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Name change not part of PSC vision

August 3, 2015 The Paul Smith’s College name exchange unleashed a maelstrom of responses in me. more »»

 
 
 
A centennial opportunity to tell the Saranac Lake story

August 1, 2015 What will become of Saranac Lake’s wonderful (but sadly underused) Victorian station now that it appears certain the tourist train will be replaced with a recreational trail on the old rail corridor... more »»

Knowledge, truth and political thought

July 31, 2015 A person’s social, economic, spiritual and political thinking and convictions are derived from acquired knowledge, experiences and values, influenced by an adopted “philosophical system” of searchin... more »»

The numbers just don’t add up

July 30, 2015 After reading the recent story in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise about the decision the Department of Environmental Conservation in Albany has made on the rail corridor from Lake Placid to Tupper... more »»

Imagine ... alternative PSC solutions

July 29, 2015 As we watch in utter bewilderment the daily unfolding of Donald Trump’s pursuit of the Republican Party 2016 nomination, we wonder, “What kind of person requires his five-letter name to be boldly... more »»

Paul Smith’s profs disappoint

July 22, 2015 I am a member of Paul Smith’s Class of 2011, and I am writing in on the topic of the college’s impending name change and underhanded process of doing so without informing students and alumni in a... more »»

What Carl didn’t tell us

July 21, 2015 On Saturday, July 11, Carl Knoch had a Guest Commentary in the Enterprise. more »»

Jeb and his vassals lose sight of serfs

July 20, 2015 “In the feudal system,” The Oxford English Dictionary says, a vassal is “one holding lands from a superior on conditions of homage and allegiance. more »»

Defining Hillary Clinton

July 20, 2015 When I listen to Hillary Clinton speak, as she did Monday at The New School in New York, outlining her “economic policy” should she become president, my first reaction was not to her lack of... more »»

From New York Newspapers

July 20, 2015 The Times Herald-Record in Middletown on revising the SAFE Act July 14 Ever since its approval in 2013, the state has been divided over the gun control laws known as the SAFE Act. more »»

A life turned upside down

July 17, 2015 After she graduated from Columbus School for Girls, she went to Georgetown University. Four years later, she graduated with a degree from the prestigious School of Foreign Servic. more »»

Pope should stick to religion?

July 17, 2015 “A new command I give you: love one another.” — John 13:34 So said a troubled rabbi named Jesus 2,000 years ago in his Last Supper with his disciple. more »»

Knocking down knotweed

July 16, 2015 Efforts to eradicate the invasive plant Japanese knotweed from the Adirondacks are making great progress. more »»

What evidence supports a long-distance scenic railroad?

July 15, 2015 New York state has proposed expanded scenic railroad operations on 86 miles of the 119-mile Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor. more »»

Accent tug-of-war in Tupper

July 14, 2015 Marc Moran, host of the podcast WTF, made headlines recently with his interview of President Obama. more »»

Stefanik follows the money

July 13, 2015 Does Rep. Elise Stefanik work for us or her campaign donors? Her nascent voting record answers that question — bottom line, it’s not us. An astonishing 70 percent of Rep. more »»

Full speed ahead with new trail

July 11, 2015 As chairman of the York County Rail Trail Authority in Pennsylvania, which developed a 21-mile recreational trail that registers a quarter-million visits annually, I applaud New York state’s plan to... more »»

Thank you, Gov. Cuomo

July 10, 2015 Open letter to Gov. more »»

Prison break blame goes to the top

July 9, 2015 Now that New York’s great escape is over, Albany’s engaged in an epic bout of passing the buck. more »»

Churches losing Christians

July 8, 2015 A survey of 35,000 individuals by the Pew Research Center found the percentage of Americans “who identify with some branch of the Christian faith” declined from 78. more »»

It takes a community to create a rail trail

July 6, 2015 Flashback to August 2010. more »»

 
 

 

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