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By Mike Long, on Sep 19, 2014

File Under: “If a conservative said something like this…” Democrat and (and likely Assemblyman) Charles Barron thinks it would be a great idea to invite his hero, African dictator Robert Mugabe, to deliver a speech in Albany.

September 18, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Sep 18, 2014

A police commissioner must not be influenced by "a political barrage led by the Associated Press".  His first and foremost responsibility is the safety of citizens; therefore, Commission Bratton should rethink his strategy to protect New York City's citizens.  What makes this even more disconcerting is that Mayor de Blasio (as of September 10, 2014) has not applied for security clearance.  Here is former<a

September 17, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Sep 17, 2014

Today marks the 227th Anniversary of the signing of our US Constitution.  Here is an interesting fact about what a great document it really is; over 11,000 amendments have been proposed, of which 33 have been ratified by Congress to be sent to the States for approval, a total of 27 have been adopted (including the original 10) and the 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment.  It really is a remarkab

September 15, 2015

By Shaun Marie, on Sep 15, 2014

Voters have the right to know and Rob Astorino is right in asking US Attorney Bharara to let voters know before Election Day.

Here is Rob Astorino's first TV advertisement. Help pass it around to your family, friends and neighbors.  Don't let the dirty tactics of the Cuomo campaign define Mr. Astorino.  This is just the latest the Cuomo campaign is doing:

Weekly Wrap-Up

By Mike Long, on Sep 12, 2014

This week we saw yet another profile in courage from Andrew Cuomo – running scared from a political challenger. 

Rob Astorino wants to go one-on-one with Andrew Cuomo for “a substantive debate on the issues” – Cuomo wants to be able to say he took part in a debate. We’ll see how this works out.  

Thirteen Years Later - September 11, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Sep 11, 2014

Thirteen years later and the atrocities of the day are not dulled by the passage of time.  America forever changed that fateful day, our innocence was lost, but our resolve to remain free was reinforced and fortified and thirteen years later American opinion is strongly committed to ending the slaughter of innocent lives. 

September 9, 2014 - Primary Day -- Polls close at 9:00 PM

By Shaun Marie, on Sep 9, 2014

Today's New York Post editorial has the question of the century:  "If progressives want to help the poor get ahead, why not help them get what better-off people already have — private housing, private care, private schools — rather than consigning them to the inferior government alternative?  We know why, it is unfortunate that the very people progressives say they want to help will not recognize or acknowledge the answer. 

September 8, 2014

By Shaun Marie, on Sep 8, 2014

Tomorrow is Primary Day, plan your day to have time to vote if there is a primary where you live. 

If you vote in the Democratic primary,  watch this before you cast your vote.  Is that anyway to treat a legitimate opponent?