As many people have noted in the last 24 hours, Robert Mueller has said that he could not exonerate the president, is unable to charge him, and Congress can begin impeachment. If you’ve read Volume II of the Mueller Report, you are well aware that Mr. Trump attempted to obstruct justice on at least eleven … More Hamilton is knocking on Congress’s door? Will they answer?
My story, “Only the Ancestors Bring Fire” is available on The Short Edition. They love sharing short stories and have provided a platform online for doing just that. The story: A few years ago, I was mountain biking on Tussey Trail with my friend Paul. We scrabbled over the rocks of the portion we call the Extension … More “Only the Ancestors Bring Fire” on the Short Edition
Two of my poems are featured in the Spring 2019 edition of The Watershed Journal. They’ve assembled submissions by writers from northwestern Pennsylvania. All of our pieces celebrate our place in northern Appalachia, some with folk wisdom like “Today” by Greg Clary and others with a nice convoluted wit like “Wait Not” by Byron Hoot. My poem … More “Vespers” and “Memorial Day” in The Watershed Journal
Next week, the Centre County Commissioners will consider moving forward on a 1.2 MW solar array. There is some concern that they may not. They need to know that we, the people of Centre County, want a solar future. The agenda item is as follows. 1. Commissioners – Solar energy power service agreement with Centre … More Will the Centre County Commissioners do the right thing on solar?