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Legislators Need To Keep Their Raises In Check

November 26, 2014 Would a majority of state legislators approve pay raises for themselves while the rest of us struggle to make ends meet thanks to years of costly policies, and even more costly inaction on other... more »»

Burning Money In All The Wrong Places

November 25, 2014 “Green” energy sources such as solar and wind power are the answer to all our needs, ultra-liberals claim. more »»

Obama Lays Out The Welcome Mat

November 24, 2014 President Barack Obama has an interesting way of dealing with about 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States: Simply declare about half of them are not illegal. more »»

Is Crime Investigation Delay Truly Necessary?

November 23, 2014 It has been seven months since 16-month-old Nayla Hodnett died of injuries sustained during an apparent beating. No one has been charged in connection with the child’s deat. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 22, 2014 Two big thumbs up to what is shaping up to be a funny month of Aug. in Chautauqua County. more »»

Time To Re-Evaluate Public Pension Payment

November 21, 2014 Local lawmakers would be wise not to stop the drumbeat for pension reform at the state level. more »»

Voters Are Responsible For Tax Hike

November 20, 2014 Proposition Three is a perfect example of why voters are just as bad as the big-spending politicians they supposedly abhor. Throughout the state there is the perception that we are overtaxed. more »»

Simplifying Veterans Affairs

November 19, 2014 Department of Veterans Affairs officials have come up with a novel concept for better serving the heroes who depend on them — make things simpler. more »»

Some Landlords Refuse To Remove Lead Paint

November 18, 2014 Jamestown and Chautauqua County officials have done good work over the years removing lead paint from the housing supply, but the work isn’t done yet. more »»

China Plays It Dirty With US

November 17, 2014 President Barack Obama shares one thing with most of his predecessors, whether Democrat or Republican: All try their best to put a bright face on U.S. more »»

We Need Reform, Not Tax Hikes

November 16, 2014 The city of Jamestown is entitled to ask for a dividend payment from its Board of Public Utilities. Whether such a payment is prudent is another question entirely. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 15, 2014 Thumbs up to one of the first non-retail signs that the Christmas season is upon us. more »»

Public Workers Receive Raises

November 14, 2014 It is a fact for every single person living in Chautauqua County, regardless of who signs their paychecks, that the cost of living never goes dow. more »»

Congress Will Nullify Obama’s Legislation

November 13, 2014 For months, President Barack Obama and his aides have been suggesting he would take executive action to repair the nation’s broken system of regulating immigration. more »»

Some Promise In 2015 Regents Agenda

November 12, 2014 Believe it or not, there is more to education than the oft-criticized Common Core State Standards. more »»

Thank A Veteran Today

November 11, 2014 Long-tenured Post-Journal newsroom employees will always remember the passion with which Roland Swanson spoke of the U.S. Navy SEABEEs. more »»

US Ebola Effort Is Unimpressive

November 10, 2014 Ebola has claimed just one life in the United States — but more than 5,000 in Africa. more »»

Cuomo’s Victory Is Bittersweet

November 9, 2014 It appears Gov. Andrew Cuomo is reading too much into his easy re-election over Republican Rob Astorino. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 8, 2014 Thumbs up to New York’s recent designation by Wine Enthusiast magazine as Wine Region of the Year. more »»

Filibusters Must Be Permitted

November 7, 2014 For generations, the U.S. Senate safeguarded substantial minorities through its rules on filibusters. more »»



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