Daily Update

Get ready for the ad blitz!  Special interests are preparing to spend big bucks to inundate residents about the “perils” of cutting the budget – despite the fact that the budget is estimated to be $4 billion in the red.  If for no other reason, the Janus v. AFSCME decision, cannot come soon enough.    Of course, the Janus decision has much greater implications

Mayor de Blasio, aka Mayor delusional, is more involved with his leftwing, progressive agenda, than truly helping people who live in NYCHA which should be a priority.   Mayor de Blasio should stick to his responsibilities and leave the fiscal management of the NYC Pension System to the Comptroller of NYC.     Comptroller Stringer calls out mismanagement of NYCHA as making the heating problem worse.  Apparently, the State also had its NYCHA priorities up-side-down.

NYS budget expert, E. J. McMahon, gives a critical, yet realistic, analysis of the NYS GOP tax proposals. Mr. McMahon is one of our presenters at our annual CPPAC and is always willing to answer your questions on the complicated issue of the NYS Budget.  Click here for registration form.

Former Lt. Governor Betsy McCaughey who lets us know how Dems’ favorite health care ‘fix’ is a threat to your life in today’s NY Post, is also a presenter at this year’s conference.  Be sure you reserve your spot, you won’t want to miss our exciting lineup. 

Will Google fact-check our site?

Excellent opening statement by Tucker Carlson on President Trump’s DACA remarks.  The Washington Times looks at the meeting this way:  Trump showcases negotiating skills in unique immigration meeting.   Guy Benson calls the court ruling blocking Trump from rescinding DACA a lawless disgrace.

The Center for Immigration Studies released this report that shows staggering federal crime numbers committed by non-citizens from 2011 to 2016.  21% of those convicted of non-immigration crimes were non-citizens — 2.5 times their share of the population.  You can read more here.

Michael Goodwin shows his humorous side about a serious subject

John Stossel opines on punishing poor people. 

Wednesday’s with Walter E. Williams