With election primary season getting underway, it is getting closer to the time where we decide the next leader of our country, but did you know that President John F. Kennedy made a campaign stop in Ilion?
Election season is here and races are heating up with the road to the White House and here locally. Running for any public office can be a challenge. It takes a lot of effort, sleepless nights, and a lot of money. Of course there are also certain things candidates aren't required to do, but if …
With all the controversy on the Confederate Flag lately it has me thinking: Do we have anything in New York state that could be considered offensive to American history? Would one of these sites in our state be the John Brown Farm State Historic site located in Lake Placid?
A group of 4th graders in New Hampshire took a field trip to the state legislature because they wanted to make the red-tailed hawk the state raptor (bird of prey). What was expected to be a fun-filled trip that would allow kids to learn how government works turned into an absolute nightmare!
Yesterday I set out to clarify a misconception on what the phrase 'Separation of Church and State' actually means and where it comes from. I posted on the Freedom From Religion Foundation's Facebook page in an effort to begin friendly dialogue
The entire nation has been watching recently while the city of Utica has blown up in argument over a Christmas sign displayed at one of our local fire stations. While observing the resulting firestorm, two basic schools of thought have emerged
This afternoon President Barack Obama landed at Griffiss where he talked with Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente and Rome Mayor Joe Fusco before boarding Marine One to travel to Cooperstown and talk Tourism.
With President's Day soon approaching Americans begin to remember past Presidents and all the good, or bad, they did. Some Presidents in our country's history, believe it or not, engaged in extramarital affairs!