How A Smart Man Manuvers Himself For A Judgeship

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Dennis Ward needed Jeremy  Zellner’s group to win the reorganization meeting this past Friday.  Dennis is a smart man and knows he can’t win a judgeship if he doesn’t get cross endorsed from the group who will choose the judicial candidates.

Individuals who desire to be judges should possess impeccable morals.  They must be honest and trustworthy.  These qualities are missing from Mr. Dennis Ward.

Awhile back, when Dennis was single, he was in love with a lovely lady and those feelings were reciprocal.  One of the reasons they broke up was that she wanted to go out in public but he refused.  A short while after they broke up he married someone else.

Very recently Dennis needed help which required a judge’s signature.  Dennis, with the morals of an alley cat, asked his old sweetheart for this help.  This act was illegal and immoral.

So here we are.  It’s Monday when judicial candidates will be chosen.  One can only pray that they remember Dennis Ward as the immoral user he truly is.

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2 Afghan Police Officers Found in Buffalo-area


Two Afghan police officers who skipped out of a training mission in the Washington, DC area were caught by federal agents right here in the Buffalo area.

The two men were at a training with the Drug Enforcement Administration in Quantico,Virginia last weekend.

On Saturday, they were in the Georgetown neighborhood of DC on a sightseeing trip with the group, when they bailed.
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ISIS Destroys Armenian Genocide Memorial Church in Der Zor

 ISIS destroyed the Armenian Genocide Memorial Church in Der Zor, news agencies in the Middle East reported.

Armenians commemorating the genocide at the Memorial Church on April 24, 2004. (Photo by Studio Ashnag)
Armenians commemorating the genocide at the Memorial Church on April 24, 2004. (Photo by Studio Ashnag)

The reports surfaced as Armenia was celebrating the 23rd anniversary of its independence on Sept. 21.

Armenia’s Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian issued a statement condemning the destruction of the church, which housed the remains of victims of the Armenian Genocide, calling it a “horrible barbarity.”

Nalbandian called upon the international community to cut the Islamic State’s sources of supply, support, and financing, and eradicate what it referred to as a disease that “threatened civilized mankind.”

The church was built in 1989-1990, and consecrated a year later. A genocide memorial and a museum housing remains of the victims of the genocide was also built in the church compound.

Thousands of Armenians from Syria and neighboring countries gathered at the memorial every year on April 24 to commemorate the genocide.

Many refer to Der Zor as the Auschwitz of the Armenian Genocide.

Hundreds of thousands of Armenians perished in Der Zor and the surrounding desert during the genocide. In summer 1916 alone, more than 200,000 Armenians, mostly women and children, were brutally massacred by Ottoman Turkish gendarmes and bands from the region.


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ISIS Has Targeted Pope Francis

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ISIS Reportedly Planning Terror Attack On Pope At Vatican, Security Increased

As ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, conquer huge swathes of land in Iraq and Syria, the risk of a terror attack on mainland Europe becomes more and more of a worry within the security and intelligence communities.

Various media outlets reported just this weekend that the latest target in the sights of ISIS is none other than Pope Francis at the Vatican.

A report in the Italian La Nazione publication on Saturday noted that the number of police officers patrolling St Peter’s Square, where the Pope addresses large crowds of people on Sundays and Wednesdays, has been majorly increased due to the potential threat.
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FBI Director’s Award Given to Jeff Tricoli

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We’ve been out of town for a few days to share a wonderful celebration with our son Jeff and his family.

Jeff was awarded a 2014 Director’s Award from the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Thursday.  He earned his award for Outstanding Cyber Investigation.  He and his team launched an investigation in 2012 into the ongoing theft of intellectual property that is costing the U.S. billions of dollars and millions of jobs.  Knowing that 50 – 80 percent of these cyber intrusions come from China, this investigation uncovered overwhelming proof that a portion of these damaging thefts are state-sponsored.

The unprecedented indictments of five Chinese Army officers engaged in the cyber theft of American corporate trade secrets and other proprietary information serves as a deterrent to future state-sponsored cyber attacks against U.S. interests.

God bless our son and all the other wonderful men and women who won Director’s Awards for their exemplary work.  Our nation is all the safer for their work.

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Largest Climate-Change March in History Unlikely to Convince Idiots


NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report) – A climate-change march that organizers claim was the largest on record is nevertheless unlikely to change the minds of idiots, a survey of America’s idiots reveals.

Despite bringing attention to a position that is embraced by more than ninety per cent of the world’s scientists, the People’s Climate March, which took place on Sunday in New York City, left a broad majority of the nation’s idiots unconvinced.

“Look, if hundreds of thousands of people want to march about something, it’s a free country,” said Carol Foyler, an idiot from Kenosha, Wisconsin. “But let me ask them something: if the climate is really getting warmer, why was it so cold up here last winter?”

Harland Dorrinson, an idiot from Hollywood, Florida, was also unmoved by the message of Sunday’s march. “What these marchers don’t realize is that the planet goes through natural cycles of heating and cooling,” he said. “Blaming people for global warming is like blaming dinosaurs for the ice age.”

Skepticism about scientists characterized many of the idiots’ remarks, including those of Tracy Klugian, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. “Those marchers are holding signs that say ‘Scientists this, scientists that,’ ” he said. “Well, how can scientists be sure that the Earth was colder thousands of years ago, when no one had invented a thermometer?”

Klugian said he was confident that, despite the impressive numbers for Sunday’s march, idiots would prevail in the ongoing climate-change debate. “At the end of the day, there are more people like us in Congress,” he said.

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Assembly Candidate Steve Meyer Committed to Strengthening Women’s Rights

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Says current Assemblyman out of step with priorities of district

            Steve Meyer, the Democratic candidate for state Assembly in the 146th district, held a press conference to highlight his unwavering support for the Women’s Equality Act and the Fair Pay Act. Meyer’s opponent, Assemblyman Ray Walter, has voted against both pieces of legislation.

“It’s a sad fact that we still need to address women’s equality in 2014,” said Meyer. “There’s no reason for women to earn less than men for the same work. Western New York families deserve a representative who will stand up for what’s right for women, and address this issue immediately.”

Ray Walter is clearly not representing us on these issues and has voted against both the Women’s Equality Act and the Fair Pay Act twice (A.8070 of 2013, A. 8070 of 2014, A.6130-A of 2012 A.5958 of 2013). He also voted against the Domestic Violence Escalation Prevention Act, which would keep guns out of the hands of convicted domestic abusers (A.6390 of 2014) and against legislation that would have raised the minimum wage to $9 per hour on Jan. 1, 2014, and indexed it to inflation (A.38-A of 2013).

Meyer supports raising the minimum wage and indexing it to inflation. Nearly 54 percent of the workers who would benefit from increasing New York’s minimum wage to $9 per hour are women.  When women succeed, families succeed, noted Meyer.

“Assemblyman Walter is clearly out of touch with what’s important to our families,” said Meyer. “He may claim he supports women’s equality, but his votes tell a completely different story. Actions speak louder than words, and he has yet to stand up for full equal rights for women.”

Steve Meyer is running for state Assembly to give a voice to the families of Western New York and because he believes they deserve more than what they’re getting from their elected officials. Along with making the Women’s Equality Act and the Fair Pay Act law, Meyer’s priorities include bringing good-paying jobs to Western New York, tax cuts for working families, ethics reform and investing in education.

Photographs from the event are appended on the next page and can be found on the Steve Meyer for Assembly Facebook Page. A video of the press conference will be available soon on Steve’s YouTube channel:

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College Democrats of New York Fundraiser

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There is an upcoming College Democrats event on Wednesday, September 24 from 5:30-7:30 pm at Dandelion’s Restaurant in Amherst.  The College Democrats haven’t had a WNY area event in quite some time, and we are hoping to pack the room with college students, elected officials, candidates and committees.
I hope you will consider attending and look forward to seeing you there.
Marc Cohen

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Fox News Reports: Intruder in White House For Nearly Six Years

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WASHINGTON – An intruder gained entry to the White House in January of 2009 and has remained there for nearly six years, Fox News reported on Sunday.

The fact that that the intruder not only managed to somehow get inside the presidential residence but also has continued to live there for years “strains credulity,” said Fox host Sean Hannity.

“He has remained there despite all of our best efforts to remove him,” Hannity said.

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Queen Accepts Scotland’s Apology

LONDON (The Borowitz Report) – In the aftermath of Scotland’s “no” vote in the referendum on becoming an independent country, Queen Elizabeth II, of Great Britain, took to the airwaves on Friday morning to inform the people of Scotland that she “graciously and wholeheartedly” accepted their apology.

“Although the matter of independence has been settled, one question remains very much open,” she said in an address televised across Scotland. “And my answer to that question is this: yes, I forgive you.”

The Queen made only scant reference to her obscenity-laden tirade on Thursday, in which she reamed the Scots for even considering breaking away from the United Kingdom.

“Like any parent with a naughty child, I became a little cross,” she said. “I forgive you for provoking me.”

The Queen ended Friday’s address to the Scottish people on a conciliatory note. “Let us all, each and every one of us, move forward now as one great nation, enjoying the benefits and the history of our glorious and historic union,” she said. “Even the forty-five percent of you who are wankers.”

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