NY Assembly

Sean Ryan is oddly silent on Scajaquada speed limit

Assemblyman Sean Ryan — the far-left leaning Democrat from the West Side of Buffalo who has loudly opposed Chick-fil-a from opening locations in Cheektowaga and unabashedly supports drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants — is now uncharacteristically silent about a petition to

Norb's Corner

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is here

BY NORBERT RUG As a three-time prostate cancer survivor that is now battling it for the fourth time now, I wanted to let you know that September is prostate cancer awareness month. It is estimated that over 31,620 deaths from

Foreign Policy

Rep. Omar declares support for terrorist financier’s company

A controversial Minnesota congresswoman known for racially inflammatory anti-Semitic views has publicly declared her support for a terrorist organization in her native Somalia. Democrat Ilhan Omar is demanding that a telecommunications company founded and operated by a renowned terrorist financier, receive protection from that

Uncategorized

Coincidences

BY NORBERT RUG There have been a series of coincidences in my life. My buddy grew up in a house full of girls in Amherst. One of them dated a Harley driving, leather vested, Vietnam-veteran biker from Barker. They went

US Senate

Langworthy tells Gillibrand to get back to work

In a widely circulated statement, New York Republican Party Chairman Nick Langworthy is telling Senator Kirstin Gillibrand to get back to work following her recently ended four-year pursuit of the presidency. “Kirsten Gillibrand has been using her U.S. Senate office

Norb's Corner

The loss of a tree

BY NORBERT RUG I contributed to global warming a tiny bit more than usual recently. When we moved in to our home over 40 years ago there were two maple trees and an ash tree that provided shade in the

Energy

Wind bids rigged for unions

BY KEN GIRARDIN The Cuomo administration appears to have violated state law by forcing offshore wind developers to cut deals with construction unions, inflating costs and boxing out non-union subcontractors on billions in construction work. Bidders seeking state subsidies likely worth