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The House Ways and Means Committee, which includes Rep. Tom Reed, voted to approve the American Health Care Act, before the costs of the proposed ACA replacement has been determined. Reed, who has constantly complained about the national debt, the deficit, … Continue reading
Donald Trump’s “Town Hall” with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews this week opened up a discussion on what it means to be Pro-Life. Anti-Abortionists have framed their philosophy into a simple idiom that sounds pretty positive. Pro-Life. It is easy for people … Continue reading
In June at his Big Flats Town Hall Meeting Rep. Tom Reed promised the crowd that he would “stand with the funding for Planned Parenthood.” (Ithaca Voice–which has a link to the audio recording of his complete quote.) Fast-forward to September 18, … Continue reading
To get the word male . . . out of the Constitution cost the women of the country fifty-two years of pauseless campaign.–Carrie Chapman Catt Writing in the May 25th issue of The New Yorker, historian Jill Lepore discusses the history of the … Continue reading
There is a man-made lack of water in California — and Washington manages the water for the farmers.–Carly Fiorina Carly Fiorina, a Republican expected to run for President in 2016, doesn’t blame the California drought on global climate change but … Continue reading
The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant: Know Your Values and Frame the Debate If progressives are to win in the future, we must present a clear moral vision to the country— a moral vision common to all progressives. It … Continue reading
Martha Robertson challenged Rep Tom Reed for his seat to represent the people of the NY23rd in Congress in the only televised debate on Thursday, October 23. Throughout the debate Rep. Reed shied away from his voting record. One issue, almost … Continue reading
The following article was written by guest columnist Paolo Cremidis, from Elmira, NY. Paolo is a friend of the New NY 23rd and is in his last semester at Brooklyn College. He is working on a double major –Political Science and Journalism. … Continue reading