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Governor is wrong about education

January 26, 2015 Teachers and teachers unions were not the only ones unhappy with Gov. Cuomo’s education proposals. more »»

What happens if we lose charitable giving tax incentives?

January 22, 2015 We live in a generous country. Americans gave over $335 billion to charity last year, and the nonprofit sector had more than $3 trillion in asset. more »»

Fishing for the truth in Ampersand Bay

January 22, 2015 After reading Rich Preall’s Guest Commentary on Jan. 9 and Mike Damp’s rebuttal commentary on Jan. 15, I feel I need to explain “the rest of the story. more »»

From New York Newspapers

January 22, 2015 The Watertown Daily Times on freshman Congresswoman Elise Stefanik of northern New York. Jan. 16. Republican leaders in the U.. more »»

The year of living dangerously

January 21, 2015 What if Al-Qaeda or ISIS poisoned America’s drinking water, contaminated our rivers and used the railroads to deliver bombs that randomly exploded with deadly force in towns across the nation? The... more »»

Clash of cultures since ’79

January 20, 2015 The terrorist ordeals in Paris have certainly captured the attention of the world, and rightfully so. more »»

Obstructionist timeline: Should such suits be allowed?

January 17, 2015 What follows is an abbreviated history of the litigation concerning the Adirondack Club. more »»

Lessons from the Swamp Rabbit Trail

January 16, 2015 For the past 30 years, a rail-to-trail movement has been sweeping the country. more »»

Marina will have a small impact on fishery in Ampersand Bay

January 15, 2015 I read Rich Preall’s Guest Commentary on Jan. more »»

The pot calling the kettle black

January 14, 2015 I appreciate the opportunity to respond to ARTA directors concerning recent commentary appearing in this colum. more »»

Set differences aside to focus on improving education

January 13, 2015 A few weeks ago, New York State Education Commissioner John King surprised many state residents with the announcement that he will be stepping down from this post. There is no doubt that Dr. more »»

The crisis of free speech

January 13, 2015 The message of the Paris terrorists couldn’t have been clearer. They didn’t target the instruments of state power, the military or the polic. more »»

Congress can delegate authority, but not responsibility

January 12, 2015 Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., is that refreshing, if too rare, Washington type: a workhorse rather than a show horse. more »»

Marina plan would have a major impact on fish

January 9, 2015 To the Harrietstown Planning Board: I object to the recent vote changes by board Chairman Dean Baker and member Peter Wilson to downgrade the SEQRA (State Environmental Quality Review Act) impact o... more »»

How gas drillers lost New York

January 8, 2015 After a long and open public debate, the American oil and gas industry, accustomed to getting its way, is having a hard time accepting the recent decision to ban high-volume hydraulic fracturing... more »»

Obamacare comes to Harvard

January 8, 2015 Obamacare has come to Harvard, and the faculty is in a state of shock and dismay. more »»

The rich and their anti-vaccine quacks

January 7, 2015 California parents are refusing to vaccinate their kindergartners at twice the rate of seven years ago. So the Los Angeles Times reports. more »»

Confronting history on two wheels

January 6, 2015 For good reason, the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor that runs through the Adirondack Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. more »»

Why won’t we discuss education?

January 5, 2015 Over the past year-and-a-half I have had the privilege of publishing in this newspaper Guest Commentaries that dealt with issues about public education, many that contained potentially controversial... more »»

Mario Cuomo’s Adirondack legacy

January 3, 2015 Mario Cuomo, who governed New York from 1983 through 1994 and who died on Jan. 1, made little impression on the Adirondacks, or so it would appear from the surface of thing. more »»

 
 
 

 

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