Trump Could Win New York

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The New York delegation to the Republican National Convention got a pep talk this morning from one of Donald Trump’s more careful supporters, as Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, said it’s possible for Trump to beat the odds and carry the state in the November election.

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Reed, who endorsed Trump in the spring but who has urged the candidate to campaign with a more measured tone, began his address by excitedly noting that Trump was now officially the party’s nominee.

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In fact, Reed said, it’s even possible that Trump will win New York if his loyalists work hard enough – despite what the news media says.

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“Roll up your sleeves,” Reed said. “Do not give up hope.”
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Level the Playing Field

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The Buffalo Police are severely undermanned if we are ever attacked by any group.  Groups usually carry high powered rifles.  The police union is asking the city fathers to consider allowing our police to carry the same type of weapons.

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Day One of the GOP Convention: Plagiarism, smoke shows and lots of Benghazi 

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Melania Trump is under fire after appearing to plagiarize part of Michelle Obama’s 2008 convention speech. Watch video comparing the two speeches.

Speakers talked Benghazi under the banner of the night’s theme: “Make America Safe Again.” But perhaps the highlight of the night was when Donald Trump entered to introduce his wife — though a cloud of smoke.

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BPO, Shakespeare in Delaware Park, Present Free Performance Tonight

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The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Shakespeare in Delaware Park will present a free performance at 7 PM Tuesday, July 19, on the brand-new Shakespeare in Delaware Park stage on Shakespeare Hill in Delaware Park. Excellent opportunities for photos and video exist.

This concert is part of the global commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Stefan Sanders will lead music inspired by Shakespeare’s works, including Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet,” Purcell’s “The Fairy Queen” suite, and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Mendelssohn. Actors from Shakespeare in Delaware Park will perform scenes from “Romeo and Juliet” and from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

The free event is sponsored by Gibraltar and by Delaware District Councilmember Joel Feroleto, with support from Gurney Becker and Bourne, Brian Parisi Copier Systems, and an anonymous friend of the BPO.

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How Mr. Gillert “Requisitioned” A Bus And Planned For The Town To Pay For It

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“Requisition” a bus, don’t pay for it, give your group of members of the Imagine Amherst Committee and members of the Building Department a ride to see the areas in Amherst which will be built up to have more density. Areas like where the Manhattan Bagel is now standing.  Yep, that sounds like a plan.

Imagine Amherst, a project being developed by our planning Planning Department, is going to add more buildings around present day structures.  This would add more customers and density.

The two culprits who “requisitioned” the bus, without permission from the Town Supervisor or the Town Board, were Mr. Eric Gillert, Director of the Planning Department, and his assistant Gary Black.

These two men, without following protocol, ordered a bus and then took a group of people on a tour of Amherst.  Mr. Gillert hasn’t turned in an invoice to pay for this bus. He also borrowed money from the Recreation Department to pay the bus company.

On July 20th he plans to hire another bus, at his own expense, to take a select group of people to view the areas of Amherst which will be changed.  This select group were invited when Gillert sent them postcard invitations.  He’s quite the man.

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7 Tuesdays In Island Park

7  Tuesdays In Island Park Starts Tonight!
 

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Williamsville Waterfall Looks a Bit Dry

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Hidden in the village of Williamsville lies Glen Falls. A quaint waterfall that runs off of Ellicott Creek. But the popular landmark looks a little different these days.

This summer has been abnormally dry. Most of Western New York has seen a moderate drought. While this has brought only brown lawns to most areas it’s having a greater impact on the village.

Mayor Brian Kulpa told News 4, ”Right now if you look down in the falls, you’ll see rock ledges that haven’t had water on them all summer!”

Glen Falls is drying up. Compared to years past the difference can be seen not only in the falls but the surrounding ponds.

He said, “We’re all banking on rain, here soon right? At some point somethings got to give.”
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An Indian Rape Survivor was Allegedly Raped Again by the Same Five Men

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A noose, symbolizing the death penalty, hangs at a candlelight vigil in December 2014 protesting violence against women on the second anniversary of the deadly gang rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi. 

A 20-year-old college student was found in the roadside bushes of a small northern Indian city last week, raped and left for dead. In the days afterward, a shocking possibility came to light: Her attackers may be the same five men who had raped her three years earlier but were out on bail. ws cycle, but the outcry is often muted when the victim belongs to a lower caste. The unnamed girl in this case is a Dalit, a term used to describe the lowest rungs of India’s caste system. Casteism is outlawed by India’s constitution, but the practice is widespread, especially in smaller towns and rural areas. The five men whom the girl’s family blames for the rapes belong to the upper castes.

They allegedly raped her again because she had been so steadfast in her case against them.

Heinous rape cases periodically find airtime in the Indian news.

According to local media interviews with the girl’s family, two of the five accused were arrested in 2013 after the first incident of rape but were let off on bail.

Family members said the attack last week was retaliation for not withdrawing the case. Instead of settling the matter in court, the five men had wanted to do so out of court, the victim’s family members said. The accused wanted to pay about $75,000, a great deal of money in a country where the average annual income hovers about $1,500, but the victim’s family members said they repeatedly rejected the offer.

“We had filed a case in the court for the arrest of the remaining three and re-arrest of the two out on bail. We were getting constant threats from the accused to reach a compromise outside the court, but we remained firm. That’s why they have attacked her again,” the victim’s brother told the Hindustan Times.

Rohtak, the place where the rape occurred, is outside Delhi, in a state known for its deeply chauvinistic attitudes and patriarchal prejudices — where male-dominated village councils often mete out their brand of misogynistic justice with impunity.

The victim’s family said this week that her attackers took her from outside her college, drugged her and raped her in a car.

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GOP Convention Protest Security: Tennis Balls Are Out, But Guns Are Allowed

Don’t bring tennis balls, metal-tipped umbrellas or water guns into the area where protesters will gather at next week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

But it’s OK to bring an AK.

That’s because Ohio is an “open carry” state where it is fully legal to walk down the street with a semiautomatic AK-47 or any other legally owned firearm. So the city of Cleveland was able to ban a host of items – such as big pieces of wood, long pieces of string and glass bottles – from the protest zone, but it could not ban guns.

That being the case, the Oath Keepers – a right-wing group that vows to “defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic” – plan to patrol the protest zone bearing arms. And the leader of the New Black Panther Party has said his group might arrive armed at a protest of police brutality.
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