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Celebrities and Politicians Alike Sound Off on Net Neutrality

BY ADAM LUCENTE Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Al Franken (D-MN) are not the only ones commenting on “net neutrality” lately. The two senators have been trading barbs across the…

And the Elephants Came Marching In: Gridlock Over Foreign Policy to Increase with GOP Control of the Senate

BY ADAM LUCENTE With just the final two years left in his presidency, Obama needs not worry about the electoral ramifications of his foreign policy, leaving him with only his…

The County Executive’s Corner: Pay Our Own Way… Not Take Yours Away

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Much attention has focused lately on the budget process and the tough choices that affect the 320,000 residents of Rockland County. In the past,…

He’s in it to win it: Ralph Bracco, Airmont trustee, announces candidacy for mayor

He’s the once and possible future mayor of Airmont. Ralph Bracco, incumbent village trustee and village mayor from 1993-95, told the Rockland County Times he is running for the top…

LAWLER: Cuomo struck deal with Skelos for re-election

Governor Andrew Cuomo has been noted for his brash brand of political aggression and secrecy, but according to a former head honcho in Republican circles, that realpolitik has just crossed…

The County Executive’s Corner

By County Executive Ed Day Rockland County is home to 320,000 people who trace their roots to every corner of the globe. Our culture is enriched and our towns and…

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