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Obama Faces Reality

January 28, 2015 WASHINGTON — Perhaps six years too late, President Obama gave strong indications in his State of the Union address that he’s finally bought into Albert Einstein’s definition of insanity: doing the... more »»

Veterans' School Tax Exemption Encounters Opposition

January 25, 2015 Recently, some school districts have chosen to approve the New York State Veteran’s School Tax exemption which slightly reduces taxes for some veterans. more »»

Irresponsible Farming Pollutes Chautauqua Lake

January 25, 2015 With regard to two different articles in the Sunday, Jan. 4 paper on phosphorus contributing to the week problems on Chautauqua Lake, I would love to comment to our citizens. more »»

Getting The Votes For Sewers Around The Lake

January 25, 2015 At some point, there will probably be a vote by the public on expanding sewers around the lake. more »»

The Mushrooming Welfare State

January 25, 2015 WASHINGTON — America’s national character will have to be changed if progressives are going to implement their agenda. So, changing social norms is the progressive agenda. more »»

Taking On Education

January 25, 2015 Good for the Governor. In his State of the State message he took on the state’s education machine. He tread where previous governors feared to tread. more »»

Unraveling The Myths Of Community College

January 23, 2015 Months before Caitlin Johnson graduated from high school, she opened Ohio State University’s early-decision letter and felt the doors open wide. more »»

Will The West Defend Itself?

January 23, 2015 Leftists and progressives believe that the U.S. should become more like Europe. more »»

Winston Churchill: A Man For All Times

January 22, 2015 LONDON — It is an old debating point: Do the times make the man, or does the man make the times? In the case of Winston Churchill, whose death 50 years ago Saturday the British are remembering with... more »»

Early Presidential Prospects

January 22, 2015 With 2015 just getting under way, the buzz of political activity makes it seem almost as if we are already in the midst of the 2016 presidential campaign. more »»

On Debating The War Vs. ISIS

January 21, 2015 WASHINGTON — President Obama has an opportunity for a quick recovery from his Paris no-show gaffe. more »»

National Epidemic Of Self-Esteem

January 21, 2015 A half-century ago, Russell Baker, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times, disclosed to his readers the existence of the mysterious kingmaker he called “The Great Mentioner,” who... more »»

Mitt’s Third Run Would Be No Charm

January 18, 2015 WASHINGTON — After his third loss, in 1908, as the Democratic presidential nominee, William Jennings Bryan enjoyed telling the story of the drunk who three times tried to enter a private club. more »»

Small Businesses Are Sick

January 18, 2015 Suppose your pet was allergic to vets. Do you think that might be a problem? After every visit to the vet he comes away sicker than when he arrived. That is the pickle we are in. more »»

As Usual, Republicans Challenge Tax Relief

January 18, 2015 With little to no say left in the power struggle on Capitol Hill, Democrats, led by Rep. Chris Van Hollen, proposed a new tax credit for middle class workers. more »»

Cuomo Blames Local Governments For Property Tax Problems

January 18, 2015 As mayor of the Village of Westfield, I feel compelled to address some of the misinformation being put out about our local governments. more »»

Trauma-Informed Care Brings Better Results

January 18, 2015 In Family Court, we often look to improve delivery of services and find better ways to assist families and children. The needs are so vast. more »»

Discussing Costs Of Sewers Around Chautauqua County

January 18, 2015 The recent county study does not “sugar coat” the fact that extending sewers around the lake will be an expensive proposition. more »»

A Triumph Of Terrorism

January 17, 2015 Western media are declaring the million-man march in Paris, where world leaders paraded down Boulevard Voltaire in solidarity with France, a victory over terrorism. Isn’t it pretty to think so. more »»

A Sad Time For Science

January 17, 2015 Human society has made staggering progress over the last few centuries, and science has had a significant hand in it. more »»



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