David Keene’s latest column in the Washington Times reminds other journalists, rather strongly, that it’s wasn’t the Trump shutdown. Good for him, but we all know, it will take a lot more than the improving economy to convince them.
Senator Schumer’s shutdown surrenders. Here is Guy Benson’s analysis of the last 60 hours that led Sen. Schumer to surrender to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The fact that the Associated Press and the New York Times rightly put the onus on Sen. Schumer may have helped him cave, that, plus the numerous videos of Sen. Schumer singing a different tune in 2013 when the government shut down for 16 days.
The NY Post editorial board states assesses the Governor’s proposed budget simply: Cuomo’s $168B budget is pure fantasy. Tom Precious, writes in the Buffalo News that Cuomo’s budget raises $1 billion in new taxes to pay for spending plans..
Who knew when EZ Pass debuted in 1987 that by 2017 EZ Pass would be the only method of toll collection in New York City, and that it would be used to charge you for driving in certain parts of Manhattan? Big Brother is alive and well, isn’t he, Governor Cuomo.
The NY Daily News article - Fast food employers must let workers give portion of pay to nonprofit under City Council bill – explains how fast food workers are joining an advocacy group to get more benefits.
Get ready for the ad blitz! Special interests are preparing to spend big bucks to inundate residents about the “perils” of cutting the budget – despite the fact that the budget is estimated to be $4 billion in the red. If for no other reason, the Janus v. AFSCME decision, cannot come soon enough. Of course, the Janus decision has much greater implications.
he Daily Signal writes about the Clive Bundy Nevada land rights case and explains why Americans are right to fear government. It is a good analysis of the overreach of government agencies, that fortunately ended without violence and all charges being dropped.
Our featured luncheon speaker, Corey Lewandowski, appeared on Fox News Sunday yesterday, to discuss the “complete fabrication” of the tell-all book, Fire, and Fury. Mr. Lewandowski was an integral part of the Trump Campaign, while Michael Wolf was not.
Anyone who was listening to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State yesterday, had the same reaction as the NY Post did: Cuomo’s State of the State was all about 2020.