Claudia Tenney to run for Congress in 20http://southbuffalonews.com6 on pro-second amendment and conservative platform

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Claudia Tenney

Carl Paladino is distributing this message (below) from Claudia Tenney, who ran for Congress.

Tenney lost a Republican primary Tuesday to U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna, R-Barneveld, in the 22nd Congressional District in 20http://southbuffalonews.com4

She will try again.

Tenney represents a mindset that is alien to many New Yorkers who wish for and vote for a ‘nanny state.”

The 22nd Congressional District in New York

New York 's 22nd congressional district - since January 3, 20http://southbuffalonews.com3.

Here is her fund raising appeal:

Dear Fellow American,

Last year, because of support from dedicated, principled, conservatives like you, we almost pulled off one of the biggest upsets in political history. read more

Planned Parenthood Says Hiding HIV From Sex Partners Is A ‘Right’

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planned-parenthood-sign-300xhttp://southbuffalonews.com67International Planned Parenthood Federation, of which Planned Parenthood Federation of America is an official affiliate, maintains it is a person’s “human right” not to tell their sexual partners they are HIV positive if they don’t want to.

The International Planned Parenthood Federation’s booklet for HIV-positive youth entitled “Healthy, Happy and Hot” says, “Young people living with HIV have the right to decide if, when, and how to disclose their HIV status…. Sharing your HIV status is called disclosure. Your decision about whether to disclose may change with different people and situations. You have the right to decide if, when, and how to disclose your HIV status.” read more

NY to raise minimum wage; when/if it comes, $http://southbuffalonews.com5 min. wage will destroy jobs

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New York is one of http://southbuffalonews.com6 states increasing minimum wages for 20http://southbuffalonews.com6.

New York state’s base minimum wage will rise from $8.75 an hour to $9. Fast-food workers minimum wage rises to $http://southbuffalonews.com0.50 in New York City and $9.75 elsewhere in the state.

The base hourly rate for restaurant servers and other tipped workers will increase to $7.50.

The increase in the minimum wage was passed by lawmakers in 20http://southbuffalonews.com3. The raises for fast-food employees and tipped workers were approved this year by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. read more

Planned Parenthood’s stance on disclosure to sex partners may cause proliferation of HIV

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Is it wrong not to tell a sex partner that you have HIV, a sexually transmitted disease that attacks the immune system.

According to International Planned Parenthood Federation, of which Planned Parenthood Federation of America is an official affiliate, it is not wrong.

Planned Parenthood says it is a person’s “human right” not to tell their sexual partners they are HIV positive if they don’t want to.

HIV is transmitted through sexual activity. Anyone who comes in contact with HIV-infected semen, vaginal secretions, and/or blood is at risk of becoming infected. read more

Vote Here Now: Conservative think tank conducting poll on Trump presidency;

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Donald Trump is clearly the most polarizing figure in the upcoming 20http://southbuffalonews.com6
election. Whether you love him or hate him, he’s gathering
massive amounts of media attention.

Though does he have what it takes to not only win the Republican
nomination, but take down Hillary Clinton in 20http://southbuffalonews.com6?

Conservative think tank The League of Power is conducting a national poll to examine the likelihood and viability of a Trump presidency.

The results of this poll will be shared with major media outlets. read more

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Today, Americans pause to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an American icon, baptist minister, winner of the http://southbuffalonews.com964 Nobel Prize for Peace, and leader of the U.S. Civil Rights movement. For thirteen years, beginning with the Bus Boycotts in Montgomery, Dr. King rallied our Nation to live up to the promise of full equality under the law, without regard to race, religion, color, or creed. His dream of a Nation where Americans were judged not “by the color of their skin but by the content of their character” echoes through the ages. The NYGOP is proud of the Republican Party’s history of fighting for civil rights. Founded in http://southbuffalonews.com854 as the anti-slavery party, Republicans fought to amend the Constitution to grant African-Americans freedom, citizenship and the right to vote. From the http://southbuffalonews.com860s to the http://southbuffalonews.com960s civil rights legislation passed with strong Republican support. Republicans started the NAACP and President Nixon’s http://southbuffalonews.com969 Philadelphia Plan, crafted by African-American Republican Art Fletcher, set the nation’s first goals and timetables to increase African-American employment to offset institutionalized discrimination. We encourage all New Yorkers to take a moment and consider the lasting impact of Dr. King’s ideals – especially his devotion to the principle of non-violence as they key instrument for change, and their continued relevance today.

Cosby arrested, arraigned and a lot more.

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http://southbuffalonews.com009http://southbuffalonews.com5-N-4790M-040 WASHINGTON (Sept. http://southbuffalonews.com5, 20http://southbuffalonews.com0) Lanier Phillips, left, Bill Cosby and Ed LeBaron pose for a picture before receiving the Lone Sailor Award at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The Lone Sailor award is presented to sea service veterans who have excelled with distinction in their respective civilian careers while continuing to exemplify the Navy core values of honor, courage and commitment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist http://southbuffalonews.comst Class Andrew Meyers/Released)

The LA Times has – like many media extensive coverage of Bill Cosby, the Accused

More than 40 women have publicly accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Now, Cosby is facing criminal charges after Pennsylvania prosecutors charged him with aggravated indecent assault in connection with a 2004 encounter. As with previous accusations, Cosby’s lawyer denied the charges. Here is the criminal complaint as well as a chronicle of the accusations against the 78-year-old-entertainer.


Cosby charged with felony counts of sexual assault read more

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Jeb Bush’s Education Plan- Fulfilling the American Dream

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Jeb Bush’s Education Plan – Fulfilling the American Dream
By Jeanne Allen*

I disembarked my flight to Tallahassee International the morning of my speaking engagement in http://southbuffalonews.com995, tired from a long flight but ready to help solve Florida’s most pressing problems.  To my surprise, Jeb Bush was waiting for those who came to speak at his new organization’s big event.

Without hesitation he walked up, thanked us for coming, and walked us out to his car in the hourly lot. The entire drive he peppered me with questions about promising education reform efforts, the way they might improve schools and the positive impact they could have on the state in general. read more

Did Kennedy Play Duplicitous Role in Cuomo Child Support Settlement Pressure?

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According to the New York Post, two anonymous sources said that Gov. Andrew Cuomo, 58, has been battling his ex-wife Kerry Kennedy, 56, for 2.5 years over child support payments for their three daughters and possibly over alimony.

The Reporter surmises that one of the Post’s anonymous sources may have been Kennedy herself.

On the record, Kennedy and Cuomo issued joint statements denying they had financial disputes over the support of their children.

Statements released by Cuomo and Kennedy read in part. “The Post hearing rumors of discord, they are just that, unfounded and untrue gossip, and as such their publication would be hurtful and inaccurate.” read more

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Harshest arctic air of season grips midwestern, eastern US

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AccuWeather Global Weather Center – January http://southbuffalonews.com8, 20http://southbuffalonews.com6 

AccuWeather reports brutal cold will sweep into the eastern U.S. through early this week and will continue to leave its mark in the Midwest.

The new arctic blast will be the harshest the Midwest and East have experienced so far this season.

According to AccuWeather Chief Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok, “The arctic deep freeze will last two to three days in most places.” read more

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Nor Hillary’s Bullying Of Bill’s Victims To Silence Them

By Roger Stone and Robert Morrow

The Clintons are criminals and this has nothing to do with any consensual oral sex that Bill had with Monica Lewinsky, martial infidelity or adultery. Like Bill Cosby, Bill Clinton is a sexual predator – and Hillary used strong-arm tactics to run the cover up. In fact, Hillary is an accessory after the fact in all of her husband’s sex crimes.

Recently, Glen Kessler of the Washington Post published a so-called “Fact Checker” essay entitled “A guide to the allegations of Bill Clinton’s womanizing.” May we suggest a more pointed topic? How about a guide to Bill Clinton’s violent sexual assaults and Hillary’s criminal terror campaigns to scare his victims into silence? You can get a rundown of all that in our The Clintons’ War on Women (amazon Hyper link ) which is 445 pages long and backed up with 586 footnotes and a bibliography of http://southbuffalonews.com57 books. read more

Smoking Costs the Average New York Smoker $2.4 Million Over a Lifetime – WalletHub Study

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Studies which purport the high cost to society of smoking routinely neglect to factor in the reality that smokers die at younger ages and save society significantly in health care and pension costs.


The personal finance website, WalletHub, has released a report this week called The True Cost of Smoking by State.

WalletHub’s analysts calculated potential monetary losses — including the cumulative cost of a cigarette pack per day over several decades, health care expenditures, income losses and other costs — brought on by smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke.

New York ranks tops on the list for total cost per smoker compared to other states.

The WalletHub analysis is based on a number of assumptions (like any study) including what constitutes the criterion for the largest monetary category: lost financial opportunity due to smoking. read more