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Immigration: There Is A Middle Ground

December 27, 2015 Leave it to Justice Robert H. Jackson, writing a dissenting opinion in Korematsu v. United States in 1944, to restore some sanity to the debate over immigration of refugees from the Middle East. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

December 26, 2015 “Christmas is a tad tight this year with me changing jobs, and we have now no longer been eligible for medical assistance and food stamp. more »»

Have A Very Merry Christmas

December 25, 2015 It is easy, as 2015 comes to a close, to find division in our nation. We find battle lines being drawn politically, racially and economically. more »»

Paris Climate Pact Must Be Made Public

December 24, 2015 It probably will require weeks of examining and analyzing the Paris climate change agreement for Americans to understand fully what it means to us. more »»

Keep The Big Picture In Mind

December 23, 2015 Athletics mergers are commonplace now. It should come as little surprise that Fredonia Central School is looking to its neighbors to share a football team. more »»

Housing Problem Isn’t Going Away

December 22, 2015 Surely, Jamestown police officers are tired of serving search warrants at 15 Stowe St. more »»

Zero Tolerance Policy Makes Zero Sense

December 21, 2015 Last year, a 10-year-old boy was suspended from school in Columbus for pointing his finger — school officials explained it was a “lookalike firearm” — at another student. more »»

We Need Our Meat And Potatoes

December 20, 2015 Chautauqua County has never done better in the history of the Regional Economic Development Council program than it did last week. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

December 19, 2015 Thumbs up to $80,000 in state grants to study the cost and best way to build a sewer system around Chautauqua Lake. more »»

Reformed Common Core Could Restore Trust

December 18, 2015 The Common Core Learning Standards will have a second chance to win over the people of New York. For the sake of current and future students statewide, Gov. more »»

Veterans Support Program Serves County

December 17, 2015 We often hear people say veterans need more support. The creation of the Pfc. more »»

BPU Board Takes Good First Step

December 16, 2015 Jamestown residents should remember the fact they have a pretty good board running the Board of Public Utilities. more »»

State Should Use Bank Misconduct Money

December 15, 2015 Chautauqua County legislators should approve the creation of a North County Water District. more »»

Plan For Iran’s Missile Buildup Is Reactive

December 14, 2015 At least President Barack Obama has been candid about what he plans to do about Iran’s missile buildup: nothing. more »»

BPU Should Listen To Criticism

December 13, 2015 Several businesses have expressed their displeasure to the state Public Service Commission with a planned 2.5 percent Board of Public Utilities electric rate increase. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

December 12, 2015 Thumbs up to Ed Shults Ford Lincoln Hyundai & Kia of Jamestown and the Sherman Future Farmers of America for a partnership that will yield real-world experience for the students who will restore a... more »»

Common Vision Needed For Downtown

December 11, 2015 If the National Comedy Center draws anywhere near the predicted 114,000 annual visitors, Jamestown and beyond will see significant benefits. more »»

Obama Will Cause Government Shutdown

December 10, 2015 If there is a partial government shutdown after Friday, Americans will have no doubt who caused it: President Barack Obama. more »»

Obama Utters More Empty Assurances

December 9, 2015 Prior to his latest televised address, President Barack Obama had used the Oval Office as a backdrop for televised speeches just twice. more »»

Scale Back Federal Role

December 8, 2015 We are glad to see U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, was among the House members who voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to sharply scale back the federal role in American education. more »»

 
 
 

 

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