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Category Archives: fracking
Tom Reed on Fracking, then and now.
“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.“ Tom Reed in 2013: Reed sang the praises of natural gas and hydrofracking last February (2013) when he became co-chairman of this (Natural Gas Caucus) caucus when he said: “Our country has been blessed … Continue reading
Should NYS be forced to be more like Texas or Mississippi?
I do not agree with your vote against the budget resolution. It is not up to the Federal Government or the taxpayers in other states to make up for our irresponsible state government and our smothering state taxation. Seen on … Continue reading
Posted in 2018, Congress, fracking, Gun Violence, Health Care, Political, Reed's Views, Taxes Tagged Fracking, private property, SAFE Act, SALT 2 Comments
Result’s of Reed’s “2015 Official U.S. Government Survey”
In November 2015, Rep. Tom Reed sent out the “2015 Official U.S. Government Survey”. The survey stated that “your responses are necessary to help guide federal policy.” The NewNY23rd analyzed the questions in an article and found that some questions 1) … Continue reading
Posted in 2016, Constituents, Data, Education, Environmental, Ethics, fracking, Gun Violence, Immigration, Reed's Views Tagged 2nd Amendment, Jobs, Obamacare, Political Surveys, TPP, Trade Policy 13 Comments
Report on Congressman Reed’s town Hall Newfield, NY, on Feb 20th, 2016
Written by Deb Meeker: Congressman Reed’s town Hall in Newfield, NY started promptly at 8:30, with twenty-five to thirty people present; I (Deb) have added some parenthetical observations of my own, which I hope will help to clarify the things. I … Continue reading
What are the GOP’s concerns?
What are the GOP’s concerns? Here are some things that they seem unconcerned about: Climate change Environmental pollution Economic collapse Government shutdown Default Unemployment Underfunded schools Disabled persons’ plight Poverty Drought Oligarchy ISIS Deteriorating infrastructure Domestic Terrorism Mass murder War … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Education, Environmental, fracking, Immigration, Political, Shutdown, Terrorism, War Tagged fear, Hillary Clinton 5 Comments
Current Political Myths
Does anyone believe that a fox looking up at grapes once remarked that they must be sour? I doubt it; that story is a myth. We have much repeated political myths today that are equally silly. Did anyone really believe … Continue reading
Posted in Constitution, Economics, Education, Environmental, fracking, Immigration, Political, Reed's Views Tagged myths 5 Comments