Morning Examiner: Harrisburg comes begging again

Stand your ground, Pennsylvania. Harrisburg is back to rob you again.

Those energy-efficient appliances cost so much they’ll never save you a dime.

The criminal enterprise known as Crook County government is finally getting some attention.

One more reminder of why you should never, ever talk to the FBI unless you’re trying to cut a plea deal.

They’re creating quarter-millionaires in L.A. It shouldn’t be a surprise, though. By optimistic estimates, the stimulus is costing about $233,000 per job it supposedly creates.

O’Donnell: I’m not a witch

Not coming to The Examiner any time too soon…

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