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President Trump is continuing to build the southern border wall. He also reached an agreement with Mexico for thousands of their troops to protect the border. The Democrats are determined to tear … more
2020 has been the year that has put our livelihoods, jobs, healthcare, and the survival of our communities on the line. Millions of people have filed for unemployment, and lost their health … more
As a farmer and small business owner, I have reached out to both Claudia Tenney and Anthony Brindisi, with markedly different results.  When Republicans sought to undo the Affordable Care Act, I … more
Prior to the Communist China-caused pandemic, America’s economy was booming like never before. Following the election of President Trump and Claudia Tenney in 2016, the stock market hit all-time … more
In 2016 a preemptive, hateful and prolonged war that rages still today was waged against Congresswoman Claudia Tenney simply because she had won the election.   Even before the phone lines were … more
Republican John Zielinski is a good man and hidden gem fighting for the 119th District Assembly seat. John graduated from Westmoreland High School and Syracuse University and returned to this area to … more
Politics is best defined as who gets what, when and how. That’s especially true in Albany. In the Assembly, Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than two-to-one. The same holds true in the … more
As evidenced by her commercials, it appears that Claudia Tenney is having a hard time running against Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s strong record of success in his first term as NY22’s congressional … more
I write to you in support of Marianne Buttenschon for the 119th Assembly district.  As your representative, she has proven to be very hard working and always puts the best interests of the … more
As she did in 2018, Claudia Tenney is again unleashing a barrage of inaccurate and negative attack ads against Anthony Brindisi, marking a new low. Two of her ads state: “You can’t spell BrindiSi … more
More than 200,000 people in our country have died from COVID-19, and the financial consequences of the pandemic reach far beyond that. The emergency relief package “HEROES 2.0” was released by … more
The recent announcement of selection of an out-of-state vendor to install and operate the school bus automated camera system for Oneida and two other counties drives my desire to speak up — … more
Finally, for the first time in memory Mohawk Valley farmers have one of their own representing them in Albany: Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, one of the few farmers serving in the state … more
For starters, the football game was against COVID-19 restrictions, and with the recent happenings in Holland Patent everyone, juveniles and adults alike, should be ashamed of participating to begin … more
After watching the presidential debate for 10 minutes I had to turn it off. Both candidates showed immaturity by interrupting one another while answering questions. Instead of addressing issues that … more
In 2014, New York State approved innovative regulations that offered all students, both public and private, multiple pathways in achieving a NYS diploma. These pathways include the Arts, Biliteracy … more
Why I, as a registered independent, support President Trump and encourage everyone to do also for the future of our children and grandchildren. The only man who gave up a beautiful life, loves this … more
I felt compelled to write a response to a letter in the Daily Sentinel on Sept. 16. Does the writer not realize that President Obama and Vice President Biden had those offensive cages built that were … more
Despite the restrictions placed on our Old Home Day activities by the Covid-19 virus the efforts of Old Home Day President, Mark Williams, and the organizing committee proved very successful. The … more
Rep. Anthony Brindisi tries very hard to portray himself as a moderate, middle-of-the-road guy who’s willing to “reach across the aisle” to solve problems. But that’s just talk. An … more
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