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George Will: GOP’s blocking of Supreme Court pick is indefensible

Republican Party’s incoherent response to the Supreme Court vacancy

Maureen Dowd: Will Trump be dumped?

Trump doesn’t like invidious comparisons, but he’s cool with being called an authoritarian.

Truth in spending law needed to bring state spending out of the shadows

When it comes to legislative earmarks, taxpayers, media and all elected officials have a right to be able to follow the money and know who controls and has access to these taxpayer dollars.

Small businesses the lifeblood of communities, local economies

Small businesses the lifeblood of communities, local economies

A recent uplifting story in The Gazette reminded me of how vital small businesses are to Schenectady.

New recommendations for parking would help downtown Schenectady

Limits on residential parking in core downtown area will help business, residents

David Harsanyi: GOP should attempt to steal nomination from Trump

Violence: Taking the nomination away from Trump

Susan Estrich: As Trump nomination nears, time to ask if he’s suitable

As the news sinks in, the editorials are starting to come

Charles Krauthammer: Jewish people should not define selves by victimhood

Bernie Sanders is the most successful Jewish candidate for the presidency ever

George Will: Is Donald Trump’s candidacy finally nearing its peak?

Frequently predicted but never reached, “peak oil”

The Constitution is part of the problem with Washington

The Constitution is part of the problem with Washington

There seems little reason beyond sentimentality and false veneration not to reform a system, parts of which have demonstrably outlived their relevance.

Our definition of terrorism needs to be expanded

Terrorism is the use of violence or threat to achieve a political, religious or ideological aim.

John Stossel: Government is the enemy of technological innovation

Government pretends it's the cause of progress.

Froma Harrop: Polls prove unreliable indicators of vote

Hillary Clinton expanded her commanding lead over Bernie Sanders by 18 delegates

E.J. Dionne: Republicans reach new lows in vulgarity

Our elites presided over an unprecedented coarsening of our culture

George Will: Tuesday’s Michigan primary crucial to Cruz’s survival

Michigan’s primary on Tuesday

Proposed zoning changes would impair downtown parking

The Schenectady Planning Commission might want to eliminate residential parking requirements for future developments in the city’s downtown district. Hmm, may this have anything to do with the recently announced construction of luxury apartments on lower State Street?

Froma Harrop: GOP’s ‘takers’ take down establishment

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley: No work — while not forgoing their paychecks

Richard Cohen: Rubio lowers himself to Trump’s level

I read a poem called “If” by the painfully dated Rudyard Kipling

E.J. Dionne: Super Tuesday line-up spotlights South’s important role

Super Tuesday primaries underscore how super Southern our presidential nominating process has become.

Charles Krauthammer: While Obama fiddles, the rest of the world is in flames

State of the world, Year Eight of Barack Obama

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