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The Bush who got it right

June 13, 2015 Long before he, as President George W. more »»

Our long path to limited gov’t

June 13, 2015 Americans should light 800 candles for the birthday of the document that began paving the meandering path to limited government. more »»

In Turkey and Mexico, voters strengthen democracy

June 13, 2015 BY MICHAEL BARONE Another election, another surprise. Actually, two elections, in two countries recently, with surprisingly pleasant surprises. more »»

Related to hope

June 12, 2015 The first time I met Marcia Grace, she adopted me as her project. She was 5 at the time. more »»

Lies the government tells you

June 12, 2015 Last week, Republicans and Democrats in Congress joined President Barack Obama in congratulating themselves for taming the National Security Agency's voracious appetite for spying. more »»

The right caves on social issues, then loses

June 12, 2015 By BEN SHAPIRO This week, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showed a significant drop in the number of Americans identifying as conservative, and a significant rise in the number of Americans... more »»

Lower tuition necessary

June 4, 2015 Earlier this year, President Obama introduced a plan "to make community college as free and universal as high school. more »»

It’s the economy, stupid

May 23, 2015 Seldom mentioned by any in authority is the real source of value, dollars and products. There is only one source, and it has been that way since the beginning — Mother Nature. more »»

Obscenity not free speech

April 22, 2015 In the March issue of Decision Magazine was the feature story, “I am not Charlie.” Charlie Hebdo is a satirical publication located in Paris, France. more »»

St. Mary’s dropping proposal

February 5, 2015 Much has been written over the past couple of weeks about the possibility of St. Mary’s acquiring the NBT Bank building in Gloversville. more »»

Criminals are not protesters

December 19, 2014 I am not certain what happened in the Staten Island incident that resulted in the death of Eric Garner at the hands of police officers, or in the Ferguson, Mo. more »»

Voters want change

November 14, 2014 This country just had a midterm election, which is traditionally seen as delivering unimpressive turnouts and phlegmatic voter participatio. more »»

Metastatic cancer in focus

October 19, 2014 I took on the position of executive director at Susan G. Komen Northeastern New York in July. more »»

Some in chains for faith

September 20, 2014 Life has its twists and turns, its bends and forks in the road. Circumstances change. People change. An employee must plan for the unforeseeable ahead of a corporation downsizing. more »»

Know your rights

September 15, 2014 Right: a moral or legal entitlement to have or obtain something or to act in a certain way. more »»

State Ed. gets ‘F’ for test security

June 2, 2014 Just in case you have not heard, there has been some controversy going around in educational circles lately regarding the testing of students in public schools. more »»

No cheers for Board of Regents

May 2, 2014 Huge news came out of the recent New York state Board of Regents meeting. more »»

The Fed has failed to help

March 2, 2014 In order to find a solution, we have to describe the problem accurately. In searching for the causes of inflation, a strange method of fighting inflation was noted. more »»

Think of real gift for Christmas

December 21, 2013 From Eugene Peterson’s contemporary language translation of the Bible come these words: At that point Peter got up the nerve to ask, “Master, how many times do I forgive a brother or sister who hurt... more »»

Exploring ‘Happy Accidents’

December 1, 2013 With a forward by Carol Burnett, the serendipitous events of Jane Lynch’s life are told by the comedian in her 2011 memoir, “Happy Accidents,” published by Hyperion. more »»



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