President Donald J. Trump warns North Korea. “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea,” he said in his address to the UN General Assembly, prompting gasps from the assembled world leaders.
Today's NY Post editorial begins with this, "If Mayor de Blasio wins a second term this November, it’s a safe bet that he’ll spend even less of it doing his job than he has these last four years — and more of it chasing his out-of-town ambitions."
The woman only knows how to pour salt on an open wound. I have said many times in this blog that Hillary should just go away, and I really so not want to cover anything she says or does. But to imply that the tragic deaths of Ambassador Stevens, Tyrone Woods, Glen Dougherty and Sean Smith hurt her politically is beyond outrageous. Shame on you Hillary Clinton! This pours more salt on our nation's open wound.
Today is Primary Day, check your local Board of Elections to find out if you are eligible to vote. If you are not registered in any political party, you can vote in a Reform Party primary if there is one in your district. In NYC, you can vote for Nicole Mallitokas in the Reform Party Primary if you are not enrolled in a political party.
Good news for those of us who value life! NY High Court Rejects Constitutional Right to Assisted Suicide. New York's highest court rejected the argument Wednesday that mentally competent, terminally ill patients have a constitutional right to physician-assisted suicide, upholding lower court rulings.
Progressive leftist have little or no respect for the rule of law, for example, Mayor de Blasio insists that NYC will continue to support people who rely on DACA even as Trump axes the program while Cuomo and Schneiderman vow New York will sue Trump over move to end DACA.
Unbelievable! All I will say is that pride comes before the fall and that the NY Post is correct in calling Mayor de Blasio a jerk.
The headline reads "Mayor de Blasio signs bill to hike cigarette pack price to $13 minimum, reduce smoking" but it should read, "Mayor de Blasio signs bill to help the black market by hiking the cost of a pack of cigarettes to $13 minimum." This article is from 2010 and nothing has been done to change the situation, except the Mayor's action yesterday which will only increase black market sales...and fund terrorism.
Two articles regarding the de Blasio Administration are quite concerning, both show how mismanaged New York City is under his leadership. First, taxpayers will have to replace 36,000 smartphones issued to the NYPD and second, the Education Department failed to track $84 million for disabled students. Here is Assemblywoman Malliotakis taking the Mayor to task on his lack of accountability.
Jeremiah Kittredge, writes in today's NY Post, that there is fresh proof that de Blasio’s war on charters hurts kids.
Maybe the solar eclipse is responsible, perhaps it is years of being politically correct, but the latest bizarre example of the phenomena of removing and toppling statutes has reached the apex of absurdity with the removal, by ESPN, of Robert Lee as the announcer of the UVA game.
What has happened to our republic? When was it hijacked by left-leaning political leaders who are exercising what amounts to mob rule? This phenomena of removing and toppling statutes that have been the symbol of our history for years, albeit, they is no movement to remove statutes of left-wing icons who works are appalling (Margaret Sanger comes to mind; so does Franklin Delano Roosevelt.)
You know one is an influential person when the New York Times writes their obituary. On Saturday, both the NY Times, the Washing Post and Politico wrote about the death of Arthur J. Finkelstein, a man who changed the world. Craig Shirley wrote, in January of this year - after learning of his being ill - this moving tribute to Arthur. Conservatives mourn the loss of Arthur and we know this, Arthur's legacy as a political consultant and his personal dedication to his "kids" is one that conservatives celebrate. Rest in peace, Arthur.