Is the Press Corps getting tired of Gov. Cuomo’s coveting publicity?
New York is facing a severe budget shortfall. This is a bombshell related to the fact that Medicaid is facing a real funding problem. And it isn’t only the fiscally conservative Empire Center that is reporting the bad news. Read Crain’s New York Business on the looming budget deficit here.
This is so typical of Governor Cuomo: Cuomo says no new funding for criminal justice reforms. NY law enforcement has reasons to be worried about the new reforms. And counties cannot keep absorbing the costs of unfunded mandates; residents cannot afford any increases in taxes, and the 2% barely covers the naturally occurring increases. The exodus of New Yorkers will continue.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is on the defense in his Op-Ed countering Michael Goodwin’s November 2, column. Fortunately, for all New Yorkers, the NY Post editorial board, stand by their “intrepid columnist.” Alas, the Left will never accept the facts, to their own detriment.
But there is hope. Some are beginning to see the facts; for example, Candace Owens, who in 2016 was a self-described liberal. Now she is the leader of the Blexit (Blexit means the exit by black Americans from a Democratic Party that takes their vote for granted) movement, and the worst nightmare for democrats. Watch out Al Sharpton, there is a new, attractive spokesperson making her mark in African-American communities and Ms. Owen is making it by recognizing the virtue of HOPE. Kudos to Candace Owens.
More bad news for democrats: State Elections Aren’t All about Trump.
Congressman Adam Schiff explain this: ‘Coup has started,’ whistleblower’s attorney said in 2017 posts calling for impeachment. Mark S. Zaid wrote on his certified Twitter account on Jan. 30, 2017, Mr. Trump’s 11th day in power, that “#coup has started. First of many steps. #rebellion. #impeachment will follow ultimately. #lawyers.”
Before Donald J. Trump was president, he did this.
About early voting in New York State; New York needs to rethink early voting and Less than 20% of NYC voters cast ballots this year. Your tax dollars pay for early voting, is it worth the expense? Next year is a Presidential election, we will see if there is an improvement.
Good news regarding Tuesday’s elections. John P. O’Connor was elected to the Town Council in the Town of Southeast (Putnam County) and Alicia Terry was elected the Town of Gilboa (Schoharie County) Supervisor. Joseph Lorigo was re-elected to the Erie County Legislature . Mr. Lorigo serves as the Minority Leader. All are enrolled conservatives. As we get more information, we will let you know.
More hypocrisy by a leading liberal newspaper: A Massive New Study Says the Washington Post Often Underpays Young Women and People of Color