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Posted on August 30 at 10:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I don't have a "dog in this race," as I live in Sch'dy County, but did anyone hear Zurlo on Dicker the other day? OMG. He refuses to debate. The last 4-minutes of that interview were cringe-worthy:

From: Gildersleeve’s inexperience and lack of leadership don’t belong in Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office

Posted on August 28 at 8:02 a.m. (Suggest removal)

What is it, that's growing inside a woman? It's not a rabbit, or a chipmunk, or a mouse. It's a human being.

The larger issue is one of Federalism and the fact that nowhere in the Constitution is the issue of abortion addressed. Therefore, as stated in the 10th amendment, the states get to decide. Roe v. Wade was bad law because it is not based on the Constitution.

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Posted on August 24 at 7:17 a.m. (Suggest removal)

It occurs to me, each time I see one of these videos, police do their best in dangerous situations, to "serve and protect." The Schenectady Police Dept has had a black eye for years, oftentimes self-inflicted. But every time I see one of these videos, I am reminded that they have to deal with the city's worst elements on a daily basis. IMHO, job well done.

From: Police release recording of deadly Schenectady standoff

Posted on August 23 at 9:48 a.m. (Suggest removal)

French economist Frederic Bastiat talked about the "seen and the unseen." This applies to the $15 million dollars being spent on the Erie Blvd renovation/restructuring project. It's the brainchild of masterminds, lead by Ray Gillen, to revitalize downtown Schenectady. It will look pretty and nice. It will also drain millions from the private sector. We will be able to see the pretty, empty sidewalks. What we won't be able to see is the private sector output that would have resulted from that money being spent by businesses, making real-world decisions in a free market. But we'll see the ribbon cutting ceremony, with all the politicians taking credit for "helping" Schenectady. What a farce.

From: ‘Free’ lunch to be offered in Sch’dy schools far from free

Posted on August 21 at 7:25 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Paul Tonko does not represent anything I believe in. He believes in big government solutions. He holds disdain for the entrepreneur. He is against the Keystone Pipeline. He voted for Obamacare, even though he didn't read the 2700 page bill (no one did). He voted for Cap and Trade which would raise homeowner energy costs by an average of $75/month (source: Heritage). Paul Tonko is a nice "yes man" for those who are destroying this nation.

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Posted on August 21 at 7:18 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr. McMillen. Prepare for the onslaught of "statists" that are appalled at your concepts of individual liberty and decision making. To them, the government is ALWAYS the solution. Tick tock.

From: Pool safety should be responsibility of parents, not gov’t

Posted on August 15 at 6:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Well done Fritz. Milton Friedman once said, "The government solution to a problem is as bad as the problem." One of the reactions to 9/11 was to nationalize the security workforce at the nation's airports via the TSA. Since then, we've been subjected to the most intrusive and personalized searches, on a grand scale, ever. Meanwhile, say a few specifics phrases at the southern border and you're put into a hotel room at the U.S. taxpayers' expense and an appearance ticket . Oh, by the way. There's no way for them to make sure you show up to your immigration hearing. Government isn't the solution. Government is the problem. (Ronald Reagan)

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Posted on August 2 at 9:20 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I love the headline. " movies." NOTHING IS FREE! Someone is paying for "free."

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Posted on August 2 at 8:07 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Have the pages of this newspaper ever been critical of Tonko or Gillibrand? $250 million dollars? Seriously. During Sequestor Summer? We have more important things to spend money on! Like taking Obama's 75-person entourage to Martha's Vineyard. And giving $500 million dollars to Hamas. We are witnessing a run on the U.S. treasury that our kids will find impossible to reconcile. Shame on U.S.

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Posted on July 29 at 7:47 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Three of my four grandparents were immigrants from Ireland. I'm 100% Irish. Should I be "offended" by the fighting Irish leprechaun caricature used by Notre Dame? We're oh, so sensitive nowadays.

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