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Posted on January 14 at 12:08 p.m. (Suggest removal)

This is just the tip of the iceberg, there is so much fraud with food stamps that something has to change. What ever happened to the staples, cheese, beans, bread, fruit? Lets bring this back, and get rid of the debit cards!

From: Schenectady men indicted in alleged food stamp trading scheme

Posted on January 2 at 11:37 a.m. (Suggest removal)

@ wmarincic, just look at Washington, stupid is what stupid does. LOCK AND LOAD!!

From: Judge upholds most of state gun law

Posted on November 28 at 11:28 a.m. (Suggest removal)

A man who wants to take our 2nd amendment away from Americans and he is up 56%, New York is so full of low information voters and people with their hand out. "Just give me stuff" and you will get my vote,no matter what it is! how sad New York how sad!

From: Polls show Gov. Cuomo with big edge to keep seat

Posted on November 26 at 8:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Well well well, now it begins,I guess the Senator from New York, will be trying to make up for the Obamacare that she was all in favor of, by showing up at events and lending a hand. Well Senator we wont forget what you and your party have done, and who told us that "If you like your insurance you can keep your insurance, and if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor Period!"

From: Gillibrand volunteers in western NY for holidays

Posted on November 22 at 10:36 a.m. (Suggest removal)

"inadvertently" Are you kidding me! This is junior high, not high school, when I went to Pleasant in 1960, we had none of this. Yes, we had tough kids, but they respected as to where they were. When I went to Irving for junior high, Irving was a tough school, and everyone knew their place, and had respect for the teachers,You never questioned a phys Ed teacher like Mr Lester Welsh, or a great teacher like Al Champa, we let it all go outside the school, never inside. Look where society has come. Look at these mass murders around our Country, children today don't have a value of human life. It starts at home, its what their taught at home!!

From: Thrown chair hits counselor, leads to Mont Pleasant lockout

Posted on November 16 at 3:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)

This is so sad, does this have something to do with no child left behind? As long as the government is involved in our education on the national level there will be problems just like this. 16 years old and still in the 8th grade, HELLO HELLO out there!

From: Problem Mont Pleasant students sent to new schools

Posted on November 7 at 3:21 p.m. (Suggest removal)

It all starts at home!Parents need a sit down with their children, and if the parent needs to get physical with their children,then so be it. Some need a good kick in the ass. Don't leave it up to the teachers, discipline your kids. Let them learn right and wrong like we all did years ago at home.

From: Young Schenectady girl tells of grabbing at school

Posted on August 12 at 4:16 p.m. (Suggest removal)

@ grant18 The Truth? Oh my keep drinking that foolaid. The only truth that comes out of this persons mouth, is where he is taking his next vacation, on your tax dollar!! Its just one lie after another!

From: Obama heading to New York

Posted on August 8 at 4:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Don't blame it on the kids, This is Common Core, a government program, should I say anything else? The same government who runs Social Security, and the US Postal service This government wants these children to learn what they want them to learn, they will all be workers just like a colony of ants! Just go to U tube and look up common core and watch it, and then go to a PTA meeting and raise hell! Let our state teach the children like it used to do! It seems teachers don't want to talk too much about common core, I wonder why. I heard they were told to keep their mouths shut. Wake up America!

From: Test scores take a dive

Posted on July 30 at 3:54 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Well Josh better be at the top of his game when he gets to Calgary because he is going up to meet, I think the toughest NHL coach in Hockey, Bob Hartley, and if you don't know Bob Hartley you'd better do your homework Josh. Uncle Bob will be very tough on the new college players coming to his team, but Josh has to hang in there, and he will do just fine. Josh might be sent down to the A for sometime but he will be back if he does well there, I know because my son went to Quebec after College, and wound up in Hershey with none other then Uncle Bob, and they won the Calder Cup with Uncle Bob.

From: Union hockey center Jooris forgoing senior year to sign with Calgary Flames (updated)

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