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Competition Is Rapidly Changing College

July 21, 2013 Is the traditional college doomed? More and more people think so. more »»

Congress Needs To Remember How To Make Policy

July 21, 2013 I’ve noticed a recurring question as I talk to people about Congress. more »»

Wake Up, Gulliver: The Lilliputians Are Almost Done

July 21, 2013 Jonathan Swift’s classic novel Gulliver’s Travels — and in particular the novel’s first section in which the tiny Lilliputians immobilize Gulliver by binding him with thousands of tiny, threadlike... more »»

Fisher V. University Of Texas: The Court Misses An Opportunity

July 7, 2013 The Supreme Court, in a case heard by eight Justices (Justice Kagan recused herself), has issued its decision involving the admissions policies of the University of Texas. more »»

US Foreign Policy And The Decline Of Sweden

July 7, 2013 As most of us know, Jamestown and environs has a high concentration of people with an ethnic Swedish background - comparable even to famously Swedish Minnesot. more »»

Big Brother, Not Snowden, Greenwald, Is The Story

June 30, 2013 “Instead of being adversaries to government power ... [the media of Washington, D.C., are] ... servants to it and mouthpieces for it. more »»

Dairy Farmers Shoulder Too Much Of Load

June 30, 2013 On Thursday, June 20th, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on the House version of the 2013 Farm Bill, HR-1947. It received a solid trouncing, going down in defeat, 195 to 234. more »»

County, City Leadership Can Return Jamestown To Previous Stature

June 30, 2013 To regain the Jamestown stature of years ago is a tall order, but not impossible. In my opinion, it will take a significant effort, but will be well worth that effort. more »»

Facts To Know About Student Loan Debate

June 23, 2013 As unfortunately happens in Washington, facts are often sacrificed as politics prevails. more »»

Pay The County Executive Median Wage

June 23, 2013 The pay of the county executive has to be some amount. The trick is to reason out how much amount that should be. First, however, must be the reasons for how much the county executive is to be paid. more »»

Motives Aside The NSA Should Not Spy On Us

June 23, 2013 You need not suspect the motives of those responsible for NSA surveillance to detest what they are doing. more »»

Obama Speaks With Forked Tongue

June 16, 2013 It’s bad enough the federal government spies on us. more »»

What Happened To My Hometown Of Jamestown And Why?

June 16, 2013 What in the world happened to my hometown, Jamestown, New York, from the vibrant city I remember growing up to its industrial, population and business decline of today? The City of Jamestown was... more »»

Death Panels? Of Course …

June 9, 2013 Recently the debate about “death panels” has been heating up as Republican Congressional leaders express their opposition to implementing the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) by refusing to... more »»

Establishing a Unified Management Structure for Chautauqua Lake

June 9, 2013 It is a given that Chautauqua Lake is one of the gems of our county and the well-being of our economy hinges on its ability to support human and ecological activity. more »»

The ‘Why’ Behind The IRS Scandal

June 9, 2013 By Dr. Daniel S. Brown Let’s begin with a premise. more »»

Look For Middle Ground On Hydraulic Fracturing

June 2, 2013 Regarding the April 22 Post-Journal editorial, I agree that “middle ground” between society’s needs and environmental concerns is something worth striving for. more »»

Honoring Our Fallen Heroes

May 26, 2013 With Memorial Day just around the corner, it has us thinking about how so many Americans have forgotten the true meaning of the holiday that we, as veterans, hold so close to our hearts. more »»

Common Core Should Be Repealed In New York

May 26, 2013 “STTPP Beacon,” publication of Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots, keeps members informed of critical issues, such as, currently: New York’s Race To The Top, Common Core State Standards and curriculum... more »»

Tell Legislators To Support Gender Non-Discrimination

May 26, 2013 To The Reader’s Forum: The Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA) was passed by the NYS Assembly for the sixth time on Tuesday. Our Assemblyman, Andrew Goodell, voted against this bill. more »»



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