The election is over, but what do the outcomes mean? Now that the Election 2016 cycle has ended, we take a moment to examine results and the true outcome and impact to Monroe.
Our picks for the 2016 Monroe Election. Tuesday is right around the corner, so for those voting locally, these are our candidate selections for the Monroe Election along with your sample ballot.
OpEd: A Tale of Two Monroe Supervisors. MONROE: In less than one month, Monroe has begun the process of unwinding the mismanagement that its residents have suffered for nearly a decade under Monroe Supervisors Harley Doles and Sandy Leonard before him.
Why is Sean Patrick Maloney quiet about Kiryas Joel? Democratic and incumbent Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney won his 2014 campaign over Republican Nan Hayworth by one of the slimmest margins in the history of this district, and largely the result… Continue Reading
Epilogue: The Photo News & Comment Civility After our recent series on The Photo News and Comment Civility, I felt a follow-up to describe the outcomes of the situation was in order, and slightly overdue.
The Photo News Censorship & Moderation: Part 3 In our Part One & Part Two installments, we identified the techniques that are employed by The Photo News to censor and moderate their article comments, and how moderation is performed.
The Photo News Anonymity & Censorship: How-to Part 2 In the first part of our series on The Photo News Anonymity & Censorship, we focused on the brute-force method that The Photo News (TPN) has chosen to restrict comment: IP… Continue Reading
The Photo News Anonymity & Censorship: A How-To Series. In today’s edition of The Photo News of Monroe, Editor Bob Quinn provided his own commentary based on those who presented feedback. (Please see our recent piece on “The Photo News… Continue Reading