I’m voting for Bonacic
In terms of immigration, open borders would mean allowing people to travel between two countries freely or with few restrictions.
In this dismal election season, there are a few bright spots on the political horizon. We have the opportunity to elect two political newcomers who are determined to restore balance and fair play to our political process.
I am scratching my head over comments made recently in the the 19th District congressional campaign about solutions to the greatest challenge (and opportunity) of our generation and for our state: the need to quickly transition to a clean energy economy to grow jobs and save us and future generations from the escalating costs and damages of clim
New York Health Act: Malick—Yes, Bonacic—No
At a recent healthcare forum discussing ways to improve Sullivan County’s overall health and quality of life, Democratic senatorial candidate Primilla Malick emphatically affirmed her unqualified support of the New York Health Act, a revolutionary health insurance program that will provide vastly expanded healthcare coverage at greatly reduced cost to all New York residents, regardless of their age, income, pre-existing medical conditions, employment, or immigration status.
Fifty-four years ago, America was at the threshold of nuclear war. Cuba was armed with Russian nuclear missiles pointed at America. In October 1962, I was a United States Marine stationed on Boca Chica Island in the Key West Chain, 90 miles from the Cuban/Russian missiles. That was America’s last great threat.
In support of the Tusten garden
I write this in support of the Tusten Heritage Community Garden. The people involved with maintaining this garden are some of the same volunteer members within the Narrowsburg Beautification Group. So I can speak from personal experience that these are extremely dedicated people who work hard in their spare time to enhance the beautiful environment that we all live in. It would be a tragic loss to this community if our governing body withdraws support of such a positive volunteer effort.
In a debate between Republican New York State Sen. John Bonacic and Democratic challenger Pramilla Malick sponsored by The Times-Herald Record on October 13, Malick expressed the view that companies that have business before the state should not be able to donate to the campaigns of elected state officials.
With the election inching ever closer, the money is being spent hand over fist in races all over the country, and the spending in New York’s 19th Congressional District is being juiced by a lot of money from political action committees (PACs) and super PACs.