Mountain Lake Journal - February 14, 2013
STATE OF THE UNION: The President uses his State of the Union Address to call on Congress to vote on several gun control proposals that face an uphill challenge on Capitol Hill.
GUN RALLY: A former political foe returns to Albany to take on Governor Cuomo and the State’s new gun law. Carl Paladino organized a huge protest on the lawn in front of the Capitol Building to protest NY SAFE ACT.
COURT BATTLE: After a week of contentious debate the Governor’s pick wins a seat on the state’s highest court. Senate Republicans had challenged Jenny Rivera’s experience and qualifications to sit on the New York State Court of Appeals.
TROOPER CHARGED: A New York State Trooper faces new rape charges after prosecutors say a third victims has come forward.
FIRE RESCUE: A fire victim from Malone shares his harrowing story of escape and praises the 3 police officers who saved his life.
TAKING FLIGHT: 2-years after announcing big plans to service jets and create hundreds of jobs in Plattsburgh, Laurentian Aerospace says it is looking for new investors and still believes its project may become a reality.
WINTER CARNIVAL: The front lawn of CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh turns into a winter wonderland for the 4th annual Sunrise Rotary Winter Carnival.
MADISON’S COMMANDERS: Author David Fitz-Enz has written a new book about the many incompetent military leaders President James Madison chose to fight the War of 1812. He joins us to talk about Hacks, Sycophants, Adventurers, and Heroes: Madison’s Commanders in the War of 1812.