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Chairman Kassar’s weekly wrap up discusses the Republicans winning the House Majority, Congresswoman Stefanik’s election as Conference Chair and wishes you all a Happy Thanksgiving.

Republicans Win United States House Majority

It’s official, Nancy Pelosi will hand over the gavel to the new Speaker of the House, Republican Kevin McCarthy. This puts an end to Pelosi’s ultra-liberal leadership reign in Washington D.C. that lasted off and on for over two decades.

The New York State Conservative Party is proud to have played a pivotal role in securing a new Republican Majority. Eleven newly elected members of Congress from New York ran with Conservative Party support, and the Conservative Party line provided the direct margin of victory in four of those races.

In all, more than 200,000 of the party’s 310,000 statewide votes were cast on the Conservative Party line for the 11 victorious congressional candidates. The role the party played all over New York cannot be overstated. It is fair to say without the support of our voters, the majority of whom only cast their votes for Conservative endorsed candidates, the Republican Party nationally would be in clear danger of not being the majority party. Read my statement on the Republican House Victory here.

We look forward to hitting the ground running and having even more of a presence as we begin building the infrastructure and raising the money necessary to deliver again in 2024.

New York’s  Elise Stefanik Re-Elected Conference Chair

Elise Stefanik, the fourth ranking Republican in Washington, is certain to continue to play a leading role in developing national policies to combat the horrendous economic, public safety and foreign policies of President Biden and the House Democrats.

With eleven elected Members of Congress and Elise in a leadership role, New York will certainly play a large role nationally. Our New York Delegation has a bright future ahead. I look forward to working with them and advocating for policies that best protect the residents and guests of our state.

Happy Thanksgiving

Since there is no weekly wrap up coming next week due to the holiday, I want to take this opportunity to wish you all a very safe and happy Thanksgiving. With another long and tedious election cycle behind us, I hope everyone finds time to relax with friends and family.

I am not one to play favorites among holidays. They each have special meaning and should be celebrated for the intrinsic meaning each represents. Certainly, Thanksgiving is different from Memorial Day which is different from Christmas. Yet Thanksgiving might be the one holiday that touches upon all the rest.

On Christmas we give thanks for the coming of Christ. On the 4th of July we are thankful for the nation we live in. Veteran’s Day is a day to thank our veterans for their service and President’s Day for the service of our Chief Executives.

Almost all holidays are about being in one way or another thankful. Next Thursday we celebrate the one holiday that has thanks in its name.

Thanksgiving is also one of the lower stress holidays, at least for those not making the turkey. And of course, it has both secular and religious meanings as Americans in a broad sense recognize the establishment of a permanent European presence in what would become the original thirteen colonies, as well as the role of Native Americans in aiding these early colonists.

At some point Thursday could well become for you more about the turkey or a football game maybe even the World Cup. It could be about one of the many movies that tell the story of the Mayflower. That is fine, but do it with your family, take some time to give thanks for all God has afforded us as Americans. Grateful Day does not have the same ring to it, but we should be grateful for the many blessings that have been bestowed upon us this Thanksgiving.

Pelosi to Leave US House Leadership but Remain in Congress

EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans Introduce Legislation Auditing Ukraine Spending

PA Gov. Elect Josh Shapiro Arrests Democratic Consultant For ‘Wide Scale’ Ballot Fraud

/ In CPNYS NEWS / By Gerard Kassar / Comments Off on Chairman Kassar’s weekly wrap up discusses the Republicans winning the House Majority, Congresswoman Stefanik’s election as Conference Chair and wishes you all a Happy Thanksgiving.

Will it get worse before it gets better? Only if we let it!!

US Has Sent a Net $309 Billion to Communist China This Year.  You can be fairly certain that net amount is building their military while the Chinese regime’s systematic attacks on the human rights of the Chinese people continues.

Amended Respect for Marriage Act Still Threatens People of Faith.  These 12 GOP senators voted for same-sex marriage bill

File this under, giving credit when credit is due; Bipartisan Senate Votes to End Biden’s Pandemic Emergency.

Harris hits her stride as White House grooms her to replace Biden on 2024 ticket

Spencer Brown writes in  Oh, So That’s What Nancy Pelosi’s Doing Next.

US Homebuilding Tumbles to Two-Year Low Amid Soaring Mortgage Rates

 Warnock’s Church Belongs to Coalition That Wants to End Military Aid to Israel.

Gary Tilzer, has a comprehensive analysis in The Jewish Voice:  MRI of the Lasting Effects of Zeldin High Turnout Election

Ballot Election News has a small note (big enough to be noticed!) on how the Conservative Party did on election night.

Audit: New York was rife with UI fraud during pandemic.  Ken Girardin asks the question of the day in this New York Post article: $11 billion was stolen from taxpayers in a massive fraud — will officials just ignore it?

Flawed discovery ‘reforms’ are still creating chaos at DA offices — and adding to NY’s crime surge

Zeldin Threat Passed, Criminal Justice Reformers Ready to Push Hochul.  The Governor, prior to her re-election Hochul vow(ed) to fix NY — ‘first thing tomorrow’.  That was then; this is now: Gov. Kathy Hochul kicks the can on crime reform after narrow election win.

While some clemency reforms quietly take shape, advocates look to gov for more.

Also on the democratic agenda:  Lawmakers begin push for $20+ minimum wage in New York.  The proposal would also index minimum wage to inflation. Just what one needs with inflation raging, an additional expense, if it passes, albeit not effective until 2024 in increments until 2026.  In New York City, residents who order take-out on an App are facing this: Food Delivery Workers Would Be Paid $23.82 Minimum Under Proposed New City Rules, an hour plus tips effective in 2025.  If you live in NYC and are opposed to the changes, there is a public hearing on December 16.

Why Catholic schools didn’t fail at all while public ones did during COVID pandemic

Jordan Alexander, writes in Intellectual Takeout, We Live in a Culture of Pornography.  So true and so sad that it is true.

John O. McGinnis writes in City Journal:  The Kids Are Not All Right/The outcome of most enduring concern in Tuesday’s midterms was the Left’s total victory among the young.

Statement from New York State Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar on Republican House Majority

Contact: Bill O’Reilly, 212-396-9117
November 17, 2022

Brooklyn, NY – “The New York State Conservative Party is proud to have played a pivotal role in securing a new Republican Majority in the House of Representatives. Eleven newly elected members of Congress from New York ran with Conservative Party support, and the Conservative Party line provided the direct margin of victory in four of those races.

“In all, more than 200,000 votes were cast on the Conservative Party line for the 11 victorious congressional candidates, and we look forward to building on those victories in the coming years.”


If you have Bitcoins, are they really a safe investment?

John Gizzi writes in Newsmax:  N.Y. Rep.-Elect Brandon Williams Puts GOP on Verge of Majority

Eric Swalwell laments it’s ‘so stupid’ for parents to control their kids’ education, I wonder what his wife thinks about his statement.  Most people, I am sure, will agree with Jonathan Turley’s assessment of it:   Eric Swalwell’s ‘stupid’ education tweet may cost Democrats in 2024.  This probably triggered Congressman Swalwell:  Parental Rebellion Pays Off: Conservatives Win School Board Seats.  Imagine Swalwell’s reaction when he reads this:  Schooled by DeSantis/ The Florida governor shows conservatives how to break the teachers’ union stranglehold on local school boards.

Democrats’ risky campaign tactic played fast and loose with election ethics.

Schumer on Dems Keeping Senate: Americans Have ‘Vindicated’ Our Agenda. Message to Sen. Chuck Schumer:  If Warnock loses to Herschel Walker next month, how does the status quo of the US Senate indicate a vindication of your agenda?  Even if Warnock wins, how does a one seat pickup indicate a vindication?  This US News and World Report’s (puff) piece also calls your maintaining the leadership position as vindication, but only points to three bills with Kamala Harris’s deciding vote needed to pass them, but it neglects to mention your coffers were benefited  by Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced former CEO of FTX whose business filed for bankruptcy days after the election, but not before pumping $40 million into the Democratic Party to spend on “get-out-the-vote” and other shadowy ballot-harvesting mechanics for the midterms. Vindication?  Not even close to vindication; sycophantic politics at its worst.  Did we happen to mention that Sam Bankman-Fried, not only spent a considerable amount of time lobbying key Washington decision makers and testifying before Congress while CEO of FTX, his fingerprints are all over key pending pieces of crypto legislation, like the still in-progress Digital Commodities Consumer Protection Act (DCCPA). There will be long term effects as the crypto industry’s plunge comes as investors continue to grapple with the stunning implosion of FTX, one of the biggest and most powerful players in the industry.

Uncle Sam is playing the same game as broke, disgraced crypto king

How World Economic Forum, others are hiding their past ties with FTX

NYS Comptroller tells us what we already knew in his report: Controls and Management of the Unemployment Insurance System.  The system is severely lacking and cost taxpayers far too much by the lax protections in place to prevent overpayments and payments to those who do not qualify.

Kevin O’Leary on Inflation: You Printed $7 Trillion in 30 Months. What Did you Think Would Happen?

Biden Hands China’s Xi Propaganda Victory at G-20

Socialized Medicine Is No Cure: Britain’s Broken Benefit System

Personal Care Spending Eight Times Higher in New York Than National Average, New Report Shows

News you should be aware of: What are lithium-ion batteries and why are they causing fires?


Governor Hochul, we hope you listen to all New Yorkers when you begin your new term as our governor.

Biden Wants Talks While China’s Xi Prepares for War  (My rhetorical question of the week: He can’t be that naïve, can he?)

Surprisingly, he recognized he spoke the truth… and immediately corrected himself.:  Biden quickly regrets making news on abortion at press conference: ‘I shouldn’t have answered your question’

Biden scrambles for a Plan B with Iran nuclear deal on life support

This is what Biden said in September:  Biden says ‘the pandemic is over’ even as death toll, costs mount; but that isn’t stopping his extending the COVID emergency again:  Team Biden’s extending the COVID emergency again — to expand the welfare state

The Dangerous Nexus: Russia and Iran’s Mullahs

A Cold Winter for Europe: Blame Strategic Blindness

These Counties Experiencing Election Issues Have One Thing In Common

TikTok Time Is Running Out

As Republican Civil War Starts, Democrats Face Revolt of Their Own.

Governors rated most conservative easily won re-election

These two articles are connected:  Dem Megadonor Under Federal Investigation Bankrolled Lawmakers Overseeing The Agency He Was Lobbying  and Cryptocurrency billionaire broke the bank for Dems.  This is a developing story and something to follow.

Chuck Schumer victory margin crimped by strong GOP turnout

Talk about sensational biased headlines:  How blood-and-guts headlines propelled Republicans in New York  (Maybe Joy Reid is writing headlines as a side line.)

A Complicated 2022 Verdict: I’m in a New York State of Mind  … good article on how well New York preformed while not bringing home the top of the ticket.

The Democratic margin of victory shrunk in all counties compared to the 2020 presidential election

Republicans make major inroads in southern Brooklyn

Media’s election deflection can’t cover up New Yorkers’ worries about crime

The red wave was real in New York and the GOP can build on it

Hochul should make good on her promise to help NY kids — by backing charter schools.  But will the progressives allow it to happen?

Global Foundries plans job cuts, hiring freeze, shifting priorities from thoughts of second Malta fab (Globa lFoundries, employs about 3,000 people at its headquarters and Fab 8 computer chip factory at the Luther Forest Technology Campus.)

The cost – to taxpayers – for being a sanctuary city:  Migrant crisis costing NYC ‘at least’ $600M a year, fiscal watchdog figures

Ken Giradin wrote in Empire Center’s blog on Friday that  Albany’s Underbaked, Overdue Budget Update Finally Arrives

Chairman Kassar’s weekly wrap up Salutes our Veterans and Thanks our statewide ticket.

Happy Veterans Day

On behalf of the New York State Conservative Party, I am humbled and honored to have this platform to wish every member who has served in the United States Armed forces a very happy Veterans Day. November 11 is significant as it gives universal recognition to the celebrated ending of World War I fighting at 11 a.m., November 11, 1918 (the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month) and was originally called “Armistice Day.” The first celebration using the term Veterans Day occurred in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1947. Raymond Weeks, a World War II veteran, organized “National Veterans Day” holding a parade and other festivities, to honor all veterans on November 11. It was U.S. Representative Edward Rees of Kansas who proposed the bill to change Armistice Day to Veterans Day. The bill passed Congress in 1954 and President Eisenhower signed it.

It is you, our veterans, who have kept this country the envy of the world. Our nation is promised a tomorrow thanks to your sacrifices. I offer my sincerest gratitude for your service, not just today, but every day. May God continue to be with you, your family, and our country.

Thank You Lee Zeldin and our Statewide Team

Although Tuesday did not end the way we had all wished, we have much to be excited about for the future. I’d like to thank Congressman Lee Zeldin for carrying the torch in New York. Lee was the right man at the right time to lead the 2022 ticket. The excitement he generated was crucial in our down ballot successes. New York is sending eleven Conservative Party endorsed candidates, four of which whose margin of victory was due to the Conservative Party line, to Washington D.C. in January.

As for the Conservative Party, we have surpassed the 305,000 vote mark with more to be counted. This is well beyond our highest statewide vote since 1998.

In the New York State Senate, with the help of the Conservative Party, the veto proof majority was broken.

In the NYS Assembly, Republicans, with Conservative Party endorsements, increased by a minimal of six seats. In King County, the Conservative Party played a key role in flipping three seats. Nothing like this has ever happened before.

I want to personally thank Lee Zeldin and Alison Esposito for running for Governor and Lt. Governor. We will always remember how dedicated Lee and Alison were to Saving Our State and look forward to supporting them in whatever they choose to do next.

We also thank Joe Pinion, Michael Henry, and Paul Rodriquez for their arduous work and outstanding efforts they put forth this election cycle.

Read my full statement on Tuesday night here

Holistic, integrated services can make it Veterans Day all year round

How Zeldin’s Loss Is Making New York’s Republican Party Ambitious Again

Who won the House? What you need to know about why it might take ‘weeks’ to be sure

New York Democrats know who to blame: Themselves

Thank you, Lee Zeldin, Alison Esposito and your entire team.

Happy 246th Birthday to the United States Marine Corps!

Thank you for always protecting the United States of America

Guy Benson wrote in National Republicans Should Be Thanking Lee Zeldin.  Just part of what Benson said, “But for a statewide campaign to actually be competitive in a place as blue as New York, the awfulness of the Democrat isn’t enough.  The Republican also has to run a smart, aggressive, spirited campaign.  Lee Zeldin did that.  Republicans across the state, and the country, should be grateful.”  We couldn’t agree more!

Lee Zeldin on why he has ‘zero regret’ after losing to Gov. Kathy Hochul.  We have no regrets either, Lee Zeldin and his team ran an excellent campaign.  He was straight forward and honest, reached out to all who would listen to his message, ran for all the right reasons and understood that New Yorkers love New York and want it to be safe, have better economic growth, real help for the homeless and mentally ill, and return to an Empire State that rejects pay-to-play, and removes elected officials who have their own agenda and not do the job they were elected to do.  Thank you, Lee Zeldin, Alison Esposito and your entire team, for making us proud to work with you on your campaign.  We stand ready to join you again!

The NY Post writes: Thank you, Lee Zeldin, for starting to build a viable NY Republican future.

Madison County write-in campaign for judge easily overwhelms controversial candidate.  Kudos to Madison County Chairman, Christopher J. Kendall, who helped to  spearhead a campaign when a sitting district attorney and judicial candidate had a terrible lapse of judgement.  Thank you, Chris, for having the integrity to fight for conservative values.

Congratulations to all who carried the conservative torch and will be going to Congress and the state legislature to be the voice of the constituents who placed their faith in you.

And a very special thank you to all who cast their vote on Row C!

Thanks to you, we will remain on Row C.

Sotomayor rejects plea from NYC workers who lost their jobs due to COVID vaccine mandate. Sotomayor denied their request without comment and did not consult her colleagues in her decision; she is not required to.

Florida newspaper calls state ‘crimson hellscape’ after historic GOP victories, later stealth edits.  Actually, the headline makes DeSantis’ win even more impressive than the near 20% he won with; imagine what it would have been if the New York Post was covering his administration…

Does he really think he has a mandate to continue to down the same path that is detrimental to American families?  Or is he just ecstatic that Hunter will, most likely, still be protected by Biden’s Buddies?  Biden Says He Plans to Do ‘Nothing’ Differently in Second Half of Presidency as Inflation Continued to Plague U.S. Economy in October

Key midterm races left outstanding.

G.K. Chesterton and the Fad of Transgenderism.

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Statement from New York State Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar

Contact: Bill O’Reilly, 212-396-9117
November 8, 2022

Brooklyn, NY – “We congratulate Congressman Lee Zeldin on an incredibly hard-fought race for governor. Congressman Zeldin came within a hares’ breadth of defeating an incumbent Democrat in a 2-1 Democratic State, and he won more than 30 percent of the New York City vote, despite a nearly 7-1 enrollment advantage for Democrats.

“His hard work and passion helped secure a number of key victories in down ballot races, and his future as a political leader is undeniable.

“The New York State Conservative Party garnered more than 300,000 votes and counting on its line in the governor’s race on Tuesday, and we are enormously grateful to New Yorkers of all parties who voted on our line.

“This is the highest number of votes on the Conservative line since 1998, and it easily surpasses Working Families Party totals, ensuring that line ‘C’ remains firmly in Conservative Party hands.”


Election Day…Only your vote can Save Our State

Have you voted yet?  Only 9 hours left to Save Our State!

Lee Zeldin and Alison Esposito will do all they can to protect New Yorkers from the crime that has besieged every part of the state.  Knowing that they need more conservative minded legislators in the legislature.

Vote Row C for Lee and for state legislators.

AG Lettica James’s agenda is “Woke” and she needs to be fired.

Vote Row C for Michael Henry

Tom DiNapoli could have done more to end waste in government and should be fired.

Vote Row C for Paul Rodriguez

Joe Biden’s agenda must end!

Vote Row C for Joe Pinion to replace Chuck Schumer

Vote Row C for your local Member of Congress

If you do not know where to votClick Here.



New York’s future is in your hands; will you vote to Save Our State?

Lee Zeldin can win NY’s governor race — you just need to turn up and vote.  He needs one thing and one thing only: You

Krazy Kat denies crime’s a problem — but Hillary Clinton lets the truth slip “It was one of those late-campaign events where the hype is thick, where the rhetoric is hyperbolic and where the facts don’t really matter. How very odd, then, that Hillary let the truth peek through.”

Zeldin doesn’t let hecklers get in way of anti-crime remarks at site of NYC rape. During a news conference near the scene of the Thursday morning rape of a tourist jogging in Hudson River Park, Zeldin said, “It is important that we are doing everything in our power to make our streets and our subway safe.”

Hochul and Albany would rather keep jails empty than have innocent victims live. “Hochul tries to blame “the system,” whatever that means. But in reality, she is “the system.” She is the governor of New York state and the leader of the New York state Democratic Party, which single-handedly passed these laws. She was the lieutenant governor when these laws were passed and signed.”

Hochul appeals for women’s votes on the heels of a horrific Midtown rape.  ““From the very beginning, we have asked for changes to the bail-reform law,” NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell told The Post this week. Instead, Hochul fought the Legislature to fund subsidies for the Buffalo Bills’ billionaire owner, and her own slush funds.”

Where Lee Zeldin is targeting in NYC to pull off stunning upset against Kathy Hochul in gov race.

Tiny turnout for Hochul NYC campaign event in stark contrast to Zeldin throng

MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle confronts Gov. Hochul on NY crime: ‘We don’t feel safe’. “Crime in New York City has spiked across the board since Hochul became governor last year, and critics say the surge is fueled by repeat offenders sprung time and again because of the state’s 2019 bail reform law.”  I’m pretty certain, Gov.Hochul  never expected this from Stephanie Ruhle

Hochul’s running on fumes in her desperate final hours.  “Her campaign is about nothing. If Zeldin wins, he has a clear mandate on crime and the economy. If Hochul wins, we guess that’s a license to . . . keep up the pay-to-play?”

Rest assured there will be more neighborhoods like this one if Gov. Hochul wins:  Gov. Hochul’s funding, progressive drug policies transform East Harlem into Zombieland

Michael Goodwin writes: New York Red Wave is coming ashore.  “To this day, she continues to flirt with the ridiculous idea that crime isn’t as bad as Zeldin says, which is tantamount to telling people that what they see isn’t true and their fears are groundless…Her mishandling of Public Enemy No. 1 raises two other features of her performance. She doesn’t appear to have a great passion for the job, nor does she display evidence of any special competence.”

NYC becomes battleground as Hochul works to toughen Blue Wall: ‘It’s all turnout’

Your wallet is telling you how to vote on Nov. 8  NY Post editorial

Need a solid reason to fire Attorney General Tish James:  Here it is: New Yorkers deserve more clarity on donor leak

John McLaughlin was on The Cats Roundtable with John Catsimatidis yesterday; you can listen to it here.

Manchin demands Biden apologize for ‘outrageous’ coal comments: ‘Time he learn a lesson’

Why the Rise of Intersectionality in Medicine Will Have Serious Consequences

A Growing Force: Conservatives Aim to Shake Up Nation’s School Boards on Election Day

How is it that the current Department of Justice gets away with being so blatantly partisan?  Missouri SOS Highlights Questionable Email Sent to Election Official by Biden DOJ; Illegal Abortion Protests Outside Justices’ Homes Continue While DOJ Stays Mum  (It is a rhetorical question)

Remember:  Early to bed; early to rise, makes men and women, healthy, wealthy and wise enough to vote on the Conservative Line (Row C)! 

Save New York November 8th

You’ve heard it before, “this is the most important election of our lifetime.” That phrase sounds good, it creates the urgency—but for perhaps the first time, there is no truer statement.

New York is at a crossroads, and it is time to try something new, something different, because if we remain on the current trajectory, I am sorry to say that I believe dire consequences will follow. On November 8th, I humbly ask you to vote based on your current situation, your circumstances, and your experiences around the City and State of New York.

As many of you know, I am a lifelong Brooklyn resident. I have quite literally seen the worst of times and the best of times. I know the difference, I’ve lived it, and I am living it again.

Every day the front pages of our newspapers, TV and radio news and certainly the internet is filled with stories of violence and crimes against New Yorker’s. Even cop killers, in fact 37 cop killers, have been released by the Cuomo/Hochul parole board.


Non-violent crimes, such as grand larceny auto are at record levels. I know of no one who is comfortable taking the subway in NYC these days.

Fatal shootings are up across New York State:  shootings are up 26% in Rochester and incredibly 80% in Binghamton, and 100% in Troy. Yes, 100%. Buffalo has some of its worst violence ever.


If you won’t take it from me, take it from Allie Forest, a Rochester resident and mother who recently said her final goodbyes to her 16-year-old daughter before burying her, something no parent should ever have to experience. “Bail reform is terrible, and it has made the criminals too confident, they are laughing at the police.” Forest said. “If politicians like Governor Hochul lived on the dangerous streets we do, we wouldn’t have bail reform.”

We have a slate of candidates for offices from Governor to the New York Legislature that can turn this state around. The new crop of conservative congressional members certain to emerge in New York State will be decisive in removing Nancy Pelosi, AOC, Jerry Nadler and the entire bunch of liberals from power in Congress.

Lee Zeldin for Governor, Alison Esposito for Lt. Governor, Joe Pinion for U.S. Senate, Michael Henry for Attorney General and Paul Rodriguez for Comptroller are the ticket to change in New York State.

Early voting has buoyed my confidence in victory on Tuesday. Be sure to cast your vote on the Conservative Party Line; your vote on Row C, will make the final difference.

‘Exhausted’ by an endless tide of shoplifting: Dem Latino supermarket owners reveal why they support Lee Zeldin

Schumer-aligned group pumps nearly $50M in secretive donations into midterms to save Senate majority

Study debunks ‘red state murder’ claim from Hillary Clinton, Democrats

Border Crisis: How Many Have Been Able to Avoid Apprehension in Only One Month

Hochul’s last ditch effort acknowledges crime got worse on her watch…just days ago she blamed “master manipulators” and “data” deniers” for creating the “conspiracy” of rising crime.

Buck stops … there: Gov. Hochul points finger at ‘system, judges’ after slain Keaira Bennefield’s mom blames her The Democrat deflected blame from herself and instead pointed the finger at “the system” and “judges and “prosecutors” after Keaira was executed less than 24 hours after her estranged husband was sprung from jail on no bail over a caught-on-camera beatdown.

Hochul freeing cop-killers is maybe the worst way she’s pro-crime

Kathy Hochul stalls release of ‘tax-and-spend’ budget report before election

NYPD Commissioner Sewell calls on Hochul to roll back bail reform as Adams bites tongue

Kathy Hochul’s running a campaign wreck

‘Conspiracy’ Kathy Hochul finally admits crime got worse on her watch…” I’ve been working on this throughout my entire time as governor.”  Did you call back the legislature when Mayor Adams asked for change in cashless bail back in FEBRUARYIn April?  In July when Adams called for a Special Session?  Now, that you are seeing that people are fed up with your lack of leadership, you acknowledge there is a crime issue. You ignored the obvious and blamed others, and now the voters will have their say!

This is called “On No! We have to defend in my (Hochul’s) home county:  Dems send big dollars to 3 Assembly incumbents in Erie County; GOP targets Burke for upset

Businesses with big NY interests throw cash at Kathy Hochul in final days of tight NY gov race

Then there are businesses who donate for all the right reasons! It’s no secret why crime-besieged Latino grocers are flocking to Lee Zeldin for gov. Shoplifting in the city is up a whopping 65% this year, through July 31, on top of a 36% spike last year over 2020. Thanks to the bail laws Hochul claims are working wonderfully, serial criminals — like Harold Gooding, who’s been arrested and released more than 100 times — are free to prey on the innocent with virtual impunity.

Jewish Voice Endorsements for Election 2022 – Make Your Voice Heard, Vote on Nov 8th!

GOP gains in deep-blue New York’s governor race rattle Democrats

Nicole Gelinas asks and answers the question: Can Lee Zeldin Win? A Republican victory in New York State is unlikely—but possible.

Lee Zeldin is focused on Saving Our State and already preparing:  Zeldin talks his potential budget plan if elected New York governor

Va. history repeating in NY, Dems’ dead-parrot denialism and other commentary

Here’s the HUGE Red Flag for Dems in Latest WSJ Poll

‘They don’t have a winning message’: Dems spend $320M on abortion ads, 10 times more than on crime, economy

I really would like to know who posted the Tweet and why are they working in the White House? Anyone with the slightest bit of knowledge about Social Security knows that the COLA is calculated by the rise of inflation. So, why would anyone tout the large COLA (which jeopardizes the health of Social Security) as something positive? White House Deletes Tweet About Social Security After Getting Fact-Checked

Is the Washington Post experiencing a crisis of conscience? WaPo Calls for New Leadership in the White House: ‘Biden and Harris Are Unfit’

Biden’s Diesel Fuel Shortage: Cold Comfort

Biden Gives Tired, Lie Filled Closing Argument As Dems Stare Down a Red Wave

UN Sides with China Despite Its Own Report Condemning Xinjiang Abuses

Chinese Diplomat Cornered and Berated Congressional Aide at Other Embassies’ Events

Greta Thunberg Finally Admits What Climate Change Activism Is Really All About

Watch Dr. Carol Swain react to National Education Association Social Justice trainer expressing his support for critical race theory teachings:  Teachers’ union trainer says CRT being taught to students as ‘real history’ of America

What is going on in the medical world? Exclusive: New Report Accuses UNC Medical School of Putting Politics Before Patients. This MUST end, it is an insult to the medial field who chose to save ALL lives.

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