Monthly Archives: November 2019

The impeachment ‘consensus’

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – As an undergraduate journalism student in my hometown of Washington, D.C., I worked part-time at Congressional Quarterly, a weekly magazine and publisher of specialty books on politics and governing. One of those books … Continue reading

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Deer hunting in White’s Woods?

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – Guy walks into a public park, climbs a tree, strings a bow and shoots a deer with an arrow. It’s no joke. It’s a description of what several citizens allege happened in White’s … Continue reading

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Free speech, hate speech and IUP

An opinion By David Loomis INDIANA – A month after the August 2017 white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., IUP’s social-equity office invited faculty members to propose public discussions about issues related to the deadly confrontation near the U.Va. campus. There … Continue reading

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More plastics and petrochemicals for regional progress

An opinion By Byron G. Stauffer Jr. (and by eight other regional economic-development administrators) INDIANA — Last week, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto made a very public statement that he opposes any further development of the region’s petrochemical industry. While my … Continue reading

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Reconciling Indiana County’s economic-development duality

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – An economic-development conference here last month quietly framed two different approaches to development in Indiana County. The approaches are not necessarily in conflict. But the county’s economic future may depend on whether and … Continue reading

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