In case you missed this over the weekend Judith Clark, the domestic terrorist involved in the infamous 1981 Brinks Robbery that left 2 police officers -- Waverly Brown and Edward O’Grady -- and Brink’s guard Peter Page dead, is up for parole again. 

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In case you missed this over the weekend Judith Clark, the domestic terrorist involved in the infamous 1981 Brinks Robbery that left 2 police officers — Waverly Brown and Edward O’Grady — and Brink’s guard Peter Page dead, is up for parole again.  The fact that she is even eligible for parole is the result of Governor Andrew Cuomo declaring her rehabilitated (can’t help but ask what is Governor Cuomo’s expertise in declaring her rehabilitated) and minimizing her actual crime.  The NYS Conservative Party has launched a petition to keep her in prison; please sign the petition   and send a message that killing police officers will land you in prison for the rest of your natural life. 

Cuomo & Co’s next special-interest payoff.  Be prepared, you know it is going to cost you more in the long run. 

Jonathon Trugman has some good advice for Governor Cuomo and the Legislative Members:  Cutting NY taxes will eventually increase state, city revenue. 

The Daily Gazette outlines some common sense changes that are sorely needed in the budget adoption process. 

Daniel Ikenson and Colin Grabow have a better way to unclog NYC streets: Repeal the Jones Act. 

Very good insight from Richard Brodsky: We’re going to ‘commission’ ourselves into authoritarianism. 

The Beat writes about the De Blasio Corruption Scandal…AGAIN. 

File this under “Be careful what you wish for.”