Editorial: Another ethics flub/What part of “distance yourselves from the people you oversee” is unclear? Thankfully, the Albany Times Union chose to report this Hochul debacle.
State of ‘denial’: Hochul calls crime woes GOP ‘conspiracy,’ NYers say it’s real. It is unbelievable what the Governor of New York said on MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation,” Sunday. To call the horrendous videos a GOP conspiracy tells the listeners that the pain and anguish the victims are experiencing means absolutely nothing to her; except if it happens in Buffalo where she exploited it to raise funds. What Kathy Hochul said is reprehensible.
NYC Councilman, Joseph Borelli, writes in City and State: Why Lee Zeldin will win.
Schumer, Pinion square off in debate as both seek Senate seat/Debate highlights the U.S. Senate race between longtime incumbent Sen. Charles E. Schumer and upstart Republican opponent Joe Pinion. When you read this headline, you know at once that it will be a biased article. Why is Joe Pinion described as a “upstart” which, as Google describes is a derogatory word about a person who has risen suddenly to wealth or high position, especially one who behaves arrogantly. Watch the debate here and see that Joe Pinion is concerned about New Yorkers and wants to go to Washington to make all lives better.
Andrew C. McCarthy writes in National Review: Let the End of the George Floyd Case Mark the End of a National Psychosis
Seriously? Dems, Media Demand GOP Call Off Campaign