News & Updates

June 11, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Jun 11, 2014

The huge win for students in California could have strong implications for New York's students. The Heritage Foundation has more on the ruling here.

June 10, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Jun 10, 2014

Great interview of Rob Astorino on WSJ.  Watch it here.

Governor Cuomo what do you have to say about this:  Conservative states have lower income inequality. 

June 9, 2013

By Shaun Marie, on Jun 9, 2014

Governor Andrew Cuomo keeps showing his true stripes.  This article gives you even more reasons to vote him out of office.  Here is just part of the article, "Those appointed get picked for the nine-year posts after a political process involving the governor and the Legislature, and the incumbent governor, Andrew Cuomo, has signalled that he will attempt to change the control of the Senate he needs for his appointees to be confirmed."  Does anyone, besides progressive activists

Weekly Wrap-Up

By Mike Long, on Jun 6, 2014

Today marks the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion – a day to honor World War II veterans and all who have served, and a time to reflect on America’s greatness.

June 5, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Jun 5, 2014

President Ronald Reagan left earth's confines 10 years ago today and of this, I am certain, Ronald W. Reagan would never negotiate a trade that gave the Taliban (determined to destroy the United States) their dream team back.  We will survive the lack of moral clarity from the current administration as we have survived previous calamities, because we can look at history and know that statesmen like President Reagan will come forward to lead this great country once again.  Rest in Peace, President Reagan.