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Posted on January 20 at 6:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Hmmm...a female clerk at Country Wine and Spirits on Mariaville Rd was robbed by a white male at gunpoint Friday night, dressed in black.


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Posted on January 17 at 7:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Am I the only one who finds it completely inappropriate to use these young children to advance a political agenda? Were the kids allowed to opt out? If not, these kids are being forced to support their own economic suicide. What is going on in this country? The U.S. is committed to spending over $100 trillion dollars in unfunded liabilities (medicare, medicaid, social security, debt, etc.). There isn't enough money on the planet to satisfy this unbelievable mountain of debt. These kids are doomed. My kids are doomed. My father was from the "Greatest Generation." Mine should be renamed the "Worst Generation." Our actions are nothing more than Economic Child Abuse.


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Posted on January 14 at 5:59 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Trail cameras (used to take video of deer, turkey, etc.) cost about $50-100. They work in the dark too. It might help identify the culprits.


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Posted on January 2 at 6:06 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Why not raise the minimum wage to $100? Now THAT'S a living wage. Right? And how about a maximum wage? If we're going to manage the free market, let's go "all in." There are over 92-million people out of work in this country, and the Gazette's answer is to raise the cost of employment to businesses. There are numerous studies confirming the negative consequences of raising the minimum wage. (see https://www.aei.org/publication/study-mi...) The poor and entry-level employees are the ones who get hurt the most. This is where the real "job training" programs exist. People learn how a business operates, prove themselves, and advance up the job ladder. This editorial reflects the leftist ideology of this paper. Are there any conservatives working there?


From: Editorial: Time for a real living wage


Posted on December 18 at 6:05 a.m. (Suggest removal)

The exodus from this "Utopian" state will continue with vigor. Hydraulic fracturing has a sterling record in this country. It's an example of the ingenuity of America's free market system which rewards dynamic ideas...at least it used to. To those who warn us about Armageddon from tapping our energy reserves, I say that no energy production is 100% environmentally pure. And purity is the standard they hold the "evil oil companies" to. It seems that any advancement of the human condition in this country is attacked by environmentalists, which is the new home to the Communist Party and its totalitarian mindset.


From: New York State: We won’t frack here


Posted on July 13 at 8:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Does anyone else find it strange that the 3-conservatives on the legislature find their "ideological home" with the liberal Democrats, and not with the two Republicans, Jim Buhrmaster and Brian McGarry?


From: Editorial: Don't fall for phony 'caucuses'


Posted on July 9 at 7 a.m. (Suggest removal)

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech..."

Citing the 9th U.S.Circuit Court of Appeals, the most overturned Appeals Court in America, is a weak argument.

A religious message, imbedded in a student's graduation speech, hardly means that the school is establishing a religion. Prohibiting free speech, on the other hand, is expressly forbidden.

Message to Ms. Izzo and future grad speakers: tell the "state" what they want to hear and then give your original speech.


From: Editorial: School was right to edit grad speech


Posted on September 9 at 6:28 a.m. (Suggest removal)

What happened to "speak truth to power?" Obama is leading from behind, again. As Gingrich aptly put it yesterday day on Meet the Press: "We're going to sorta punch you, but we're not going to punch you too hard and we really would like you to leave but we don't want you to leave enough to get rid of you. We hope there's a political solution although we haven't got a clue what it is."


From: ‘Chained CPI’ just another excuse for gov’t to cut benefits


Posted on September 8 at 8:07 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Let's see. The Independence Party is controlled by the unionized firefighters. The Conservative Party is controlled by the unionized police department. And the Working Family Party is controlled by the unionized Service Employees International Union (SEIU). And most of the endorsed candidates of these parties are DEMS. The Sch'dy Co Legislature has ONE (1) Republican out of 15 legislators. We have a lower turnover of politicians than the Politburo. This is not what our Founding Fathers envisioned. Even FDR warned of the hazards of a unionized government workforce. And in 1958, JFK bowed to political pressure from LaGuardia to permit collective bargaining for the NYC city workers. Since then, the public worker unions have crushed Republicans. And it continues apace in Schenectady County.


From: Schenectady County GOP says Democrats bought endorsements


Posted on September 7 at 9:23 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I love the sarcasm aimed at Sen. Hugh Farley. Do you ever get upset with Tonko's mug in mailers? How about the umpteenth photo of Tonko (like today) in the Gazette? Does that bother you? I suspect that your criticism of Farley has more to do with the "R" label than his photo.


From: Progressives trump up ‘climate change’ so they can control us


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