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Charles Krauthammer: America’s foes benefit from policy of powerlessness

Russian bombers flew out of Iranian air bases to attack rebel positions in Syria

David Harsanyi: Reminder: Obamacare is still a remarkable failure

Leaving Obamacare’s health insurance “marketplace”

Susan Estrich: Trump beats Dukakis for honor of worst August for any presidential candidate

A presidential campaign has had a worse August than we did in 1988

Anti-Clinton letter is full of false assertions

*Anti-Clinton letter is full of false assertions
*Teach children evils of a socialist system
*Tedisco will continue to lead in the Senate

Pink: The new orange?

Perpetuating stereotypes no way to get women interested in hunting

No tax breaks for Olympic medalists

Save the tax breaks for those who need them or who have earned them

Joe Conason: Why is Julian Assange pushing Trump’s conspiracies?

Right-wing propaganda themes

Saratoga letter is proof that you can't please all

*Saratoga letter is proof that you can't please all
*Tedisco will bring his leadership to Senate
*Voters should select the president directly
*Oak St. bridge has a broad impact on city

Not a patriotic necessity to fly flag on moving fire truck

Find a better way to demonstrate love of America

E.J. Dionne: Trump goes for broke with aggressive new team

If Donald Trump's campaign was wild and crazy, just wait for the new Trump campaign

Shift in energy policy will harm taxpayers

*Shift in energy policy will harm taxpayers
*Tedisco will speak on the people's behalf
*GOP needs to return to its old principles
*Infrastructure should be based on the need
*Pet adoption process arduous for a reason

Michael Gerson: Trump’s anti-humanity message turning off young voters

People always remember their first presidential vote

Self-entitled drivers a menace to others

*Self-entitled drivers a menace to others
*Woodlawn’s power outage issues persist
*Anonymous letters in Princetown insulting
*Steinmetz Day a nice Schenectady event
*Once a tax break is given, it never stops
*Very satisfied with care at Ellis Hospital
*Not a fan of the half pages Gazette runs

State sends message connecting boating, motor vehicle DWI crashes

State sends message connecting boating, motor vehicle DWI crashes

No longer will drunk boaters with DWI records get away as first offenders; law is long overdue

Shen property would make a terrific park

*Shen property would make a terrific park
*Health depends on solving water issues
*Look forward to each issue of 'Toga 10' list
*Media skews news to favor Clinton, Obama

What's the excuse for this audit?

Another audit critical of state economic development efforts raises questions about what we're getting for our tax dollars

Think before you all dine on dead animals

*Think before you all dine on dead animals
*Aldi’s store would be a welcome addition
*Alligator gar not only scary, but delicious
*Lincoln: Constitution should be left alone
*Happy to see historic buildings renovated

Tax cap is leverage in state mandate fight

Once local governments start raising taxes again, state has no incentive to curb mandate abuse

Tedisco will stand up to defeat status quo

*Tedisco will stand up to defeat status quo
*GOP has long record on supporting rights
*Some racism is good for national security
*Cutting regulations is not always best way
*Grateful for the help with heavy purchase

Is the 'lesser of two evils' an ethical choice for voters?

As a moral philosopher, I'm particularly interested in the question of whether we can be obligated to vote for someone we dislike.

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