Daily Update

Dennis Prager explains why race or ethnicity have little to do with why there is opposition to mass immigration, be it legal or illegal, to America.

Great News:  Colorado Drops Second Case Against Christian Baker.

New York is number 1 Again!  The problem is do we really want to be number 1 in paying the most in state and local taxes?

Digital Advertising is here to stay, it is about to surpassed print and TV.. 

The Daily Signal reiterates the problems that CPAC attendees learned about allowing illegal immigrants to be given drivers licenses. 

A middle school math teacher opines in today’s NY Post:  My students know they’re in charge — and there’s nothing I can do. Middle School is usually 7, 8 and 9th grade, quite young to have the upper hand in a classroom.  The NY Post editorial has this to say:  NYC’s ‘progress’ in cutting school suspensions comes at the expense of education.  Meanwhile the education advocates are demanding an additional $4 Billion of your tax dollars they say has long been owed to them under an order by the state’s highest court. By the way, Robert Jackson, who was the lead plaintiff in the original Campaign for Fiscal Equity case, is now a state senator.  Does anyone really think additional money will change the attitudes of the students in the first article of this paragraph?  This certainly does not help … warning cards to NYC students over 16 who possess marijuana. 

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seeks the controversial limelight again:  Defending Omar’s Latest Anti-Semitic Comment, AOC Questions US Intervention in Afghanistan Immediately After 9/11.  

The NY Post editorial board has this to say about Omar’s latest:  This isn’t even a wrist-slap over Omar’s anti-Semitic tropes. 

Townhall.com’s update: Fireworks: House Dems Have ‘Full-Scale Brawl’ Over Resolution That Indirectly Rebukes Ilhan Omar’s Reported Anti-Semitism

Wednesday’s with Walter E. Williams.  Mr. Williams opines on AOC’s Green New Deal and explains that our planet is not fragile.