Daily Update

President Trump nominates R. Alexander Acosta as Labor Secretary.  On a quick view  of his background, Acosta seems like an excellent choice..  Acosta is a  former law clerk for Justice Alito when Alito was on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals  and has also served as a member of the NLRB, he is a Harvard Law School graduate and specializes in employment and labor issues. From  1998 to 2000 Acosta was a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. and in 2008 he was named to the list of 100 most influential individuals in business ethics.  

The Detroit News editorial will make progressives' heads spin:  Puzder was right on minimum wage.  There was another article in the Detroit News that caught my eye, Greg McNeilly, the head of Michigan's Freedom Fund indicated that Dems risk becoming a permanent minority in Michigan but if you read his article, it isn't all that different than New York.  

The NY Post editorial offers this:  Offing Andy Puzder will likely only feed Democrats’ blood lust. However, President Trump just out-maneuvered them with the Acosta nomination ... the Chess Game continues.   Conrad Black opines on President Trump's first month in the NY Sun.  

Lawmakers Are Using Congressional Review Act to Dismantle Obama Regulations.  

Conservatives Coalesce Around New Obamacare Replacement Plan.  

More legislative vacancies: Nothing special for Cuomo.  

City spending on homeless to hit $2.3B this fiscal year...  with little hope of reducing the cost taxpayers are forced to absorb while paying their own home costs.  

In the United States and Canada, a sanctuary city is a municipality that has adopted a policy of protecting unauthorized immigrants by not prosecuting them for violating federal immigration laws and by ensuring that all residents have access to city services, regardless of immigration status. Illegal immigration is the migration of people across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destination country.  What part of these two definitions does Senator Jesse Hamilton not understand?    When he accepted the position of State Senator he had to sign this, attesting to upholding the US and State Constitutions.  So please explain, Senator Hamilton,  how you are upholding the US Constitution, abiding by the rule of law, when you declare that your Senate District is a "Sanctuary Senate District?"