Daily Update

Congressman Lee Zeldin was #oneluckyguy when he appeared on Fox News’ Outnumbered.  Here is a clip from the show and a Newsday article.  Congressman Lee Zeldin will be our featured speaker when we celebrate 56 years of being the voice of the taxpayers on May 31, 2018.  Click here for more details on our annual dinner.   

The NY Post, the NY Sun and the Wall Street Journal will miss Speaker Paul Ryan for all the right reasons.  The race is on for the new Speaker

Certainly, this is not what you want to learn if you have someone you love in a hospital. 

Steve Levy takes the legislature to task in a City Journal article, the sub-title of which is quite accurate:  Albany legislators waste another opportunity to make New York more affordable

The NY Post says CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s apologies didn’t cut it, while Charles Hurt uses humor in his column on the Big Dork.  The bottom line is simple, if people are truly concerned about their privacy rights, Facebook will fade away as people stop using it.  Mr. Zuckerberg won’t have to have Artificial Intelligence monitoring the content to block “hate” speech before it is posted and Congress certainly will not need to regulate, or even worse, collect the data, being collected now.  Charles Hurt said in his column, “if you post on your Facebook page all about your insatiable passion for fluffy pink unicorns, then you are very likely to become a target of the fluffy pink unicorn industry.”  There is something wrong if you haven’t figured that out.  I just hope that Mr. Zuckerberg drops the pretense of being unbiased and lets conservatives have their say. 

Meet the New Censors: Facebook’s Zuckerberg, Twitter’s Dorsey And YouTube’s Wojcicki

Michelle Malkin, meanwhile, shines a light on what Congress and tech giants are collecting from school children.  Parents and Grandparents beware. 

Political divorces can be just as messy as marital ones

New York prepares to roll out tax code overhaul