Daily Update

Governor Andrew Cuomo let his ego drive the weekend news and the results were disastrous for his campaign.  He rushed to open “The bridge” too soon;  the opening was delayed; it’s safe, but beware; staff were in the dark about opening “The Bridge”’; his own brother said “Pop would not have liked this.”  Then it was made public that an EZ-Pass mailer reads like Cuomo campaign brochure.  Those two things were bad enough, but then the NY Democratic Party (Gov. Andrew Cuomo is the de facto leader) put out a mailing implying Cynthia Nixon is anti-Semitic – hitting a new low in political mailings.  To make matters worse, no one will acknowledge publicly who approved the mailing.  Everyone knows Gov. Andrew Cuomo is a self-proclaimed micromanager, yet he said he did not know about the mailing.  Oh, and let us not forget that Gov. Cuomo has no problem in letting sex offenders into schools to vote.   

A voter should be informed, know whom they are casting their vote for, who they want representing them, if they have the same values.  The articles above make a very strong case against early voting.

De Blasio’s school-desegregation push won’t remotely solve the real problem

State Education Department under fire for embargoing test scores.

He’s back and not very inspiring to his base. As long as former President Obama is out there giving political speeches, any possibility of a strong blue wave will diminish.  President Obama, we think you should start bringing Hillary with you, after all, as a team you did so well.  President Obama continues to deny any responsibility – as does Hillary – for the four American deaths – Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods – in Benghazi.  Kris Paronto sets him straight.

The NFL drew a “red line” and when the season opens NFL caves in and abandons itThis is what happens when the NFL abandons principle. 

The Ugly Culture Legalizing Physician-Assisted Suicide Would Create.

It has been 17 years since 9/11/01…the terror of that fateful day will never be forgotten to those of us who watched as terror reigned.  We pray that no one will ever live through another attack that completely destroyed two buildings, partially destroyed another, and traumatized untold thousands of lives. With all of the pain, sadness, and distress of 9/11, there were many heroes on that fateful day who prevented even more bloodshed; here is one from Flight 93 that National Review (Notes & Asides) printed on May 10, 2002 and has graciously given us permission to link to it.