Robert Knight opined in Sunday’s Washington Times that the democrats’ moral compass (is) broken beyond repair.
Sunday’s NY Sun — The Flynn Case: Liberal Press Fails To Speak Up for Its Own Principles.
Please let this person (and her squad) be one term members of Congress. AOC’s Baseless Accusation That the US Is a “Brutal, Barbarian Society”
Guy Benson’s Analysis: The Left’s Stunningly Hypocritical Talking Points on the Biden Allegation
Saturday’s NY Post reported that NYC nursing home’s staggering coronavirus deaths don’t match state reports. The news continues to be devastating when it comes to nursing homes in New York State. Governor Cuomo continues to deflect criticism, especially during today’s presser. While it was not possible to hear the last question clearly, it was about the brewing scandal around high number of deaths in NY’s nursing homes. Listen to his answer. This is the first I’ve heard about having nursing homes dedicated to only coronavirus patients. Yes, it is good that Governor Cuomo wants and investigation; however, the investigation must be independent from New York State. If you agree, please sign our petition here.
Yancy Roy writes in Newsday How the COVID-19 virus has impacted New York state finances. “If he moves to reduce spending, Cuomo’s financial plan suggests a 10% cut for state agencies; and an $8.2 billion cut in direct “aid to localities” — a broad category that includes K-12 education, higher education, transportation/public transit and health care/Medicaid.” We believe every area of government will be forced to reduce their spending – raising taxes is the last thing New York can afford to do. With that being said, we believe first responders, including law enforcement, fire and EMT’s should have the least number of cuts as their primary responsibility is to protect the lives of our citizens.
Reopen Society Now: Every day on lockdown we further destroy our economy, our sanity, and our liberty.
Don’t get your hopes up about May 15. What it really means for NY coronavirus shutdown. This Syracuse.com article is geared for Syracuse readers, but does give a fairly good idea what the rest of New York is in for.
NYC school czar Richard Carranz is obviously part of the squad that believes you should never let a crisis go to waste: DOE could end screening for top NYC schools after coronavirus pandemic.