Kudos to our military and President Donald J. Trump. From our President’s address this morning “As long as I’m president of the United States, Iran will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon. Good morning. I’m pleased to inform you the American people should be extremely grateful and happy. No Americans were harmed in last night’s attack by the Iranian regime. We suffered no casualties. All of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases.”
We are fortunate to have President Trump and his unabashed love of America and resolve in keeping America safe while doing all he can to protect our military men and women.
As Ben Shapiro writes in Townhall.com, Trump’s Iran Policy Isn’t the Problem; Barack Obama’s Was.
Katie Pavlich has this to say about the President’s speech: President Trump Delivers Another Blow to Iran in White House Address to the Nation
The giant hole in Dems’ criticism of Trump’s attack on Qassem Soleimani: Goodwin
Note to those who use our money in the war on poverty: Poverty in the U.S. Was Plummeting—Until Lyndon Johnson Declared War On It.
People’s State of the State Calls for Policy Changes to Address Poverty.
With lives at stake, Albany must fix bail-reform failure … now!
Barry Latzer writes in National Review about New York’s Bad Bail-Reform Law.
From Our Town – the local paper for the upper east side — Blowback to Bail Reform.
‘Violent’ sex offender among 3 men released under bail reform in Cortland County.
Our view: NY Legislature must address bail reform.
Add your voice to the chorus calling for serious changes in the Criminal Justice Reform Act, sign our petition now. Please send the link to everyone you know; act now in order to prevent any further tragedies.
While most editorials and news articles seem to support changes in the Criminal Justice Reform Act, one has to remember advocates are rallying against any changes. Please sign our petition now.
From Bill Hammond: Putting a Medicaid cut in context.
George J. Marlin writes in Newsmax: Albany Dems Will Likely Cover Up 2020 Agenda Costs.
Yancy Roy covers the Governor’s State of the State in Newsday.