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BellairBerdan July 25, 2014 at 04:23 pm
Howard, all those companies that promised to lay off workers because of Obamacare never did. StopRead More living the lie.
Average Joe July 25, 2014 at 04:24 pm
Corporate profits are at record highs - no one is forcing them to do anything, but to obey the law!
George Sedares July 25, 2014 at 04:31 pm
Ah, the level of ignorance never ceases to amaze me. Many of you would sing a different song if youRead More knew that Social Security and work health plans were earned benefits, part of a law or good faith package, incentive package- take you pick.... All you crybabies are so worried now that someone will come into your home at night to take away all that you 'may" have earned . Most of you are doing well and toot the GOP horn. Those that are struggling- well they are like cattle, don't matter, and just corral them and toss them a bail of hay while waiting for jobs to return to the U.S. BTW- Most of this Obamacare is a modified Romneycare that you all conveniently forget to note ! Now go back to sleep. Ignorance is bliss !
Klaatu Boradanicto July 25, 2014 at 10:32 am
This is what happens when you leave the decisions about how to run a power plant up toRead More administrators and lawyers, who know absolutely nothing about it, rather than to the engineers who actually know something about the subject.
Mya is missing from her home in Montrose NY.
Angel125 July 25, 2014 at 08:00 am
I saw a dog yesterday at about 11;30 a.m. that looked like mya. had a red collar and was eating fromRead More what looked like garbage bag ,just past Rits;s bar going south on Broadway. The dog looked like it was hungry. Don't stop looking for her . If I had not been alone I would have stopped and looked closer . Good luck I will keep my eyes pealed.
CD July 25, 2014 at 08:06 am
Free advice: Don't tie your dog up when you "run into the store for just a minute". YouRead More wouldn't tie your kid up, would you? Show you're responsible enough to own a dog and leave the it at home if you need to run an errand.
Jeanne July 25, 2014 at 12:14 pm
I cannot help but wonder if this will affect those who rescue pets from closed cars in hot weather.Read More I can just imagine some pet owner leaving their dog in a car in hot weather trying to accuse a rescuer of trying to steal their dog. Pet thieves are the lowest of the low. I hope this pup is safely returned to her home.
disgusted July 24, 2014 at 01:08 pm
The money garnered for the municipality from a traffic summons is miniscule, night radar detailsRead More turn up drunk drivers and cds arrests, if a cop hit a civilian like you describe he would definitely be charged criminally as well as administratively, take your anti cop attitude and misinformed statement and use it as a suppository
Phil Brooks July 24, 2014 at 05:36 pm
Disgusted, Shame on you for making it personal and accusatory. If, as you say, the money fromRead More traffic summonses is minuscule, why do police officers on radar duty routinely do their best to make themselves visible only at the last second? Why do Officer Goodell and thousands of other officers like him put themselves seemingly in harm's way by sitting in a dark car on a dark road waiting for speeders?
disgusted July 25, 2014 at 06:25 am
Phil traffic enforcement is a required part of every patrol cops job like it or not seclusion isRead More part of it don't demonize a cop because a tractor trailer was driving on the shoulder when he shouldn't have been, there a side benefit of mv enforcement is cds, and weapons arrest's bobs statement was made from ignorance, and I take no shame in correcting an inflammatory statement such as the one bob made.
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Bubbawubba Gump July 24, 2014 at 02:11 pm
Make room for daddy?
Patricia Thomas Ingram July 24, 2014 at 04:39 pm
The husband probably told the neighbors they were moving, so no one questioned not seeing them andRead More relatives well people move ,lose contact.
Rosemarie Carreras July 25, 2014 at 08:28 am
Sad.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Patch file photo.
amerpatriot July 24, 2014 at 08:41 am
The astonishing similarities of governing style between Cuomo and Obama don't end with them. TheRead More entire Liberal Left thinks that's how government can now be run. Lie your a-- off, do what the hell you want when you get into "office". To hell with the rule of law - "I'm the new sheriff now." Laws? What laws. We don need no stinking laws heh, heh heh!!!
SPK July 24, 2014 at 05:44 pm
And here I was thinking the Imperial Governor was the lead presidential candidate if Hillary choosesRead More not to run for health or other reasons. Not sure he can dodge this one. I feel a sense of relief that the evidence is so strong that even the NY Times can't ignore it. Regardless, you can count on NY to re-elect the Governor no matter what new corrupt behavior is uncovered to add to his HUD track record contributing to the financial crisis, SAFE Act in the middle of the night, TV commercials championing NY's economic climate, and the list goes on.
eatingdogfood July 24, 2014 at 06:07 pm
There isn't anything that's going to make the bluest state vote red. The more corrupt the better!!!
Zephyr Teachout. Photo credit: Fordham University
Kirsten Berger July 23, 2014 at 09:40 am
Cuomo is scared. Good. I'm glad he has a challenger in the primary. The great thing about America isRead More that we can vote people in and out of office. If there is a challenger to the incumbent, then they should be given a chance. I agree with Steve Z, Cuomo should be making his case for why he should be re-elected instead of going after his challenger.
Aidan July 23, 2014 at 10:04 am
There's more Cuomo sleaze to come. Stand by.
eatingdogfood July 23, 2014 at 05:54 pm
Cuomo sleaze, Obama sleaze, Christie sleaze. Hillary sleaze, and a long list of sleaze balls.Read More People keep talking about how Pataki beat Cuomo, but Astorino isn't Pataki, and NY is a bigger welfare state now more than ever. People want want want for little or nothing and NY is a great place to get it
Klaatu Boradanicto July 23, 2014 at 09:03 am
I have never understood the concept of consumers paying twice as much for produce simply because theRead More grocer asserts that it is "organic". After all, how does the consumer know whether it actually is "organic" or not? He only has the grocer's word for it. I have asked people that I have encountered buying "organic" produce about this, and they invariably look at me like I'm crazy, shake their heads and walk away. As far as I'm concerned, they are the crazy ones.
Roz Bratter July 23, 2014 at 05:13 pm
I bought the recalled nectarines and plums from Mrs. Green's in Briarcliff Manor. I thoughtRead More "organic" was safer but..I guess not. In the garbage they go!
Klaatu Boradanicto July 23, 2014 at 05:26 pm
One thing is for sure: this contaminated fruit will not be a total financial loss. If worse comesRead More to worst it will be sold to ship chandlers, who in turn will sell it to ships as provisions for the crews. After all, nobody cares if seafarers get sick or die. I was a seaman for 30 years and have seen it happen many times.
Kevin Hoyt and Kenneth Hoyt. Photo credit: Clarkstown Police Department
C Lieberman July 22, 2014 at 08:58 am
There is a simpler solution to this issue. Maybe it might be best to not make or be in a porn videoRead More in the first place. This is just common sense. The state cannot always protect fools.
Scotty July 21, 2014 at 11:55 pm
I guess the old saying fits here...." the family that steals together...stays together...inRead More jail that is"....or something like that. Real smart fellows there !
Klaatu Boradanicto July 22, 2014 at 07:42 am
They must have been really hard-up. How much money can you get for a handful of copper tubing?
Terry P July 22, 2014 at 09:20 am
Just throw the book at these thugs and let them rot in jail.
A bill on NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo's desk would make revenge porn illegal even if "intimate" body parts aren't shown. Photo: Getty Images / McLean (Va.) Patch
momala57 July 22, 2014 at 08:35 am
It actually could be either. But if you are in an intimate relationship with someone where these pixRead More are used for mutual gratification, and the relationship ends, the point of the law is that the pix should not be able to be used against you at a later time. Not the same behavior as teenagers "sexting" necessarily but if your teen did this as many teens do without thinking of the extent of the consequences, you would be happy to know there is recourse for them too.
amerpatriot July 22, 2014 at 08:41 am
Not nec... pictures/videos taken with permission at the time, but later used without permissionRead More (revenge), or after permission has been revoked or assumed revoked. If in a relationship and give permission, then when you want to take back that permission, email yourself and all parties involved that you have rescinded permission. At least the timeline stops there. Anything after that could be a felony as described in this new law.
Terry P July 22, 2014 at 09:17 am
Sounds to me like another well-intentioned, but ultimately unenforceable law, created to make peopleRead More believe they have recourse. I'm guessing in the vast majority of potential cases, they will never be able to pin the action on anybody.
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