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An apology to Bernie Sanders

December 28, 2015 Hardly a week goes by without some demand for an apology populating my inbox. I have never apologized for two reasons: The usual one is that I’m not sorr. more »»

Other New York editorials

December 28, 2015 Dec. 22 Most of the time, editorials are a call for some group or individual to do something, or to stop doing something. Often, the group or individual is connected to government. more »»

Fighting wildfires sucks resources from other Forest Service duties

December 26, 2015 Our National Forests are a treasure of the American people because they provide a multitude of benefits: clean air and water, wildlife habitat, forest products, recreation and carbon sequestration,... more »»

No excuse to oppose EPA plan

December 19, 2015 Unfortunately, just as 195 countries and 150 world leaders were agreeing at the Paris summit to aggressively combat global warming, Congress voted to gut the Clean Power Plan, a recently adopted rul... more »»

From New York Newspapers

December 19, 2015 The New York Times on blaming mental illness for gun violence, Dec. more »»

From New York Newspapers

December 18, 2015 The Times Union of Albany on the Connecticut governor’s plan to ban firearms sales to anyone on the federal “no-fly” list, Dec. more »»

Cuomo’s veto of two bills intended to improve government transparency

December 17, 2015 Dec. 16 As a hue and cry rose over Gov. more »»

Go for it, Tupper Lake

December 12, 2015 The stars seem properly aligned for Tupper Lake, the village with one of the most attractive locations — and greatest potential — in the Adirondack Park. more »»

Syrian refugees are dangerous

December 11, 2015 I’m sick of the self-righteous labeling of anyone who disagrees with their opinions as some sort of “phobic. more »»

Ohio River mercury pollution worsens

December 9, 2015 At long last, Americans have found that magic something that unites everyone: frustration with governmen. more »»

ISIS is an enemy worth knowing

December 8, 2015 One of the first rules Chinese general and military strategist Sun Tzu (544 to 496 B.C.) sets forth in “The Art of War” is, “Know thy self, know thy enemy. more »»

Users or visitors on the rail trail?

December 8, 2015 Recent Guest Commentaries by Dick Beamish and Larry Roth, authors on both sides of the rail-trail debate, refer to trail patronage in their respective commentaries without providing details on the... more »»

Alcoa lives on socialism

December 7, 2015 The week before last, Gov. Andrew Cuomo had “really, really great news” for the remaining aluminum workers at Massena when he announced a $68 million state aid package to Alcoa. more »»

Adirondack rail trail wouldn’t live up to promises

December 5, 2015 Dick Beamish paints a wonderful picture of the cycling paradise the Adirondack Park will become if the state goes ahead with plans to rip out the working rail line in the Tri-Lakes region — but he... more »»

60 years of Women’s Civic Chamber

December 4, 2015 (Editor’s note: This is an update by Ms. Martin of an essay written by Ms. Lindsay for publication in the Enterprise in April 1992, in honor of the village of Saranac Lake’s 100th anniversary. more »»

Rail trail will provide missing link

December 3, 2015 The Adirondack Park appears poised to welcome bicycling as a major outdoor activity alongside hiking, paddling and fishin. more »»

Rails are essential part of corridor

December 2, 2015 This is in response to point one of Hope Frenette’s Guest Commentary of Nov. 28, “Many reasons to build the trail.” “The tracks are supporting two businesses. Wow!” Mrs. more »»

Rail-trail plan fits with master plan

December 1, 2015 The joint state task force of state Department of Environmental Conservation and Department of Transportation has recommended the installation of a world-class rail trail connecting the Tri-Lakes... more »»

Is prison-mania really over?

November 30, 2015 At first glance, it looks like America’s incarceration epidemic is winding dow. more »»

For a rail trail, civilly

November 28, 2015 It is unfortunate that a civil discussion about the rail/trail at times deteriorates into personal Facebook insults and attacks expressed by a few individuals. more »»

 
 

 

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