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Ryan’s Anti-Poverty Program An Excellent Start

June 19, 2016 Before becoming speaker of the House, Paul Ryan set out to show that he cared about poor Americans. more »»

Why Obama Refuses To Acknowledge ‘Islamic’ Terror

June 19, 2016 “A Brutal Reminder that Intolerance exists” in The Post-Journal 6-14 makes a point. more »»

Sewering Important For Entire Lake Perimeter

June 19, 2016 As mentioned last week, improved sewage treatment on the west side of the lake has taken a big step forward with the new tertiary treatment plant construction now underway at Chautauqua Institution. more »»

Village Of Westfield Should Change Election Date

June 19, 2016 On May 16, at the joint request of the Westfield Democratic and Republican Party committees, Westfield Mayor Mike VandeVelde began a public discussion concerning changing the date of future village... more »»

Sometimes The Video Doesn’t Tell The Whole Truth

June 12, 2016 Sometime in the mid-1970s, the village of Westfield installed the Westside Pump Station to help get wastewater to the new waste treatment plant on Portage Street. more »»

Consider Your Options In Late-Stage Cancer

June 12, 2016 I was thrilled to see the article entitled, “When To Give Up: Treatment or Comfort For Late-Stage Cancer?” in The Post-Journal on June 7, 2016. more »»

Examining Obamacare’s Enormous Year Four Premium Increases

June 12, 2016 Sticker shock is coming this fall for millions of people who shop for an Affordable Care Act individual market plan for 2017. Some of the price increases are dramati. more »»

New Sewer Plant Construction Underway At Chautauqua

June 12, 2016 This is the time of year for big news at Chautauqua Institution. A new season is beginning and the 2016 summer program will soon be in full swin. more »»

The Human Basis Of Technology

June 11, 2016 Technology is progressing at an amazing pace. Robots and computerized automation are making processes much more efficient and less costly. more »»

Closing Arguments On Library Vote

June 5, 2016 There’s been a lot of back and forth about the Prendergast Library’s funding initiativ. more »»

City Taxpayer Makes Argument To Vote No

June 5, 2016 On Tuesday, June 7, 2016, the James Prendergast Library is having a public vote on a “new” added property tax in hopes of raising $850,000 to support funding for the library. more »»

Horrigan: Recovery From Addiction Is Possible In Chautauqua County

June 5, 2016 Chautauqua County, like many other communities across our country, is in the throes of an unrelenting battle to save the lives of those struggling with opiate and other addictions. more »»

The Tyranny Of Experts

June 4, 2016 Professor William Easterly authored an insightful book entitled “The Tyranny of Experts. more »»

To Honor And Remember

May 29, 2016 In this country, we celebrate a dozen or so American holidays set aside to honor this country, or to honor certain people who died for this country, or to commemorate service to this country. more »»

He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands

May 29, 2016 Think back to your school days. How many of the programs you participated in do you remember? Programs in school come and go. more »»

The NRP Has No Clothes

May 28, 2016 Like the king in the familiar fable, the Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP) is being paraded around as some magnificent creation by central banks. Like in the children’s story, people are confuse. more »»

Whatever Happened To Conservatism?

May 22, 2016 As Republicans prepare to gather in Cleveland to nominate Donald Trump as their nominee, the question that many may ask is: Whatever happened to conservatism? To the extent that conservatism is... more »»

Do We Connect To Disconnect?

May 22, 2016 Concert season soon begins. If you’ll be attending concerts this summer, be sure to take note of a recent live-event phenomenon. more »»

Fighting Another Unnecessary Rise In Health Care Costs

May 22, 2016 It is often stunning how tone deaf some Washington policy makers can be. more »»

Paying The Price Of Mistakes

May 21, 2016 Planning is necessary. Everyone does it so some extent, and those who plan successfully tend to have the best results. Plans, however, almost never work out exactly as intende. more »»

 
 
 

 

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