It is so easy to spend other people’s money when you don’t have to worry about where it is coming from: Here’s How Much the Formal Impeachment Inquiry Has Cost Taxpayers So Far.
How soon they forget: Impeachment Then and Now.
Wow. Is the Speaker, deaf, dumb and blind? How can Congresswoman Pelosi say this with a straight face? Pelosi threatens to withhold impeachment articles until Senate guarantees ‘fair’ trial. What was “fair” in the House, Madam Speaker? Read what NY Post’s Michael Goodwin thinks about the actions of the Speaker. The NY Sun’s editorial opines on the Speaker’s predicament.
Mark Levin has this to say: Nancy Pelosi’s Latest Impeachment Stunt Is Brazenly Unconstitutional.
This has been a long time coming: Horowitz Examining Past FISA Applications to Determine if FBI’s ‘Basic Errors’ are Systemic.
Ken Blackwell opines in Townhall.com on how important it is to allow the free market to be unencumbered by the federal government: Federal Santa Comes To Town With Three Proposals That Are Lumps of Coal.
The Daily Signal has this to say about the federal budget: House Funds Key Programs but Adds to Government Bloat, Waste. And National Review writes about five bad things in the new spending deal.
Judge Thomas Leone understands the probable consequences New Yorkers will face when the criminal justice changes become effective in less than two weeks. Unfortunately, for all New Yorkers, Judge Leone cannot be in every court room to protect the innocent.
Bob McManus’ latest article in the NY Post is written from a perspective that few have. As a reporter for a local Albany paper (in his earlier career) he covered Gov. Mario Cuomo and was certainly aware of the political dreams and aspirations of the current Governor, Andrew Cuomo. Andrew Cuomo’s sad 2020 agenda is a clear sign he wants a new job. It is one of Mr. McManus’s best to date.