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Motives Aside The NSA Should Not Spy On Us

June 23, 2013 You need not suspect the motives of those responsible for NSA surveillance to detest what they are doing. more »»

Obama Speaks With Forked Tongue

June 16, 2013 It’s bad enough the federal government spies on us. more »»

What Happened To My Hometown Of Jamestown And Why?

June 16, 2013 What in the world happened to my hometown, Jamestown, New York, from the vibrant city I remember growing up to its industrial, population and business decline of today? The City of Jamestown was... more »»

Death Panels? Of Course …

June 9, 2013 Recently the debate about “death panels” has been heating up as Republican Congressional leaders express their opposition to implementing the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) by refusing to... more »»

Establishing a Unified Management Structure for Chautauqua Lake

June 9, 2013 It is a given that Chautauqua Lake is one of the gems of our county and the well-being of our economy hinges on its ability to support human and ecological activity. more »»

The ‘Why’ Behind The IRS Scandal

June 9, 2013 By Dr. Daniel S. Brown Let’s begin with a premise. more »»

Look For Middle Ground On Hydraulic Fracturing

June 2, 2013 Regarding the April 22 Post-Journal editorial, I agree that “middle ground” between society’s needs and environmental concerns is something worth striving for. more »»

Honoring Our Fallen Heroes

May 26, 2013 With Memorial Day just around the corner, it has us thinking about how so many Americans have forgotten the true meaning of the holiday that we, as veterans, hold so close to our hearts. more »»

Common Core Should Be Repealed In New York

May 26, 2013 “STTPP Beacon,” publication of Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots, keeps members informed of critical issues, such as, currently: New York’s Race To The Top, Common Core State Standards and curriculum... more »»

Tell Legislators To Support Gender Non-Discrimination

May 26, 2013 To The Reader’s Forum: The Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA) was passed by the NYS Assembly for the sixth time on Tuesday. Our Assemblyman, Andrew Goodell, voted against this bill. more »»

Another Group Targeted For IRS Scrutiny

May 19, 2013 In a press conference last week, White House press secretary Jay Carney fielded insistent questions from a variety of news agencies regarding the Internal Revenue Service’s alleged actions toward te... more »»

How Do Children Learn About Farming?

May 19, 2013 “Old McDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O. And on that farm he had some cows, chicks, pigs, ducks,...” That’s how I started learning about farming when I was a child. more »»

Hydraulic Fracturing Is A Dead-End Path

May 12, 2013 In the 1960s the tobacco industry tried to counter evidence that smoking had serious health impacts by spending millions to make ludicrous claims about the benefits and safety of smoking. more »»

Hydraulic Fracturing Is An Economic Necessity

May 12, 2013 The Southern Tier counties of New York state have been languishing in a politically induced limbo over hydraulic fracturings’ future for close to five years. Though Gov. more »»

Balancing The Constitution’s Stance On Guns

May 5, 2013 Our county legislature has had two votes about gun violence, one vote each in its last two sessions. The vote in May was about newspapers printing the names of people who had gun permits. more »»

Farming Community Does Its Part To Protect Lake

May 5, 2013 The article “Prendergast Library Holds Critical Discussion on Lake Health” that appeared in the May 1 edition of The Post-Journal included the statement “Seventy-one percent of the phosphorus that... more »»

New Dairy Farms As Economic Stimulus

April 28, 2013 Over the last couple of years yogurt processors have flocked into Upstate New York, bringing hundreds of millions of dollars of new investment. more »»

Music Quickly Becoming A Forgotten Language

April 28, 2013 “Come in on the off-beat of ‘one,’ then rest for a measure before repeating that phrase again. And watch the syncopation. more »»

Make Your Health Care Wishes Known

April 14, 2013 This Tuesday, April 16, is National Healthcare Decisions Day, when you are encouraged to initiate an ongoing conversation with loved ones and your physicians about your health care preferences, and... more »»

A Tax Day Message

April 14, 2013 April 15 is Tax Day. As we race to get our taxes filed, let’s consider what we actually get for our tax dollars. more »»



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