Tag Archives: property rights

Will Counties Support Rep. Reed’s “Property Rights Act” ?

Our congressman, Rep. Tom Reed was the Gas/Oil Industry’s go-to-NY-Rep during the 2014 congressional campaign. They donated $198,750 to get him reelected and continue to support their legislative needs. They gave Rep. Reed more money than all of the other … Continue reading

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A Real Property Rights Question–We Need Ideas

The following was written on our “How To Comment” page. The author is only known as ‘Libby’, and left no contact information. I don’t know if she has a Facebook page or not. Let’s give her some serious ideas on … Continue reading

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Safe Act, Fracking Ban, and now Common Core

Remember the SAFE Act? In one context it can be seen as the controversial New York State law that unified many Upstaters to protect their rights to own a firearm. Many angry New Yorkers were convinced that the State Government overstepped … Continue reading

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Owego townhall meeting Feb. 19, 2015

New NY 23rd reader Patricia Bence provided this report on Tom Reed’s Owego meeting. With a wind chill approaching 20 degrees below zero around 50 people attended a meeting with Congressman Tom Reed at the Tioga County Office building on Thursday, … Continue reading

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Fracking ban–extreme liberal agenda or what?

“I am extremely disappointed in today’s announcement from Governor Cuomo which bans hydraulic fracturing. This move effectively blocks the development of natural gas and oil resources in New York State. This is devastating news for the Southern Tier economy and … Continue reading

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History or Propaganda?

In the Tea Party view of the holiday, the first settlers were actually early socialists. They realized the error of their collectivist ways and embraced capitalism, producing a bumper year, upon which they decided that it was only right to celebrate … Continue reading

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