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Four years ago, the Department of Health made one of the most mind-boggling and, quite frankly, erroneous decisions we have ever seen. They decided to order nursing homes to accept COVID-19-positive … more
In a dizzying world sometimes cluttered by misdirection, there is a refreshing, atmospheric-cleansing quality to the courtroom principle of “proof.” Concepts such as “facts of the … more
The Sullivan County Conservative Party announced our endorsement of Congressman Marc Molinaro for reelection in New York’s 19th Congressional District. Marc Molinaro champions our values. … more
In early March, the League of Women Voters of Pike County (LWV Pike) invited the two candidates who will be running in the April 23 special election for the 139th Legislative District to participate … more
On April 23, the 139th District (Pike and Wayne counties) will face a special election to fill former Rep. Joe Adams’ vacated seat.  The League of Women Voters Forum for State House … more
Statement from Robin Skibber on Olsommer’s refusal to debate: I’m disappointed Mr. Olsommer would not meet with the members of the League of Women Voters and interested members of … more
The Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, which represents over 10,000 workers who install, maintain, and repair railroad traffic control systems, has endorsed Congressman Marc Molinaro for reelection … more
On April 23, Pennsylvania voters in the parts of Pike and Wayne counties that make up the 139th state legislative district will have a special opportunity to elect an outstanding, lifelong local … more
A headline in a local newspaper a few months ago was “Aging Agency Director Did a Great Job.”  It was no surprise that this headline referred to Robin Skibber, who retired as … more
Attending legislative meetings lately has become a bit like following the White Rabbit down that dark hole. A legislator who had run for office only four months ago on the platform “Take back … more
New York State’s presidential primary election is on Tuesday, April 2. Joe Biden has already garnered the numbers needed and has won the nomination to be the Democratic nominee in the general … more
Beware of people who are oblivious to the obvious. People who lose an election, and believe they won. Not based on evidence. But based on what they “feel.” I am a Conservative. Many … more
For the second time in as many months, the millions Infinite Care owes Sullivan County came up at the Health & Human Services meeting—and was again quickly dispatched, shrouded behind some … more
As chair of the Assembly’s Committee on Mental Health, my commitment lies in advancing a comprehensive health care approach that prioritizes both the physical and mental well-being of my … more
 The New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) union applauds the state legislature for showing commitment to students and schools in their one-house budgets. Both Senate and Assembly proposals … more
A thought: consequent upon the Dobbs ruling that the federal government lacks the Constitutional power to regulate abortion, should not the Hyde Amendment and other restrictions on coverage for … more
Every time you go to the grocery store, you can’t escape coming home with tons of packaging.  Packaging constitutes a staggering 40 percent of New York State’s waste stream. … more
I am running for state representative to effect change and return our commonwealth to our founding principles.  Like many Americans, I have become disenchanted with political party games … more
We are Sullivan County residents and property owners. We are appalled at the behavior of Sullivan County law enforcement with respect to two prominent local citizens and business owners, Wade St. … more
A bizarre scene played out at the February 8 Health and Human Services committee meeting, when chairperson (and District 5 legislator) Cat Scott tried to fulfill a campaign pledge to address and … more
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