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What It Would Sound Like If Trump ‘Told It Like It Is’

September 25, 2016 Whether it was at church, a family gathering, or in the break room at work, I am sure you have heard a Trump supporter repeating, verbatim, one of his campaign’s most consistent talking points; “He... more »»

U.S. Government Needs A Crash Diet To Balance Its Budget

September 25, 2016 When the next president settles into the Oval Office, the federal debt will be just shy of $20 trillion. more »»

Miser Madison Gets No Respect

September 24, 2016 “The Music Man” was a hit Broadway musical, first opening in 1957, but it has been a favorite for generations since. more »»

This Year’s Most Consequential Senate

September 21, 2016 GLENOLDEN, Pa. more »»

Donald Trump’s ‘Alleged Christian Faith’

September 21, 2016 In recent presidential years, Catholics and white evangelical Christians joined in favoring the Republican candidate. A key reason was a shared opposition to abortion. more »»

Why I Support Sheldon House Sale

September 18, 2016 Paul Leone provided his view of the Sheldon House controversy in The Post-Journal opinion page on Aug. 28, 2016. more »»

How Sewering The Lake Affects Septic System Investment

September 18, 2016 Homeowners around the lake who have no sewer service but operate a septic system are in a quandary. more »»

Empire Specialty Cheese Collapse Should Be No Surprise

September 18, 2016 The current bankruptcy of Empire Specialty Cheese LLC should be no surprise - its financial collapse was the predictable outcome of serial ineptitude and mismanagement. more »»

Consumerism, Capitalism And Laissez-Faire

September 17, 2016 People who support capitalism as a social system usually mean markets, economic freedom, and property rights. more »»

Politics In The Age Of Social Media

September 11, 2016 Social media is a wonderful tool for a great number of thing. more »»

Ways To Finance Sewer Extension Around Chautauqua Lake

September 11, 2016 At the recent (Aug. 20) Chautauqua Lake Rally, a lot of time was spent describing the steps being taken to obtain financing to complete sewers around the lake. more »»

It’s Time For Solutions To Neighborhood Problems

September 11, 2016 It was quite a sight coming home from dinner in Bemus Point on Sunday night August 14 to see Lakeview Avenue lit up like Christmas. Only there was nothing Christmas about it. more »»

Never Trump Movement Is Nothing New

September 11, 2016 The Never Trumps are nothing new in presidential campaigns. There have been Never (fill in the blanks) regarding every major-party presidential candidate. more »»

BPU’s Financial Picture Isn’t As Pretty As It Seems

September 4, 2016 The city administration and City Council, as in prior years, have been rather quiet about the condition of the city finances. more »»

City’s DRI Success A True Public-Private Partnership

September 4, 2016 As we bask in the glory of Jamestown being selected by the State as the recipient of the Western New York Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) funding, which will result in a $10 Million economi... more »»

Community Must Pay Attention To EMS Talks

September 4, 2016 During this period of need to hold level or reduce governmental expenditures the Chautauqua County Legislature is being faced with adding a significant cost program. more »»

Progressive Utopia Versus Ugly Reality

September 3, 2016 A lot of bad things happen when people are free to do what they want, when they want, where they want. There is crime, there is abuse, there is corruption. more »»

Neighbor Explains Sheldon House Fight

August 28, 2016 The recent decision by the state Supreme Court to dismiss a challenge to the Jamestown Zoning Board of Appeals’ (ZBA) issuance of a use variance to the Sheldon House property disappointed those who... more »»

Lake Conditions Can Change Quickly

August 28, 2016 If you missed the “Chautauqua Lake Rally” on Aug. 20 at the Casino in Bemus Point, you missed a very informative meetin. more »»

Why Is Eldercare So Expensive?

August 27, 2016 The costs of caring for the elderly are rapidly increasing, and it is not simply because baby-boomers are aging. The average cost of individual care is much higher than it has ever been. more »»



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