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It is with great sadness that we note the death of Reason. Coming into its own after the Dark Ages, it flourished throughout the centuries, reflected in liberty of thought, a free press, independent judiciary, and ethical conduct. For many years it was a stalwart champion of intellectual fre…

The five deaths thus far and the violence that happened on Jan. 6, 2021, in the attack on our Capitol lay at the feet of Chris Jacobs and his other Republican colleagues who have continued to pander to the person sitting in the White House, and who have refused to call out his obvious lies a…

Mr. Jacobs. I live in your 27th congressional district and you are not representing my wishes. Your vote to sustain the objection to Pennsylvania’s electoral votes and nullify that state’s choice for President of the United States horrified me.

For many, the COVID-19 vaccination is the light at the end of the tunnel. Unfortunately, the vaccination process is moving slower than originally anticipated. I understand that this is no easy feat and there are many obstacles, from storage of the vaccine to the number of doses we are allocated.

Once upon a time, before the Net was draped over all mankind, there were things called “Books.” This class, known as Books, often contained many, MANY words. Although the Order, “Childrens’ Books” contained pictures, many Orders contained ONLY words!

I am voicing a concern regarding the distribution of the covid vaccine. I have been homebound for over a year. I have a leg and heart condition that makes getting in and out of a car almost impossible. I have also been told by my primary MD to stay in the house due to risk factors. I know th…

Standing like a sentinel on our north shore watching over Lake Ontario is what used to be the Somerset power project. It once provided well-paying jobs to 100 families and it produced megawatts of electricity like they were going out of style. It came to be that the plant’s means of power ge…

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Facebook and Google have been in the headlines, alleged to be competitive menaces, but forget about it. Major League Baseball, in truth, is antitrust predator No. 1. In a lawsuit in formation, likely involving many of the 41 American communities just savaged by MLB’s exercise of monopoly pow…

ALBANY — Assemblyman Steve Hawley, R-Batavia, said Wednesday that 2021 may end up being the best year we’ve seen along time — but only if the state Legislature learns from its mistakes. It must also act with the same toughness and adaptability New York state residents have.

Livonia poet Beth Sleboda, who has turned a phrase or two to help cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, sees the end of 2020 as bringing a new sense of hope in 2021. She writes:

Following Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement on Wednesday that a limited number of spectators would be allowed to attend the Buffalo Bills home playoff game in January, state Sen. Patrick M. Gallivan, R-Elma, issued a statement calling for the state to reopen restaurants.