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This Holiday Season, Get Exactly What You Bargained For

BY MARK ELLIOT This holiday season, for the first time ever, shoppers are buying more of their gifts online than in brick-and-mortar stores. Forty-seven percent of Americans are doing their…

DEFENDING DOREMUS

To the Editor, I am writing in support of my dear friend, Roberta Doremus, of Tallman. So much has been said publicly that does not show the true Roberta. This woman has…

The New Russian Agenda: How Would Reagan Respond?

BY ED TIMPERLAKE AND RIBBIN LAIRD Thirty years ago, President Reagan won reelection by a landslide and then led the United States into the final phase of our Cold War victory…

The Valenti Puzzle

OP-ED BY MARK PETERLIN Franklin Roosevelt’s first vice president, former Speaker of the House John Nance Garner, famously said of the vice president position, it wasn’t “worth a pitcher of warm spit.”…

A Republic or a Democracy — Let’s Get This Straight

BY DIANE DIMOND Following my recent column about racial tensions in America, I got an email from Gary L. Hoe, of Albuquerque, which made me re-think what our founding fathers…

AIRMONT MAYOR VERONICA BOESCH WAVES FAREWELL

To the Editor, It has been an honor to have served the residents of the Village of Airmont for eight years. When I was first approached to run for the…

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