State Democrats open door to fixing awful ‘no-bail’ reforms — but will they do enough? The bigger question is will they bring Speaker Heastie on board? We cannot emphasize enough, cashless bail is only part of the problem with this law; the changes to “discovery” are by far a bigger problem, in that it is an almost impossible hurdle to overcome. Most of the coverage is on cashless bail, which may be resolved by giving judges all their discretion back, however, if the new “discovery” rules are not adjusted, it is only a matter of time before tragedy strikes. Manhattan DA might not prosecute cases because of criminal justice reforms. Sign our petition here.
Rafael A. Mangual, writes in City-Journal that increasingly lenient treatment of career criminals is putting more police in danger.
Another New Yorker is no longer running for president. (Now will we never get our $1000 per month universal basic income …I was really curious how he would make that “pie-in-the-sky” promise a reality with an additional value added tax.)
Liberal Groups and High-Powered Lawyers Swarm Detroit to Keep Dead Voters on Rolls. Guess what state the lawyers are from. Anyone surprised?
Parents, are your children on Tic-Toc? Did you know this about Tic-Toc?
Hey Bernie: Read this.
Bill Hammond writes about a Medicaid benefit that doubles in 4 years.
Words of wisdom from Walter E. Williams. “The most important audience for “A More or Less Perfect Union” is high school and college students. For it is they who stand a good chance of losing the liberties that made our nation the greatest and freest on earth.” (emphasis added.)