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Why Americans really feel politically powerless

January 11, 2016 Robert Reich, Berkeley professor and chairman of Common Cause, explains why Americans feel politically powerless this way: Elected officials have grown less accountable and less responsive to the... more »»

Stand on the side of love

January 9, 2016 We’re living in what feels to be the most dangerous of times. more »»

Questions for Gov. Cuomo in the rail vs. trail debate

January 8, 2016 “I love the train!” We’ve all heard it. Most Tri-Lakes residents ride the tourist train rarely, if at all, but many still like the IDEA of a train. more »»

Building bridges

January 7, 2016 “When Brooklyn was the World” is a book I gave to my grandmother years ago for Christmas. more »»

9 new year’s resolutions for Cuomo

January 6, 2016 Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been a leader in supporting the tourist economy of the Adirondacks. With this in mind, here are some new year’s resolutions we hope the governor will adopt for 2016. more »»

Expand the High Peaks Wilderness

January 5, 2016 If all goes as expected, sometime in the next three months New York state will complete an historic improvement to the Adirondack Park. more »»

From New York Newspapers

January 4, 2016 The Utica Observer-Dispatch on allowing mothers to breastfeed in public, Dec. more »»

Louis Marshall, the Adirondacks’ indispensable man

December 31, 2015 It is the fervent wish of fathers to be outshone by their son. more »»

Taking stock

December 31, 2015 Taking stock is a tradition observed by Jews at Yom Kippur and others who examine their lives at the end of a year and vow to improve in the new yea. more »»

Sleepless in Saranac Lake

December 30, 2015 My name is Elizabeth Kochar and I have lived in the Village of Saranac Lake for 25 years. Fifteen of those years I worked at the Adult Center as its Director. more »»

Change at the heart of politicians challenging for influence over others

December 29, 2015 “Flexibility in the application of values” is a frame of mind, a personal orientation that can facilitate reconciliation and peaceful co-existence among fellow human beings; it is a significant... more »»

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 »»



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