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The Delaware Company would like to express our sincere gratitude to all who attended our Patriots and Loyalists event at Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History on Saturday, July 13. It was a … more
With the primary season now complete, I thought it was a good time to point out what is at stake in our local race for the 100th Assembly District to succeed Aileen Gunther and to point out why our … more
I applaud Sullivan County officials for exploring options for dealing with our trash (“Sullivan County considers waste-to-energy system,” River Reporter, July 11-17). However, I am … more
A recent story in the Telegraph shows the extent of Democratic hate for President Trump. It is not based on any understanding of political documents and facts, or about the available scientific data … more
Our area is in crisis, and it seems as though local residents are very aware of it, while our elected officials continue to approve development after development.  A group of concerned … more
Rep. Jeff Olsommer has only been in office for a few months and he is showing exactly how he will serve the 139th if elected to a full term in November—by ignoring the rights and needs of our … more
While I wish the Democrats had found a younger and more dynamic candidate, at least in a Biden administration we can be sure that Joe will surround himself with honest, intelligent, experienced staff … more
I am a small business owner, so I understand the need to balance a budget—but this budget is not balanced, nor is it done in a professional manner. It spends $3.3 billion more than anticipated … more
Most violations of law are not reported, and most reported crimes are not solved.  “Why me?” is the question most drivers ask when ticketed for speeding, although they were … more
Out-of-control prescription drug prices need to be addressed, but the proposed policies in Harrisburg are the wrong approach. Certain legislators are pushing for policies to upend the market by … more
Some preachers are saying that it’s in the Bible that God would put Trump back in! Does that mean that the Democrats are against God? I dreamt that Joy Behar was president and Whoopie was … more
I am deeply saddened to learn that the New York Supreme Court in Albany has ruled against New York City’s foie gras sales ban. I hope my fellow New Yorkers refuse to purchase this cruel and … more
The New York State Conservative Party concurs with the recent 6-3 Supreme Court decision affirming a President’s absolute immunity for core constitutional acts, presumptive immunity for … more
[This letter references the ruling by the New York State Supreme Court against New York City’s foie gras ban, which would have impacted Sullivan County’s duck farms and small … more
A bipartisan collection of former elected officials helped to launch the Democracy Defense Project (DDP). The project supports the transparency, safety, security and validity of the elections system. … more
[The following comment was posted on www.riverreporter.com in response to the op-ed titled “The politics driving Trump’s conviction.”] I am re-posting my (updated) comment to … more
[The following comment was left under the op-ed “The politics driving Trump’s conviction.] It’s clear that people have been unfairly targeted for many, many years. Perhaps … more
According to the Congressional Research Service, Marc Molinaro has passed five standalone bills, 37 measures as part of larger bills and has had 11 bills signed into law.  “It’s … more
A series of recent articles concerning Monticello Raceway by Ted Waddell published in the River Reporter led me to find out more about the track, and about horse racing in general.  At … more
Did you know that the New York State Constitution does not protect the rights of people with disabilities, seniors and those who identify as LGBT, or the reproductive freedoms for women—among … more
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