Today is Inauguration Day, and all Americans have reason to celebrate. The peaceful transfer of power is a time-honored American tradition, and “the inauguration is a picture of our Constitution, proof that we are a nation based on representation, not royalty.”
Former Lt. Gov., Betsy McCaughey, opines on the ‘gag rule’ that keeps you in the dark on credit-card costs, in today's NY Post. We are pleased to let you know that Ms. McCaughey will be one of the speakers at our 50th Annual CPPAC on January 29 and 30 in the Radisson Hotel in Albany, NY. Click here for more information.
John Fund writes in National Review that Obama Is Using the Russians as an Excuse to Expand Federal Power over Elections.
Reuters' headline says it all, "New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stakes out progressive agenda."
Sen. Schumer just cannot help himself; he changes his opinion as often as the wind changes direction.
Mayor de Blasio continues to push the IDNYC cards but with changes, he will no longer retain any personal or background information from ID applicants. Shame on him! His first obligation is to keep the people living in New York City SAFE!
In case you missed Congressman Peter King last night on Fox News, here is what he said: Canceled intel briefing on alleged Russian interference in US election is 'disgraceful'.
Deroy Murdock explains (with a great sense of humor) how the KGB orchestrated Hillary Clinton’s defeat. Send this to every democrat who really thinks the Russian's influenced our election and maybe they will realize just how silly the Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi theories are.
NYC Councilmember Brad Lander got his bill passed, but, after seeing the results, would he consider repealing it? Doubt that he would, despite realizing it was a bad idea.
Wow, Assemblyman Gjonaj, just won re-election and already he is telling his constituents that he would rather be in the NYC Council. I guess to him, it really is all about the money.
Republican Lawsuit Forces NYC’s Hand on Identifications for Undocumented Immigrants. Kudoes to Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis and Assemblyman Ron Castorina for making a strong case that convinced Richmond County Supreme Court Justice Philip Minardo to order the city not follow through with longstanding plans to purge the files of municipal I.D. initiative. Of course, Mayor de Blasio is fighting back.
In 43 days we will no longer have to listen to the arrogant insulting remarks of Josh Earnest who has absolutely no concept of the sacrifices made by all our members of the Armed Services that have guaranteed his right to be an arrogant insulting White House Press Secretary.