News & Updates

April 13, 2015

By Shaun Marie, on Apr 13, 2015

Michael Goodwin said it best yesterday when he wrote, "The real issue is Clinton fatigue, a national exhaustion from having been-there-done-that too many times. Her husband’s popularity counts for something, but she’s already milked that cow dry.'  Read more in his column here.

Weekly Wrap-Up

By Mike Long, on Apr 10, 2015

It’s about time…

Today, as the Washington Times notes, “Forty-seven victims of the Fort Hood massacre of 2009 will receive long-overdue medals… for their service to the nation — Purple Hearts for soldiers and Defense of Freedom medals for civilians.” The 13 people who were killed by Nidal Malik Hasan will be honored in memoriam, with their families accepting the honors.

April 9, 2015

By Shaun Marie, on Apr 9, 2015

Our featured guest speaker for our upcoming dinner, Carly Fiorina, does not hesitate to describe a situation honestly, as she does in this Time article.  "While California is clearly experiencing another drought, the extreme water shortages are an ongoing and man-made human tragedy — one that has been brought on by overzealous liberal environmentalists who continue to devalue the lives and livelihoods of California residents in pursuit of their own agenda.

April 8, 2015

By Shaun Marie, on Apr 8, 2015

ALEC - the American Legislative Exchange Council - has a new report out written by Arthur B. Laffer, Stephen Moore and Jonathan Williams and unfortunately, it does not have good news for the citizens of New York.  The 2015 economic outlook ranking is a forward-looking measure of how each state can expect to perform economically based on 15 policy areas that have proven, over time, to be the best determinants of economic success.  New York ranks dead last. 

April 7, 2015

By Shaun Marie, on Apr 7, 2015

E. J. McMahon writes in the City Journal how Albany squandered an unprecedented influx of cash on projects.