Monthly Archives: April 2018

Job Growth in NY-23rd?

Each map below can be made lager by clicking on it. In an article posted in the New NY23rd in February, NY-23rd’s Jobs and Unemployment Data, I presented a map of NYS (below, left) that compared the number of jobs … Continue reading

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How might the Korean War finally end

The North Koreans want a definitive declaration of peace, not just a truce, as reassurance that they won’t be attacked and as recognition by the United States, South Korea and the rest of the world that their country is a … Continue reading

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Andrei & Della Pia Open Jamestown Offices

 Running an office for your campaign is an expensive, but valuable, asset to a candidate’s campaign. The location of the campaign offices tells a lot about the political landscape facing the candidate.  There must be a reason for three of … Continue reading

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Bipartisan or nonpartisan

I look forward to continuing bipartisan work with the Problem Solvers Caucus and my friend Rep Josh Gottheimer.–Rep. Tom Reed, facebook 4/26/2018 Bipartisan:  cooperation of two political parties that usually oppose each other’s policies. Nonpartisan: not biased or partisan, especially toward … Continue reading

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Recall

Initiative, referendum, and recall enable voters, by petition, to propose or repeal legislation, or to remove an elected official from office. Eighteen states permit the recall of state officials; NYS does not. The recall of California Governor Gray Davis in 2003 was a recent … Continue reading

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Divided countries

In the aftermath of WWII, several countries were divided: Austria, China, Germany, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. Austria was reunited by international agreement in 1955, probably because the Soviet Union preferred a neutral, united Austria to the possibility that the American, … Continue reading

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Tom Reed at Gerry

  U.S. Rep. Tom Reed said President Donald Trump’s decision to coordinate a U.S. led airstrike against chemical weapon facilities in Syria was a “reasonable action” meant to send a message to dictator Bashar Assad.–Eric Tichy, The Post-Journal “The use of weapons … Continue reading

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