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The catastrophe at our southern border has amounted to a crisis like never before. The Biden Administration has failed our nation in the worst possible way, by risking our national security. In … more
With the ongoing crisis on our southern border, there are few people in the Biden administration that are willing to face the issue. Thankfully, for the sake of our country, there are Republican … more
During National Volunteer Week (April 17-23), the Alzheimer’s Association was proud to spotlight local volunteers making a difference in the fight against Alzheimer’s and all other dementia. Here … more
I read in the Sentinel dated April 21 that the Board of Education members adopted a plan adding $2.5 million to the original spending proposal for 2022-2023 school year. According to the article, it … more
Recently, Rome’s Air Force Research Lab has been in the process of expanding its operation in the field of photonic quantum computing research. This area of research is essential to not only our … more
New York State’s far-left budget has been in the headlines for what seems like forever. At this point, we are looking at the most expensive budget in New York history, which will keep our state on … more
Volunteer — a person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or underetakes a task — the Miriam Webster definition does not capture the full signicance of that word. At Empowered … more
With inflation being the highest in 40 years, we have to start looking at the possible causes. It is widely known that OPEC started drastic cuts to its oil production at the height of the world-wide … more
The issue of rural broadband has been at the forefront of our local community’s struggles for far too long. New York State is much more than just New York City, which is frequently all that … more
May I make a few comments on the Erie Canal Village? I’m referring to the Daily Sentinel article of March 29 after the Common Council meeting. It’s obvious the current owner, Richard Rios, is not … more
I came away from County Executive Tony Picente’s state of the county address with great hope. I was a legislator over 10 years ago. When elected in my twenties, I wanted to change the world … more
Sexual assault and child abuse are not easy subjects to talk about but they occur far too often. Many cases go unreported because of the victims’ belief that somehow they are to blame. Sadly, many … more
SAGUARO LAKE, ARIZ. -- This is the country of the far horizon. Even with all the growth Arizona has experienced -- this was the fastest-growing state in the last decade -- the desert seems to reach … more
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are poised to lose control of the House and Senate this November in no small part because of the crisis President Joe Biden has unleashed on the southern border. Now, Biden is … more
The Clinton area should be saluted for promoting energy-saving steps for local residents. On Wednesday, April 27, at 7 p.m. in the Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., organizations will launch … more
The battle over whether parents, or public schools and elites should decide what goes into the minds and souls of students has entered a second stage. The Washington Times reports LGBTQ activist … more
Shout out to all the Rome City School coaches! The school is lucky to have coaches that give up family time to devote time to the teams. Some coaches offer off season practices to those kids who can … more
Americans who were around during the Vietnam War can remember one key rationale for our involvement. The “domino theory” held that if we failed to stop the communists in Vietnam, they would … more
CHICAGO - Prophecy is optional folly, but predicting a convulsive crisis for the nation’s worst-governed state merely involves understanding its present parlous condition. From 16 stories above the … more
Even a truncated Russian Federation has four times the pre-war population of Ukraine. It enjoys well over 10 times the Ukrainian gross domestic product. Russia covers almost 30 times Ukraine’s … more
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