Daily Update

Newsday covered President Trump’s visit to Long Island yesterday.  Our State Chairman was also present with Congressman Lee Zeldin, Congressman Peter King and Congressman Dan Donovan.  Much has been said about President Trump calling the MS-13 members “animals” … I will go a step further and say animals is too kind a word.  Animals protect themselves against predators, MS -13 members viciously kill and dismember innocent strangers to be initiated into the club.   Here are some photos of yesterday’s forum taken by Chairman Long.

 President Trump and Congressman Lee Zeldin

President Trump and Congressman Lee Zeldin

 Congressman Donovan, US Secretary of Homeland Secuity Neilsen and Congressman Lee Zeldin

Congressman Donovan, US Secretary of Homeland Secuity Neilsen and Congressman Lee Zeldin

 President Trump with the parents of MS-13 victims and Congressman King

President Trump with the parents of MS-13 victims and Congressman King

Some on the NY City Council are being leaders in certain issues.  Four members,  Fernando Cabrera, Chaim Deutsch, Andy King & Ruben Diaz Sr., have an Op-Ed in Gotham Gazette: Legalize to our demise.  Good for them. 

President Trump calls Kim Jung-Un’s bluff.   And is prepared for military action,  if necessary.  Pompeo defends Trump’s move to cancel summit with Kim. 

Seriously, Nancy?  Isn’t it about time you resign?  

The IRS is calling Governor Andrew Cuomo’s bluff.  (Wall Street Journal article, subscription may be necessary.)  Here is a LoHud.com article on the same subject.

The question is why; Cuomo stays silent on federal probe of campaign donations.

Governor Cuomo it is pathetic that as an elected official you have not respect for police and the people they protect.  How Andrew Cuomo gave cop-killer Herman Bell a vote

The Daily Signal writes how ‘Amnesty First’ Breaks Faith With the American People

The Daily Signal also thinks the NFL finally made the right call, however, team Kaepernick strikes back at Pence over his support for NFL kneeling ban.  This. Isn’t. Over.

Jazz Legend Wynton Marsalis Says Rap And Hip Hop Are 'More Damaging' To Culture Than A Confederate Statue.

Cal Thomas opines:  Gambling on sports is a bad bet