Assemblyman Carl Heastie, Speaker of the NYS Assembly, won’t back felony charges when the NYPD is attacked by civilians throwing water. Speaker Heastie said “ that boosting criminal penalties and putting more offenders in prison for dousing is punitive.” The Bill seeks to amend the Penal Law, adding throwing or spraying water on the police officers a Class E Felony which does not require jail time. Speaker Heastie should know a Class E Felony does not necessarily put a person in jail. Chairman Kassar notes, in the same article, that Speaker Heastie is sending the wrong message.
The Beat: QUESTIONING THE NEW YORK HEALTH ACT
Cuomo’s stalls again, he likes the system the way it is and will stall as long as he can.
Kudos to Niagara County for filing a law suit over the green light law which allows illegal immigrants to be granted a drivers’ license.
Tammy Bruce writes How Democrats exploit a tragedy in their ghoulish play for power.
Andrew P. Napolitano’s article in the Washington Times is one of the best he has written. Supreme Court: Right to bear arms protected by highest category of liberty recognized by law.
The Daily Signal tells us that guns saved these Americans from assault and robbery in July.
It is shameful that we need a Bill that would allow victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants in sanctuary cities to sue.
‘It’s a Form of Legal Trolling’: AOC Tries to Brush off FEC Complaints Against Her and Her Ex-Chief of Staff
Do you think “The Hunt” will be Universal’s biggest flop in their history? Or will the real deplorables make it a huge financial success?
Walter W. Williams opines on Was Trump Right About Baltimore?