earnest tomorrow if special election to replace the late State Senator Mike O’Pake, and he’s starting with a standard get-to-know-you style television ad.

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Mayor Nutter Cruising Toward Re-election

Despite his poll numbers, Michael Nutter appears to have his re-election in the bag. The Mayor’s last potential serious rival, Tom Knox, endorsed him today. PoliticsPA takes a quick look at why Nutter has scared off all

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Stephen Colbert Talks Santorum (With Video)

Former PA Senator and prospective GOP 2012 Presidential contender Rick Santorum got some national press last night, but suffice it to say it’s probably not the type of “Colbert bump” he was hoping for.

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2/22 Morning Buzz

Colbert talks about Rick Santorum’s “google problem.” Larry Medaglie raches out to voters en espanol. PA GOPers try to balance cuts their base wants, and funding the needs of their districts need. And Tom Knox, Ed Rendell and Michael Nutter walk into a hotel, today at 10am.

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Commentary: Why Politicians Should Be More Like Professors

David Perimutter, director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and a professor at the University of Iowa, has published an interesting commentary in the Journal of Higher Education. “…The truth is that contemplative, thoughtful, evidence-seeking research, conducted for the purpose of finding answers rather than scoring political points, would better serve our country than puffery, posturing, and cant,” Dr. Perimutter writes.

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