Michael Goodwin writes in today's NY Post that it is a shame top democrats are too afraid to challenge Mayor de Blasio. He writes, "It’s the shame of New York Democrats that they can’t produce a dynamic challenger against a lackluster mayor who spent the last year under criminal investigation." Mr. Goodwin -- the democrats may be afraid to run against him, but there is an up and coming republican woman -- Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis -- who is considering making the run. Imagine for a moment what that race would be like. A young and energetic Assemblywoman -- who truly understands the immigration issue -- against an old and laid-back Mayor who is more interested in using his office to pursue his own agenda. What an interesting race this would be.
Tom Precious ask the question that is on the mind of many: How did Governor Cuomo make $783,000 on a memoir that sold just 3200 copies?
The NY Post editorial questions Gov. Cuomo's choice for Secretary, not because she isn't qualified, (she is) but they are concerned about her family ties as we noted yesterday.
Where is the American Civil Liberties Union when it comes to the dignity and fairness of every child in the locker room.
Joseph Best writes in the Federalist that President Trump should run, not walk, away from the Paris Climate Treaty.
Mark Weiner writes in the Syracuse Post Standard that upstate GOP congressional members have a dilemma: who are they loyal to President Trump, the party, or voters? Chairman Mike Long gives his opinion here.