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About Radnor Reports

Ken Feltman is past-president of the International Association of Political Consultants and the American League of Lobbyists. He is retired chairman of Radnor Inc., an international political consulting and government relations firm in Washington, D.C. Known as a coalition builder, he has participated in election campaigns and legislative efforts in the United States and several other countries.

Mount Etna just erupted – and so did other dangerous volcanoes

Kīlauea, on Hawaii’s Big Island. The name Kīlauea means much spreading or spewing in Hawaiian – a reference to its frequent outpouring of lava that flows into the ocean. See more…

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Climate change may be behind the massive craters forming in Siberia

 Katie Hunt of CNN – The massive crater appeared violently and explosively in the Siberian tundra last year — a powerful blowout of methane gas throwing ice and rock hundreds of feet away and leaving a gaping circular scar in the empty … Continue reading

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The 5 Trump Amendments to the Constitution

Jonathan Rauch of the Atlantic – When I step back to look at the legacy of President Donald Trump, a surprising conclusion emerges: He has substantially altered the Constitution. His changes aren’t formal, of course. But his informal amendments are … Continue reading

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Opinion: The one thing impeachment accomplished

Richard Galant, CNN – On March 2, 1797, President George Washington wrote a letter comparing himself to a “wearied traveler who sees a resting place, and is bending his body to lean thereon.” The idea of retiring after his controversy-filled … Continue reading

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Asteroid Twice As Big As Empire State Building to Fly Past Earth Next Week

Ed Browne of Newsweek – An asteroid that could be up to two times as wide as the height of the Empire State Building is going to fly past Earth next week—but our planet will be spared a collision. The … Continue reading

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