Daily Update

One week from today you have the opportunity and responsibility to vote, do you know where your polling place is located?  Click here, to be sure you know where to go to vote on Tuesday, November 7.

The final NYC Mayor’s debate is tomorrow, Wednesday.   The debate will be broadcasted live from CUNY TV Studios, located at 365 5th Ave. in Manhattan, between 7 and 8 p.m. on CBS 2 News, WLNY-TV 10/55, 1010 WINS radio and Newsradio 880. To the best of my knowledge, there is no audience for this live debate.

For the first time in 50 years, Citizens Union will not endorse a mayoral candidate.  This speaks volumes since they endorsed Bill de Blasio 4 years ago.  Bill isn’t worried, he had socialist Bernie Sanders endorse him while he promises his base a chicken in every pot – even as he taxes the middle class beyond their means. Who will be left in New York City to pay for his promises?

The NY Post editorial asks a very important question Why can’t de Blasio disprove any of those ‘lies’?  Even the NY Daily News questions de Blasio’s damning silence

Jim Geraghty writes in National Review that the Manafort-Papadopoulos drama is relatively unsurprising. Wesley Pruden opines in the Washington Times on a lot of noisy ado about nothing much yet.  Jonathan Tobin calls it (the Manafort indictment) an earthquake that shouldn’t shake Trump.  Larry Horist has this to say Manafort indictment good news for Trump … so press turns to Papadopoulos.  But, Paul Sperry says it best with Robert Mueller’s big catch was low-level, unpaid intern.  Rich Lowry has this advice for President Trump:  Just ignore Mueller’s moves, Mr. President

Who is Tom Steyer?  This billionaire hedge fund manager, philanthropist, environmentalist, progressive activist, and fundraiser is the man behind the impeachment ad and has over a million signatures on his Impeach Trump petition. 

E. J. McMahon lets us know that Governor Cuomo is tardy again…the 7th year in a row. 

Dennis C. Vacco has an excellent Op-Ed piece in the Buffalo News on New York officials pick energy winners and losers

Cal Thomas, always good, is exceptional today.  Read his column, Shocking but not surprising, here.   Then ask yourself, how can this boorish, base sub-human have the unmitigated gall  to  think so highly of himself?