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National Security Dominates Final GOP Debate Of 2015

December 20, 2015 National security was front and center on Tuesday night as nine presidential hopefuls took to the stage at the Venetian Hotel and Casino for the final Republican showdown of the year. more »»

School Restructuring

December 20, 2015 Since last year, the story with Chautauqua County public schools hasn’t changed—there are still 18 school districts in the county, enrollments continue to decline, and the administrative costs of... more »»

Our Energy Strategy

December 20, 2015 Each year, Americans spend $70 billion on Middle Eastern crude oil. Instead of pumping that money back into our local economies, the money is flowing into the coffers of foreign countries. more »»

Who Says Progressives And Conservatives Can’t Compromise?

December 20, 2015 Americans often think of our country as being one of great opportunity - where anyone can rise from very modest circumstances if they work hard and make good choices. more »»

Ten Reasons Economists Object To The Minimum Wage

December 13, 2015 One of the biggest political issues right now nationwide, and one that will likely be an important issue in next year’s presidential election, is the minimum wage. more »»

Examining Structural Options For Jamestown

December 13, 2015 In February, 2015, the New York State Financial Restructuring Board made recommendations to the city of Jamestown on ways to increase efficiency and reduce spending. more »»

74 Years After Pearl Harbor, Important Lessons For 21st Century Challenges

December 13, 2015 Seventy-four years ago this week (Dec. 7), the Imperial Japanese Navy launched a devastating and surprise attack on the U.S. more »»

Lack Of Competition At The Root Of Rising Drug Costs

December 13, 2015 Experts keep telling us that the economy is improving, but that’s not how it feels for too many American. more »»

Talking Point: War Against ISIS

December 6, 2015 On Nov. 12, in an Interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, President Obama waxed optimistic about the current state of U.S. counterterrorism strategy. more »»

Don’t Intervene In Syria’s War, End It

December 6, 2015 A Paris evening etched in infamy. A Beirut marketplace laid waste. A Russian airliner obliterated. These atrocities share two things in common: They were perpetrated by the Islamic State, or ISIS. more »»

Learning Standards Leave No Room For Teachers

December 6, 2015 Common Core Learning Standards is a phrase that sounds reasonable. more »»

The Case To Restructure Jamestown

December 6, 2015 The handwriting has been on the wall, but it is now pretty clear that something needs to “give” in the way Jamestown does business. more »»

How Bias Makes Lung Cancer Deadlier

November 29, 2015 When my wife began feeling chest pains and shortness of breath, we were stumped. Smita didn’t smoke, was healthy and active. more »»

Is The ACA In Trouble?

November 29, 2015 United HealthCare’s surprise announcement that it is considering whether to stop selling health insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s health exchanges in 2017 and is also pulling marketing and... more »»

Restructuring Government

November 29, 2015 It was big news to hear that on Election Day, the residents of Forestville voted to dissolve their village and consolidate into the town of Hanover. more »»

Protecting America And Western Civilization Through The Cessation Of Mass Immigration

November 29, 2015 There is an unprecedented human tragedy — suffering of Biblical proportions — occurring in Europe as too many of us sit idly by and do nothing, and in fact President Barack Hussein Obama is... more »»

Thanksgiving Is Profitable

November 28, 2015 Thanksgiving is one of the biggest holidays for our family. It has been a tradition for some extended family to come to our house, not just for dinner, but some of them for multiple day. more »»

What Is Polio And Why Should You Care?

November 22, 2015 Polio is a highly infectious disease that strikes children mainly under the age of five. more »»

A Pearl Harbor A La Francaise

November 22, 2015 The response of France, and the West, must be stripped of all sentimentality. What happened in Paris on the night of Friday, Nov. 13, to Saturday, Nov. more »»

Supporting United Way

November 22, 2015 As we enter the holiday season, we have reason to be optimistic as we strive toward our goal of helping to improve the quality of life for all those that call Southern Chautauqua County home. more »»



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