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Transforming America’s Mobile Life

February 28, 2016 As the leaders of the global telecom business meet in Barcelona this week for the annual Mobile World Congress, the hype around the next generation of mobile networking will be as deafening as a... more »»

Trumped Up Trade Fallacies

February 28, 2016 Politicians of both parties are prone to making economically illiterate promises and claims during campaign seasons. Donald Trump is turning this illiteracy into an art for. more »»

Innovation Can Save Health Care In America

February 28, 2016 As a practicing obstetrician gynecologist, I face barriers and inefficiencies in our healthcare system on a daily basis that interfere with my ability to care for my patients adequately. more »»

Politics On The Margins

February 21, 2016 One of the sad developments this year in national politics is that, at least in early primary elections and caucuses, discussion has been polarized at the margins of political discourse. more »»

Inflation Versus Productivity Gains

February 20, 2016 Money is the most important commodity in any advanced society. more »»

Banks Should Give Consumers The Gift Of Chip And PIN This Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2016 It has been more than four months since the Oct. 1 “liability shift” — a deadline touted as a major step forward toward improving credit card securit. more »»

All Call To Lead: Public Service Is A Noble Cause

February 14, 2016 President George W. Bush often reminds us that to whom much is given much is required. more »»

Warning Fatigue

February 14, 2016 With the World Health Organization’s decision not long ago to classify bacon “alongside known carcinogens including asbestos, tobacco, arsenic and alcohol,” regulators have drawn a line in the... more »»

Stop Animal Experimentation, Instead Treat Humans

February 14, 2016 Last week, in the run-up to the New Hampshire primary, the White House announced it was calling for $1.1 billion in crisis funding to deal with the opioid epidemic. more »»

Stealing From Our Children

February 13, 2016 Massive government debt is justified on many grounds, often from highly credentialed, well-educated, respectable people of good faith and characte. more »»

BPU Needs To Stay Clean Of Politics

February 7, 2016 Many years ago, for a college political science course, I had the pleasure of interviewing the mayor of Jamestown, Fred Dunn. more »»

Town Of Ellery Objects To Expanding Landfill

February 7, 2016 Our county legislators are about to take the Town of Ellery to court because they intend to expand the size of the county landfill, despite the objections of the Ellery Town Board. more »»

New Cells Could Sustain Chautauqua County Landfill

February 7, 2016 How often do we hear that government should run like a business? The implication is that businesses must be efficient, deliver a quality service and be competitive to survive. more »»

New Tool Targets Nation’s Biggest Public Health Crisis

February 7, 2016 Are you familiar with prediabetes? You should be if you live in upstate New York where we tend to spin the dial when we step on the bathroom scale. more »»

An Edifice Producing Beggars

February 6, 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. was an influential personality in American politics. He was a man on a mission to elevate the status of blacks in this country. more »»

Donald Trump Is Responsible For The Decline Of Conservatism

January 31, 2016 Conservatism is in decline and Donald Trump is the beneficiary. Despite important and significant victories at the state and local level, a coherent national message eludes conservatives. more »»

America’s Gold Mine For The Golden Years

January 31, 2016 America’s retirement system is coming up short: too few savers, too little being saved. Maybe so, but the system is paying off in spades for millions of retirees. more »»

Jamestown Deserves Better

January 31, 2016 We write today (Jan. 27, 2016) to express our very serious concern regarding recent dynamics between our Jamestown city government and the Board of Public Utilities. more »»

Why Solar And Wind Power Are Not As Environmentally Friendly As You Think

January 31, 2016 Early last December, our leaders traveled to Paris in the hope of ending the world’s reliance on fossil fuel. more »»

Better Education Is A Better Plan Than College For Inmates

January 24, 2016 Taxes in New York state are already exceptionally high, and are a deterrent to both existing business continuation and to new job creation. more »»



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