Talking politics & pipeline on PCN tonight

Proving once again that this was a face that was made for newspapers, I will make another appearance on the Pennsylvania Cable Network show 'Journalists Roundtable' tonight.

I made the trek out to our sister paper The Mercury in Pottstown yesterday afternoon to tape the show, hosted by Brian Lockman. I was joined by Mercury Editor Tony Phyrillas, and West Chester Daily Local News courthouse/politics reporter Michael Rellahan as we discussed the top issues in the region, as well as the political scene as the much anticipated May Primary and November mid-term elections loom.

I ran down the various possibilities in the newly formed 5th Congressional District, including the herd of Democrats still seeking the nomination and the chance to face off against Republican Pearl Kim to replace incumbent U.S. Rep. Pat Meehan, R-7, in Congress.

We also chatted about what I continue to believe is the biggest economic issue in the region, that would be Sunoco Logistics' Mariner East 2 pipeline project.

'Journalists Roundtable' is a 30-minute program that features Pennsylvania journalists discussing news of the week, and examining politics and policy to provide background and analysis on hot-button topics.

The show airs tonight, April 19, at 7 p.m., and again on Sunday, April 22, at 9 p.m.

Check your local listing for the Pennsylvania Cable Network channel in your area.

That ancient-looking guy on the right? Yeah, that's me.