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Published: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 19:45:46 GMT

 



A tale of two parking tickets: Unequal justice
The promise of equal justice under the law is not always kept by the Bureau of Administrative Adjudication, the place where you go to appeal tickets written by the Philadelphia Parking Authority. That's what Lois DelSpechio-Janke found when she went to the bureau to fight $182 worth of tickets.



Take down Rizzo statue? Fine, but don't stop there
Let's rename Washington Avenue and tear down that statue in front of the Art Museum. George Washington was a slaveholder. Bye-bye, George.



You don't like a joke - sue! How it happens in Philly
Are we living in an era when even humor must be bleached by political correctness?



The day I sided with the Nazis
The Bill of Rights requires us to suffer what we despise. The cost of freedom can be high.



The Guam I know: Americans living on the bull's-eye
With Kim Jong Un threatening to fire four missiles near Guam, many people are nervous, with a few getting ready to leave for Saipan, 120 miles away.



'Matchmaker, matchmaker': My online dating life
I had a lot of first dates, a few second dates, but nothing permanent. Most were pleasant, only a few awful.



Got a gripe? Spineless leaders will let you disrupt Philly civic business
After 10 minutes of being harangued, city leaders, tails between their legs, crawled out of the room, handing Asa Khalif what he called a victory.



On the run: How fugitives try to vanish
"In police work the big thing is finding out who the associates are. Word on the street is like Facebook. Somebody is going to know something."



Is Roger Waters an anti-Semite?
"We at ZOA question if someone who is anti-gay, anti-black, anti-woman, would be welcome on their stage."



More bike lanes in Philly? Let's put it to a vote
There is no lobby for non-bikers, for homeowners and taxpayers who want to be able to drop off their groceries in front of them homes and pick up Granny or the kids.