Daily Update

Michael Goodwin has another excellent column in today's NY Post -- part of which endorses our call for term limits and ending pensions for convicted felons.  Sign our petition demanding term limits here; and return it to:  NYS Conservative Party, 486 78th St., Brooklyn, NY 11209.  The more petitions we turn in, the louder our voice becomes. 

Ken Lovett writes in the NY Daily News that pols better get the message that corruption won't be tolerated.  Pols can stop the corruption with REAL REFORM:  Enact Term Limits Now.

The NY Daily News editorial laments that Sheldon Silver's "Silverites" enabled him and ends the editorial with " It’s only too bad there are term limits for convicted politicians.."  We must demand term limits for those in office, because obviously that body is not willing to stand up to the corruption right under their eyes. 

The Legislative Gazette states that voters say addressing corruption is a top priority.  Legislators have passed legislation that does not address the issue of ABSOLUTE POWER and as Lord Acton said, "Power corrupts;  absolute power corrupts absolutely."  Legislators must know that you demand term limits NOW.  Sign our petition and return to us at the above address.  The more we deliver to them; the louder our voice.

Todd Kiminsky is sworn in as Senator under the developing de Blasio cloud.

Who is telling the truth

Rest in Peace, Thomas Libous.

Wednesday's with Walter E. Williams.