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Library of Congress Coming to Pittsfield

The Library of Congress’ mobile museum, “Gateway to Knowledge”, will be setting up in Pittsfield in time for the city’s Third Thursday celebration from 5 to 9pm tomorrow. This mobile museum is housed in an 18-wheeler that expands to three times its … Continue reading

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Budget Troubles And Interesting Solutions for Chatham

The Columbia Paper ran an interesting article yesterday looking at the budget concerns of Chatham Village. In the article titled, How low can we go?, Parry Teasdale (writer, Columbia Paper), looks at the looming $70,000 deficit that the village is … Continue reading

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The Real Face of the Gay Agenda

We have been hearing how gay marriage will destroy American society and now we have a picture of the harbingers of our demise. Phyllis Siegel, 76, and Connie Kopelov, 84, were the first same-sex couple to get married in Manhattan … Continue reading

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Sen. Saland Discusses His Historic Vote for Marriage Equality

Senator Saland spoke with the Poughkeepsie Journal yesterday and described his “emotional and intellectual journey” towards supporting marriage equality. In the interview, Saland mentions that his wife and children have long been supporters of marriage equality. He also discusses the … Continue reading

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Barbara Bush Speaks Out In Support of Marriage Equality

Barbara Bush, daughter of George W. Bush, has recorded a video for New Yorkers for Marriage Equality. In the video she vocalizes her support for marriage equality in NY. I think it’s great to see more young Republicans speaking out … Continue reading

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2010 Census Results Are In

The 2010 Census Results are in and both New York and Massachusetts are set to loose seats in the US Congress. NY will loose two seats when the current 29-member Congressional delegation drops to 27 (the lowest number since 1823). Massachusetts … Continue reading

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Senate Votes to Repeal Ban on Gays in Military

From CNN.com: The military’s prohibition of openly gay people serving within its ranks is one step closer to ending, after the Senate voted Saturday to repeal the armed forces’ “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Eight Republicans and independent Joe Lieberman … Continue reading

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