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Chris Satullo
Chris Satullo
  • October 10, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Pew study shows younger Americans steer clear of faiths that act like fortresses

    By their fruits you shall know them. As you sow, so shall you reap. Those were a couple of Bible verses that ran through my mind as I skimmed a new r...
  • October 8, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Crying fowl — Big Bird counts on his friends to see him through

    A co-worker just stopped by my cubicle, with brow furrowed, feathers ruffled. "Yo, Bird," I said as two, big, orange, three-toed feet wiggl...
  • October 7, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Voting should be done in the flesh, not online

    As the voter ID flap in Pennsylvania shows, many Americans get emotional about the right to vote – in theory, anyway. Yet, on this coming Election Day...
  • September 17, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    National feuds a poor filter for viewing local issues

    The recently concluded political conventions were much mocked. Think of Clint Eastwood's doddering dialogue with an empty chair. Or Jennifer Gra...
  • September 2, 2012 |  Centre Square Blog

    Can the fast-forward button rescue our electoral process?

    So here's my question: Could TiVo save American democracy? Could the digital video recorder rescue this presidential election from the clutches ...
  • August 27, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Impact of Philly test cheating will be felt for years

    One story I've worked on this year at WHYY and NewsWorks ranks as the most personally depressing. The odd thing is, no one died. Well, there was...
  • August 20, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Recall this, Ayn Rand fans - America was born through a vow of mutual trust

    It was a steamy July in Philadelphia. A hundred miles away, a British fleet anchored off of Sandy Hook, full of menace. In a hot building on Chestn...
  • August 13, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Jack Bogle - A lion in winter, but his roar should be heeded

    Over the course of a life, you make a host of financial decisions, some less dumb than the others. I've only made one unequivocally smart one: W...