Spectator: Beware the Potholes

Spectator: Beware the Potholes

If you drive around Rockland County this time of year, you are going to see and feel more potholes than usual. This is pothole season! You may think that every town is covered by insurance in case your car should disappear into one of the potholes that seem to be everywhere. When you attempt to […]

HUMOR: Predictions for 2019

HUMOR: Predictions for 2019

BY THE SPECTATOR, John Maloney Yes, they all laughed when in January 2016 the Spectator predicted that Donald Trump would be President of the United States. Look what happened! So pay attention to my list for the year 2019. Kansas City Chiefs will win the Super Bowl. A 15-inch snow storm will hit our area […]

Spectator: Happy Father’s Day

Spectator: Happy Father’s Day

  It doesn’t seem possible that we are approaching the half-way mark of the year 2018! Is it possible that Christmas was that long ago? I haven’t paid for some of the Christmas gifts I bought! I’m not sure why June was chosen to be the month when we got around to thinking about good […]

The Spectator: To wear or not to wear

The Spectator: To wear or not to wear

BY THE SPECTATOR, JOHN MALONEY Remember the old saying, “You can have the shirt off my back?” Now it seems the trend seems to be “Take that shirt off your back!” More explicitly, “Take off what’s written on your shirt.” Some time ago we read in all the newspapers and saw on TV the story […]

Songs and What They Remind Me Of!

Songs and What They Remind Me Of!

BY THE SPECTATOR – John Maloney “All or Nothing at All” – What the IRS sings to us taxpayers. “Home on the Range” – Housewife who doesn’t go out to work. “It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie” – Anyone in Washington DC “It’s De–Lovely” – Tax refund check arrives. “Somebody Else is Taking My […]

Happy 94th birthday to the Spectator, John Maloney!

Happy 94th birthday to the Spectator, John Maloney!

Well, the Spectator hit the ripe old age of 94 on February 19. It was President’s day and I gave the whole county a holiday in my name. When I was a kid, Lincoln had his own holiday on February 12 and Washington his on February 22. I remember fondly my days growing up on […]