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“Hey Retard” How does that sound?

There are few professions that match the integrity and compassion of those who work in the mental health field. The patience and understanding

AMERICAN HEROES: THE BLUE LINE – PERSPECTIVE

In 2014, 117 Police officers were killed in the line of duty. The average is 162. Each Year there are 58,930 assaults against

Billy or a Third Mayoral Term

The thought of a third term for this Mayor has the informed seeking ways to let others know what an injustice this would

T-R-U-M-P

Donald Trump is the final product of a purchased government.  I am saying that his very existence as a complete Kingly rich

Huckabee, Davis and Fanaticism

I have always done my best to pen words in keeping with “right” as best as the powers that be

Jean Kessner For 128th Assembly

PRIMARY ELECTION: Thursday, September 10, 2015

There are times that the dynamics of an election are such that your support in the Primary

MARY NELSON FOR COMMON COUNCIL “IN THE TRENCHES”

PRIMARY ELECTION – Thursday, September 10, 2015; GENERAL ELECTION – Tuesday, November 3, 2015

For the following to take place please make sure you vote in

Bullies – A Growing Up Nightmare

The CDC reports 4400 kids kill themselves annually. For every success there are 100 attempts. Bully-related suicide can be connected to any type

The Good are to Blame

The Good are to Blame (Blacks and Campaign Finance)

Dear Senator Gillibrand and Congressman Katko and readers:

I have been writing different columns

A Noble Experiment, A Failing Result

Over half of America is in deep struggle. The land itself is crumbling. Those that are fine and enjoying happiness and bounty are