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Grateful for capture, but still more to pay

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
*Grateful for capture, but still more to pay
*Cuomo used escape to promote himself
*Return to Bible for guidance on morality
 

Not enough being done to save geese

Monday, June 29, 2015
*Not enough being done to save geese
*Cold fusion not taken seriously enough
*Krauthammer loose with the facts on Iraq
*Pope needs to stick with religious issues
 

Not putting stock in pope’s climate stance

Sunday, June 28, 2015
*Not putting stock in pope’s climate stance
*Escape investigation waste of taxpayer $$
*Don’t fabricate phony examples of racism
*Dutch can be resource for flooding solutions
*Woerner has conflict on tax credit issue
*Foss nailed it on pay for lawmakers, pot
 

No need for any more laws restricting guns

Saturday, June 27, 2015
*No need for any more laws restricting guns
*Motive in Charleston shooting is very clear
*Mayor missed points on casino package
*Fix issues at State St. and Washington Ave.
 

Crime overlooked as impact of Wal-Mart

Friday, June 26, 2015
*Crime overlooked as impact of Wal-Mart
*Editorial on storage of guns hit the mark
*Draft all Americans to do public service
*NYRA wants to keep attendance a secret
*Education top priority for coach Vorgang
*Military deserves to have higher wages
 

Wal-Mart not the right fit for Ballston

Friday, June 26, 2015
*Wal-Mart not the right fit for Ballston
 

Will Alco site project have ‘green’ features

Thursday, June 25, 2015
*Will Alco site project have ‘green’ features
*Rotterdam mall could benefit from outlets
*Don’t let government take away our guns
*Remote controls will benefit K9 officers
*Reevaluate patient care in Schenectady
*Gentlemen walk on side nearest traffic
 

Find an alternative to all these standardized tests

Thursday, June 25, 2015
*Find an alternative to all these standardized tests
*Nation needs to wake up to impact of economic status on education
 

Citizens responsible for following the law

Wednesday, June 24, 2015
*Citizens responsible for following the law
*GE has no fear from cutting health care
*Quest garden helping kids to learn life skills
*Outcome determined by people’s inspiration
*Architects forgot the snow in Schenectady
 

Post office must fix ‘change-of-address’

Tuesday, June 23, 2015
*Post office must fix ‘change-of-address’
*Republican infighting is just getting started
*Trade agreement aids major corporations
*Schoharie pipelines have no local benefits
*Security not answer to immigration woes
 

Eliminate lax security procedures at prisons

Monday, June 22, 2015
*Eliminate lax security procedures at prisons
*Goodman promotes a dated stereotype
*Can’t wait for Hillary and Bill to rescue us
*Deputy shouldn’t be fired over flip-off case
*Positive declaration needed for Wal-Mart
 

Public and media owe police more respect

Sunday, June 21, 2015
*Public and media owe police more respect
*Vale Cemetery tour a fun lesson in history
*Foolish to be too sure about climate change
*Cuomo grandstands with Dannemora visit
*Casino should reflect charm of the Stockade
*Stockade should be the model for casino
*Take new approach to Schenectady’s parks
 

Apply escape search money to better uses

Saturday, June 20, 2015
*Apply escape search money to better uses
*Stockade flooding in need of a full study
*Grateful to Proctors parking staff for help
*Visit ER only for emergencies
*Casino design needs complete overhaul
 

Severe punishment for escapees’ helper

Friday, June 19, 2015
*Severe punishment for escapees’ helper
*Wait for all the facts in Freddie Gray case
*No taxpayer support for private decisions
 

Schenectady cops are improving reputation

Thursday, June 18, 2015
*Schenectady cops are improving reputation
*Princetown politicians put the people first
*Democrats sell phony issue of early voting
*Conduct toward black jaywalker is shameful
*No excuse for delays between track events
*Tilted Kilt not a good addition to Niskayuna
*Drug war on heroin dealers won’t work
 
 

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