Former Mayor Bloomberg, like so many self-made extremely rich businessmen lately, thinks he knows what is best for Americans. The former Nanny Mayor is seriously looking to run for president in 2020.
A must-see video: Conservatism vs. Progressivism
The Hill drops a bombshell: FBI email chain may provide most damning evidence of FISA abuses yet.
Kudos to the Daily Gazette, they understand the underlying problems with a pay raise that limits outside income. Editorial: Limiting outside income not the answer.
Another day, another democratic hope gains more support: Broad coalition created to push for NYC congestion tolls.
The NY Post editorial in today’s paper ends with this sentence, “If Cuomo intends to live up to his ‘fiscal conservative’ talk, it’s time to put his veto pen to work.”
We keep getting snippets of what the totally democratic controlled state legislature is willing to enact and unfortunately, it is going to cost taxpayers more and more of their hard-earned dollars.
The latest news from Albany is sure to make you wonder if there are any real consequences for breaking laws that fall into the felony categories. We understand the need for second chances, however, if people who have served their time were rehabilitated, we would not have had the need to pass the three strikes bill (even the current proposal for criminal justice reform, keeps a minimum of 25 years for 3 strikes).
Trump Is Leading the Way on Conservative Criminal Justice Reform. Here’s the Proposal. The Daily Signal looks at the Senate amendments to the House version of the Formerly Incarcerated Reenter Society Transformed Safely Transitioning Every Person (First Step Act).
Before the elections on Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo did not put forth what he hoped to accomplish in his third term, we now know his leftist agenda. Governor, the Republican majority passed ethics reform, what did you do to encourage Speaker Heastie to pass ethics reform? If I remember right, you claimed you passed the strongest ethics reform early in your first term …and we all know how well that turned out.
Election day is in the books. On the positive side, all the campaign commercials are over. New York City elected the Governor for the whole state and as the NY Post editorial points out, it is an empty victory; and upstate is now in the hands of progressive democrats who control both legislative houses as well as every state wide position
The NY Post editorial opined on Cuomo’s pre-election payoff to a major union. The editorial ends with this: “Cuomo’s excuse for staying off the campaign trail, even skipping the League of Women Voters debate in Albany last week, is that he’s too busy doing state business. Too busy making the state government do his business is more like it.”