Unbelievable: De Blasio says rich people ‘won’t miss’ subway tax money because they’re so rich. The man is delusional. According to the article he lumped himself in with the straphangers who struggle to pay their subway fares and are frequently late due to delays — even though his annual household income is $221,000 and he gets around in SUVs. (emphasis added.) Read the rest of the article here. Maybe his need for naps is responsible for his distorted view of the real world. Always prepared, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, offered Mayor de Blasio, a can of red bull this morning. Malliotakis had just finished a press conference on Mayor de Blasio’s mismanagement and misplaced priorities.
There is an old saying “”You can’t understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes,” and this transgendered soldier has walked many miles in his shoes and therefore has the expertise to explain how gender dysphoria poses real problems for the military.
Do you know who Elizabeth Carlisle is? Her attorney’s explanation for a pseudonym is rather obtuse.
Larry Horist opines on the not so grand juries.
Fortunately, there are those who lay out facts that President Trump is making America great again.
Instead of finding news articles people are searching for, Google became the news over the weekend. Danielle Brown, whom Google recently added as a diversity chief, condemned the memo (that became the news) Monday, saying the company is “unequivocal in our belief that diversity and inclusion are critical to our success.” Except when they don’t toe the line. Jim Geraghty has more on Google’s problem here.
Scientists call out New York Times for incorrect claim about climate report.
Here is an interesting piece of history: Old names stick around after new ones decreed State has a long naming tradition, but …
Is it possible that Roe v Wade could be overturned? The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy published an article that could be the basis to overturn Roe v Wade. The 34-page argument can be read here.