Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Essays in The Daily Public, May through September 2015



SPEND THE MONEY, CLEAN THE WATER

published on Sep. 8, 2015 11pm
The economic benefits of clean water are manifest—so where’s the political will?

JOE BIDEN'S SEPTEMBER

published on Sep. 1, 2015 11pm
Hillary’s has a month to fix her image and Bernie’s support is thin—which is why Joe should run.

THE REAL RUNOFF: WATER QUALITY AND OUR FUTURE

published on Aug. 18, 2015 11pm
The fact that Toledo’s water troubles aren’t on Buffalo’s mind is no surprise. The silence on the Buffalo River’s water quality is remarkable.

BUFFALO'S REAL OPPORTUNITY

published on Aug. 5, 2015 12am
How climate change is already affecting water, food, and trade.

GREAT PARTIES, POOR ECONOMY

published on Jul. 28, 2015 11pm
We are poor—and those pesky fundamentals say the region’s economy needs more than parties and high spirits.

CANADIANS GET POLICY WONKS, WE GET WILMERS

published on Jun. 16, 2015 7pm
Canadian governments listen to policy wonks and thrive; here, powerbrokers like Bob Wilmers ignore them and we stagnate.

WHY WE SHOULD RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE

published on Jun. 9, 2015 1pm
The fight for a $15 minimum wage occasions a look at what it takes to live a reasonable life in our society.

CUOMO, TAX CREDITS, AND WASTE

published on May. 19, 2015 4pm
Governor Andrew Cuomo is smart on energy policy, stupid on schools.

JOSEPH JACOBS: NARRATIVES IN STONE

published on May. 13, 2015 1am
A reflection on the work of Joseph Jacobs, the renowned Tuscarora artist, who passed away earlier this month.

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