The donations are given to the Bare Necessities Food Pantry. They help students who are struggling to put food on their tables. VESTAL (WBNG) — Binghamton University held its second Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest Friday. “Getting ready for tests, especially right now when we’ve got finals next week. So, its a real issue and right now its something that we want to shine a light on here at Binghamton.” “With college students, if students are hungry they have a hard time studying, they have a hard time focusing,” said Ryan Yarosh, Director of Media and Public Relations. People who participated were asked to bring a food item to donate to students in need. Students, faculty and staff showed off the ugliest sweaters they could find.
Democrats are doing harm to the countryThe purpose of this is to help make The Gazette great again and to debunk some liberal talking points used by Doug McFadden in his June 29 letter (“Support getting rid of Trump, McConnell”). He attempted to discredit Jane Pauze’s June 22 letter (“Enough effort wasted investigating Trump”) that spoke to the damage the progressive liberal wing of the Democratic party is doing to this great nation.Mr. McFadden’s claim that “Trump tried hard to obstruct justice“ is said honestly as, “tried hard to defend himself. “Gone it seems are Ronald Reagan’s “blue-dog“ and John Kennedy’s “Ask what you can do for your country.” Democrats were shamefully replaced by the liberal progressives that condone killing live-born babies and open borders that will allow other 9-11 — butchers to prey upon the innocents.Create sanctuary cities such as Saratoga and Albany that harbor illegal Democratic voters, a.k.a., immigrants.Worse is their attempt to discredit, damage and destroy Donald Trump, his family and anyone ever associated with him. This is a blatant attempt to destroy us and our way of life.As Ms. Pauze said, ”He ate your lunch.“ Tough – suck it up and love your country.What’s also sad is that many opinion page authors unwittingly support these hate groups.God did indeed “bless America.“ Don’t screw it up, Libs.Jack OsterlitzGlenvilleDemocrats in Albany show their humanity In response to Jennifer Richards’ July 2 letter (“Prioritize humans over animals in NY”) in which she criticizes the recent ban on declawing cats passed by the state Legislature, she should read and think about the quote from the great Mahatma Gandhi of India, who said, “the greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”Cat declawing is inhumane and should be outlawed. I hope it passes in every state soon.Ms., Richards also states that the Democrats, who now control New York state government, should pay more attention to “dignity-of-life” issues, especially on the issue of banning abortion.It seems that the pro-life movement condemns all abortion, period.They are hypocrites when they ignore or minimize life after birth. Issues like poverty, education, income inequality and the inhumane treatment of migrants in cages don’t seem to matter. I’m proud to be a Democrat and animal lover in New York state.Lori HudsonPattersonvilleMelania stays quiet on border situationBorder Wall – where is Melania Trump? Any other first lady would have voiced their opinion on the abuse the children are experiencing at our border.Joseph RownySaratoga SpringsMore from The Daily Gazette:Foss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motorists Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionTrump family never served in militaryJust a reminder for those readers who reveled in Donald Trump’s 4th of July “Me Day” parade, the Trump family has lived in the United States for more than 150 years, and not one of them, not one, has ever served in the U.S. military. Walter WoukSummit
Indianapolis, Ind. — Pope Francis has named Bishop Charles C. Thompson as the seventh archbishop of Indianapolis. Thompson takes over for Cardinal Joseph Tobin who recently relocated to New Jersey.The 56-year-old Thompson is a Louisville native and the oldest of three children. He is a graduate of Moore High School and Bellmarine College in 1979 with an accounting degree. He earned a master of divinity from the St. Meinrad School of Theology. In 1992 he earned a Master in Canon Law degree from St. Paul University in Ottawa, Canada.He began service as a priest in the Louisville Archdiocese in 1987. He has also held various positions in the greater Louisville area.An installation mass will be held on Friday, July 28.
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