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Billions of reasons to fix America

January 26, 2016 I suppose many people would think I’m nuts for what I write here. To my feeble mind, this article is the essence of the basic injustice in America today, and what we must do to fix it. more »»

Executive orders and the court

January 26, 2016 It will be a monumental decision either way: one that has the potential to shape national politics and public policy for decades to come. And don’t be fooled into thinking it’s just about U.S. more »»

Lots will be lost with NRG

January 25, 2016 As I read the OBSERVER headline Jan. 10 that “NRG sits powerless and quiet,” it struck me as disheartening. People will lose their jobs — people who were taxpayers of this state. more »»

In dark city crisis, some bright ideas

January 24, 2016 What if Dunkirk’s NRG plant ceases operations permanently? It’s a possibility that has loomed for years, and the answer to this question has always been quick and simple: catastrophe. more »»

Governor is a chief reason for area’s woes

January 24, 2016 So now NRG is shut down! Thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. At one time state Sen. Catharine Young and Assemblyman Andrew Goodell were called the “dynamic duo” by the governor. more »»

Significant homes, residents

January 24, 2016 “Once Upon a Time” (as the old saying goes), there were three mansions in the village of Silver Creek. They were individually know as the Elwell, Howes and Swift mansions. more »»

Great gifts found in written word

January 24, 2016 Diana is 38 years old. She is the divorced mother of two young children and she is in full renal (kidney) failure. If she does not get a new kidney soon, she will not live to see her children grow up. more »»

History matters

January 23, 2016 Did you get a letter recently from “Hometown Memories” trying to make a book out of people’s memories? I thought that was a good idea for two reasons. more »»

Growing pride in hanging baskets

January 23, 2016 Regarding the donation of more hanging baskets this year to the city of Dunkirk mentioned in Saturday’s “Best, worst” editorial (Jan. more »»

Name that tune

January 22, 2016 Do you remember “On Moonlight Bay?” Or, perhaps, “The Moonlight Serenade?” “Fly Me to the Moon?” “Moonglow?” “By the Light of the Silvery Moon?” And let’s not forget “Shine on, Harvest Moon. more »»

On-time grads are a bright spot

January 22, 2016 Enrollment declines in area school districts have been making headlines for more than a decade in our newspaper. more »»

Full plate on dietary guidelines

January 21, 2016 In this modern era of cynicism, faith in the claims and counter-claims of experts is not a given. more »»

Bringing change to nation’s capital

January 19, 2016 Since my last article I have been reaching out to our young voter base and have found quite a few young adults that have a point of view about the current state of the 23rd Congressional district of... more »»

Our longing for leadership

January 18, 2016 There are many in America who feel unsafe during these uncertain times. Terrorism is real and Americans know it. Little has been done to assuage their fears. more »»

Gun laws can’t stop criminals

January 17, 2016 This is reply to the two liberal politically correct writers who wrote columns in the OBSERVER (Jan. 9). more »»

Missing dog article fails sniff test

January 17, 2016 I’m writing in regard to the front-page story “A Christmas miracle” (Dec. 20). more »»

Great gifts found in written word

January 17, 2016 The snow has been pounding down all day and it looks like a calendar shot. The wind creates little tornadoes of glitter across my yard. more »»

An important election year

January 17, 2016 For the 14 families who lost their loved ones in the San Bernardino, Calif., murders at the hands of two terrorists, there were no holiday celebrations this year. more »»

Taking notice of arrests, scams and students

January 16, 2016 Have you noticed that when they show pictures in the paper of people who are wanted, they are usually males? Sometimes there is one female. Rarely there are two female. more »»



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