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.
So, Mr. Mayor, when you over tax me to help others, will I be eligible to live here? The original rent was going to be $631 per room for non-homeless shelter rent, but because of you taxpayers will have to pay $1028 per room for a homeless shelter rent.
Iceland stirred a hornet's nest - or was it really CBS that stirred the hornet's nest -- with the extremely misleading headlines of Sunday's program. The Daily Signal weighs in on the disturbing practice , so does One News Now, and the NY Post editorial board calls it a troubling way to eradicate a disorder.
Mayor de Blasio takes tax money for his campaign primary, because it is such a tough re-election, then goes on vacation. If it is so close, why would you go on vacation, especially if you are truly dedicated to serving the people of New York City.
The Heritage Foundation via the Daily Signal has the best advice for every citizens of the United States: Get Involved Locally; You Might Just Save the Country. This is the year for local elections, all around our state.
President Trump's strong stand on North Korea. is backed by Tillerson and Mattis. Here is more on the North Korea issue from Ralph Peters who bluntly says "I don't believe in threatening our enemies. I believe in killing them," and I certainly agree.
Former Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey warns seniors of imminent health-care problems; with Obamacare failing, democrats are calling for "Medicare for all." Ms. McCaughey, a health care expert, has been very accurate in her predictions of the Obamacare problems and her analysis of the current democratic plan is just as precise and correct.
Unbelievable: De Blasio says rich people ‘won’t miss’ subway tax money because they’re so rich. The man is delusional. According to the article he lumped himself in with the straphangers who struggle to pay their subway fares and are frequently late due to delays — even though his annual household income is $221,000 and he gets around in SUVs. (emphasis added.)
Debbie, how could you when others fired him: Wasserman Schultz Defends Keeping Staffer on Payroll While Under Federal Investigation. The Daily Signal has more on the this here.
The NY Post editorial, De Blasio’s pathetic pattern of ‘fake news’ denials, sums up the Mayor with its last sentence; All he truly cares about is his own image.
Malliotakis calls for probe of city education spending. Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis called on the Department of Investigation to probe the city's education contracts after recent audits by the comptroller
Chairman Michael R. Long appeared on The Capitol Pressroom with Susan Arbetter discussing November’s upcoming vote on holding a Constitutional Convention. The Conservative Party is opposed to holding a Constitutional Convention.
Really. Mr. Mayor, your response to being confronted with proof of the order to clear the subways of homeless in Brooklyn stations, is “read my lips, I don’t care.” How dare you ask for a second term when you treat the residents of New York City as fools beneath you. Do you really think that we will believe you when you say “…there’s no sweeps” and he should know because “I ride the subways all the time.” Right, and pigs fly in New York City. What a patronizing and pathetic response from the man who is asking residents for a second term.
Will the DOI investigation be completed before November? Voters have a right to know.
What are these legislators thinking? In 75% of the cases the current civil fine of $100 is the penalty for jumping the turnstile. In this case, Mayor de Blasio is right when in said “…evading the fare…would create chaos.”
Gov. Cuomo announces funding to protect New York health care. In reading the article you will note that the money is coming from the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program which is administered by the Department of Health and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York. And where does the Dormitory Authority get its money from: selling bonds. The stated $ 491 million is not the true cost…the interest must be added and with interest rates going up, be prepared, it will be exceedingly more money taken from you in taxes. When does the taxpayer get protected?