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Secret Service has let the nation down

October 3, 2014 President Barack Obama should be livid about revelations over the Secret Service’s failures in protecting him and his family. All Americans should be angry. more »»

Investigating the White House security breach

October 1, 2014 Omar J. Gonzalez was carrying a knife when he stormed into the White House on the evening of Sept. 19. more »»

Report answers wrong questions

September 29, 2014 A news release sent recently from state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli offers an insight as to why New York state continues spinning its wheels. more »»

U.S. shouldn’t arm, train Syrian rebels

September 26, 2014 Most of President Barack Obama’s proposal for destroying the Islamic State terrorist group seems logical — if you accept the prevailing perspective about the benefits of military action outweighing... more »»

Mountains & Valleys of the Lake Flower Spa & Resort, part 2

September 25, 2014 VALLEY — We oppose giving this hotel project another $2. more »»

Mountains & Valleys of the Lake Flower Spa & Resort, part 1

September 24, 2014 We’ve struggled to take an editorial position on the Lake Flower Spa & Resort, led by Chris LaBarge of Malone and Jacob Wright of Syracuse. more »»

Please fill out local shopping surveys

September 22, 2014 Having data about Lake Placid’s retail shopping situation — the pros, cons and challenges — will be a valuable resource for municipal leaders, economic development planners and, most importantly,... more »»

Let’s match the Scots on voter registration

September 20, 2014 The spirit of democracy has rarely enjoyed such a victory as it did in Scotland this week. more »»

State must deal with its overtime problem

September 19, 2014 New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently released a report that showed, for the first six months of the year, New York state employees were paid $316 million in overtim. more »»

Please, sir, can we have some training?

September 18, 2014 A news release issued recently by the state School Boards Association raises a troubling concern about New York’s implementation of the Common Core State Standard. more »»

Negotiations are a public issue

September 15, 2014 New York state should join with Florida and Tennessee in making public employee union contract negotiations subject to the state’s open meeting laws. more »»

Newsroom changes

September 13, 2014 Mike Lynch was an experienced and talented journalist when we hired him back in 2006, but his knowledge of the Adirondacks was fairly limited. Nevertheless, he felt like this was the place for him. more »»

Like gardens, downtowns must be tended

September 12, 2014 Sheefer’s Jewelers, Mountain Gift and Powder, Twin Crystal Rock Shop — the store at 13 Broadway that these three businesses successively occupied was one of the classiest old commercial properties i... more »»

A new day of infamy

September 11, 2014 (Editor’s note: This editorial was originally published in the Enterprise on Sept. 11, 2001. more »»

Comedians and newspapers keep it real

September 10, 2014 As Prince Charles of England once said of the late, great comedian Joan Rivers, who passed away Thursday, “Without comedians and newspapers, who would keep us honest?” We can all agree that humor... more »»

Duprey for Assembly

September 8, 2014 Janet Duprey has been, as far as we can tell, an attentive and fair representative for northeastern New York during her eight years in the state Assembly. more »»

Teachout is the better Democrat for governor

September 6, 2014 Regular readers of Enterprise editorials over the last four years may remember that we were unsure about Andrew Cuomo when he ran for governor in 201. more »»

A rocky transition for education

September 5, 2014 Recently the state announced the math and English language arts results for students in grades 3 to 8. more »»

The politics of pre-k

September 4, 2014 With classes back in session, it’s worth noting that the state of New York has not been kind to schools in the last five or six years. Forced to make harsh cuts in a recession, the state, under Go. more »»

 
 
 

 

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