Daily Update

Two articles regarding the de Blasio Administration are quite concerning, both show how mismanaged New York City is under his leadership.  First, taxpayers will have to replace 36,000 smartphones issued to the NYPD and second, the Education Department failed to track $84 million for disabled students.  Here is Assemblywoman Malliotakis taking the Mayor to task on his lack of accountability.  

Nicole Gelinas explains how, even though New York City’s economy is good, Mayor de Blasio is spending New York into trouble.  

The NY Post editorial board is not impressed with Mayor de Blasio’s $383 million school Renewal program.  Mr. Mayor, please give students a real chance; expand Charter Schools.  

Governor Cuomo’s “clear energy” con.  

Does the revenue from marijuana sales in Colorado effect how authorities judge this simple fact?  

A rose by any other name is still a rose.   Sen. Ruben Diaz opines on the Christopher Columbus statue and the Tappan Zee Bridge and makes some very good points.  

Kansas has good news:  Welfare Reform in Kansas Caused Individuals to Reenter Labor Force Earning Higher Incomes.    

More Good News:  The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Arkansas can kick Planned Parenthood out of its network of Medicaid-approved health providers.  

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Houston and all those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.  If you are able, here is a list of charitable organizations that have good reputations and will help the thousands who need help now and in the coming months.  Thank you for considering.