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Spreading Fear Before Election Day

September 14, 2014 What better way for politicians to position themselves for midterm victory than to conjure up a false sense of fear as we head into November? The not-so-“liberal”, say anything media is playing... more »»

 
 
 
The Reasons Why Openness Matters

September 14, 2014 One of the fundamental lessons of the 9/11 tragedy was that our government carried a share of blame for the failure to stop the attacks. more »»

The Danger Of Foreign Energy Reliance

September 7, 2014 The opponents of natural gas tend to forget about the problems that occur when you are dependent on other nations for your energy supplie. more »»

ISIS Is A Mess Of Our Own Making

September 7, 2014 Republicans are up in arms over the rise of ISIS and the subsequent response from the Obama White House. more »»

Institution Amphitheater Is Worth Saving, Not Renovating

September 7, 2014 The wrecking ball, like a bullet from a poacher’s rifle dropping a bull elephant, splits the Chautauqua morning air as it enters the 121-year-old Amphitheater’s historic interior. more »»

Some Thoughts In Advance Of President’s Climate Action Speech

September 7, 2014 Next month, President Obama is scheduled to attend a climate summit hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to “galvanize and catalyze climate action. more »»

‘We Just Might Take This Game Into Extra Innings’

August 31, 2014 It has been no secret to most that I have always taken personally the downsizing, closure or relocation of any local business. more »»

The Truth About The Perry Indictment

August 31, 2014 By James Bliss I thought I would let the dust settle before commenting on the indictment handed out to Presidential possible, Texas governor Rick Perr. more »»

Inez Alston Earned Many Titles Throughout Her Life

August 31, 2014 Wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, mentor, missionary, and friend; she was known to some as “Nana,” “Sweet Mamma,” “Madame Butterfly,” “The Butterfly Lady,” and to others as “Mother Inez. more »»

The Value Of Education

August 30, 2014 Education is important. It is how we pass accumulated knowledge and wisdom on to subsequent generations. An educated populace is generally associated with higher economic development and prosperity. more »»

Why Government Fails, And What We Should Do About It

August 24, 2014 As election season approaches, I’ve been pondering a crucial issue about the role of government in our society. It’s that our government often fails - and that we need to address this. more »»

Retirement: A New And Different Form Of Work

August 24, 2014 Both financial and physical well-being in retirement require foresight and planning. more »»

Heroin Prevention, Treatment, Enforcement All Needed

August 24, 2014 The 47 arrests made, 159 indictments delivered and 3,000 bags of heroin seized last month in Jamestown are the culmination of the yearlong “Operation Horseback. more »»

The Moral Superiority Of Free Markets

August 23, 2014 The age-old battle rages on about the failures of markets and the necessity of government regulation. more »»

What Have Free Markets Done For Us?

August 17, 2014 We are taught from an early age that free markets are almighty, almost holy. They are the answer to all of life’s problems. We are told they are virtuous in all respects. more »»

It May Be Time For Drilling Incentives

August 17, 2014 According to a recent New York State Court of Appeals decision, towns can now prohibit natural gas development through zonin. more »»

Shaming Is No Substitute For Corporate Tax Reform

August 17, 2014 The steady rise in U.S. corporations buying foreign companies and then moving their headquarters abroad is not personal, it’s just business. more »»

Food’s Label Mania Leads To Information Overload

August 17, 2014 The chips looked interesting: made from fresh spinach and kale with sea salt. The snack king in our house brought them home and we agreed they were very tast. more »»

Where Is The Tax Reform?

August 10, 2014 Well, get out the balloons, streamers, and kazoos. It’s time to celebrate. We finally have an issue before Congress that has bipartisan support. more »»

Why Incumbents Keep Getting Reelected

August 10, 2014 It’s no news that Congress is unpopular. In fact, at times it seems like the only real novelty on Capitol Hill would be a jump in its approval rating. more »»

 
 

St. Susan's Oktoberfest September 21, 2014

The Southern Tier Brewing Company will be holding their annual benefit for St. Susan's food pantry on Sunday, September 21.

$3 beers, $3 brats, and live music!

All proceeds go to St. Susan's Food Pantry. more »

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