Brooklyn, NY – “Negotiating away the death penalty with terrorists at Guantanamo Bay would be a travesty of justice against the more than 3,000 victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, their surviving family members, and every servicemember who has risked his or her life over the past 21 years to protect this nation from further attacks.
“Self-proclaimed 9/11 architect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his terrorist confederates, Ramzi Binalshibh, Mustafa Ahmed al-Hawsawi, Walid bin Attash and Ammar al-Baluchi, should have been tried in military court years ago for their murderous attacks against U.S. citizens.
“Mohammed and his partners plotted for months to kill as many innocent Americans as possible on that bright September morning and would have killed hundreds or thousands more in Washington, D.C. had brave passengers not overtaken one of the hijacked aircraft over Pennsylvania. Any efforts to soften the penalties they pay for their actions are unacceptable. Time will never lessen the evil these men did.”
How a Hochul donor received $637M in state payments. “I was not aware that this was a company that had been supportive of me,” Hochul said during a July 20 press briefing, referring to the campaign donations. “I don’t keep track of that. My team, they have no idea.” All I will say about this is, if you believe it, beware of scam artists.
Brooklyn, NY – “New York family farms and their employees will suffer a serious economic blow thanks to a shortsighted decision by the Democrat-controlled Farm Laborers Wage Board yesterday. Family-owned agricultural businesses in New York have been reeling for years from overregulation, oppressively high taxation — including the Death Tax, which forces surviving family members to sell land to pay Albany and Washington following the death of loved ones — and now this. These family farms work on incredibly tight margins, competing with agricultural competitors from across the hemisphere. This decision will put a lot of people out of work — in the false name of progress. New York strikes again.”
Why is it okay for Texas to be overrun by people crossing the boarder illegally since the Biden Administration opened the floodgates, but it isn’t okay to bring these same people to the city that calls itself a sanctuary city? Can you say hypocrite, Manuel Castro? Why don’t you go see for yourself what is happening in and around the areas where the migrants are invading our country; see what has happening to Texas. Oh, and when you crossed the boarder at age 5, was that legally or illegally?
National Review’s Op-Ed is excellent: Biden’s Student-Debt Decree Wrong on Every Level. “To the extent it is possible, the order must be challenged in court and hindered by every legal means available. Republicans have rightly blasted the move, with Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell calling it a “slap in the face to working Americans.” They should devote the time from now to Election Day exposing this grotesque giveaway to voters and reasserting reality: The U.S. president is not an omnipotent genie placed behind the Resolute desk to grant partisan wishes by the stroke of his pen.”
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) wrote this in February, 2019: How Government-Guaranteed Student Loans Killed the American Dream for Millions. “When government-guaranteed checks keep rolling in, there’s no incentive for colleges and universities to lower their prices. In fact, they do the opposite.” Government created the mess, and as usual, now they want you to pay for their promising you (or should I say buying your votes with your money) they will take care of you from cradle to grave.
‘You’re not New Yorkers’: Hochul says political rivals like Zeldin ought to move to Florida. ““We are fighting for democracy. We’re fighting to bring government back to the people and out of the hands of dictators,” Hochul said at a Monday evening rally in Kingston alongside Democratic congressional candidate Pat Ryan, where she called out his Republican opponent, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, Zeldin and former President Donald Trump.”
Looking at the photos in the NY Post article, I do not see a teleprompter, which leads me to believe that New York’s Governor is speaking from her deeply held beliefs that she is “fighting to bring government back to the people and out of the hands of dictators…” and then went on to say “Trump and Zeldin and Molinaro – just jump on a bus and head down to Florida where you belong. OK? Get out of town. Because you don’t represent our values,” added Hochul, who raised eyebrows last week for a dig against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at a Manhattan event commemorating the Holocaust. (As written in that article, Gov. Hochul quickly noted “Getting in trouble – gotta stay on script…”.)
It is interesting how you say that the three gentlemen you singled out to “jump on a bus and head down to Florida,” “don’t represent your values.”
It is interesting to know that you want to take New York’s government out of the hands of dictators; while all you have done with your words is show what a dictator you are. If New Yorkers do not agree with what you want, if they want to protect innocent lives, especially unborn innocent lives, if they do not want their hard earned money used to build a sports stadium they will never use, if they complain when you use state aircraft as your personal taxi, if they demand an honest discussion on the failed criminal justice reforms, if they are fed up with Executive Orders interfering in their daily lives and understand that placing more restrictions on our 2nd Amendment only creates a market for more illegal guns on the streets, they are the dictators, Governor?
Look in a mirror, Governor, you are the dictator, and we will end your reign.
Save our State. Get Involved. Vote for Lee Zeldin and Alison Esposito.
Hypocrite! Gov. Hochul blasts district attorneys who ‘undercharge’ perps after NYC sucker-punch. The hypocritical governor must be feeling the heat due to her lack of judgement regarding the criminal justice reforms she has staunchly upheld since taking office a year ago. Her lack of concern for the people of New York cannot be ignored with one presser blasting DA’s; Governor Hochul could have set an example but chose not to by listening to her progressive allies in the legislature.
Sarah Arnold points out in her column on Townhall.com: Woke New York Gov. Signs Bill to Scrap ‘Gendered Language’ that in Democrat-controlled New York, passing a law to better suit liberals who get offended by a word is more important than spending the time to fix the city’s crime problem.
Good for Ms. Biaggi; obviously Ms. Biaggi understands capitalism, as evidenced by the purchase, by her entrepreneur husband and herself (while apparently holding on to her previous $691,006 condo in Pelham), it is unfortunate that the policies she embraces as a progressive lefty makes it extremely difficult for everyone else to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Alessandra Biaggi relocates to new district in million dollar home.
GOP ad blitz for Steve Wells surges to almost $1M in final days of CNY campaign for Congress “If they weren’t in trouble, they wouldn’t be spending this kind of money at the last minute,” (Tom) Dadey told syracuse.com | The Post-Standard on Sunday. “They’re buying more ads at the 11th hour because they’re panicked.” Read how the Citizen (Auburnoub.com) fact checks the ad about our candidate, Brandon Williams. (Hopefully, it is not behind a pay wall.) A piece of advice for voters: don’t rely only on ads to make your choice; it would be in ones’ best interest to question all ads running about all candidates; contact the campaign and the candidate to know whom you are voting for. Attend/watch debates. Stop by their campaign office. Read the local papers, talk to your neighbors. Get involved in the race, after all the candidate is elected by you to represent what you would do if you were elected.
Leor Sapir ask the question in his City Journal column: A Victory for Child Welfare? Did the American Academy of Pediatrics tacitly reverse its stance on pediatric gender medicine?
CDC Director Walensky to reorganize agency after admitting Covid pandemic response fell short. A reorganization isn’t all it needs; it needs to have a variety of experts to discuss all the possible solutions and then speak as one; not as individuals who listen to whom they are beholden to. For example, why did Randi Weingarten dictate the protocol for students? What was the basis of her expertise in public health? By the way, Ms. Weingarten only taught for 6 years in the early 1990’s and full time for only half that amount. Since then, Ms. Weingarten has been a teacher’s union executive earning $426,000 in 2020-2021.
From the Washington Times editorial page: Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act diminishes prospects for human progress. “Hope is contagious, optimists are fond of reminding. So is doubt, unfortunately. The Democratic Party’s so-called Inflation Reduction Act, supposedly packed with smart policy remedies for an ailing nation, is the work of doubters bent on extinguishing the material progress that has made America exceptional. It serves the aims of the “degrowth” movement, which is to reduce the imprint of human progress upon the globe.”
To say this is outrageous is an understatement: Biden’s new Title IX rules deputize teachers to override parents on gender identity. “Biden’s proposal is an invasive use of federal power to deputize teachers and school administrators to override parental decision-making. And while some states have passed laws to protect parental prerogatives, the administration will claim that its federal rules take precedence.”
Christopher Wrey, aka Oligarch (An oligarch is one of the select few people who rule or influence leaders in an oligarchy—a government in which power is held by a select few individuals or a small class of powerful people) Wrey, FBI director visited ADKs/Wray would not extend Senate hearing, flew to Adirondacks, on a private FBI jet to land at the Adirondack Regional Airport for a long weekend.
Seriously? Simply mindboggling that this article — The Atlantic Contributor Espousing Anti-Catholic Hatred Is an ‘Anti-Hate Expert’—made it past the editors, then again, nothing should shock us when we have celebrities preaching about climate change while jetting across America, crime soaring while prosecutors look the other way and when once respected government agencies revert to political acrimony to destroy their perceived enemies all the while the main stream media praise their activities.