A lot of politicians say they want to get people out to vote; sometimes you can't totally believe they really want that.
Anyone who has been as successful as I have should want to share those resources. Why not give some of it to charity?
Baseball has been my favorite sport all my life.
From the day I got out of school, I was looking for an idea.
I'm not possessed about owning the Buffalo Bills, just as I wasn't possessed about owning the Buffalo Sabres.
If we go by the National Popular Vote, we'll get more people voting.
If you have fewer teenagers having children, they could focus more on their vocational development.
In New York, the average total state and local tax burden is $5,260 for every man, woman and child. That's by far the highest in the country.
It struck me that most businesses have less than 100 employees, but most payroll services were going after bigger companies.
Like health care, education is something worth spending on and worth investing in, but we're spending more and getting less.
Most people don't understand the Electoral College; they don't know why it exists.
My original business plan? To work hard, get 300 clients in the Rochester area, and live happily ever after.
Politicians like to talk about incentives - for businesses to relocate, for example, or to get folks to buy local.
That's part of being an entrepreneur - you watch your pennies.
There are tremendous barriers to building housing. If we could break them down, the need for rent controls would go away.
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