As the populations of Ulster County towns go, Marbletown, with 5,607 souls, is a bit on the low side of the gauge. But for a few days last week it was the epicenter of county politics
Kingston Times | Opinion
Faso is a smooth operator. This doesn’t necessarily mean slippery or evasive, as some critics contended, though he was that and more on occasion.
Many of the about 500 attendees at last week’s meet-the-Democratic-congressional-candidates night at Kingston’s Old Dutch Church got their first look at the contenders who seek to oppose first-term Republican incumbent John Faso of Kinderhook.
It’s time that the hateful rhetoric spoken here in Kingston against our most vulnerable senior citizens at public hearings and written in the comment sections of newspaper websites and on social media stops, once and for all.
As we reflect on the recent events in Charlottesville, we need search no further than our own backyard to find signs of the same, ugly white supremacy.
Prediction: Half of the eight Democratic candidates will drop out by the end of the year.
It’s probably not a good thing when a freshman congressman gets huge headlines after announcing his first town hall meeting with his constituents eight months into his term.
Pardon my French, but I have had enough of this Confederate bulls–t. Americans are exceptional in many ways, one of
Renovations, better movie theater seating and medical services would do a lot. But there is one particular tenant that, if secured, could single-handedly save the Hudson Valley Mall. The people will come from miles around— the people will come.
I won’t get into the back-and-forth between Hein and Cahill over who did more (or less) to bring the feuding parties to the bargaining table. To paraphrase LBJ, they were both pissing into the tent, with the public ultimately getting soaked.