Daily Update

Our featured luncheon speaker, Corey Lewandowski, appeared on Fox News Sunday yesterday, to discuss the “complete fabrication” of the tell-all book, Fire, and Fury.  Mr. Lewandowski was an integral part of the Trump Campaign, while Michael Wolf was not.  Come and hear Mr. Lewandowski  at our 51st Annual CPPAC.  Click here for our registration form and if you are one of the first 100 responders, you will receive a copy of Let Trump be Trump, the honest, accurate NY Times best selling book, signed by co-authors, Corey Lewandowski, and David Bossie.

In case you missed this on Saturday, it is an excellent analysis of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s  proposal to study the feasibility of “a major shift” of New York’s state tax burden from individuals (who will be losing federal deductions) to businesses (which will be keeping them), via a new statewide payroll tax on employers.  Today’s NY Post follows up with and editorial:  Cuomo’s desperate bid to avoid the truth about New York taxes.   The editorial also reminds him of the wise words he once declared, “New York has no future as the tax capital of the nation.”

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis had this to say in Saturday’s Staten Island Advance:  Tax bill hurts New York? Look to Albany, not Washington, governor. Assemblywoman Malliotakis is also scheduled to address our 51st Annual Conference in the Radisson Hotel Albany.  Don’t forget to register for our event.   

Larry Kudlow writes in the NY Sun:  Bannon Down, Market Up Signals the Resurgence Of Real American Populism.  

A Chicago Tribune editorial has some sage advice for big-spending politicians. 

This is a disgraceful decision by Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Lynn Kotler.  How will she respond if Timothy Wood falls asleep again and passengers die as they did in 2003?  Her term is up in 2019, if she runs again, will people remember how special interest outweighed common sense?

A lot of money that should be put to better use.

This is NOT how you drain the swamp, nor is it good policy

Law Enforcement Backs Sessions’s Ending of Hands-Off Approach to Marijuana

Robert Knight opines on the Unmasking the folly of ‘emperors.’

Ethics is missing in many liberal psychiatrists, and that is a dangerous precedent.