Did you watch the debate last evening? If not, you can watch it here. The New York Post editorial sums it up with this: In debate, Andrew Cuomo shifts from chicken to bully. Bully is mild considering his constant interruptions and telling the moderator that he was speaking. If you watch a moderate amount of TV in the evening, you cannot escape from the commercials berating bullying in school, yet, we have a governor who is the biggest bully – and proud of being a bully – in New York State. What kind of message is this sending the children we are trying to teach that bullying is unwarranted, unjustified and undeserved? Make the message clear on November 6: No Bullies in the bully pulpit! Vote for Marc Molinaro on the Conservative Line.
The NY Post reporters had this to say: Cuomo, Molinaro come out swinging in likely only debate. and Nicole Gelinas called County Executive Molinaro a solid candidate.
Here is how Ken Lovett describes the debate: Cuomo unleashes his inner Mike Tyson in feisty debate with GOP challenger Molinaro. He ends his column with this “Cuomo is expected to remain New York’s leading heavyweight.” Again, is this the image we want as Governor when we have a concerted effort to eliminate bullying? Even Ken Lovett’s column portrays Governor Cuomo as a bully.
John Lott, Jr. opines on the problem with the FBI's 'Active Shooter' data.
Wednesday’s with Walter E. Williams. (This column will undoubtedly raise some eyebrows.)