• Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Walk Into a Bar….

    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump walk into a bar and grab a booth.

    Donald leans over, and with a smile on his face, says: The media is really tearing you apart for that scandal.

    Hillary: You mean the Mexican gun running?

    Trump: No, the other one.

    Hillary: You mean SEAL Team 6?

    Trump: No, the other one.

    Hillary: You mean the State Dept. Lying about Benghazi ?

    Trump: No, the other one.

    Hillary: You mean voter fraud?

    Trump: No, the other one.

    Hillary: You mean the military not getting their votes counted?

    Trump: No, the other one.

    Hillary: The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything else? Read more ›

     
  • Jack Kemp: The Bleeding-Heart Conservative Who Changed America

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    October 7, 2015

    Nationally acclaimed author and political commentator Mort Kondracke will be in Buffalo on Monday, October 12 to personally sign copies of his new book entitled: “Jack Kemp: The Bleeding-Heart Conservative Who Changed America”.

    Kondracke will sign books at 2pm at the First Niagara Center Gift Shop about one hour before the Sabres-Anaheim game. Also attending the book signing event will be Jimmy Kemp – Son of the late Buffalo congressman.

    Jimmy Kemp is President of the Jack Kemp Foundation – An educational organization based in Washington D.C.

    For further information contact Russ Gugino.   Russ Gugino Business Development Consultant BAK USA 716-440-9259

     
  • OUTRAGED

    Dear Buffalo Public Schools:

    I am the parent of a child that has previously attended Buffalo Public School #67 and a child that still attends school #67. Both of my children have been in Buffalo Public Schools at #67 since Pre-K. We live less than one tenth of a mile from the school. I remember how happy we were when our son got into school #67.

    Now I wish he hadn’t. I am absolutely OUTRAGED at what has happened to this school over the past 3 years. When my son started at #67 it was the neighborhood school that I hoped it would be. Kids from the neighborhood walked to school. Families knew each other and there was a sense of pride for our little neighborhood school. Read more ›

     
 
 
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