Monthly Archives: January 2013

Speedy Gonzales

Wow! Finally, Ulster County Legislature Chairwoman Terry Bernardo posted her January 2nd speech on the legislature’s website! She told the Boodlehole Times: “I am proud of the excellent service we provided to voters. We were very successful in posting my … Continue reading

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Vote them all out!

Scanning the comments on political blogs, you see this recommendation fairly often, from left and right alike: “Vote them all out!” Vote them out? How, may I ask, when there are no challengers on the ballot? State Senator Bonacic ran … Continue reading

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Amazing mind reader reveals his ‘gift’

Apparently without any connection with the above: Universal Background Checks – Absolutely Not

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It could happen anywhere…

The two videos on this page – each about one hour long – are about the last European dictator, and everything you’re going to see it’s true. I lived it for 33 years. Dictatorship is the form of government in … Continue reading

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The truth about assault weapons

This is an AR-15 rifle. It is the most popular rifle sold in the United States today. Millions have been sold to American citizens since 1963. The AR-15 is the most common example of what are sometimes called assault weapons. … Continue reading

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Second Amendment protects the others

At the Ulster County monthly legislative session held on January 22, 2013, more than fifty speakers demanded Ulster County legislators to reject a proposed resolution calling on Congress to adopt stricter gun control laws. Powerful messages were delivered by these … Continue reading

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Pomp(ous) and circumstance

Last week, Hugh Reynolds’ column was easy to read but hard to understand: Apparently county legislature Minority Leader Dave Donaldson didn’t get the memo that last week’s Ulster County organizational meeting was for the purpose of swearing in legislators, not … Continue reading

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