Daily Update

Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan has an Op-Ed in the State of Politics blog site and it clearly lays out the importance of keeping the NYS Senate in Republican/Conservative hands. Naysayers will say it is self-serving, it isn’t, what it is, is an honest assessment of what will happen to New York State if the democrats have control of the Executive and Legislative branches of government.  Please take the time to read it, Sen. Flanagan is sincere when he says “We will be the balance in the face of the Governor and his leftist allies.”  We are doing all we can to elect Marc Molinaro governor of our great state  however, we must be prepared if the progressive leftist people that believe government is the answer to society’s ills manage to give Andrew Cuomo a third term. We would encourage you to send this Op-Ed to every New York voter that you know.  The stakes have never been higher. 

The same applies for the federal level.  From The Hill:  Dems eye ambitious agenda if House flips. 

Investor’s Business Daily lets us know what the worst-run states have in common:  They're run by tax-and-spend Democrats. 

This Daily Signal article shows the importance of having checks and balances on the three branches of government.  If Millennials actually vote because they believe government is the answer to society’s ills and seniors stay home or go to their eternal home, the Founding Fathers concept of America will be forever changed.

Betsy McCaughey opines about Democrats’ ‘socialism’ prescription is a war on the poor. 

The City Journal opines on #MeToo’s Politics of Feeling

Michael Goodwin wants to know where is the outrage on Hillary’s call for a ‘civil war’. 

Here is a strong message for Hillary Clinton – There was a time – prior to you and your husband become household names – that politics between the two major parties was very civil despite the fact that they differed on many subjects.  Thanks to E. J. McMahon for the proof and the quality and civility of the candidates:  Lewis E. Lehrman and Gov. Mario M. Cuomo. 

New York’s public housing is in total disrepair.  The Beat offers suggestions on how it could become financially able to make much needed repairs, but will government listen and learn?

Governor Andrew Cuomo keeps earning his “Teflon Cuomo despite the fact that I micromanage everything” title as close friend and confidant Steven Pigeon pleads guilty to having a straw donor provide a donation to Governor Andrew Cuomo in 2014. 

The New York Sun:  Haley We Hardly Knew You. 

Rest in Peace, Senator Frank Padavan.

Wednesday’s with Walter E. Williams.