Daily Update

The Washington Times has an article on protecting consumers from swindlers that explains a case coming before the US Supreme Court.   Quite interesting and may even give class action lawyers a good case of heartburn.  

Speaking of the US Supreme Court,  a review this weekend showed that none of Gorsuch’s opinions were overturned by Supreme Court.  The Daily Signal thinks Gorsuch is Trump's best revenge for judicial activism.   

The Wall Street Journal (subscription required) has an article on the 12 year Hank Greemberg case, in which they rightly state that NY taxpayers should be furious as it sputtered to a pathetic settlement.  Does anyone want to predict the outcome of AG Schneidman's case against Exxon

How Tom Price Can Begin to Unravel Obamacare From Inside the Agency That Implemented It.  

The Washington Times writes that 72 convicted in U.S. terror cases came from nations targeted for vetting.  According to Robert J. Knight we can thank the ACLU for their lack of common sense in undercutting our national security.  

De Blasio’s carefree spending is coming back to bite him — and NYC.   Yet,  he continues to propose even more in unnecessary spending along with the help of the City Council..   And with all he is taking from taxpayers, Mayor de Blasio is planning on asking contributors to pay for his legal bills.  "He’s responding to probes about his fund-raising activities by doing more fund-raising," noted John Kaehny, executive director of the reform group Reinvent Albany.

In case you missed this articles over the weekend:  Clinton reminds us why we’re lucky she lost the election by Michael Goodwin.  

Chris Churchill has some comic relief for you in his Times Union article titled:  When snow falls, it's Andrew Cuomo to the rescue.