Thursday’s news items [Diocese bankruptcy; monopolies must be regulated & more] – 2/20/2020

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Harrisburg’s Bishop | Explains the bankruptcy [Its price of shame, secrecy and failure.]

“A Foundation to Build Upon” | The Diocese lays out its plans to stay alive at the bottom of it’s special Webpage.  If only the Church Leadership invested this much time, money and concern to root out its priests who violated youths; by being concerned for the victims and not trying to cover up its own sins.


Another Comcast complaint | The above letter-to-the-editor appears in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster. Pennsylvania’s Public Utility Commission’s mission is to:

“The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission balances the needs of consumers and utilities; ensures safe and reliable utility service at reasonable rates; protects the public interest; educates consumers to make independent and informed utility choices; furthers economic development; and fosters new technologies and competitive markets in an environmentally sound manner.”

A rose is a rose | and in 2020, Internet providers as Comcast increasingly look and act like monopolies. “In the United States, public utilities are often natural monopolies because the infrastructure required to produce and deliver a product such as electricity or water is very expensive to build and maintain. As a result, they are often government monopolies, or if privately owned, the sectors are specially regulated by a public utilities commission.

COMCAST IS A UTILITYLet your elected public servants know that you think Pennsylvania’s Public Utility Commission should hear Internet providers’ rates and actions as it does water, electricity and other commodities.

Job Fair Boot Camp February 18 and 24

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