Nicole Gelinas’ column in today’s New York Post is quite informative in explaining how the NYC subways are being “robbed” to pay for Amtrak’s new home. The NY Post editorial tells us about more proof (another investigation) of the billions Governor Cuomo keeps wasting. The NY Post also warns us to beware of Mayor de Blasio’s water-fee giveaways. Over the weekend there was this: A small, but smelly, bailout. Makes you wonder who you are really working for… to give your family a better life or politicians who continue to take your hard-earned money to fulfill their ambitions. Case in point: Affordable, at what cost? Bill de Blasio’s housing plan is getting results, thanks to billions and billions in taxpayer subsidy. Note that this is being pointed out by the rather liberal NY Daily News editorial board.
It isn’t enough that politicians take our money, some judges make really bad decisions that have genuinely detrimental effects. Michael Goodwin opines that “the city” is sleepwalking into a crisis, but also reminds us that is because we have forgotten how “the city” became great.
Don’t give up…help is on the way. From Politico: Staten Island Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, the likely Republican nominee in this year’s mayoral election, outraised Mayor Bill de Blasio’s re-election campaign over the past two months, when comparing each candidate’s donations and potential matching funds.
Is former VP Al Gore the real inventor of “fake news”? He is back again trying to scare everyone into believing that he knows what he is talking about. He doesn’t.
Robert Knight explains how the ACLU tips its liberal hand.
Althouse writes how Snopes (of all places) gives an in-depth analysis of the false allegations and misleading claims made against President Trump since his inauguration.
Does Sen. Ted Cruz have the key to ending Obamacare morass?
Guy Benson has a message for the GOP. Read it here.