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Pennsylvania Youth Needs History Lesson On Confederacy

July 5, 2015 Recently, while waiting in line at a store in Grove City, Pennsylvania, we saw a young man several customers in front of us wearing a sweatshirt with the Confederate battle flag on its back and a... more »»

Freedom Of Association Has Implications

July 4, 2015 Freedom of association is a bedrock principle of a free society. It means that people can form relationships with whomever they want, under any circumstances that they want. more »»

Court Ruling Could Hurt Jeb Bush In Primary

June 28, 2015 You’re sailing along after announcing your candidacy for president — the third in your family. You’ve steadied yourself after a series of wobbly answers on the wisdom of your family’s second Iraq war. more »»

Learning Lessons From Several Top JHS Graduates

June 28, 2015 The impressive accomplishments of Jamestown High School students this year makes Graduation Week a great opportunity for celebration. more »»

Nation’s Poor Largely Ahead Of Lifeline Cellphone Technology

June 28, 2015 Last week the FCC adopted a proposal that, according to the agency, takes “significant steps to modernize its Lifeline program. more »»

Why Justice Scalia Was Correct

June 27, 2015 Justice Antonin Scalia wrote a scathing and colorful dissent from the Supreme Court decision in King v. more »»

Examining The Economic Consequences Of King V. Burwell

June 21, 2015 Just three months ago, the Affordable Care Act (ACA or “Obamacare”) once again took center stage at the Supreme Court in King v. more »»

Why Run For Office?

June 21, 2015 I spend a fair amount of time talking to students and other young people about Congress and politics in general, and I’ve noticed something. more »»

School Consolidation: Students Lead The Way

June 21, 2015 It was heartening to read recently that Student Council members from Clymer, Panama and Sherman central schools had recommended a new mascot and logo for their combined sports teams. more »»

A Step Toward Solving The Debt In Public Employee Retirement Systems

June 21, 2015 We have long known that the one of the biggest problems we face in the United States is the long-term debt we have racked up in public employee retirement systems. more »»

Solving Symptoms With National Strategic Agenda

June 20, 2015 No Labels, a bi-partisan group of politicians and interested parties, has developed and is heavily promoting a National Strategic Agenda as the key to America’s futur. more »»

Looking At The Other Side Of Libertarianism

June 14, 2015 I saw another bumper sticker glorify the idea of Libertarianism and I couldn’t help but wonder if the owner of the vehicle had any clue as to what Libertarianism actually entails. I doubt he did. more »»

EIA: Clean Power Plan Will Increase Prices, Reduce Reliability

June 14, 2015 The EPA’s so-called “Clean Power Plan” to reduce carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants has come under fire from utilities, regional grid operators, the North American Electric Reliability... more »»

Chautauqua County Government Is On The Right Track

June 14, 2015 While traveling around Chautauqua County during my Neighborhood Chats, I am energized by the conversations I am having with our citizens. more »»

Crumbling Infrastructure, Not U.S. Corporate Tax Rate, Threatens Businesses

June 14, 2015 Our country’s once robust infrastructure has played a vital role in the success of our economy. more »»

Discrimination In Everyday Life

June 13, 2015 Discrimination is a loaded word nowadays, a catch-all for pandering to the whining clas. more »»

Lakewood Residents Prefer Status Quo

June 7, 2015 On Sept. 25, 2010, the citizens of the Village of Lakewood overwhelmingly chose — by a vote of 848 to 353 —?to not dissolve their beautiful village. more »»

Sales Tax Hike Should Mean Bigger Property Tax Decrease

June 7, 2015 A regressive tax is one that does not take into consideration that those with higher incomes are more able to pay the tax. more »»

President’s Free Tuition Program Needs To Be Tweaked

June 7, 2015 Earlier this year, President Obama introduced a plan “to make community college as free and universal as high school. more »»

Carrying To Full Term Is Best For A Child’s Health

June 7, 2015 One-third of babies born in 2013 in Upstate New York were delivered before they were full term, and a third of those early term babies were delivered by cesarean section, according to data compiled... more »»



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