If ever there was an extremely accurate editorial, the New York Post printed it today: Albany’s end of session: uglier than ever. Read it and weep as it speaks the truth about the NYS Legislature. Unfortunately, when the Big Ugly is passed (and there is little doubt that it will be since Governor Andrew Cuomo blasted the legislature for not doing enough for the progressive movement) the steady exodus of New Yorkers’ will only increase as the burden on taxpayers, already one of highest in the nation, will become more than the average wage earner is willing to pay. It is unconscionable that the majority of the current elected officials are willing to pursue a course that continues the demise of what was once an Empire State. What is also unacceptable is the people who elected these officials that encourage the demise of a state that was once a beacon to those who wanted to pursue the American Dream through the free enterprise system, not government mandates and handouts.
The City is reporting that: AIRPORT WORKERS TURN TO ALBANY FOR HEALTHCARE AND PAID LEAVE BENEFITS.
The Buffalo News has a very thoughtful and interesting editorial on an unequal spending equation on education.
Charter Schools have done well for their students, yet, state Dems are fighting charter schools near end of legislative session. One would think that the education of our youth would be more important than pleasing the NYS Teacher’s Union.
Michael Goodwin writes that William Barr is determined to unravel truth behind Russia lie.
Robert Knight opines on keeping the Russia collusion hoax alive.
The Beat writes about Youth Truth and former NYPD Commissioner, William J. Bratton opines on like it or not, broken windows works.