I strongly encourage the Watertown Daily Times to withdraw its public support for Elise Stefanik based on her efforts to disavow the results of the presidential election. Her support for Donald Trump’s continued insistence that he won the election and his claim the results were fraudulent is… Read More ⇒

I think that knowing U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s support of the U.S. Constitution and her position regarding law enforcement, the congresswoman should support articles of impeachment in the U.S. House of Representatives when they are brought to the floor. Read More ⇒

On January 1, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi proposed that these terms to be struck from clause 8(c)(3) of Rule XXIII of the House’s Code of Official Conduct: “father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, … nephew, niece, husband, wife, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in… Read More ⇒

Jan. 6 was an appalling and disturbing day in the history of our republic due to the actions of a demagogue that resulted not only in disruption but also tragedy. Yet much occurred on that same day that showed our democracy shining strongly. Read More ⇒

I am disappointed that the Watertown Daily Times has become a newspaper that has clearly decided that sucking up to Elise Stefanik is more important than being a serious news organization. Your article informing us that Elise and her staff are safe is no doubt heartwarming to their families … Read More ⇒

Regarding her objection to the certification of the 2020 election, Elise Stefanik said “Article II and the 12th Amendment of the Constitution make clear that I have an obligation to act on this matter if I believe there are serious questions with respect to the presidential election.” That i… Read More ⇒

I am not often motivated to write a Letter from the People. However, ever since the presidential election, actions on the part of U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik have been so egregious that they need to be called out my me and others in a public way. Not to do so would be evading our responsibility… Read More ⇒

I’m reading about a crackpot meeting between President Donald Trump; his discredited former security adviser, Gen. Michael Flynn; and the treason-spouting attorney Sidney Powell in which, I’m told, a nefarious scheme for declaring martial law in the election swing states to repeat the electi… Read More ⇒

Given the stridency of U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s call for an investigation of sexual harassment charges against Gov. Andrew Cuomo (“The people of New York deserve a governor …”), I’m left to wonder why the congresswoman has never raised her voice regarding the numerous similar charges lodge… Read More ⇒

Mark Helmer recently wrote a letter with reference to U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik (Dec. 12, “Does Stefanik believe claims of voter fraud?”), feeling that she should be “pinned to the wall” concerning voter fraud and a threat to the democracy. I would like to ask how Mr. Helmer would feel if he … Read More ⇒

No sooner did the voters of 21st Congressional District re-elect U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik than she files an amicus brief in support of the Texas lawsuit that sought to have the U.S. Supreme Court invalidate the presidential election in four states. Of course, the case was without merit and w… Read More ⇒

Due to the bricks of our military service personnel not adhering to the Pierrepont Veterans Monument, our committee has sought out ways to keep the bricks on permanently. Many different ideas have been suggested and researched. The best solution to date has come from the bricklayers union: f… Read More ⇒

I’m writing to discuss the Watertown Daily Times’s endorsement of U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik in this election and her endorsement of the Texas attorney general’s lawsuit to overturn the election results in four states. You should follow the example of the Orlando Sentinel, which also endorsed … Read More ⇒

The Watertown Daily Times has published many significant articles and letters discussing the presidential election and U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s win. The topics in many articles are President Donald Trump’s obsession with losing the election and his false claims of voter fraud, the current … Read More ⇒

My neighbors and family are outraged that U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik signed onto a lawsuit against states other than New York concerning the election outcome of President Donald Trump re-election loss. Republicans are certainly within their rights to disagree with Joe Biden and to challenge de… Read More ⇒

The Watertown Daily Times ran an article on Nov. 30 by Tatiana Schlossberg of the Washington Post titled “An unusual snack for cows, a powerful fix for climate.” Ms. Schlossberg wrote that feeding domesticated ruminants two varieties of crimson submarine grass has been scientifically proven … Read More ⇒

If a military leader of any rank cost a quarter of a million American lives because of incompetence, he would be court martialed! President Donald Trump, the military’s commander in chief, is being busted back to a private citizen in a couple of months because of his term being canceled. Read More ⇒

Today’s Republican Party is our own worst enemy. For the past six years, the Mitt Romneys and RINOs of the party were against what President Donald Trump was working to achieve: a country with integrity and an example of how civil societies should be managed. Read More ⇒

It has been 10 years since my grandfather Warren C. Dean passed away. He was the voice of the north country when it came to gardening and talking about the family and daily routines. He very much enjoyed the people who lived in the area, and you would often see him sitting in his front yard … Read More ⇒

I want to thank the local businesses offering curbside service. They have done this to keep us safe although there must be added expenses for the additional employees needed to shop for the items we order, for bringing them out and loading them in our vehicles. With all this extra service, t… Read More ⇒

It is now beyond time for U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik and her congressional colleagues to urge President Donald Trump to allow former Vice President Joe Biden and his team to be briefed on national security, the novel coronavirus and other issues relevant to a possible transfer of power. Such a… Read More ⇒

A recent news story addressed the idea that the north country was previously considered purple on the political spectrum but has increasingly trended red in the latest elections. The general election this year seemed to confirm that messaging from the right is resonating inside and outside N… Read More ⇒