Scandals, Scandals, Scandals…how many is Andrew Cuomo allowed to have before his empire collapses?

“Not easily dismissed by hospitals that refuse to treat the elderly patients, New York families have turned to a couple of attorneys, including Ralph C. Lorigo and Jon F. Minear, both with West Seneca, NY-based Law Office of Ralph C. Lorigo” to help save their loved one’s lives with ivermectin.  Read more about what our State Vice Chair Ralph Lorigo is doing to help save lives.   More about ivermectin here —   Peer-reviewed study: Ivermectin cuts COVID infections, deaths by 75% and Ivermectin and the Virus.

The Chesterton Option: America Is Worth a Crusade.  “There lies in conservative populism a great opportunity, not just to turn the tide sooner rather than later, but to restore that foundational element that America cannot do without.”  Excellent essay by Joseph Mackinnon.

Team Biden caves on Iran — and gets nothing in return.

Biden’s gun control policies would treat everyone like a criminal.

If it ain’t broke, Joe Biden will break it: Goodwin.

Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure package is totally unnecessary.

Byron York writes in the Washington Examiner:  The border is even worse than you think

Biden’s atrocious opening to packing the Supreme Court.

It Only Took 74 Days Before Hunter Biden Was Trading Off the Presidency, Beginning His Book Tour.

ICYMI:  Hunter Biden: I was so crack-addled, I forgot pants — but I was also very qualified for Burisma.

Wow, talk about outlandish statements:  Buttigieg Claims Racism Is ‘Physically Built’ Into U.S. Interstate System.

How many different scandals must unfold before Governor Andrew Cuomo resigns or is impeached by his colleagues…or will his colleagues keep moving the goal posts to give themselves leverage for what they want as they did in the bloated, unsustainable NYS Budget?  Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s government staff did work on ‘super PAC’s’ poll.

Stuck in Limbo—but Spending Lavishly/The vagueness of the plan to expand Penn Station didn’t stop Albany from appropriating $1.3 billion to rush it along.

Failure to lift the charter-school cap hurts NY’s most deprived kids.

‘Drinktator’ Andrew Cuomo extends no-alcohol-without-food rule.

In case you have forgotten that the NYS Legislature is helping New York’s exodus, here is a reminder of the taxes we pay:  Combined local-state tax rate in New York highest in US.

Robert Knight opines in the Washington Times that Georgia’s citizens and baseball fans deserve an apology from Rob Manfred.

The Schoolyard Bully Morphs into the Corporate Bully.

From the Wall Street Journal (subscription required)  CEOs Plan New Push on Voting Legislation Companies from PayPal to AMC have signaled they will support joining effort for voter access, people say.  Since this article seems to indicate that they are all calling for greater voter access, they must want handouts from the government, why else would they become involved in a state’s right to be certain that those who vote are citizens of these United States.  It doesn’t make sense to me why they would take an active role in voting rights.  Are they looking for cheap labor as well as tax incentives? Is it a way to pressure the US Senate to pass HR-1, the federal takeover of voting in the United States while the US Constitution specifically leaves it up to individual states?  Is it about appeasing employees? What they should realize is that they really do not want to anger those who purchase their goods, especially when many CEOs are not fully aware of what any pending legislation will do.  After all the Bill passed in Georgia, that began this upheaval was completely misrepresented.  Even the ultra-liberal Washington Post gave President Joe Biden 4 Pinocchio’s for his take on the bill – yet, he continues to distort it.