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Monthly Archives: December 2014
This commentary was written by Michael J. Fitzgerald, who has been a magazine and newspaper journalist for nearly 40 years. He lives around Seneca Lake and writes a weekly column which is published in the Finger Lakes Times on Fridays. Fitzgerald is … Continue reading
The tax code is broken. It is a burden to taxpayers who must comply with over 70,000 pages of provisions and regulations. Each year, families and small businesses find themselves collectively spending more than six billion hours and $160 billion … Continue reading
Congressman Tom Reed’s year-end press release notes the six bills he introduced which became law in 2014. “Our 2014 legislative accomplishments reflect the positive ways we care for our district,” Reed observed. “In a time of hyper-partisanship, it’s only fair that … Continue reading
Before he created the Twilight Zone, Rod Serling was a major contributor to early television dramas. He wrote television scripts that were broadcasted on drama/anthology television series such as Playhouse 90 and Kraft Television Theater. His popular dramas explored social and … Continue reading
When I was elected to the United States Senate in 2010, I set a steadfast objective for myself while in office: to help bring the American Dream back into reach of those who feel it is slipping away. That’s the … Continue reading
This article was written by Nick Reisman and originally posted on the State of Politics blog, on the Time Warner Cable News Website. GOP Rep. Tom Reed on Friday raised the possibility of the federal government exploring ways of superseding … Continue reading