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Posted on September 22 at 8:09 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Having spent a good part of my life on the water, I believe training, especially safety training, certainly could benefit recreational boaters and passengers. However, all the training in the world won't make up for lack of common sense, which is the primary cause of most of these accidents and tragedies.

Frank Lowe

From: Park Commission looks to standardize boat training

Posted on September 22 at 12:20 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr Seiken,
Hillary Clinton would sell the airplane to a foreign government, in exchange for favors, she'd pocket the money, claim a tax deduction, and when questions about the transaction arise, she'll claim everyone is racist, homophobic, and sexist.

From: Statistics don’t lie: Voter fraud is a myth

Posted on September 11 at 9:24 p.m. (Suggest removal)

The march is otherwise known as the taxpayer stomping event. Their motto is " Leave no pocket unpicked"

From: Education activists plan walk to raise funding awareness

Posted on August 27 at 7:15 p.m. (Suggest removal)

When is this nonsense going to stop? You have to go back 50 years and implicate Trump's now deceased father with nothing but allegations and hearsay. How about a little coverage of the "other" candidate and her husband, you know, the rapist. Or perhaps a little muckraking into how the two poor souls who were "dead broke" when they left the White House ended up worth hundreds of millions. The media including DG has sunk to a new low in this campaign.

From: Trump’s start in real estate included accusations of bias

Posted on August 23 at 4:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Right Chuck.... Prominent white supremacists such as Dr Ben Carson, Lt Colonel Allen West, Sheriff David Clarke etc

From: Careless language encourages violence

Posted on August 16 at 7:36 p.m. (Suggest removal)

What kind of a question is this? I'm extremely disappointed that the DG is in lock step with rest of the biased media. There's not enough room in a years worth of print to list the reasons why Clinton should drop out.

From: Should Donald Trump withdraw from the presidential race?

Posted on August 15 at 11:37 a.m. (Suggest removal)

My thoughts exactly wmarincic

From: Secret ledger in Ukraine lists cash for Donald Trump’s campaign chief

Posted on August 7 at 8:08 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I have a better idea. Let's just stop giving money to the fed, state, and county machines, and keep all taxes local. The fed needs to fund national defense, that's fine, but the rest of what they do is a colossal waste. The state needs even less, other than upkeep of statewide roads, what can they possibly do that local government can't?
Our money is extorted from us, filtered through the behemoth of bureaucracy, then pennies on the dollar are given back as "tokens" of appreciation from the overlords.
I can walk into my town supervisor's office and express my pleasure or displeasure at how my tax dollars are spent, and he'll listen (he better). Good luck expressing your opinion to a state rep. U.S. congressmen and senators are completely out of reach unless you have piles of dollars for them.
This will never happen, since fools continue to vote, in the way fools too often do.

From: Infrastructure funding: It’s wants vs. needs

Posted on August 2 at 8:03 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Why don't they spend another $18,000,000 and build a bridge around it?

From: State intervening in Amsterdam sewer break

Posted on August 2 at 8:02 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Trump isn't perfect, but he disrupted (and hopefully destroys) the entrenched, corrupt, elitist, and power hungry Republican establishment. Even if that's all he brings to the table, it's enough for me. Too bad the entrenched Dems are far too powerful and much too corrupt to let that happen to their kingdom, can you say Debbie Wasserman Schultz?
Why do you think all of the nomenklatura on both sides are trying to stop him?
There are loudmouthed goons in both parties, but they march in lockstep, so they're tolerated.
The two party system is the problem, and thanks to Trump, we might be halfway to sending it to the scrap heap of history.

From: Obama: Republicans should withdraw support for Trump

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