Perhaps it was Solar Flares or pesky Gremlins who played havoc with the internet yesterday; needless to say, for whatever reason, we missed being able to post our Daily Update for Monday and will make up for it today.
In case you were unable to listen to Chairman Long on Effective Radio Sunday morning, you can hear him here.
Our US Senate candidate, Wendy Long was on NY 1’s influential Inside City Hall with Errol Lewis. You can watch it here. Have you visited Wendy Long’s website yet? If you google it — www.wendylong.com — it will help get the search results up in Google. Also, you can friend her Facebook page, follow her on Twitter and Instagram. No one candidate can win on their own — we need to be there for Wendy Long and defy the pundits by electing her to the US Senate.
Governor Cuomo wants to mandate a 12 week paid family at 2/3rds of their salary leave on businesses. Click here to find out what Chairman Long thinks of this mandate.
One more video for you to watch — Brooklynites weigh in on Trump wins.
Rich Calder writes about the perks of donating to Mayor de Blasio.
New York’s new status as a “sanctuary” city means few illegal immigrants who break the law are being handed over to federal authorities for deportation. Staten Island Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, has joined several Republican legislators in pushing a bill in Albany to compel the city to comply with federal detention requests. “It’s almost as if the City Council is more interested in protecting illegal immigrants than the safety of the very citizens they represent,” she told The Post. The city law is making the public less safe, a former senior Homeland Security source said. Read the rest of the article here.
Mayor de Blasio lacks the wisdom of Solomon when he chooses to ignore the rights of privacy of non-transgendered people.
The other side of abortion, the side the pro-abortionist lobby never want you to hear.
Jim DeMint: Conservatives who run on conservative ideas win.
Tuesday’s with Thomas Sowell — Another Random Thoughts column, always a personal favorite of mine.
Rest in Peace, Nancy Reagan.