With avian influenza (AI) now detected across several states, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine is stepping up detection efforts against the dangerous disease in Pennsylvania while increasing outreach and education to Pennsylvania producers and residents.
Wednesday was Earth Day, so we have decided to do our part by recycling the same old, tired humor you have grown accustomed to getting from us each Friday. Away we go!
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will not be your next President of the United States, largely because he would need to carry Pennsylvania. And it would be impossible to win the Keystone State with zero votes from the City of Philadelphia, which is exactly the number he can expect. No, Eagles fans have not yet forgotten Christie’s love affair with the Dallas Cowboys, we learned this week, as evidenced by the group of green-clad folks who stalked Christie at a Bass Pro Shop in New Jersey.
Pity Mike Pence, governor of Indiana and former congressman. With a strong following among conservatives, in Indiana and nationally, he was thought to have an outside shot at the Republican nomination for President. So last month, there he was, just minding his own business, sort of. We’ll let the National Review describe what happened next:
“Then, on Thursday, March 26, he signed Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), and all hell broke loose.
Put me in, coach, I’m ready to play today! The 2015 baseball season got underway this week. At press time, among teams of local interest, based on Week 1 performance, projected regular season records are as follow: Orioles, 108-54; Nats and Phillies, 54-108; Pirates, 0-162. (Past performance is not an indicator of future results. Void where prohibited. Batteries not included.)
Welcome back to our early, truncated but still lovingly prepared holiday edition of our weekly wrap-up. Put your mittens around your kittens and away we go!
The first cracks have appeared in the Hillary armor, we learned this week. A poll released this week showed that Rand Paul is edging Ms. Clinton here in the Keystone State in the race for President. And yet somehow, Ted Cruz seems to get all the news coverage. Odd.