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Editorial: Roll heads at PGW

Sunday is not likely to be a particularly merry Christmas for Mark Keeley’s loved ones, thanks to what appears to be fatal ineptness by Philadelphia Gas Works employees.


Editorial: Die, Mumia, die

Wesley Cook, better known as Mumia Abu-Jamal, did the dirtiest deed of all. He killed a Philly cop in cold blood. Now, 30 insane years after he shot Officer Daniel Faulkner in the face, Abu-Jamal is, quite literally, getting away with murder.


Editorial: A really big show

Is Donald Trump for real? Fortunately, yes.


Editorial: Arlene is atrocious

File this one in the chutzpah department: Arlene Ackerman, the vastly overrated, overcompensated superintendent of Philadelphia’s public schools whose clandestine, paranoid management style led to her overdue ouster in August, has filed for unemployment compensation.


Editorial: Gee, thanks!

Thursday’s the big day, of course. Time to sit down with your loved ones, reflect on the good things in your life and then feast on the big bird.


Editorial: Win some, lose some

Oh, what could have been.


Editorial: Make their day

The ultra-conservatives from the Republicans’ Tea Party wing. The ultra-liberals from the Democrats’ Occupy (Name Your City) movement. The (shamefully small number of) dedicated citizens who got off their butts and did their duty at the polls yesterday.


Editorial: Send a message

Four angry men. The Courageous Quartet. Two Republicans, two Democrats. Bobby Henon, Joe McColgan, Bill Rubin and Al Taubenberger.


Editorial: Say No! to Tasco

Sadly, half of the quartet running for City Council in Northeast Philly’s contested district races have a problem with morals.


Editorial: Pay the CLIP victims

A price was put on justice last week, and the city should make sure the bill is paid quickly.