Today would be the 109th birthday of Ronald W. Reagan, our 40th President. A man who once said, “Let us be sure that those who come after will say of us in our time, that in our time we did everything that could be done. We finished the race; we kept them free; we kept the faith.” Ronald Reagan was a man who understood that America is the first nation that placed her faith in the people. Our Declaration of Independence made it possible for America to become the greatest nation ever. We have provided untold assistance to other nations in need, we have raised the standard of living throughout the world, we, as a nation, are committed to doing good, and yesterday, the majority of our representatives in the United States Senate did what was good for the United States of America, they acquitted President Donald J. Trump. President Trump, like every person who walks on this earth, has his flaws, but of this I am absolutely certain, President Donald J. Trump would never harm our nation for his personal gain.
Unfortunately, many will not agree; Sen. Schumer, Speaker Pelosi, Congressmen Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler, to name a few. They will continue to do all they can to prevent a second term for President Trump. They forget one thing; our Declaration of Independence – while enacted to unshackle us from the British Crown – empowered citizens to choose their leaders, and gave citizens, not the oligarchs committed to maintaining their own personal power, the ability to choose their own government. In 271 days, the people will decide who will lead this great nation, and I seriously doubt it will be the ones who controlled the government and stretched laws to their breaking point to maintain their fiefdoms.
Intellectual Takeout explains how the Associated Press twisted the facts about Trump’s Impeachment.
In case you missed President Trump’s State of the Union address, you can read it here.
Cuomo: Marijuana Bill Could Be A Tough Vote. (Is this why Governor Cuomo included it in the budget?)
Bill Hammond fact checks budget director, Robert Mujica’s Op-Ed on Gov. Cuomo’s Medicaid proposals.
An excellent read: In New York, Politicians Place Criminals and Violent Students First.
The ill-thought out Green Light Law strikes again: Department of Homeland Security suspends Global Entry program for New Yorkers. Read Chairman Kassar’s reaction here.