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Taxes — Who Decides What’s Fair?

July 15, 2012 Although nothing is more certain than death and taxes, a statement popularized by Benjamin Franklin but first stated by Daniel Defoe (interestingly enough in a work titled “The Political History of... more »»

Frisks Help Save Lives

July 15, 2012 When people ask me what it is that I most take pride in from my time as governor, they are often surprised at the answer. more »»

Dealing With The Loss Of A Good Friend And Community Treasure

July 8, 2012 Jamestown’s very own Chris Albin Kaczmarek, M.. more »»

Reform Is Missing Issue

July 8, 2012 As the presidential candidates go at it over the next several months, we’ll be hearing a lot about what the federal government ought to be doing. more »»

The Euro Is A Frankenstein Currency

July 8, 2012 What do Dr. Victor Frankenstein and the architects of the euro currency have in common? Answer: They both created monsters. The euro is not “money” any more than the monster created by Dr. more »»

A Listening Heart

July 1, 2012 Welcome to the opening of the 2012 Chautauqua Seaso. more »»

Community Deserves Praise For Welcome

July 1, 2012 A few times in my life, I have experienced what I would call a ‘‘magical moment’’ — as time when my heart has felt intimately united with others (many who were previously unknown to me) in a common... more »»

County Should Reinstate Funds For Weed Cleanup

June 17, 2012 In the fall of 2010, County Executive Greg Edwards was quoted as saying “Chautauqua Lake is not the responsibility of county government. more »»

Rollover Protection Needed For Tractors

June 17, 2012 “Click It or Ticket.” You’ve probably seen the billboards and electronic signs for safe travel displayed along New York state highways. I’ve smugly smiled because I always belt myself i. more »»

Top ‘Progressives’ Are Socialists, Communists

June 10, 2012 The left-leaning magazine The Nation has published a list of what it deems America’s all-time, most influential progressive. more »»

Remembering The Significance Of D-Day

June 3, 2012 At 0227 hours on the morning of June 6, 1944, Lt. more »»

Chautauqua County’s Real Economic Engine

May 27, 2012 In 2011-12, Chautauqua County experienced one of the mildest winters on record. more »»

Fair Pay Act Needs Passed

May 27, 2012 I am responding to The Post-Journal editorial which ran May 17: “Enforce Existing Fair Pay Laws. more »»

The Flags At The Cemetery

May 27, 2012 Like many Americans, Memorial Day never ceases to move me. more »»

Man Is Most Invasive Species On Watershed

May 20, 2012 With all of the letters lately in The Post-Journal about the quality of the water in Lake Chautauqua, I felt compelled to write, both as a supervisor and a property owner. more »»

Memories Of Jack Dillenburg

May 20, 2012 Most non-insiders would think Lt. Gov. Stan Lundine, Judge Joseph Gerace and Assemblyman Rolly Kidder are the three elite Democratic leaders of the past five decade. more »»

End Government Bank Guarantees

May 20, 2012 It’s widely believed that JPMorgan Chase’s recent $2 billion-plus loss proves we need the comprehensive banking regulation called for by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law. That belief is wrong. more »»

Schumer Embarrasses New Yorkers Again

May 19, 2012 I just don’t get it. more »»

Do All Dogs Go To Heaven?

May 13, 2012 My mother possessed the gift of hospitality. All who knew her marveled at her remarkable ability to charm people with spontaneous generosity and kindness. But her benevolence wasn’t limited to humans. more »»

Teddy Roosevelt For President In 2012?

May 13, 2012 The 2012 presidential election is shaping up to be one of the most significant elections in American history. more »»

 
 

 

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