Daily Update

Those of you who attend CPPAC are familiar with Kathleen Gallagher and her knowledge and insight regarding the Pro-Life movement.  Here is her touching article on Death for Alzheimer’s Directive Is Dead Wrong

Today’s NY Post editorial board also points out the heartbreaking loophole in criminal law that does not allow one to be charged with a homicide when a wanted, loved, unborn child is wantonly killed. 

The good news is that President Donald J. Trump understands the importance of all lives.  Last week, he announced that his administration is bringing back a Reagan-era rule that would pull federal birth control funds from clinics that sell abortion.  Frank Cannon explains more on the Reagan-era rule that was upheld by the US Supreme Court.  The Federalist gives him kudos for doing so and advises what else must be done.   Speaking of President Trump, here is an article that gives you a better insight into what really makes him the person he is. 

You won’t see this article in the mainstream media:  This California Mayor, an Immigrant Himself, Explains Why He’s ‘Very Proud’ to Deport Illegal Immigrants From His City.    Here in New York, activists want to change a law that says, an immigrant convicted of a crime that carries a sentence of a year or more faces automatic deportation.  We do not think that law should be changed When we keep making it easier on the criminal, we are sending a message that says, committing crimes has no real consequence and relatively minor crimes like shoplifting and jumping turnstiles diminish the quality of life and increase the cost of business on all residents.   

Mr. Mayor, read the above paragraph!  Marihuana is a Schedule 1 drug and when people use marihuana walking down the streets of New York City THEY ARE BREAKING THE LAW!  This has to be the dumbest statement ever, “With marijuana legalization likely to occur in our state in the near future, it is critical our city plans for the public safety, health and financial consequences involved,” de Blasio said in a statement.   In 2014, de Blasio and then-Police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced a new policy under which city cops would no longer arrest most people caught with up to 25 grams of pot. Bratton famously held up a plastic bag bulging with oregano to illustrate how much of the drug was covered under the directive.  The current law does however, state that marijuana open to public view or being burnt in public is a Class B misdemeanor punishable by a fine of $250 with a maximum sentence of 90 days.  If the day comes that marihuana is legal in NYC and State, how much preparation is really needed to not arrest or ticket the person who possesses it?  Yet, you want to stop making arrests now in anticipation. 

Another really bad idea:  Municipal shooting galleries

In case you missed this Saturday:  Cuomo’s bogus fix for the Buffalo Billion scandals.

Charles Hurt’s opinion:  What Obama and his political Choom Gang did is far worse than Watergate

John Fund writes how the media see only one collusion story

File this under “Unions and far-left Democrats look for ways to undermine the United States Supreme Court.”

Larry Horist opines on the gospel of love for MS-13 according to Rev. O’Donnell.