Crusaders not hot on Fiji

first_imgPhoto by: GETTY IMAGES (Caption: Sam Whitelock led the Crusaders to their first Super Rugby title since 2008, when they beat the Lions 25-17 in Johannesburg) Exactly where the Super Rugby champions will play their matches in 2018 has yet to be made public, although chief executive Hamish Riach has already declared the competition schedule, released by Sanzaar last week, isn’t conducive to his club transferring a fixture to the Fijian capital of Suva.When the Chiefs transferred their “home” games against the Crusaders to Suva for the last two years, they did so in the knowledge that the Fijian government would invest around $1.6 million.Both teams were paid a fee, with the Chiefs, having taken the game away from Hamilton, getting a bigger slice which was understood to be worth more than what they would earn from playing in front of a sold-out FMG Stadium.The Chiefs have confirmed they won’t return to Suva.  Riach doesn’t seem keen on the concept, either.”We don’t think there is an opportunity for us in 2018,” Riach said. “The way the draw is, the opportunity to do something like that is very limited – so not likely.”And remember that taking the game away requires the promoters to give us that opportunity as well. It is not something we are completely in the driver’s seat for.”With the competition format reduced to 15 teams following the dumping of the Force, Cheetahs and Kings, each team will play 16 matches split on a home and away basis. The vagaries of the draw mean the Crusaders will not play the Reds or the Sharks.Given coach Scott Robertson is likely to have around 12 All Blacks in his squad, possibly more, travelling to Fiji may not appeal for those facing a busy travel schedule for test matches later in the season.This scenario was played out in 2015 when star five-eighth Dan Carter said he disagreed with Crusaders’ board’s plan to shift a game against the Hurricanes to Suva. In the end it was played in Nelson.None of the New Zealand teams have revealed what venues they will use in 2018. Riach said this was because they wanted Sanzaar to release the draw as soon as possible, given there has already been a delay due to the saga involving the removal of the Force. All teams are in the process of booking venues.”We felt it was much better for the public to see the draw, rather than wait for a further period of time.”Robertson said he has already signed “90 per cent” of his squad for next year. He is aiming to add depth with a third first five-eighth, a third openside flanker and a utility back capable of covering No 10, 12 and 15.The Crusaders’ charge to their first title win since 2008 should also add some zing to the balance sheet. Riach didn’t talk numbers, but given his organisation was awarded around $137,000 appearance fee by the Lions, as required under Sanzaar rules, for playing the final in Johannesburg the digits in black ink should be reasonable.There was no winner’s cheque following the final in Jo’burg.”We have had a pretty solid year, absolutely helped by going deep into the competition,” Riach said. “But not by winning the title per se. That is what the rules are, I have long since given up worrying about that.”last_img read more

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Justice Ja’neh Sets Srimex Tax Appeal Record Straight

first_imgThe embattled Associate Justice, Kabineh Ja’nehContrary to a recent newspaper reports, Supreme Court Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh has clarified that when he presided as Chamber Justice, at no time did he halt the Tax Court’s efforts to force the payment of US$190,800 as oil and gas company Srimex’s tax obligation to government.The Daily Observer reported in its back page story dated April 12, under the caption: “Srimex Oil Company Reneges over US$143K Tax Evasion,” that “Three years after then Justice in Chamber of the Supreme Court, Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh, halted Tax Court efforts to force the payment of US$190,800 as oil and gas company Srimex’s tax obligation to government, the company is yet to settle its responsibility, court documents revealed.” According to Justice Ja’neh, no chamber justice has the authority under the law to stop a court from enforcing its decision against a person or entity accused of breaking the law.He said it is the Full Bench of the Supreme Court that is clothed with the legal authority to take such a decision.On the Srimex issue, Justice Ja’neh explained that the company filed an appeal against then Judge Eva Mappy Morgan’s ruling, which appeal is pending before the full bench to make a determination.He said not a single chamber justice by law can decide an appeal filed to the Supreme Court.Justice Ja’neh meanwhile advised journalists to seek clarity from court documents before publishing a story emanating from the court.“The documents are there so you have to check them properly. And if there is any concern, ask any of us justices to balance your information,” Justice Ja’neh told the court reporters. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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“FAO Committed to Achieving Sustainable Agriculture”

first_imgL-R FAO Rep. Njie, Minister Flomo and EU Program Manager Hubertus Blom -FAO RepAt a recent technical review and validation meeting held in Monrovia for the second generation of the National Agriculture Investment Plan (NAIP) of Liberia, known as Liberia Agriculture Sector Investment Plan (LASIP) II, the Country Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Mariatou Njie, re-emphasized her organization commitment in working with the government and her partners to achieve sustainable agriculture, forestry, fisheries, livestock for food  and nutrition security enhancement in the country.The two-day technical meeting was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) with funding from the Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS) and supported by the EU/FAO partnership Food and Nutrition Security Impact Resilience Sustainability and Transformation (FIRST).Njie said that gathering of agricultural sector partners to formulate the LASIP-II is a clear manifestation of the commitment of the government for meeting the Malabo Declaration and the importance it places on transforming the sector in achieving food self-sufficiency.“FAO, as ECOWAS’ key partner, has been and is still actively involved in the process at regional level and in member countries, using the ECOWAS as entry point to provide technical support,” she said.The FAO Head of Mission stated that the Liberian government through the MoA in consultation with key stakeholders drafted the LASIP II which a comprehensive investment plan for the overall sector in 2017.The plan, according to her, integrates food security and nutrition; the development of competitive agricultural value chains; natural resources management; research and development as well as institutional strengthening.“Through LASIP II, the government of Liberia is paving the way for ending hunger by 2025 as committed by Heads of States and Governments of the African Union in the Malabo Declaration on  “Accelerated Agricultural Growth and Transformation for shared prosperity and improved Livelihoods,” she added.The FAO Representative urged stakeholders to ensure that the Investment Plan is relevant to meeting the emerging global and regional initiative initiatives. She mentioned that in doing so, the implementation of the plan would require commitment, harmonization, alignment, coordination, accountability and political will.She said that FAO as a key partner to the government in the agriculture sector is already working on supporting urban agriculture, forestry, the management of natural resources through the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT) of Land, Forestry and Fisheries in the Context of National Food Security, improved crop and livestock production, development of aqua-culture, improvement of informed decision making with the revamp of the agriculture statistics as well as the planned support for the establishment of food and nutrition security information system.In his opening remarks during the workshop, the Minister of Agriculture Dr. Mogana S. Flomo, thanked the partners for their commitment in working with the government to achieve its Pro-poor agenda.Dr. Mogana added that the government priority to improve the lives of its citizens cannot be achieved without investing in the agriculture sector. He added that one of the top priorities for the government is to eradicate poverty and achieve food security; in doing so agriculture should not be underestimated.European Union (EU) Program Manager,  Hubertus Blom, said that agriculture development is one of the foundation the EU is built on, “this is one of the reasons the EU has committed itself in supporting the government achieve its development priorities.”Mr. Blom added that the EU is actively supporting the CAADP that provides the overarching goals and targets for agricultural development over the 2015-2025 period.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Supreme Court Writ of Prohibition ‘Violates Legislative Privilege’ over Ja’neh’s Impeachment

first_imgThe majority senators’ (respondents) return was submitted by senators who voted for the amendment of Rule 63 of the Senate’s standing rule of March 30, 2009, by and through their counsel, Frederick D. Cherue of the Dugbor Law Firm, and Grand Cape Mount County Senator H. Varney G. Sherman.-Senators argue, defending their amendment of Rule #63 Majority members of the Senate have termed the Supreme Court’s latest action as a “violation” of the privilege guaranteed by the Legislature under Article 42 of the Constitution by its citation to members of the Senate to appear before it to show cause why the court should not grant four of their colleagues’ request to declare the Amendment of Rule 63 of the Senate Standing Rule unconstitutional.The majority senators’ charged  that to name each of them as individuals in the Petition (lawsuit) citing them to appear before the Court was also tantamount to holding them personally accountable and that it is a violation of the privilege guaranteed by Article 42 of the Constitution.The Respondents’ (Senators) Return was submitted by senators who voted for the amendment of Rule 63 of the Senate’s standing rule of March 30, 2009, by and through their counsel, Cllr. Frederick D. Cherue of the Dugbor Law Firm and Grand Cape Mount County Senator Cllr. H. Varney G. Sherman, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.In their return, the Majority senators contended that the Legislative Privilege/Immunity Clause of the Constitution (Article 42 thereof) clearly provides in part that: “All official acts are done or performed and all statements made in the Chambers of the Legislature shall be privileged, and no legislator shall be held accountable or punished therefor.”Their disagreement with the citation came almost immediately following the four senators’ petition to  the Court to declare unconstitutional, the adoption and amendment of the procedure to enable them to conduct  hearings on the impeachment of suspended Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh, because, according to them there was no such procedure at the Senate prior to the impeachment of Justice Ja’neh by the House of Representatives.”The four senators, including Conmany B. Wesseh, Daniel Flomo Naatehn, Milton Teahjay, and Oscar Cooper later asked the court to declare their majority colleagues’ decision “unconstitutional.” Based on the averments of the Petition, the court cited the lawmakers to appear before it to hear and determine the matter, which the majority senators consider a “violation” of the legislative privilege.According to the majority senators, legislative (parliamentary) privilege is universally recognized. “In recognition of this universal principle,” they maintained that, when “the proceeding is pursued before this Honorable Court to determine the constitutionality of a law or any action of the Legislature, no legislator is named to be personally liable.”They likewise cite, for their argument, the Constitutionality of Sections 12.5 and 12.6 of the Judiciary Law, Approved May 10, 1972, 24 LLR 37 (1975).“Imagine what it would have been like had this Honorable Court, in 1975, held legislators of 1972, who enacted this section of the Judiciary Law, accountable and required them to appear and defend the constitutionality of Sections 12.5 and 12.6 of the Judiciary Law,” the senators wondered.They again argued that the mere title of the lawsuit, “The Constitutionality of the Amendment of the Senate Rules to Provide for Impeachment”, does not by itself confer jurisdiction on the Supreme Court.The senators said the Court does not have jurisdiction over the subject matter of the petition, because of the manner in which the Liberian Senate amended Rule 63 of the “Senate Standing Rules,” which was validated and approved by the 52nd Legislature on Monday, March 30, 2009 during the 2nd Day Sitting of the Session of the Senate.They argued that the original and inherent power of the Senate to promulgate the Senate Standing Rules is found at Article 38 of the 1986 Constitution, which provides in part that: “Each House shall adopt its own rules of procedure. …”. The only exception is that: “All rules adopted by the Legislature shall conform to the requirements of due process of law laid down in this Constitution.”The senators said Article 75 of the same 1986 Constitution vests in the Supreme Court the power to “make rules of court for the purpose of regulating the practice in which cases shall be commenced and heard before it and all other subordinate courts.”This latter provision of the 1986 Constitution, they argued, also empowers the Supreme Court to “… prescribe such code of conduct for lawyers appearing before it and all other subordinate courts as may be necessary for the proper discharge of the courts’ functions.”The only exception that the 1986 Constitution makes is that: “Such rules and code, however, shall not contravene any statutory provision or any provisions of this Constitution.”The senators, meanwhile, maintained that the only time that judicial intervention (the power of judicial review) may be exercised by the Supreme Court in respect of the rule-making power of the Legislature is where one or more of those rules do not “conform to the requirements of due process of law.”They also argued that the petitioners (four senators) petition claim that a portion of the Senate’s amendment of Rule 63 of the Senate Standing Rules does not “conform to the requirements of due process of law.”They also agreed to the power of the Supreme Court to decide the constitutionality of legislative acts and executive actions, “insofar as the issue of determination of the constitutionality of a legislative act is concerned, legislative immunity/privilege is applicable and individual members of the Legislature shall not be made to account for their personal conduct during legislative business and proceedings.”In their response, the senators also reminded the court of their colleagues’ plea to declare unconstitutional acts of the Legislature, “this Honorable Court has held that it will be very cautious in disposing of such plea.”“In a more recent case on the same subject,” the senators said, “this Honorable Court held that it will declare an act of the Legislature unconstitutional only with the greatest possible caution and reluctance. “The senators reminded the Supreme Court Justices about past decision where it had refused to declare the act of the Legislature unconstitutional. “So, for this flimsy and meritless Petition, we ask that your Honors not depart from this standard set by yourselves that you will not disturb an act of the Legislature and declare it unconstitutional merely because a petitioner asks you to.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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December 6th Community Events Photos

first_imgThe Fort St. John Huskies, as well as over 100 volunteers, get ready to go door to door for the Annual “Fill the Bus” Campaign.                                                                                   Pictures: Amber Davy  Volunteers seperate donated non-perishable food items into boxes to fill the Huskies bus. The food wil be donated to the Salvation Army Food Drive                                                 Picture: Amber DavyThe goal for the Huskies Food Drive was to fill the bus with over 18,000 lb’s of donated food. They beat that goal by collecting over 19,990 lb’s of non-perishable food for the Salvation Army.                                                                                                                                Picture: Amber Davy            – Advertisement –last_img read more

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On the verge of history, Gor eye USM scalp

first_imgGor would have wrapped up the Group Stage campaign on August 19 with at least a draw against Rayon, but the 2-1 loss at home meant they have to endure the last day jitters.Heading into the final round of matches, Gor sit at the top with eight points, same as second placed USM Alger while Rayon are third with six while Yanga sit bottom with four points.An outright win will mean Gor sail through to the quarter finals regardless of whatever result Rayon post against Yanga but a loss would mean they have to hope beyond hope that Yanga, who have nothing to gain or lose, produce a shock in Kigali against Yanga.The Gor Mahia team that started their CAF Confederations Cup tie against Rayon Sport at the Kasarani Stadium on August 18, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluA draw will also see Gor progress through to the next round.According to Rule 21 of the CAF rulebook;“In case of a tie between more than two teams at the end of the group matches, the teams will be using the following criteria as per the order listed below:21.1 The greatest number of points obtained in the matches between the concerned teams;21.2 The best goal difference in the matches between the concerned teams.21.3 The greatest number of goals scored in the matches between the concerned teams.21.4 The greatest number of away goals scored in the matches between the concerned  In this case,All three teams will be tied on head to head, and the tie breaker will be on goal difference.In this case, Gor and Rayon will go through as they will have a better goal difference than USM.Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr waves on the touchline during the CAF Confederations Cup tie against Rayon Sport at the Kasarani Stadium on August 18, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“We know it is a tough call playing in North Africa looking at the history with Kenyan clubs, but we are going there to try and run our race. We will fight to the last drop of sweat and we are prepared to do our best and get a result,” Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr said ahead of the tie.Gor ran USM close when the two sides met in the first leg and a tale of missed chances at a rain-soaked Moi Sports Centre Kasarani, never mention they had to play most of the second half with 10 men summarized their frustration.The Kenyan champions walk into Algeria with some confidence that the Algerians are actually beatable. They beat Yanga 5-0, but the Tanzanians revenged with a shock 2-1 result in Dar es Salaam. Rayon Sport picked a point in their turf and Gor will feel they can do the same on Wednesday.“We just need to keep to our plan and play with confidence. These players can achieve so much with the potential we have and if we get things right, we can get a result at USM. It doesn’t matter what history says,” a defiant Kerr said.Gor’s last sojourn to North Africa was early this year in the Champions League when they lost out 1-0 to Esperance, a game that Kerr maintains they should have won.Gor Mahia’s Jacques Tuyisenge vies for the ball with USM Alger’s Mohammed Bekhenmassa during a CAF Confederation Cup match at the Kasarani Stadium on May 16, 20`18. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaThat performance coming at a time when the squad was still finding its feet in the season will be an enough confidence boost for the record Kenyan champions.Skipper Harun Shakava has issued a rallying call to his charges.“We have to believe in ourselves. We have a golden chance to make it to the quarters and create history. This is our chance and we will grab it,” the captain said.Gor rested his entire first team squad for their last two league games, but the whole team had a training session at Kasarani before the derby last Sunday.“I wanted to bring a sense of togetherness in the team to show that we are all one. Of course many people questioned my fielding for the derby, but I had a choice to make. I am hoping we will be strong and fresh to play a good game,” Kerr noted.The tactician has tinkered with his squad with goalkeeper Fredrick Odhiambo rewarded with a place in the team after two stellar performances against Sofapaka and AFC Leopards.With first choice keeper Boniface Oluoch returning from injury, Shabaan Odhoji who started against Yanga is dropped for the tie alongside right back Wellington Ochieng.Gor Mahia fullback Karim Nizigiyimana passes the ball during a training session at teh Camp Toyoyo Ground on September 7, 2017. Photo/TIMOTHY OLOBULUKarim Nizigiyimana who has played consecutive games against Chemelil, Sofapaka and AFC leopards and done well might be trusted to man the right side of defense while Philemon Otieno will keep up with his patch-up work at left back.“We have a huge task ahead of us but I know we can do it. We have a good squad and everyone believes in himself, the coach believes in us and we have to deliver. If given a chance I will do my all on the pitch to ensure we qualify,” Nizigiyimana who has missed a considerable part of the season with injury said.The charge for goals will be led by Jacques Tuyisenge and Francis Mustafa who combined for Gor’s lone goal against Rayon Sport.The match will kick off at 4pm EAT, concurrently with the Rayon v Yanga tie in Kigali.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia striker Francis Mustafa celebrates his goal against Rayon Sport during a CAF Confederations Cup tie at the Kasarani Stadium on August 18, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 28 – Gor Mahia arrived in Algiers, Algeria on Tuesday evening, just less than 24 hours before facing hosts USM Alger in a crucial CAF Confederations Cup tie, one that puts them on the doorstep of history.Culminating in a fine season where K’Ogalo have managed to wrap up their 17th Kenyan Premier League title with six matches to spare and done considerably well on the continent, they are hugely careful not to drop the pot at the doorstep.last_img

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Liverpool sweating over Salah strain

first_img0Shares0000He was, however, replaced by Georginio Wijnaldum as a precaution on 53 minutes after feeling a slight strain.LONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 5 – Liverpool will assess an injury sustained by Mohamed Salah during Liverpool’s 3-0 demolition of Manchester City on Wednesday night.Salah opened the scoring at Anfield after just 12 minutes and also set up the third goal scored by Sadio Mane. He was, however, replaced by Georginio Wijnaldum as a precaution on 53 minutes after feeling a slight strain.Speaking after the match Jurgen Klopp told his post-match press conference: “I don’t know in the moment.“He came to the sideline and said he feels sometimes something; for me, that was enough for me to not even ask the Doc how he was, we immediately took him off the pitch.“After the game I asked him and he said, ‘I will be good, it will be fine’. But now we have to wait for the real diagnosis, not Mo’s self-diagnosis.“We will see, I don’t know at the moment.”Jordan Henderson, meanwhile, will definitely miss the second leg next week after picking up a late yellow card.Klopp added: “Obviously since I’m here, [there is] nothing good without a little bit bad. Hendo is suspended – not too cool.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Malibu beach bought with public funds stays private

first_imgHowever, the only people who have had access are adjacent property owners that include Michael Eisner, former chief executive of Walt Disney Co., and Gregory J. Bonann, co-creator of the “Baywatch” television series. State officials have offered hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years to build a public stairway to the beach, including a state grant of $700,000. The county used the money instead to improve access to Dan Block Beach down the coast. Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who represents the area, said the county’s decision not to open the beach had nothing to do with neighborhood opposition. Yaroslavsky said he is a strong proponent of public access to beaches and even told Eisner personally that “we are not going to sell it.” “It’s an issue of money,” Yaroslavsky said, adding that state funds were better used elsewhere. Eisner, through a spokesman, denied he was involved in efforts to purchase El Sol and declined to comment further. By The Associated Press MALIBU – A beach that’s supposed to be open to the public remains locked behind a barbed-wire fence with no-trespassing signs, serving instead as a private enclave for rich and famous property owners who live nearby. El Sol County Beach was purchased 30 years ago with taxpayer dollars but has remained closed to the public ever since. At the time county officials promised the beach would be used “for public recreation in perpetuity.” The county applied for state park bond money to purchase the land for the public beach in 1974. “When improved it will provide an excellent location for swimming, sunbathing, surf fishing, surfing, scuba and skin diving and other water-related activities,” the application said. But the county has repeatedly postponed opening the beach even as other pocket beaches were made public. El Sol neighbors mounted an aggressive campaign against opening the beach arguing that the public would harm the fragile environment and that the hillside was dangerously unstable. “The county … was very sympathetic to the Malibuvians and would not open the beach,” said Don Neuwirth, who then managed the California Coastal Commission’s coastal access program. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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West Brom January signing working hard to win over fans

first_img Callum McManaman in action for West Brom 1 West Brom’s January signing Callum McManaman is still working on winning the fans over after injury problems.The winger joined from Wigan in the winter window but has been held back from repaying Tony Pulis’ side because of a heel issue and illness.“I know Albion fans haven’t seen the best of me – I’ve shown glimpses but I’ve not got going yet,” McManaman said.“My heel was badly bruised underneath so when I put weight on it and ran the hard ground and studs make it worse. I did it in training after I joined, just before the Sunderland game, but it’s something I’ve played through in the last month. “I’ve also had the flu twice, which has been a nightmare too because I never get ill generally. Maybe the stress of moving for the first time didn’t help me but now I’m settled – I have a flat in Birmingham – and I think that will help me.“The international break will be important. They’re setting up a plan for me to help me get back up to the very highest standards of fitness I know I’m capable of.“At the moment I’m not fully where I want to be because of the niggle I’ve had but I’m getting closer all the time and I’m getting fitter. That international break will be the ideal time for me.”last_img read more

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Nasty-gram season

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! STEVE Westly is just an Arnold Schwarzenegger wannabe. Phil Angelides is a mean developer who is responsible for habitat destruction of small and defenseless animals. Jackie Speier is in Enron’s pocket. Those are just a few of the nasty-grams transmitted via television and radio advertisements and on slick mailers piling up dramatically in our mailboxes as the primary election campaigns wax toward Tuesday’s showdown. There are more many more messages out there individualized for every conceivable socio-political situation and for all the hundreds of state and local campaigns. And it only seems to get worse every election, which is sometimes as often as three times a year in California’s perpetual election cycle. Long-time political observers confirm that it’s not just a perception; campaign ads really are getting nastier as candidates to set themselves apart from their politically similar rivals. All the this mud flinging is enough to make a voter stay far away from the polls on Tuesday. It’s hard to see through the invective, innuendo and misrepresentation spewing from every conceivable source, particularly with all the slick tricks used to conceal and deceive. Wouldn’t it be a better use of time to haul all those flashy campaign mailers stacked in the hall. No, it wouldn’t. That’s just what the rich and powerful political players who decide who gets to run for office are counting on. Our state’s democracy suffers from extremely low turnout, and that works just fine for them. There’s no law that could or should be adopted under our fine U.S. Constitution to stop this flow of dishonest campaigning. There’s only one way to combat it, and that’s by voting. Only by participating in the demcoratic process can we hope to change it. So, even if it feels like a chore, we encourage all registerd voters to get. We can help: Take a few minutes to read the Daily News endorsements in the box below and online at http://www.dailynews.com/opinions/ci_3885435. We spent hours talking to individual candidates and slogging through their backgrounds, so you didn’t have to. Now, get ready to vote.last_img read more

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