Bail debate scrambles New York state budget talks. “… top lawmakers in the state Senate and Assembly remain publicly opposed to scaling the bail law back. Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins has said a “national Republican campaign of fear” has stoked opposition to the bail law over the last several years, unfairly and inaccurately linking the law to the rise in crime.”
“Sure, there are plenty of budget priorities heading into the final two weeks of negotiations in Albany. But are any of them more personal for Gov. Kathy Hochul than getting a deal for a new stadium for her beloved Buffalo Bills?” Another Buffalo Billion — this time, for the Bills?
Diversity Smokescreen/The notion that a demographically representative college class makes for better education is a pretext for the real proposition: that certain people deserve reparations.
Andrew C. McCarthy notes that Ketanji Brown Jackson is a progressive and progressive judges tend to be light sentencers in his column: Ho-Hum: The Cases Senator Hawley Cites Show Judge Jackson Is an Unremarkable Sentencer in Child-Porn Cases. His column is also a good reminder that our Commander-in-Chief’s second most long-lasting and essential role is the nomination of Supreme Court Justices. Elections have consequences.
Daniel Oliver writes in Human Events about: WHEELED VEHICLES, KANGAROOS, AND NANCY PELOSI’S JANUARY 6 COMMITTEE