This week, once again, New York’s Democrats showed themselves to be the party of big government, big taxes, and big bureaucracy…
The NY Post is correct in advocating a “Just say NO” to congesting pricing.
Bill Hammond writes about Medicaid déjà vu in today’s NY Torch Blog.
John Gizzi, a long-time political reporter, has a great article on the what our new chairman, Gerard Kassar, foresees for the Conservative Party.
Reuters hasn’t fired Joseph Menn. Why not? Albeit, Reuters is facing ethical questions after admitting that their reporter (Menn) sat on/withheld/ buried/suppressed the fact that a now famous member of the “Cult of the Dead Cow” was actually Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, running for the US Senate against Sen. Ted Cruz (and a current declared candidate for US President.)
Yancy Roy wrote in yesterday’s Newsday on the top issues in the NYS Budget debate. Upon review, it would seem that one party control did not simplify the budget process and left the NYS Democrats with no one to blame for the morass, but themselves.
America’s borders are a mess, but our elected “leaders” are just playing politics with our security…
Governor Cuomo is completely out of touch with reality when to comes to New York’s college swim teams. Put the petty politics aside, Governor, and let the swimmers swim.
One thing is an absolute about Beto O’Rourke: Humility is not one of his attributes.
I wish Bronx DA Darcel Clark would show me where it says illegal aliens – people who broke the law of the land – are entitled to have a driver’s license.
The NYS Budget is the main topic of conversation in Albany these days and the conversation is all over the place.
This week the Conservative Party and all third parties are under attack from the New York State Democratic party…