Daily Update

Former Lt. Gov., Betsy McCaughey, opines on the ‘gag rule’ that keeps you in the dark on credit-card costs, in today’s NY Post.  We are pleased to let you know that Ms. McCaughey will be one of the speakers at our 50th Annual CPPAC on January 29 and 30 in the Radisson Hotel in Albany, NY.  Click here for more information. 

Professor Frank H. Buckley in the NY Post and on Fox News on how Trump can end brainwashing on US campuses. 

Michael Goodwin states in today’s column that it’s open war between the media and Donald Trump.

Republican-led Senate takes first steps to repeal Obamacare

Good News:  Mattis Waiver Confirmed by Senate

Larry Elder writes in Townhall.com that a living wage Is as wrongheaded as the minimum wage. 

Senator Michael Gianaris; you are so misguided on this proposal.  Discrimination is wrong, however, to protect those – under the guise of not discriminating against them –   who are in our country Illegally and are undocumented people who have broken our laws thereby showingno respect for our system of laws, must not become a protected class. 

Governor Cuomo, there you go again, pandering for more votes

Kudos to Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino:   Astorino has not raised the tax levy in Westchester County.  County Executive Astorino will also be a speaker at our upcoming CPPAC.  Be sure you register, space is limited.