“Let’s get this party started,” states the latest CUNY Forum. Bob Liff is the moderator for a CUNY Forum on elections, reforms, and political participation in New York. The panel members include, Keith Wright, Director, Government Relations Group, Davidoff Hutcher and Citron, LLP; L. Joy Williams, Principal and Founder, LJW Community Strategies, LLC; Michael A. Benjamin, associate editorial page editor, New York Post and Chairman Michael R. Long. The CUNY Forum will be broadcast tonight at 8:30 pm on digital Ch. 25.3 and cablecast in the 5 boroughs of NYC on Ch. 75 (Time Warner), Ch. 77 (RCN Cable) and Ch. 30 (Verizon/FIOS). It will be repeated on May 17 at 2:00 pm and May 19 at 4:00 pm. (It was recorded on May 9.)
Chairman Long is quoted in Kenneth Lovett’s article on State Democrats to push for pot legalization at convention.
John Fund has a very interesting article in National Review on a powerful legal group that changes the law while nobody’s looking.
NRA Sues New York for Punishing Financial Institutions Doing Business With Group.
This article in the The Western Journal shows how out of touch with reality NY Dems are.
Guy Benson critiques the James Comey interview by Bret Baier.
NYT Op-Ed: Liberals, You’re Not As Smart As You Think, And You’re Helping Trump Win A Second Term.
The Washington Times has an excellent article on New York’s Subway Scam. While you may not be a rider of the NYC, this article will explain why you should be concerned.
Governor Andrew Cuomo will never clean up corruption; this helps explain why he won’t. The NY Post has more on Crystal Run Healthcare.
Know who you are voting for. CPNYS certainly believes that people can be redeemed and should be considered for a second chance (depending on the crime and circumstances), however, the NY Post editorial makes some strong points in knowing who is running and if they have earned your vote.
History will be made tomorrow when Gina Haspel is confirmed as the Director of the CIA. The LA Times is reporting Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) will vote for her.
We fought a war for our independence, why would we want to go backwards now?
Experts say Seattle’s “Amazon Tax” will hurt wages and hiring.