Daily Update

Here is a Memo for the Movement, “Conservatives Must Defend the 2nd Amendment”  released by the Conservative Action Project that Chairman Michael R. Long has signed onto. 

Delegate Nicholas J. Freitas, from VA, speaks on the floor of the House of Delegates that has gone viral.  Watch him here.  He appeared on Fox and Friends this morning.   

You can be sure MSNBC will not invite Andrew Pollack back again.  Mr. Pollack is the father of murdered Meadow Pollack, one of 17 students killed in cold blood on February 14, 2018. 

The Daily Signal writes that Obama-Era Policies Helped Keep Parkland Shooter Under the Radar. Here’s What Went Wrong.

The world is watching said President Trump after North Korea says it’s willing to give up nuclear weapons; personally, I am more comfortable with President Reagan’s “Trust, but verify,” while dealing with Russia.  The NY Post wants to know:  Would you buy a used bridge from this dictator?

This is a case to watch, especially after the first ruling by U.S. District Judge William Orrick who was appointed by former President Obama. 

One thing I am certain of, Peter Stroke, never wanted to be the  Elliott Ness of the 21st Century.   

Will it be Cynthia vs. Andrew in a democratic primary?  Or is she just trying to get under his skin by hiring two of Mayor de Blasio’s veterans of his first mayoral race?  Time will tell. 

Jonathan Trichter confirmed in an interview with The Citizen Tuesday that he is set to launch a campaign for state comptroller.  Learn about him here.  

Robert Knight opines on the power of gratitude.  (Maybe all of the conservatives that read this should send it to their liberal friends.)

The Washington Beacon writes that the Janus Case is only the beginning for forced-dues fights.  We know that here in New York State is considering a bill that would prevent members from exercising that choice by giving unions new powers to block people from leaving. Public-Employee Unions: Only a Lousy Right-Winger Would Call Us Political