Daily Update

What is Governor Cuomo thinking?  Why is he endangering citizens in upstate New York?  The transfer of 150 state police to New York City -- where they would be duplicating the work of the NYPD and Port Authority Police -- is a move that jeopardizes the lives and property of people who, in many places have no local police departments and are dependent on the state police.  

Jimmy Vielkind has a rather comprehensive article in today's PoliticoNY, lamenting the lack of legislation to curb corruption by lawmakers.  Every proposal is window dressing!  And we have had a lot of window dressing in the past that has not ended the corruption.  Term limits is more than window dressing, it will get them out of office.  Sign our Term Limit petition .and return it to us(486 78th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209) so we can let them know -- corruption must end.  We need to present filled boxes, the more we present, the stronger the case to place Term Limits on the ballot.

President Obama lives in his own world.  Obama actually blamed the GOP for the poor jobs report.  The 20,642 regulations you forced on businesses had nothing to do with the lack of job creation, Mr. President.  As the Heritage Foundation notes, "The sheer cost of these regulations take a toll on the American economy. Businesses cannot be expected to thrive and expand in an economic climate that is plagued by doubt and uncertainty."  Some even think the May jobs report is even worse than reported

When it isn't your money, you don't watch your pennies the way you should.

Michael J. Gaynor supports those who defend judicial impartiality.  Pillorying presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for demanding fairness from a federal judge of Mexican ancestry is in vogue now, but some who dared to stand up for judicial impartiality in both reality and appearance, like former White House Counsel and United States Attorney General under President George W. Bush Alberto Gonzales and former law clerk to Justice Clarence Thomas and current United States Senate candidate in New York Wendy Long.

US Senate candidate, Wendy Long, issues her contract with New Yorkers.  Read it here.

Rest in Peace all that gave their lives on June 6, 1944.  The heroism and bravery displayed by troops from the Allied countries on D-Day is an inspiration.  In today's PC world it would be difficult to accomplish.