Today's NY Post editorial begins with this, "If Mayor de Blasio wins a second term this November, it’s a safe bet that he’ll spend even less of it doing his job than he has these last four years — and more of it chasing his out-of-town ambitions." Of course, the operative word is "if" and when voters pay attention to the mayoral race, there is no way he will be re-elected! Our candidate, Nicole Malliotakis, is at every possible event reaching out to all and giving them every sound reason to be elected in November. New York City needs Nicole Malliotakis as Mayor, a woman dedicated to New York City not looking to parlay the position into being a national political icon who thinks local government would exercise direct control over all construction plans–determining who gets to live in which apartments...
Mayor de Blasio isn't the only elected official that admires oppressive nation, add Sen. Diane Savino to the list of people who admire nations that denies its citizens the freedoms found in America.
This is shameful; rest assured, Assemblywoman Malliotakis would be a much better manager of the public education system.
Apparently, the "smartest" woman in the world, does not know you really cannot destroy paper trails. Wow: Washington Post: No Hillary, Comey Didn't Cost You the Election.
Did you know 64% of Americans have positive views of police officers, while 16% offer a neutral assessment, and 18% view the police in negative terms. We hope you will attend our 2017 Fall Reception (Thursday, October 12, 2017) that will honor the men and women who wear the blue. For information on our event, click here.
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Betsy McCaughey explains how BernieCare slams working people.
Nicole Gelinas opines on how the city’s infrastructure woes set a park up to fail.