Tag Archives: Unemployment

H.R. 2213–will this bill become law?

H.R. 2213–will this bill become law, should it?“ For more than two decades, the Work Opportunity Tax Credit has proven to be highly effective in ensuring individuals on public assistance can make the transition to private sector jobs. In fact, … Continue reading

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Keep America Great!

Finger Lakes Times (Geneva) columnist Peter Mitchell asked  “If we’re not a great country now, when were we great, and what will take to get is back there?” in this week’s column titled “The ‘Make America Great’ Myth”. First Mitchell identified four … Continue reading

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State of the State of Wisconsin

Excerpts from Gov. Scott Walker’s 2015 State of the State address: If you remember nothing else, remember this: more people are working, while fewer are unemployed.  State government is more effective, more efficient, and more accountable, and the state’s financial … Continue reading

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Martha Robertson is the right choice for students and young people.

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

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Reasons (not) To Vote Republican

The following has been circulating around the internet. The author has not been identified.   Thinking about voting republican in November 2014? If you want to attempt to repeal the ACA for the 52ND time, while wasting valuable time and money … Continue reading

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What’s immoral, what’s unconstitutional?

In a column which appeared in the Elmira Star-Gazette on Feb. 12, 2014, Dana Milbank asks “Who gets to decide on morality of public policy?” Milbank quotes Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX): “I believe it is immoral for this country to … Continue reading

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