Boehner Calls Netanyahu Closest Ally in Fight Against Obama

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WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—On the eve of the Israeli Prime Minister’s address to Congress, House Speaker John Boehner used a joint press conference to praise Benjamin Netanyahu, calling him “our closest and most important ally in the fight against President Obama.”

“Even as the President threatens us with provocative acts, Prime Minister Netanyahu’s support for us has been unwavering,” Boehner said. “He understands what many of us have long known: that peace with this enemy can only be achieved through total victory.”

Netanyahu had equally high praise for Boehner, saying that “no one has been more steadfast and dedicated in the struggle against your President.”

“This foe is not to be trusted or appeased,” Netanyahu said. “Your resolute refusal to find any common ground with him whatsoever has earned my undying respect.”

As the press conference drew to a conclusion, Boehner appeared to fight back tears as he called Netanyahu “a brother in arms” in the ongoing hostilities with Obama.

“A wise man once said that my enemy’s enemy is my friend,” Boehner said, choking up. “You, sir, are my best friend in the world.”

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St. “Practice” Day Pub Crawl

St. Patrick's Day crawl

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Walker Vows to Destroy ISIS’s Teachers

'Walker Vows to Destroy ISIS’s Teachers<br />
WASHINGTON – In an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker expanded on his comment that battling his state’s teachers’ union had prepared him to fight the terrorist group ISIS, telling host Chris Wallace, “All I meant was, if you want to eliminate ISIS, the first thing you must do is get rid of their teachers.” Expanding on that remark, Walker said,  “Chris, we must identify the people who are teaching ISIS their tactics – in other words, their teachers – and eliminate them. I did that in Wisconsin and I can do it in Iraq and Syria.” As President, Walker said, he would rebrand the war on terror as “a global war on teachers,” adding, “Behind every problem, there are teachers you need to  get rid of." More here: http://nyr.kr/1aIYHzk'

WASHINGTON – In an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker expanded on his comment that battling his state’s teachers’ union had prepared him to fight the terrorist group ISIS, telling host Chris Wallace, “All I meant was, if you want to eliminate ISIS, the first thing you must do is get rid of their teachers.”

Expanding on that remark, Walker said, “Chris, we must identify the people who are teaching ISIS their tactics – in other words, their teachers – and eliminate them. I did that in Wisconsin and I can do it in Iraq and Syria.”

As President, Walker said, he would rebrand the war on terror as “a global war on teachers,” adding, “Behind every problem, there are teachers you need to get rid of.”
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Amherst Youth Foundation News

Amherst Youth Foundation
THIS SATURDAY! 7pm! Drive slow around our parking lot snowbanks and carefully drop those kids off! We were hoping for a hint of spring but it will be warm inside even if it’s snowy outside!

Just announced! Our 11th Annual Gala will be Friday, April 17th at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens! Now accepting sponsorships, silent auction donations and booklet ads.

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Joe Golombek’s St. Casimir Day Fund Raiser And Polish Food Fest

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Royal Printing Company, Inc.

'Tovie & Grace - you are the Best-<br /><br />
and have always saved me...printing is great,<br /><br />
prices are reasonable, service is personal,<br /><br />
and friendship makes it all worthwhile !!'

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Re-ENERGIZE Buffalo Events

Shared by David Kowalski

David Kowalski

  • MONDAY, March 2, PRESENTATION:  Energy Democracy! What can We Learn from Germany? By Aaron Bartley, PUSH Buffalo Executive Director; sponsor Sierra Club ‘Climate and Clean Energy’ Writers Group, 6:00pm-7:30pm, Unitarian Universalist Church, Elmwood Ave. at West Ferry, Buffalo; Free and open to the public
  • THURSDAY, March 5, PUBLIC MEETING: Information on Peace Bridge Authority plans to improve air quality in the neighborhood; host Clean Air Coalition; 4:30pm-6:00pm, Niagara Branch Library, 280 Porter Avenue, Buffalo
  • THURSDAY, March 5, COMMUNITY MEETING: Stop the Bomb Trains! Hosted by WNY Drilling Defense; 6:00pm, Crane Branch Library, 633 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo
  • SATURDAY, March 7, PROGRAM: “Sun Safety-Solar Power” includes children’s Poster Contest plus Displays and interactive exhibits relating to electricity; sponsor New York Power Authority; 10am-3pm, Niagara Power Vista, Lewiston

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The Menth Group Just Might Sell IT.

It’becoming clear the Mench Group has no plans to tear down the buildings on the Greenfield land mass. What I believe they plan to do is find a buyer or buyers  and sell this  property.

They will make their profit and use the money for other projects.

written by James Tricoli, Editor of the Amhersttimes.com

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Get Ready For The Spring Thaw

We showed you the pictures of the standing water on Westwood and neighboring yards from the thaw of the small amount of snow after the New Year.

What happens when all of this “February Freeze” snow melts??

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Keep Westwood Green's photo.

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Keep Westwood Green Message

We have been in a deep freeze mentally for weeks, so we thought some pictures of a “greener” Westwood might shake off the frigid blahs as we watch MORE snow fall.

These photos show standing water and property flooding on Westwood as well as neighboring yards after only a small amount of snowfall from around the holidays/New Years melted. Now that Amherst has had several feet of snow it is going to be much worse when it all melts!

Neighbors have been dealing with this for years since the connecting wetlands and watershed were affected by improperly done “infrastructure improvements” many years ago.

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Keep Westwood Green's photo.
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Keep Westwood Green's photo.

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