There’s an old story that makes its rounds in theological seminaries. A pious fellow was fervent in faith but flunking all his courses. The school’s dean had to break the news that the faculty was dismissing the student for academic failure. “But Dean,” the dejected aspiring minister said, “while still a farmer I saw the cloud formation GPC, go preach Christ.” “I’m sorry, but I think you misinterpreted the sign,” the dean responded. “It meant go plow corn!”
Pennsylvania’s 33rd district state senator, Douglas Mastriano, is contemplating a run to become the Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania. He’s traveling all over the state speaking and raising money. A recent fundraiser in Chambersburg featured Rudy Giuliani, at the very time the FBI launched an intense investigation of the Trump lawyer for his dealings with Ukrainian oligarchs. Shortly thereafter, Mastriano claimed Trump’s declaration of support, prompting a corrective press release by the former president stating he has made no candidate endorsement.