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Cruz in Binghamton

A Republican nominee should “lose the primary to win the general without violating your principles.”--Jeb Bush

In Binghamton, Ted Cruz, asked about his negative view of New Yorkers, said that he meant only “liberal Democrats who are intolerant to the common-sense values of most of the men and women of New York.” What can he be thinking: 150 more words

Education

Hillary just headlined a rally for a cause doesn’t believe in — New York Post

Hillary Clinton was the star speaker at Gov. Cuomo’s “Fight for $15” minimum-wage victory rally Monday at the Javits Center. Only one problem: She’s not in favor of a $15 minimum wage.

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New York’s Nuclear Fork in the Road: Subsidizing Old Reactors Is a Dead End

Last week, we let you know about New York’s new proposal to subsidize most of the state’s existing nuclear reactors. And we promised you a more in-depth piece after we had a chance to digest the idea. 2,293 more words

Energy Future

Hope and Despair as 2015 Draws to a Close

Things can feel pretty bleak on a gray, rainy afternoon in late December as one considers the impact our greenhouse gas emissions will have on the planet for the generations ahead. 265 more words

Climate Change

Indian Point shutdown raises new safety concerns

December 10, 2015 | Filed under: News | Posted by: The Villager

The Indian Point nuclear plant is less than 40 miles from New York City. 1,141 more words

Indian Point

Guerra Contra Todos Los Puertorriqueños…the web site is LAUNCHED

The Spanish-language version of War Against All Puerto Ricans will be officially released on November 24. It is called Guerra Contra Todos Los Puertorriqueños. 81 more words

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo visits Puerto Rico, rearranges the deck chairs on the Titanic

Andrew Cuomo and Alejandro Garcia Padilla, the governors of New York and Puerto Rico, have found a solution to Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis. They opened a little souvenir shop in San Juan, called I NY, that will soon be “selling New York products.” 179 more words

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