Michael Bloomberg, is obviously a great businessman. Not everyone can build a business that makes one a billionaire; Michael Bloomberg did. This ability has him believing that he is the smartest person, not only in the room, but in the United States of America; and therefore, he knows what is best for every single person who lives here. Mr. Bloomberg: You don’t know what is best for me! I think; I examine each side of an issue and, and once I reach a conclusion, unlike you, I stick to it. I wouldn’t be flip-flopping on issues just to be elected, nor would I try to buy the Presidential Office by making huge donations to organizations that would be beholden to me. The more we read about where you are making campaign stops, the more it seems like you are collecting votes for your donations.
Jim Jordan Lists the ‘Scary Stuff’ Dems Have Said and Done to Remove Trump from Office.
The NY Post editorial: Andrea Stewart-Cousins’ ridiculous excuse for endangering public safety. “The state Senate majority leader this week nixed the idea of fixing dangerous flaws in this year’s criminal justice “reforms,” which scrap bail for most offenses and slap stiff new requirements on DAs.”
William Z. Nard, writes in National Review that Jails Exist for a Reason. While the article is based on the problems at Rikers, it also makes the case that public safety must be considered. “Surely tailoring jail-population estimates to appease prison abolitionists will not reduce the number of dangerous criminals. ‘In 35 of the city’s 75 precincts, shootings are up. Many of the city’s most serious crimes are already committed by criminals on probation, parole, or who have pending cases,’ Manhattan Institute scholar Rafael Mangual argued recently.”
How will public safety be protected if the recommendations in this report that calls on new NYPD top cop Dermot Shea to abolish gang database?
Criminal Justice Reform is an issue that Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Democratic controlled Legislature must reexamine in the up-coming legislative session.
Those who commit crimes obviously need to work when released, but I doubt they will all get one as good as this: Buffalo Billion felon Schuler hired as Niagara County spokesman.
Despite what government tells you, money does not resolve all of the nuances that cause educational problems. Students’ Test Scores Unchanged After Decades of Federal Intervention in Education.
The NY Post editorial says Team Cuomo’s insulting bridge toll hike show.
E.J. McMahon examines the Board of Regents push for a reckless spending spree.
The more Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez speaks and votes, the more we learn how ill-informed she is. AOC Votes Against $700 Billion in Defense Spending, Blast Pundits for Not Calling It ‘Free Stuff’. And then there is this: No, AOC, Dogs Don’t Have More Time with Their Children Than Women.
The time is now to seriously slow down government spending; Feds Collect Record Taxes Through November; But Still Run $343.3 Billion Deficit With Second-Highest Spending in Nation’s History.
File this under: An employer who respects his employees. Kudos to Edward St. John for being a truly good person; displaying generosity, without looking for anything in return.