On Sunday, Americans Will Be Free The nationwide average for paying off your total tax bill comes April 23. (and in NY which is among the 3 worst states in the Country, you are still economically enslaved until May 11th!) … Continue reading →
h 18, 2017 NYDN: Another Press Release Law by a NYC Democrat Add Assemblywoman Deborah Glick to the list of NY lawmakers with dumb ideas. Ms. Glick wasted the time of the bill drafting office to propose mandatory voting enforced … Continue reading →
To: “Red” New York County Executives, Administrators, and County Legislators; Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino; Senator Cathy Young; Assemblyman Andy Goodell; Governor Cuomo; Congressman Tom Reed From: Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots Date: January 16, 2017 Re: Operation Push Back: … Continue reading →
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Jessica Proud (914) 438-5325 FROM: New York State Republican Committee 315 State St, Albany , NY 12210 – (518) 462-2601 – nygop.org COX: CUOMO, DE BLASIO POLITICAL MANEUVERS PUTTING NATIONAL SECURITY AT RISK Destruction of IDNYC … Continue reading →
Alexander’s Column Gratitude and Thanksgiving "I do recommend and assign Thursday … next to be devoted by the People of these States to the service of that great and glorious Being, who is the beneficent Author of all the good … Continue reading →
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in the name of Islamic Terrorism on the United States that left nearly 3,000 people dead! US Remembers Victims 15 Years After 9/11 Attacks On 9/11, 102 Minutes That Changed America … Continue reading →
Cuomo Administration Claims SAFE Act Would Have Stopped Orlando Attack, Quickly Proven Wrong Cuomo administration officials have been bragging that NY’s SAFE Act, would have prevented the terrorist attack in Orlando. New reports indicate otherwise. menrec – Rusty — June … Continue reading →
Yikes! Gov. Cuomo just socked New York businesses yet again By Megan McArdle April 9, 2016 | 5:01am Andrew Cuomo Photo: AP New York state has always been a very expensive place to do business. Soon, it’ll be more expensive … Continue reading →
Minimum Wage Reality Check Releases New Ad Unshackle Upstate By: Greg Biryla Posted: Mar 14 2016 Last week, the Minimum Wage Reality Check coalition released a new 30-second ad, which can be viewed here. It details the negative impacts that … Continue reading →
Merry Christmas! “May the father of all mercies scatter light, and not darkness, upon our paths, and make us in all our several vocations useful here, and in His own due time and way everlastingly happy.” —George Washington, 1790 Fellow … Continue reading →
We’ve had a lot of stories about the controversies and growing pains surrounding the state’s four year old Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs. Now comes at least one incident in which they apparently sent out an incomplete notice to a person who was under investigation, without naming the date or
Don’t miss this week’s episode of “New York Now,” the award-winning co-production of WMHT and the Times Union. NYSUT President Andy Pallotta sits down with New York State Public Radio’s Karen DeWitt to go over a number of education-related topics. A brief preview clip is below: And the TU’s Casey Seiler and DeWitt break down
A federal appeals court has upheld New York State’s denial of water permits for the proposed Constitution Pipeline which would run through Central New York to Schoharie County. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is out with the first remarks, praising the court’s decision: News from Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals
A math teacher in Utica, who alleges that his taxpayer-funded salary was illegally “tithed” by a charter school with ties to a Turkish religious movement, received a $2,000 reimbursement from the school earlier this month. An attorney for the Utica Academy of Science, however, says the reimbursement to its former teacher, Ersin Konkur, merely
Good morning! Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City again today. Today’s the deadline to register to vote in next month’s primary elections. And brace yourself for the Capital Region’s seismic shift to 10-digit dialing. It’ll be raining again, so you’ll have ample time to sit indoors and update all the phone numbers in your contacts.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in January reached a settlement with DeVry University, a for profit college that was accused of exaggerating the prospects that were offered to students who attended the school. Now the AG has a breakdown of the $2.27 million restitution settlement that was reached with DeVry. On average each of the 809
Almost everything about the Charlottesville riot was disgraceful except the conduct of the president. The move to take down the statue of General Robert E. Lee was nonsense. Lee has few rivals as the greatest general in American history (Grant, Sherman, MacArthur, and Eisenhower perhaps).Lee opposed the secession of Virginia from the Union but, as was common […]
If there were ever a moment for President Trump and the Republican Congress to make their move in respect of the Federal Reserve, this is it. That's because officials of the Federal Reserve are stumped over what the New York Times's headline writers call a "new reality" the combination of low inflation and low unemployment. Maybe the Cong […]
In the new Civil War, I'm with George as in George Washington. It's one thing to start dismantling monuments of Civil War generals. It would be another to go after the most famous founding father.Washington's name was raised Tuesday by President Trump. He wheeled on reporters and tried yet again to suggest an equivalence between the alt-right […]
That was the title of one of the Wall Street Journal's most famous editorials on why the "very biggest businesses are such unreliable allies in the fight to preserve a free enterprise economy." It was one of the editorials cited by the Pulitzer Prize board when in 1980 it awarded the Journal's storied editor at the time, Robert Bartley, j […]
Just because Congress can't fix health care doesn't mean it can't be done.That's the message from the Health Transformation Alliance, 41 big American companies that have banded together to try to save money and lives on their own, without waiting for Congress to pass a new law.The Alliance's chief executive, Robert Andrews, himself a […]
The issue in Virginia is, in our view, the statue of Robert E. Lee. Why is it there at Charlottesville? For what does it stand? Was the city right to decide to take it down? What about all the other places that have monuments to the general? We read that there are more than a thousand. There is also Arlington House-the Robert E. Lee Memorial, amid America […]
Stephen K. Bannon, the embattled chief strategist who helped President Trump win the 2016 election but clashed for months with other senior West Wing advisers, is leaving his post, effective at the end of today, a White House spokeswoman announced. U.S. stocks rebounded in a volatile session, while the dollar cut losses and bond yields…
A federal court ruled Friday in favor of the Department of Environmental Conservation after it denied a water quality certification for the Constitution Pipeline. “Our actions are based on the merits and we’re pleased this ruling upholds this principle and –specifically – this agency’s work to uphold New York’s strict water quality standards,” said DEC… […]
Citizen Action of New York on Friday was the latest group to join the push against holding a constitutional convention. The group is joining a disparate coalition known as New Yorkers Against Corruption that includes labor unions, environmental groups and right-leaning organizations as well such as the Conservative Party and the Rifle and Pistol Association. […]
Assemblyman Herman “Denny” Farrell will officially resign from the Assembly on Sept. 5, according to a letter sent to Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie on Thursday. “It has been an honor to work for almost 43 years for the people of my community and this state,” Farrell wrote in the letter, “alongside my fellow members of…
From the Morning Memo: When voters head to the polls in November, Evan Davis wants the question of whether to hold a constitutional convention literally front and center. “It’s not a yes or no thing. It’s a everyone-voting kind of thing; everyone having an opportunity to cast their vote,” said Davis, a former counsel to…
From the Morning Memo: During a CapTon interview in his Capitol office yesterday, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie declined to immediately sign off on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s so-called “Charlotteville provisions” that would change the state’s hate crimes law in response to the violence in Virginia last weekend. Cuomo announced this week that he wants to add… […]
From the Morning Memo: The Buffalo Teachers Federation is only endorsing one candidate, so far, this election cycle. That’s Democrat newcomer April Baskin, who’s involved in a four-way primary to replace Betty Jean Grant on the Erie County Legislature. BTF President Phil Rumore said Baskin seems to be in tune with the issues. “The thing…
Good morning and TGIF! Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City, but has nothing public planned. Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul is making an appearance in western New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio is out of town and on vacation. Your schedule: At 9:45 a.m., Speaker Carl Heastie with Assemblyman John McDonald will tour the…
Under fire for defending racist activist groups, President Trump said on Twitter that he was “sad” to see United States’ history torn apart by the removal of “our beautiful statues and monuments,” echoing a popular refrain of white supremacist groups that oppose the removal of Confederate monuments. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi called for the… […]
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office on Thursday released its first report on his office’s role in reviewing, investigating and prosecuting cases in which police kill unarmed civilians. The report summarizes the 11 incidents the attorney general’s Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit have investigated. So far, one police officer has been charg […]
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing changes to the state's hate crimes law following the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Democratic governor announced Tuesday that he'll introduce legislation making it a hate crime to riot or incite a riot that targets a specific class of people protected by an […]
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed into law new penalties for those who make bomb threats. The Democratic governor approved the legislation on Monday. It was passed by the state Legislature earlier this year in response to a string of bomb threats called into Jewish Community Centers in New York and elsewhere in the country. Citing tho […]
Governor Cuomo on Sunday released the following statement calling on President Trump to denounce white supremacists and is asking all concerned New Yorkers and others to sign a petition . "After the deadly and ugly events in Charlottesville I am calling on President Trump to clearly and unequivocally condemn and denounce the violent protest organized by […]
State and local officials are reacting to the deaths and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia: Governor Andrew Cuomo’s statement: "I and my fellow New Yorkers reject the hateful and ugly rhetoric and violence taking place in Charlottesville last night and into today. We condemn the language of white supremacy and ugly racist hate speech and stand appa […]
SAINT-BERNARD-DE-LACOLLE, Quebec (AP) - Canada has sent about 100 soldiers to a remote spot on the Quebec-New York border where asylum seekers are crossing illegally. The Canadian military said in a statement Wednesday that the soldiers will help the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canada Border Services Agency at the site. They are preparing a place f […]
NEW YORK (AP) - A Democratic state senator who represents parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn says he is resigning because "a sliver of heavily invested special interests" wields too much power in Albany. Sen. Daniel Squadron says he is leaving New York's legislature to launch a national political reform initiative. Squadron announced his resignat […]
President Donald Trump is spending a 17-day working vacation in Bedminster Township, N.J. Some businesses have benefitted from his presence, while the town has had to spend more on security and administrative costs.
Dear John: Recently I was refused service at Serafina restaurant on West 55th Street. The hostess said that because I was dining alone, I could not have a table outside unless I was willing to share it with a stranger. Is this legal? Isn’t it discriminatory to refuse a table? I didn’t want to be...
Dear John: Last week you printed a letter from an FBI agent commenting on how strange ex-FBI Director James Comey’s investigation of Hillary Clinton was. It took me back a year in time, when I was incredulous with the conduct of the investigation. As a little background: I was a federal agent for about 34...
Federal authorities are investigating whether sensitive data was stolen from congressional offices by several Pakistani-American tech staffers and sold to Pakistani or Russian intelligence, knowledgeable sources say. What started out 16 months ago as a scandal involving the alleged theft of computer equipment from Congress has turned into a national-security […]
Let’s face it: Nobody really knows what to do about the homeless crisis. The sheer numbers of 60,000 people in city shelters and nearly 4,000 more on the streets — many in the latter group psychotic, drug-addicted and violent — overwhelm the best-intended plans to help them. That said, there are better and worse ways...
Expanding their attacks, many longtime critics of President Trump are accusing him of “moral failure.” Their claim is that his remarks following the Charlottesville, Va., mayhem failed to sufficiently condemn neo-Nazis and KKK wannabes. While I believe Trump is being unfairly accused of praising white supremacists, he is certainly guilty of a fool’s errand i […]
You’ve got to hand it to developer Mark Stagg: He sure knows how to milk the most from city government — with the eager cooperation of Team de Blasio. We noted last month that Stagg had pulled a bait-and-switch on a proposed apartment building in The Bronx, belatedly turning it into a homeless shelter after...
New York Democrats, like Gov. Cuomo and Sen. Chuck Schumer, play games with the costs of ObamaCare to make it look good and President Trump bad. But the costs keep rising, and one way or another, Americans are stuck with the bill. Take Tuesday’s news from Cuomo’s Department of Financial Services boss, Maria Vullo, that...
Following the violence in Charlottesville, Internet businesses have been disassociating themselves from far-right political groups. PayPal decided to prohibit users from accepting donations “to promote hate, violence and intolerance”; 34 organizations were affected by the ban. Earlier, both GoDaddy and Google refused to host The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi sit […]
A candidate for City Council in The Bronx has been touting her work as co-founder of a group that encourages women to enter politics — but a member of the outfit says it’s a failed project that never got off the ground. Marjorie Velazquez, who is backed by incumbent Councilman James Vacca and Speaker Melissa...
The mayor of Phoenix on Wednesday scolded President Trump for planning a rally there, suggesting Trump is aiming to “inflame emotions” following a deadly white supremacist rally in Virginia by pardoning a controversial Phoenix sheriff. “I am disappointed that President Trump has chosen to hold a campaign rally as our nation is still healing from...
Charlottesville wasn’t about the statue. Self-proclaimed “white nationalists” have been using the Robert E. Lee monument as the pretext for a series of rallies to win attention and build their ranks. And the organizers are eager to bring in white supremacists, the Klan, neo-Nazis and their ilk. Any normal person of good will who did...
Left-wing political groups are staging street protests and running television ads to defeat President Trump’s proposed corporate tax cut. If they succeed, the big losers will be anyone hoping for a raise or looking for a better job. Top Democrats like Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are complaining about tax cuts for wealthy corporations....
It’s a low-key, black-and-white photo of the Obama family circa 2007, but it was the reason the future president raised an extra $60 million for his campaign. The picture was part of an experiment run by the director of analytics for the former president’s campaign. Dan Siroker wanted to test what would best convince people...
Texas A&M University late Monday called off a planned white supremacist rally on its campus next month, citing concerns of a “major security risk” following the demonstrations that turned deadly over the weekend in Virginia. The decision came amid bipartisan pressure from Texas’ Republican-controlled Legislature, where lawmakers said protecting free spee […]
North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik tied the knot Saturday with longtime beau Matt Manda in a ceremony Saturday afternoon at the Saratoga Spa State Park, with a reception that followed for the some 200 friends and family on hand. I had the pleasure of attending as the sole guest from Jefferson County. There were a couple of MOCs there includi […]
A gorgeous day in Saratoga Springs, surely one of New York's toniest spots, especially during summer racing season. The city is crowded with all sorts of people and the open air bistros and high end stores are full. I've scoped out the venue I am headed for and will have a full report later today and tomorrow...... Nonetheless, this end of […]
The sins of shoddy finances came home to roost in the Maple City as a deteriorating bond rating sent interest costs rising for Ogdensburg's short term borrowing...That the city borrows short term is a sign of problems as there is not sufficient cash on hand for day to day expenses. Such issues are a sign structural changes are needed as this […]
Well, we found a local angle to the statue of Robert E. Lee with a woman who says her grandfather sculpted the now controversial monument in Charlottesville. The nation is now in a fit to purge all things Confederate including Nancy Pelosi who spent decades walking by statues in the capital and in the Capitol without getting too worked up. I cringed […]
You think things are extravagant up here ? Imagine a $70M, 12,000 seat high school football stadium with a $1.8M scoreboard. So it is in the Katy, TX school district near Houston. https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2017/aug/18/legacy-stadium-texas-high-school-football-katy
The independent line petition filed this week by city judge candidate Anthony Neddo is called the "Law and Order" party and contained signatures from just over 400 voters, above the 230 required for the line at the bottom of the ballot. This would ensure his presence on the ballot regardless of the results of the September 12 GOP, Conservative a […]
This should please my friends so distraught over a Trump Presidency. Deposed strategist Steve Bannon says the Trump Presidency is over and that's what is left will be a more conventional administration. Mr. Bannon says no more populism, or America first trade. That's OK, if maybe something gets passed by the do n […]
As Prosecutors Look the Other Way Mayoral Candidate Albanese Files the First of Many Lawsuits Against de Blasio Suit: de Blasio should pay lawyer bills over corruption probes, not taxpayers (NYP) The suit, electronically filed on Sunday, alleges that de Blasio and his “underlings” engaged in “criminal and/or unethical behavior…outside the scope of public em […]
Crowley Treasurer Probed for Court Appointment Violation Joe Crowley’s treasurer being probed in possible pay violation (NYP) Scott Kaufman, who has served as Crowley’s campaign treasurer for 17 years, earned more than $75,000 from state court appointments in 2013 and continued to get jobs the next year despite a rule that says a person earning that much […]
The Albany Big Business Giveaway of Tax Payer Money to Big Bussinesses to Contribute to Pols NY's Big Breaks for Business: What our investigationfound (lOWhUD) ALBANY — New York spends billions of taxpayer dollars each year to get new jobs and retain existing ones as a way to combat being one of the most expensive places to live in the nation.... The Co […]
Part eight of an ongoing series based on our recent PPI report: Bridging the STEM skills gap: Employer/educator collaboration in New York To a troubling extent, the origins of the skills gap can be traced to failures in the U.S. education system. Seemingly immune to the technological advances that have transformed almost every other aspect […]
Part seven of an ongoing series based on our recent PPI report: Bridging the STEM skills gap: Employer/educator collaboration in New York New York’s manufacturing sector has seen tough times, but with technological changes and the rise of advanced manufacturing, the sector is rebounding and jobs are coming back. “We often talk about, ‘can we […]
Part six of an ongoing series based on our recent PPI report: Bridging the STEM skills gap: Employer/educator collaboration in New York Over the years, when asked what skills they have had difficulty finding in job candidates, New York employers consistently point to the professional skills that are required in all kinds of workplaces. In […]
Part five of an ongoing series based on our recent PPI report: Bridging the STEM skills gap: Employer/educator collaboration in New York Across the state, New York employers responding to a recent Public Policy Institute survey reported difficulty filling STEM positions, and they project that these workforce shortages will persist over the coming decade. The […]
Part four of an ongoing series based on our recent PPI report: Bridging the STEM skills gap: Employer/educator collaboration in New York New York has some of the world’s top universities and attracts highly credentialed scientists from around the globe, so how can we have a shortage of workers with STEM skills? The answer has […]
Part three of an ongoing series based on our recent PPI report: Bridging the STEM skills gap: Employer/educator collaboration in New York New York created close to 100,000 jobs between December 2015 and December 2016. Yet in many regions of the state the population is not growing. (Population increases downstate and in the Capital Region/Hudson […]
Last week, Gov. Cuomo announced that tools from the entire Thruway system will pay for the new $4 billion Tappan Zee Bridge, which connects Westchester and Rockland counties. We are obviously extremely concerned about this possibility, and plan to fight any effort to increase Thruway tolls to pay for the bridge. The Cuomo Administration has […]
Last Friday, State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office issued a report which shows that the state’s fiscal condition is beginning to look “cloudy” due to lower-than-expected tax receipts and the potential for federal cuts and tax changes. The Comptroller’s report on the state’s Enacted Budget Financial Plan finds that personal income tax receipts in the first […]
Last week, Gov. Cuomo travelled to Washington, D.C. where he met with members of the state’s Democratic congressional delegation to request additional infrastructure funding for the state. He is seeking funding for Penn Station improvements and $20 billion for the Gateway rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York promised by the previous presidential admi […]
Last Monday, Gov. Cuomo announced that he has issued an Executive Order that requires every state agency to provide voter registration forms to those they deal with and to offer help in filling them out. The Governor also ordered SUNY and CUNY to undertake a review of their respective voter registration practices “to ensure that […]
Last Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo announced that he has signed a bill that bans the use of electronic cigarettes on all public and private school grounds in the state, effective immediately. Gov. Cuomo said: “Nicotine use in any form has shown to be damaging to teens and this measure will close a dangerous loophole that allows […]
Last Wednesday, Gov. Cuomo announced that he has directed the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee to study “Textalyzer” technology, which the police can use after a vehicular crash to determine whether a cellphone was being used in the moments before a crash. He said that this review is intended to “examine the effectiveness of using this […]
New York has long been the ultimate testing ground for businesses. But the city’s population density also makes it an important laboratory for startups, especially in today’s on-demand... To view the full story, click the title link.
For years the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has planned to sell a handful of development parcels to the highest bidder to help fund its $32.5 billion capital plan. But many parcels... To view the full story, click the title link.
To the editor: Re “Gondolas to the rescue?”: When I first announced the idea for the East River Skyway, an aerial gondola that would offer a fast, affordable, environmentally friendly... To view the full story, click the title link.
In the past year New York City's pension funds earned a very impressive 13%, riding the post-election stock market boom, city Comptroller Scott Stringer announced last month. As a result the city... To view the full story, click the title link.
When hepatologist Dr. Samuel Sigal joined Montefiore Health System in November 2015, he said he was "overwhelmed" by the number of hepatitis B patients he was seeing from the Bronx's large West... To view the full story, click the title link.
A historic meeting took place Friday morning at the Taxi and Limousine Commission offices in lower Manhattan: Companies that are normally at each other's throats—from ride-hail giant Uber to... To view the full story, click the title link.
The Trump budget is just telling the truth—and you can’t handle the truth! Trump's budget begins to tell the hard truths to the American people. It's a "taxpayer first" plan, which is what any sustainable budget needs to be. More harsh truths are needed, but this is a good start. Jake Novak | @jakejakeny Tuesday, 23 May 2017 | 12:04 PM […]
When the Going Gets Tough at the MTA, Andrew Cuomo Disappears For two decades, New York's transit system was on the rebound. Then came Pataki and Cuomo. By Ben Fried May 19, 2017 It’s not hard to recall the times when Andrew Cuomo wanted to be seen as the boss of the MTA.
Robert McCarthy: Questions for Cuomo are met with silence By Robert J. McCarthy Published Thu, May 18, 2017 Steve Pigeon was back in court a few days ago, facing a judge for the third time in the last 10 months. This time the former Erie County Democratic chairman appeared in U.S. District Court to answer more questions about his controversial fundraisin […]
State insurers to seek rate hike for 2018 ObamaCare policies By Carl Campanile May 15, 2017 | 1:43am | Updated New York’s health insurers will request double-digit rate increases for ObamaCare policies for 2018 while debate rages in Washington on overhauling the law, analysts told The Post.
NYDAILYNEWS.COM by KENNETH LOVETT ALBANY — State Republican Chairman Ed Cox blasted state Democrats for featuring a top national Democrat who has made controversial statements about Israel as headliner at an upcoming fund-raiser. The Daily News reported Monday that Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison, who was recently named deputy chairman of the Democratic Natio […]
SYRACUSE.COM BY MARK WEINERhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPqTP6j9qm8 (Watch Video) WASHINGTON -- Marine Corps 1st Lt. Trey Cleary received one of the biggest surprises of his life Friday when his mother texted him, "Do you have time to talk with POTUS?" Seconds later, U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney was talking with her son at Camp Lejeune, N.C., who […]
President Donald Trump picks a “true” Conservative and Constitutionalist for SCOTUS and keeps his promise. Liberal going crazy. foreignpolicy.com/2017/01/31/trumps-scotus-pick-might-just-give-him-t rouble-in-the-courts/
Links are updated every hour. The Resurgent The Unmasking of the GOP1 August 2017, 8:54 pmFor the past decade or so, being a Republican has equated to being a conservative. This wasn’t the case at one time. Indeed,Read More...... Intern…Read more →
This is a guest post by Richard Lowery, Jr. Below is a brief quiz regarding some issues that are of serious concern for our country. People who are much more intelligent than a hayseed like me, such as university professors,…Read more →
To all of you fathers out there, I hope you have a great Father’s Day. Especially you, Dad! Enjoy the day and enjoy your families. Life happens so fast, cherish every moment. Sorry I haven’t been blogging lately. I started…Read more →
The following is a guest post by Dr. Robert Owens, and Happy Easter! *** My Witness When I was young I was not a nice fellow. Snakes would cross the street when I sauntered down the sidewalk. My all consuming…Read more →
Happy Saturday! I have not had very much time at all to think about the blog lately, my apologies. But rather than leave it here languishing away I thought the least I could do is try to bring back the…Read more →
Guest post by Richard Lowery, Jr. Barstool Eruptions as Public Policy I confess that I am not a constitutional law professor nor have I ever played one on TV so my ability to comment on the legal reasoning behind the…Read more →