Suspects walk free after arrests by NYPD’s new anti-gun teams.
Randi Weingarten’s latest anti-parent rantings are extreme.
Biden’s bribe to the affluent: student loan forgiveness.
Michael Goodwin writes about
Joe Biden’s all malarkey all the time.
Hunter’s Law Firm Could Cash Out on Biden’s Controversial Order
Former Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, states the obvious in his Op-Ed on Fox News:
Biden surpasses Jimmy Carter as the most incompetent steward of the American economy.
A Mostly Wind- and Solar-Powered U.S. Economy Is a Dangerous Fantasy
Biden’s decline is obvious to everyone but the press.
Are Democrats and Joe Biden up to their old election tricks?
Hail the new fight to stop burning corporate cash on pushing woke idiocy. But as this NY Post editorial points out: New NYPD anti-gun units can’t do much when Albany still insists on protecting perps, not the public.
Victor Davis Hanson writes:
How America Became La La Land.
The Issues that Will Matter Most in the November Election.
Oh my, this headline will certainly “trigger” the Squad Members:
Manchin Saw Largest Jump in Approval Rating of Any Senator over Last Year, New Poll Finds.
This will probably “trigger” them even more:
Twitter accepts Musk’s $44 billion deal.
Editorial: After a New York appellate panel makes the right decision on gerrymandered districts, all eyes are on the state’s highest court. “Tossing these lines and ordering new ones from a special master and pushing back the primary from June to August is the one true, fair and just outcome. And since the state Independent Redistricting Commission also failed to follow the Constitution, the maps for the state Senate and Assembly must also be redone.”
From Football Field to Supreme Court: Meet the Coach Who’s Fighting for Freedom to Pray.
Christopher F. Rufo writes about
Radical Gender Lessons for Young Children in City Journal.
Fauci’s condemnation of the judiciary reeks of totalitarianism.
Did you know this:
American Library Association Picks Self-Proclaimed Marxist as President. (This is one of those articles every parent/grandparent should read.)
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of a true hero,
Timothy Klein, who perished while battling a fire in Canarsie on Sunday.
Job well done, Senator Orrin Hatch, now it is time to
Rest in Peace.
The BIG news yesterday was that a panel of five mid-level appellate judges t
he majority found the congressional map was unconstitutional — a decision that, if upheld, would block the use of those district lines for the upcoming midterm elections in November. Essentially, this is a huge win for all New Yorkers since the judges ruled the 2022 congressional map itself “was drawn to discourage competition and favor Democrats.” The case heads to the Court of Appeals, most likely next week. National Review reports the win here. Chairman Kassar’s statement on the ruling can be read here. The ruling can be read here.
Randi Weingarten says parental rights bills are ‘the way in which wars start.‘ This woman is so hooked on the perceived power of being president of the American Federation of Teachers, that Ms. Weingarten seems to believe that the American Federation of Teachers has replaced the responsibility parents have in raising their children. A word of advice to Ms. Weingarten: Keep up the good work, the more you keep preaching that you know more than parents do about raising their children, the more parents will become involved to save their children from the nonsense you put forth.
Trivial Schooling = More Absenteeism.
‘Canceling’ Student Debt is Unfair to Graduates Like Me Who Sacrificed to Pay Off Our Loans.
National Review writes:
Student-Debt ‘Cancellation’ Would Be a Moral, Economic, and Political Catastrophe.
Hans von Spakovsky writes in the Daily Signal that the
Biden Administration Should Lose Its Mask Mandate Appeal. We couldn’t agree more!
Trump Says Biden Has Done More Damage in Year Than 5 Worst Presidents Combined.
China or the USA?
As Crime Grows, Biden’s Radical War On Self-Defense Is Alienating Voters.
26 Governors Create Border Strike Force ‘In the Absence of Federal Leadership’
The Memo: Biden faces mutiny on Title 42
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Contact: Bill O’Reilly, 212-396-9117
April 21, 2022
– “The New York State Conservative Party applauds today’s decision on the Democratic Party’s gerrymandered New York congressional lines by the Appellate Division, Fourth Judicial Department of the Supreme Court of The State Of New York. Governor Kathy Hochul and the Democratic Party clearly drew district lines unconstitutionally to benefit themselves in this November’s congressional elections. We wish that today’s decision included State Senate and Assembly lines, which were cynically drawn by the Democrats as well.
“We are also pleased that a Special Master is working on an independent set of lines while the State Legislature is given one last chance to fix its wrong. It is our understanding that the New York State Court of Appeals has agreed to hear this case.”
April 21, 2022
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Sorry, Mayor Adams: Comparing today’s crime to the ’80s won’t cut it.
File this under “grasping at straws” or “desperate to win,”
Hochul: ‘Options’ exist for replacing Benjamin on ballot.
The Biden Administration cannot end soon enough.
New Rule Would Force Climate Change Reporting Requirements on Most Companies in America; Biden Admin Claims More Red Tape Will Boost Efficiency. He is also restoring some environmental permitting requirements loosened by Trump. Then there is this: Biden resumes ‘air illegal’ into Westchester as migrant tide grows even worse and this Democrats pressure Biden to back off Title 42 decision. (You know Biden’s open border is a very serious problem when this news is public.) But alas, Biden has told Obama he’s running again.
Biden doesn’t need Title 42 to stop the border crisis — he needs ‘Remain in Mexico’.
The White House’s Swift Surrender on Federal Mask Order Underscores the Tricky Politics of Mask Mandates.
From the Washington Times:
COVID-19 lockdowns not worth the cost/Free states did disproportionally better than those with mandates
Jen Psaki will be a star on MSNBC, albeit, MSNBC will continue with low ratings.
Psaki fights back tears over Florida’s parental rights bill, says it’s hurting children’s ‘lives’. President Biden, there is nothing hateful about this bill, what is wrong is an administration trying to usurp the parent’s rights as to when their children learn about transgenderism and sexuality.
From Mercator.net, a review of the book: 100 Years of Identity Crisis: Culture War over Socialisation by Frank Furedi, De Gruyter, 2021, 259 pp,
Mapping identity politics in the culture war. From the article: “In the words of anthropologist, Weston LaBarre, “the single, most important thing in human behaviour is literally and specifically, the way we bring up our children”. They “play a critical role in the realisation of social change”, as educationalist John Dewey observed. For political and social ideologues, their malleable minds can absorb novel ideas, provided they can control their education and formation.”
Rev. Franklin Graham: School board member is ‘most important elected official’ in America today.
From the Washington Times:
Fla. law sparks wave of bills: States move to protect parents’ control of childhood sexual education.
Black Lives Matter leaders aren’t capitalist converts, they still want to dismantle the US. It appears that the main stream media is avoiding the fact that co-founder Patrisse Cullors purchased a $6M house in California and went through great duplicitous lengths to keep it hidden. The main stream media is quite comfortable filtering the news to only let you know what they want you to know; fortunately, there is competition to get the unpleasant facts (Hunter Biden’s laptop) out in the open. It is unfortunate that Ms. Cullors hasn’t done more to prevent headlines like this: Massive increase in Black Americans murdered was result of defund police movement: experts
Heather MacDonald writes in the City-Journal:
Averting Our Eyes/The New York subway massacre has roots in mental illness, but the shooter’s delusions were likely fed by the relentless cultivation of racial resentment.
Joe Mahoney writes:
Hochul questioned on Lt. Gov. judgment.
Dr. Joel Zinberg’s Op-Ed in the NY Post:
Brian Benjamin just the latest in a long line of sleazy New York pols. “Unless voters insist on leaders willing to aggressively address the issue of ethics in government, New York will retain its dubious distinction as a national leader in the production of sleazy politicians.” As Dr. Zinberg notes in the above quote, voters must choose wisely. Get involved, Save our State, by helping Lee Zeldin become our next governor.
John Gizzi writes in Newsmax:
Resigned Lt. Gov. Benjamin Leaves NY Gov. Hochul a Big Dilemma
Thanks to the Empire Center we now know how much NY’s budget will cost:
$6,987.37 per second.
NY Post editorial:
Do NY Democrats really believe their handpicked judges are racially biased?
U.S. Embassy Staff Destroyed Passports as Taliban Took Over, Trapping American Allies in Afghanistan.
Daniel Henninger writes in the Wall Street Journal (subscription required):
The Devil Resurfaces in Ukraine.
From Gatestone Institute:
Iran’s – and America’s – Plans to Fund Russia’s War In Ukraine.
Biden’s Iran deal would create a foreign policy disaster for US and hand Xi, Putin, Khamenei a major victory.
Like all gun control, Biden’s ghost gun push is conspicuous futility.
Biden uses Putin ‘genocide’ as distraction from inflation woes.
Biden’s welcome program for illegal immigrants.
Migrants snap selfies at border after crossing into US.
Migrant bus to Washington ups stakes in GOP-Biden border fight.
Noah Williams writes in City Journal about
The Costs of Wishful Thinking on Inflation/Monetary and fiscal policymakers have not adapted well to the Covid-19 recession and subsequent recovery.
Zuckerberg won’t repeat 2020’s massive spending on elections offices, bows to conservative critics. Why don’t I believe their spokesman Brian Baker?
No one wants a woke mouse in their house.
Christopher F. Rufo:
No Conspiracy Theory/Parents are right to worry about sexual abuse of students by school officials.
Lipton Matthews writes:
Whites Do Not Owe Blacks Anything.
Jeff Minick writes in Intellectual Takeout:
Helping Kids Sprout Wings of Independence.
April 14, 2022
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This carnage must end; please God, help us end this senseless violence. Praying for all involved, the victims and their families and for the first responders who far too often have to rush to similar scenes.
Multiple People Shot, Undetonated Devices Found at Brooklyn Subway Station.
NY lieutenant governor arrested on bribery charges. Gov. Hochul, loyalty is a great virtue to have, however, your loyalty must be to the citizens of New York state. As long as you continue to “stand by your man,” New Yorkers will believe that “birds of a feather flock together.” You’ve made your decision and noted just last week that you have the “utmost confidence” in him. Today the Lt. Governor surrendered to federal authorities to face a five-count federal indictment brought after a . two-year investigation Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin’s arrest exposes Kathy Hochul’s vast ethics problem. Voters will remember and make their voices heard on November 8 th. To our readers, get involved and help Lee Zeldin Save our State.
NYers buy Medicaid for illegal migrants in Gov. Hochul, Dems’ $220B budget
Albany’s ridiculous reluctance to lift the charter cap is based on fiction.
Youth violence needs more than federal crackdown on ‘ghost guns’.
Inflation surges 8.5% in March, hitting a new 40-year high.
Bidenflation Spikes to New High.
NYT Report Reveals White House in Chaos Over Border Crisis.
Cause for concern…
In Medical Schools, Woke Ideology Trumps True Healthcare.
Why ‘Just Print More Money’ Was Always a Terrible (and Dangerous) Idea.
Xi’s zero-COVID policy shows why Communist China remains a threat.
David Keene writes in the Washington Times:
Thin-skinned Biden is the most dangerous man in the world. Mr. Keene insightful article is well worth reading and explains why Joe Biden’ biggest fear is Rupert Murdock.
Judge Lindley gets it (mostly) wrong.
Where we draw the line: Hyperpartisan districts drawn by N.Y. Democrats must fall.
Hochul’s first budget rewards unions at taxpayers’ expense — and sets the state on the road to insolvency.
Hochul, lawmakers roll back pension reform in $220B budget.
Brian Benjamin’s errata: The lieutenant governor can’t seem to get ethics disclosures right. The last sentence in this editorial by the NY Daily News is an excellent one, and Governor Hochul should address it. If Gov. Hochul still has the “utmost support” for LG, we have to ask why?
Don’t expect Hochul’s new ethics panel to be better than the old one.
From: The Citizen in Auburn, NY
Our view: NY budget process hardly something to celebrate.
California, New York handled COVID-19 lockdowns the worst, Florida among the best, a new study shows.
Students who oppose free speech and contracts should lose professional prospects.
How Spotify Is Pushing To Abolish Police and Prisons
Democrats face tough climb on winning Senate approval of legal marijuana.
All Drugged Up: Kids, Schools, and the Dulling of the Mind.
China Taking Over Africa: ‘China’s Second Continent’
White House paints rosy picture as recession fears increase.
Axios, Bloomberg, others forecast ‘nasty’ March inflation report: ‘Number likely to be ugly’
Is Rupert Murdoch one of the world’s most dangerous men? Biden’s attack on conservative press
Miranda Devine writes in the NY Post:
The Biden family scheme unravels
Stop Biden and the Democrats’ War on Charter Schools.
Don’t believe any of what China says about Putin’s Ukraine war.
Behind Every Masculine Man Is a Feminine Woman.
Oreos Gone Woke: Is Nothing Off Limits to LGBT Left?
Sometimes you just have to laugh:
We have an early frontrunner for dumbest reason to build a sports stadium of 2022.
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Statement from New York State Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar on New York State Budget
Brooklyn, NY – “Kathy Hochul’s monstrosity of a budget will ensure that New York remains the highest taxed state in the union. By using one-shot federal revenues to fund growth in state operations, New Yorkers will be perennially on the hook for the Democrat’s exorbitant spending, which will now exceed $220 billion — about the size of Florida’s and Texas’s combined budgets, states with greater populations than New York.
“The Governor also failed to achieve real changes to the ill-advised bail reform laws that have spurred a statewide crime wave. Judges must be able to consider potential criminality at sentencing. Anything less than is worthless window dressing.
“Governor Hochul pretended to be a moderate. This budget proves she is anything but. New Yorkers needed tax relief and got a Titanic budget boondoggle instead. Thankfully it’s an election year.”
April 5, 2022
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