What’s next for Obamacare repeal? There are many possibilities, none of them completely satisfying. One thing is for sure: There's plenty of blame to go around...
Malliotakis demands de Blasio’s travel costs be released. Our readers had a heads up on this yesterday. Let your friends know they can be on top of the news by subscribing to our Daily Update, especially concerning the race for Mayor. We will do our best to let you know everything Assemblywoman Malliotakis is doing to better the lives of New York City residents.
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis is standing up for all New Yorker’s by filing a FOIA request for the cost of 21 separate trips Mayor de Blasio has made since March of 2014. Today’s New York Post editorial gives a sound reason why Mayor de Blasio is painting his rival, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, as a Trump clone.
The new Senate health care bill has been released. It looks like a compromise, to get it passed, if it passes, the real work begins with a Conference Committee.
Here is an excellent interview of our candidate for Mayor, Nicole Malliotakis on Fox Business News. Please do what you can to support Nicole Malliotakis. Tom Wrobleski writes in the Staten Island Advance how for Mayor de Blasio anywhere is better than City Hall. You can always stop by Assemblywoman Malliotakis website to read articles like this.
Mayor de Blasio really must live in his own world if he thinks that police union leaders politicized the assassination of Police Officer Miosotis Familia. “This was a major international gathering, the most important leaders in the world were there,” de Blasio said, pushing back against the idea that he has frequently traveled overseas.
The weekend was not a "good news weekend" for Mayor de Blasio, and he has no one to blame but himself. Here are a few of the articles etc. about his trip to Germany to bash our president: Malliotakis on Fox News; Jeanine Pirro on his jetting off; One News Now carried Ms. Pirro's remarks; Ed Mullings, head of the NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association; the NY Post editorial page (07072017); today's NY Post editorial page; and Townhall.com's Matt Vespa who combined some of the articles for a PR nightmare.
Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has national political ambitions, would be more likely to be successful if he understood the economic logic of democrat turned republican Governor of Missouri Eric Greitens decision to change the minimum wage. Gov. Greitens is allowing a republican passed bill to roll back the minimum wage from$10 an hour to $7.70. His reasoning is simple, “Politicians in St. Louis passed a bill that fails on both counts: it will kill jobs, and despite what you hear from liberals, it will take money out of people’s pockets.”
New Yorkers are still grieving the loss of Police Officer Miosotis Familia. Her sister believes that Mayor de Blasio is not doing enough to protect NY's Finest. Heather MacDonald writes in today's NY Post how politically fueled cop hatred has taken another innocent officer’s life. Bob McManus explains how our leaders are piling on the risks for cops. The NY Post calls Police Officer Miosotis Familia "a true New York heroine" in their editorial. Rest in peace Officer Miosotis Familia.
America celebrated her 241st birthday yesterday while Americans enjoyed the day with family and friends. Today our hearts are heavy with the news that another member of NY's Finest was assassinated while in her police patrol car. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Police Officer Miosotis Familia.
CUNY’s obscene pay hike for its top brass. Workers in private industry would love a 10% pay raise two years in a row.
Mayoral candidate: Everyone thinks NYPD fudges crime stats. Shortly after this morning's debate, Paul Massey dropped out of the mayoral race, leaving our candidate, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, as the leading contender for the GOP nod to run against Mayor de Blasio. Here is Assemblywoman's statement on Mr. Massey's withdrawal from the mayoral race.
Governor Cuomo is bringing the legislative members back, essentially to deal with mayoral control of the NYC school system...and whatever else the Governor may demand. Contact your Member of the Assembly (518-455-4100) or email them and let them know you do not want the new Tappan Zee Bridge called the Mario Cuomo Bridge.
Did you miss Chairman Long on Capitol Tonight last night. Don't worry, we have it here.
The Members of the Legislature have gone home for the time being. They will certainly return before January to deal with some of the issues -- Mayor de Blasio's control over NYC schools for example -- they left on the table.