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A million miles of unfit pipeline

April 23, 2015 Over the past seven years, while controversy raged over the Keystone XL pipeline, many newly approved oil pipelines were built and old ones “repurposed” nationwide — with little public knowledge or... more »»

No justice

April 22, 2015 An open letter to the Honorable Kathleen . more »»

The rest of the story

April 21, 2015 As a Adirondack Scenic Railroad advocate, I have noticed each month and recently a lot of activity by the Adirondack Recreational Trail Advocates in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise about how the... more »»

Don’t seize the raisins

April 20, 2015 WASHINGTON — In oral arguments Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear the government defend its kleptocratic behavior while administering an indefensible law. more »»

A U.S.-Russia war over Ukraine?

April 18, 2015 “Could a U.S. response to Russia’s action in Ukraine provoke a confrontation that leads to a U.S. more »»

Another rail trail success story

April 16, 2015 What we could have here in the Adirondacks and the Tri-Lakes area was brought home to us when we visited South Carolina recently to ride our bikes on the Swamp Rabbit Trail. more »»

Why strengthening FOIA is so important

April 15, 2015 President Obama has routinely promised greater transparency within the federal government. Now Congress is making strides toward achieving this critical goal. more »»

Gator time

April 14, 2015 Because of a record-breaking cold winter in New York state, more New Yorkers spent time this winter in Florida, hoping to warm up. more »»

Why we should opt out of the standardization movement

April 13, 2015 To predict that students will fail standardized tests at a high rate due to more demanding standards, without recognizing the implications that developmental capabilities for logic and logical... more »»

The Union’s ‘Grand Review’

April 10, 2015 n April 17, 1865, two days after Lincoln died, Union General William T. Sherman was negotiating the surrender of Confederate General Joseph E. more »»

Joy, grief, fear and anger

April 9, 2015 The 45 days from April 9, 1865, to May 24 of that year was the most emotionally tumultuous period in American history. On April 9, Confederate General Robert . more »»

Judgment calls

April 8, 2015 Pinned amid a clutter of papers on the bulletin board next to my desk are a couple of quotes that, I hope, serve as guardrails as I careen down the road of writing editorials. more »»

Adirondack railroad for Olympics?

April 8, 2015 At first I thought it was an April Fools Day joke published a day late. But the letter in this paper from Wayne Tucker, “Railroad would be needed for another Lake Placid Olympics,” was dead serio. more »»

Stop invoking Reagan; start heeding him

April 6, 2015 It was not a pretty sight. more »»

Closing the skills gap now

April 4, 2015 At age 23, Sean still lives with his parents in Dublin, Ireland. more »»

Why do they want us to think our world is on fire?

April 3, 2015 America’s first official 2016 presidential contender, Texas Republican Ted Cruz, went viral a few weeks ago with a video in which he told audiences, “The whole world’s on fire. more »»

APA should require conservation design practices for subdivisions

April 2, 2015 A key to successful protection of the Adirondack Park is wise oversight of privately-owned lands within the Blue Line. more »»

In defense of Indiana

April 1, 2015 Indiana is experiencing its two minutes of hat. more »»



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