Daily Update

CityLimits.Org interviews Chairman Michael Long on three “hot” topics; the AG scramble, the Staten Island primary and the Gov’s GOP rival.  You can watch the video here.  (Chairman Long begins at about the 8:10 mark and ends at the 20:13 mark.)

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis makes a very strong case against drug injection sites

Mr. Vance, why do you get to decide you will no longer prosecute pot-smoking cases?   Doing so, sends the wrong message; marijuana is still a Schedule 1 drug according to the DEA. 

The Daily Signal writes that our approach to severe mental illness endangers everyone

In NY prison workers explain how inmates scam the system by feigning mental illness to be eligible for SSI disability upon release. 

The Daily Caller writes about the other Schneiderman scandal.  (One that was swept under the rug by many in the main stream media.)  In this election year – do your homework – know who you are voting for. 

Really, Debbie?  With your history of hiring and protecting your IT employee  [and his family] , you have the audacity to say this

Mueller Investigation One Year Old, Still No Collusion.

Mollie Hemmingway gives us 10 key takeaways from the New York Times’ error-ridden defense of FBI spying on Trump campaign in her column. 

Former Speaker Pelosi lashed out at President Trump (AGAIN) because she thought he was calling all immigrants “animals” but as the AP noted he was speaking after a comment on gang members (MS-13).  Ms. Pelosi said this “”Does he not believe in the spark of divinity, the dignity and worth of every person?”  Strange statement for Ms. Pelosi to make considering her staunch pro-abortion record.

Kudos to Erie County Clerk  as he takes preemptive stance on licenses for undocumented immigrants. 

Chirlane McCray ducks questions at her own press conference

E. J. McMahon examines another SALT work-around and how NY’s regional job divide continues

Lee Edwards explains why Reagan remains highly relevant almost 30 years later

Harry S. Truman was fond of saying “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.”  Imagine for a moment what his reaction to this would be.