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Patty is a hero who stands up for what she believes in. It’s not about the money; it’s about right and wrong. We as a country used to shun evildoers, now we pay them big bucks and look the other way.

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Just give it to them! There is no good reason to deny that we must keep evolving until any adult, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, monogamy or polyamory, race or religion, is free to marry any and all consenting adults.

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This isn’t 1995, acquiring HIV probably won’t kill you; you’re more likely to die a regular old way—heart attack, cancer, etc. These laws are as bad, if not worse, than marriage inequality.

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When the colleges and universities know that they’ll get their money, because the banks will lend it due to the government’s guarantees, they simply raise the ante for students and go on a spending spree.

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Capitalism has failed when a store that makes as much profit as Walmart has to hold food drives for its own employees, or those employees have to still go after welfare programs

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The fraud rate on welfare programs is two to three percent—much lower than most opponents would think. It’s worth making strides to further reduce that fraud rather than punish the other 97 percent for the sins of others.

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I’ve worked both with and without school librarians, and I can tell you that there is a big difference between a paraprofessional, a LIMA, an aide or an eager volunteer, and a trained professional librarian.

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The track serves importance in the history of Philadelphia’s trolleys, especially with the 23 being North America’s longest trolley line, spanning 12 miles from Chestnut Hill to Oregon Avenue. We need to keep the tracks

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During those moments, there was a sense of community, of sweating palms meeting each other, all struggling to sustain poise in the heat. As I felt the body next to me tremble, I steadied my arm for her support

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I am as respectful and as responsible a cyclist as I can be, but I will also ride as defensively as I need to in order to avoid getting injured. Anyone who has ridden a bicycle in Philly for even one day has seen what we have to deal with on a regular basis

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