Blame Cuomo for New York’s coming natural-gas crisis By Post Editorial Board | January 19, 2019 | 9:54pm AP If you think Gov. Cuomo’s neglect of mass transit has caused headaches, just wait ’til you see what his reckless de … Continue reading →
Resurrection Day On Easter morning, Christians do not remember a martyr. We worship the risen Son of God! Gary Bauer · Apr. 1, 2018 As a child, when I read the Easter story, I wanted a different ending. If only … Continue reading →
With NY Still Trailing On Taxes, Biz Groups See More Work Needed From the Morning Memo: The Tax Foundation once again ranked New York among the states with the worst tax climate in the nation — something that doesn’t surprise … Continue reading →
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 →
A group of 39 Democratic state lawmakers — 17 senators and 22 Assembly members — have asked the commission tasked with rewriting New York’s campaign laws to establish lower contribution limits, create oversight outside of the state Board of Elections, and maintain the current system empowering minor political parties. The outreach by such a sizable
Good morning. At this point, the weather will remain largely the same — cold and wet with the occasional flurry, which we might get today. (TU) Here’s your roundup: Rep. Elise Stefanik is a “new Republican star” according to Trump, but he, like others, may not be aware of how she has distanced herself from
The state will devote up to $60 million to make sure every head is counted during the 2020 census, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Tuesday. New York will tap into state resources valued up to $40 million — spanning from the Department of Labor to the SUNY and CUNY systems — to reach out to
The state Joint Commission on Public Ethics went behind closed doors Tuesday for more than two hours to meet with its legal counsel as it considered releasing a letter it received last month from the state inspector general’s office explaining why it had failed to substantiate an alleged leak from the ethics watchdog’s secret deliberations.
A high-profile investigation by New York’s ethics watchdog agency. An alleged leak to the governor. An inspector general’s investigation of the leak. Those matters have been in the headlines following a Times Union report last week detailing a complaint brought forth by Julie A. Garcia, a former commissioner on the Joint Commission on Public Ethics,
Good morning. What’s the over-under on Trump investigations before the 2020 election? Because we’re at … how many now? I’ve lost count. Well, here’s another — an investigation into whether he lied to former special counsel Robert Mueller, who, you guessed it, led the infamous Russia probe. (WaPo) And here’s your roundup (which, spoiler alert,
Speaker Nancy Pelosi's suggestion that President Trump emulate President Nixon and resign is, in our opinion, a shocking démarche unworthy of her office. And a glimpse into the predicament of the Democrats, who, though they began beating the drums for impeachment more than three years ago, still don't seem to know what charges to lay against the pr […]
Today will long be remembered as a turning point in Middle East history. Secretary of State Pompeo's statement that Israeli settlements are not illegal per se is the most significant shift in America's Middle East policy in the past generation. Jerusalem's status as Israel's capital has been a matter of United States law since 1996. There […]
It's hard to see the logic of Mayor Bloomberg mounting a campaign for president after the apology he issued over the weekend in respect of his crackdown on crime in New York City. In a speech at a Christian center in Brooklyn, Mr. Bloomberg expressed his regret over the program known as stop and frisk, which helped break the back of crime in New York. […]
As a United States senator from Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren is earning 174,000 a year. The least she could do is show up for work. Instead, Senator Warren's recent absenteeism has given us a new twist on what Samuel Adams of whom I'm a biographer might have recognized as a twist on taxation without representation. If Mrs. Warren doesn't bo […]
Our favorite part of Ambassador Nikki Haley's new book "With All Due Respect" is her account of the move of the American embassy in Israel to the capital at Jerusalem. Our erstwhile envoy to the United Nations provides a glimpse of the attempt by the State Department to suborn President Trump into betraying a bright-line campaign promise. She […]
Congratulations are in order for our erstwhile colleague at the Sun, Steven Menashi, who has just been comfortably confirmed as a United States Circuit Judge. He will ride the Second Circuit, which covers New York, Connecticut and Vermont, and will hold the same seat that was held by later Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall. We couldn't be prouder […]
A bill that would have required the Department of Environmental Conservation to issue reports every other year that list high environmental impact zeons in New York was vetoed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. In a veto statement, Cuomo noted similar legislation had been vetoed by then-Gov. David Paterson in 2010 and issues raised at the time…
The second death in New York believed to be related to vaping was confirmed Wednesday by state officials. The death was of a man in his 30s from Manhattan who had a history of vaping and e-cigarette use, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement. “Based on an investigation and medical record review, DOH has…
From the Morning Memo: From a governmental standpoint, there is not much lawmakers at any level can do about a proposed plan to contract Major League Baseball’s minor league system – that doesn’t mean they’re not trying. The 30 big league teams and 160 minor league organizations have an agreement that governs their structure and…
From the Morning Memo: State lawmakers today will hold a public hearing assessing the first year of early voting in New York. The hearing, to be held in New York City, comes amid turnout of less than 2 percent of eligible voters before Election Day, according to the state Board of Elections. At the moment,…
Good morning and happy Wednesday to all. Here’s the news. Happening today: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in Albany with nothing public planned. At 10 a.m., state lawmakers will hold a public hearing to discuss the implementation of early voting throughout New York state. Senate Hearing Room, 250 Broadway, 19th Floor, New York City. At 11…
Expect to hear a lot of this from Democratic congressional candidate Tedra Cobb as she seeks to draw a contrast with Republican incumbent Elise Stefanik: “The biggest difference between us: Elise Stefanik is a Washington insider.” Cobb on Tuesday kicked off her second bid for a congressional seat held by Stefanik in the North Country…
Democrat Robin Schimminger was first elected to the state Assembly in 1976. He will end his 40+ year tenure in the Legislature at the end of next year. Schimminger confirmed he plans to retire after he completes his current term. “During that time, I have met with thousands of individuals and been involved with issues…
The Erie County Democratic Committee executive committee is meeting Thursday evening with several high profile 2020 races potentially on the agenda. Sources said the committee plans to interview current Assemblyman Sean Ryan about his run for New York’s 60th State Senate District. They expect the committee will vote and announce Ryan’s endorsement shortly af […]
Former state Sen. Hiram Monserrate, who was removed from office after a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction, has filed to run for the state Assembly. A Democrat, Monserrate is running for the seat held by Queens Democratic Assemblyman Jeff Aubry. He had previously sought an Assembly seat in 2010 following his expulsion and lost. Monserrate in…
New York will spend up to $60 million for resources to ensure the U.S. Census will be conducted properly, using resources from agencies, public authorities and the public college campuses. The filing made public on Tuesday was first reported by Josefa Velásquez of The City. “Counting every New Yorker in the 2020 Census is critical…
Monroe County government is getting ready for some big changes. With Adam Bello, the first Democratic County Executive in about 30 years elected this month, there will obviously be changes in the top ranks of county government, since Bello will have the opportunity to put his own team in place. On Tuesday, long time Monroe County Parks Director Larry Staub a […]
Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced on Tuesday that long-time Director of Parks Larry Staub will retire on December 17. Staub has served as Director for 13 years, and has spent 30 years working for Monroe County. “Larry has been an incredible steward of our beautiful County Parks system, enhancing one of our community’s greatest assets,” said Di […]
Hilda Rosario Escher, the former longtime leader of the Ibero American Action League, made it official on Saturday: she is a candidate for the 56 th district State Senate seat now held by Republican Joe Robach. Escher indicated last summer that she was considering a run for the seat. On Saturday, Rosario Escher said that, “Economic resurgence through public […]
Governor Andrew Cuomo and NYS Attorney General Letitia James have announced an expanded lawsuit against the International Joint Commission, for “failing to implement its flood protocol for the Moses-Saunders Power Dam.” That’s the dam that can be used to help regulate the level of water in Lake Ontario. The IJC is the joint U.S.-Canadian agency that helps ad […]
After the uproar caused by an attempt by the Monroe County Legislature's Republican Majority to water down the county executive's authority , GOP leadership withdrew the CABLE (Checks and Balances for Legislative Equality) Act of 2019 late Friday. The move was made by the Republican majority just a week after the election where County Clerk Adam Be […]
The top Republicans on the Monroe County Legislature are now saying they are ok with a delay in changes being proposed that affect the power of the county executive. The response follows a firestorm of criticism on social media and elsewhere after news broke Tuesday night that the Republicans, who hold the legislative majority, were trying to water down some […]
Foreign desk: Macron to Europe — Unite or Die At the American Conservative, James Pinkerton flags French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent warning that Europe has to “wake up” or else “disappear politically.” Translation: “If Europe wishes to play the role of a great power, it will have to be a great power, complete with military...
So the United States has “the world’s highest rate of children in detention.” Is this worth reporting? Maybe, maybe not. Nevertheless, Agence France-Presse, or AFP, and Reuters did report it, attributing the information to a “United Nations study” on migrant children detained at the US-Mexico border. Then the two agencies retracted the story. Deleted, withdr […]
Wednesday’s impeachment testimony by US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland underscored the folly of the main defense strategy adopted by President Trump and his supporters against Democratic allegations that he traded military aid for dirt on the Bidens. That strategy has been to categorically deny any quid pro quo. Yet contrary to other...
If coup-coup Nancy Pelosi has a panic button, now would be a good time to lean on it. With signs that Americans are tuning out the impeachment hearings, the clock is ticking on Democrats’ chance to make their case. Pelosi is clearly worried, telling fellow Dems it’s a “weak response” to “let the election decide”...
Michael Bloomberg apologized last weekend for his policy of “Stop, Question and Frisk,” which, he now says, was wrong. Speaking before a mostly black audience at a church, the former mayor hung his head and repented his failure back then to understand “the full impacts that stops were having on the black and Latino communities.”...
The commander-in-chief ought to fire Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who serves on the National Security Council, for rank insubordination. That is the key takeaway from Tuesday’s hearings in the Democratic impeachment push. Vindman, unlike other Democratic “star witnesses,” was at least on the July 25 phone call between President Trump and his Ukrainian counte […]
Kudos to the Citizens Budget Commission for flagging yet another horrible bill that demands a veto from Gov. Andrew Cuomo: an outrageous effort to give school bus drivers special privileges at city taxpayers’ expense. For decades, the city included these “employee-protection provisions” in its contracts with private bus companies. The EPPs forced companies t […]
Iran is suddenly seeing its largest protests in years, in over 100 cities — and the government’s cracking down hard. Amnesty International reports more than 100 deaths, while exile groups put the figure above 200; official media admit to more than 1,000 arrests. In a bid to stifle further demonstrations, the regime has imposed a...
House Republicans on Wednesday seized on Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s acknowledgment — also touted by President Trump — that the commander in chief told him he wanted “nothing” from Ukraine. Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan took the lead during the House impeachment inquiry. “I mean, I’ve never seen anything like this and you told [GOP staff counsel...
EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland laughingly told lawmakers during the House impeachment inquiry on Wednesday that he likely did tell President Trump that his Ukrainian counterpart “loves his ass.” State Department staffer David Holmes testified that Sondland made the comment during lunch at a restaurant in Kiev when he was speaking to the president on an...
Holiday fun with the family should always be free of politics, and the game-makers at Mattel want to make sure of it. Just in time for Thanksgiving, the traditionally primary-colored card game Uno has been recast without red or blue — which have traditionally represented the colors of the Republican and Democratic parties, respectively. Their...
The White House on Wednesday pushed back against Gordon Sondland’s testimony that there was a quid pro quo involving the White House and Ukraine, pointing to his earlier, contradictory statements. “Ambassador Sondland previously testified that the president told him directly that he was not interested in a quid pro quo,” the White House said in...
The Rev. Al Sharpton’s troubled charity, the National Action Network, has dodged scrutiny paid other nonprofits — despite paying him $1 million last year — thanks to his political clout, insiders and experts say. “There are certain things that are universally true in New York: the sun rises in the east, it sets in the...
Former US envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker’s testimony Tuesday in the House impeachment inquiry differed markedly from his October deposition, as the veteran diplomat said he had learned new details since then. “Since I gave my testimony on Oct. 3, a great deal of additional information and perspectives have come to light. I have learned...
More testimony today and all are firmly planted in their silos. If you use words like "Trumptard" you think its a slam dunk.....if not, you think otherwise....or maybe your eyes have long ago glazed over. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkN4P7R5stE
If it's like most public hearings for the SEQR process, the event on December 2 at City Hall will be perfunctory...It's about the proposed parking lot on city land to service the Watertown Golf Club. What struck me as odd is that a private firm standing to benefit from the parking lot is doing the construction on what is purported a public […]
When he takes office the new mayor should not be allowed to work more than 28 hours a week as that is the point he would dip under the new minimum wage which will be $11.80 and as anyone in the private sector knows you can't just call someone salaried for the purpose of evading wage and hour laws. Oh, it's your public service...a level of […]
Heavy crime wave....A teen walks on a cab fare.....a woman yells profanities at Arby's......A lady swipes some liquor at of all places a liquor store. https://www.newzjunky.com/antwerp-teen-accused-of-failing-to-taxi-fare-in-watertown/
Who could disagree with the notion the Mercy site should be put to good use now that COR's plans have folded and the firm is trying to sell the parcel. Since some $4M in state money went into the clean up of the site, the public does have a strong interest in its use. But....who has the fiscal muscle and political pull to get som […]
Few things are more antithetical to the public's will than lame duck lawmakers trying to change the rules for incoming lawmakers...especially ones elected in a wave like in Ogdensburg. It is reported the sitting Council in the Maple City want to somehow require a super majority of five instead of the simple majority of four to terminate a city […]
She is using the moment. Tedra Cobb did a campaign kick off...for a campaign already well underway....in Glens Falls, where the local editor slobbers over her, declaring her a "force of nature." All that said, the money haul Ms. Cobb has pulled off the last few days is epic and surely is noticed over at the Stefanik campaign. Eli […]
As we meander towards Thanksgiving, I look back at what has gone on this year. From DC to Public Square there is an Internet fueled coarseness to our discourse. Some of it right here in the comments although much is culled. This was the year of the "Facebook lie" and real time bashing of everyone right down to the final moments of a campa […]
De Blasio echoes Trump as he calls news media 'pitiful' in emails with political firm advisers Who said it: President Trump or Mayor de Blasio? "First of all, the news media is pitiful and it's sad for our city and nation." They might have wildly different politics, but Hizzoner and the President share a rabid distaste for the medi […]
Eric AdamsVerified account @BPEricAdams 16m16 minutes ago From school buses to vendor contracts to the Renewal program and now travel expenses, @NYCSchools is a textbook case of when an agency fails to monitor and correct problems in real time. The public shouldn’t have to discover this waste through an audit. After de Blasio’s Renewal […]
NYSBOE the Interlocking-Directorates de Blasio’s Illegal 2014 Senate Coordinated Campaign Subpoenas Fly At City Hall Laundering $$$ 2016-1: In the Matter of Campaign for One New York and United for Affordable NYC
A Real New York City Tale of Two Cities: New York's Leaders Bring the Out of Town Techies into NYC, Pushing Out New York's Poor and Middle Class that Voted for Them and Build Out Great City A tale of two New Yorks: Billions for Amazon but rats, lead paint and mold for public housing https://on.wsj.com/2DJGjbV via @WSJOpinion Politicians who sign […]
Three more years of de Blasio is starting to feel like a long time The mayor has become more punctual and less self-congratulatory, but far more worrisome traits have emerged Foremost among them is the mayor's coddling of campaign donors—which came to light in emails unearthed by media lawsuits and criminal prosecutions. Fears that pay-to-play politics […]
Competence Is Missing From New York City's Elections Board ... 2016 Brennan Center NYC Board of Elections Riddled With Problems, Dept. of Investigation Finds DNA 2013 Nepotism, political cronyism, violations of voter privacy and untrained workers run rampant inside the city's beleaguered Board of Elections, according to a 70-page report release […]
This week, Governor Cuomo signed a package of bills to support New Yorkers who serve or have served in the armed forces. The package consists of 14 bills that protect the rights of active duty military members and veterans in a number of areas, including access to education, employment, voting, discharge status protection, and general services and benefits. […]
Winners of the Grow-NY challenge were announced this week. RealEats America was announced as the $1 million winner of the first year of the food and agriculture challenge. The Grow-NY competition is focused on growing an enduring food and agriculture innovation cluster in Central New York, the Finger Lakes, and the Southern Tier regions of New York State. Th […]
City & State NY’s Winners and Losers here. City & State NY’s The 2019 Nonprofit Power 100 here. WAMC’s Karen Dewitt: Medicaid Budget Deficit Could Impact NYS Budget here. Apple Card being investigated by DFS. Forbes: New York goes out with a Whimper in Its Case against ExxonMobil here.
The Senate Education and Budget and Revenue Committees will hold the last of a series of public meetings to hear stakeholder input regarding the components of the Foundation Aid formula in relation to student, district and community needs with a goal of greater equity in school financing on November 19. **POSTPONED TDB** The Senate and Assembly will hold […] […]
Governor Cuomo issued a letter to Public Service Commission Chair John Rhodes regarding National Grid’s natural gas moratorium. The full text of the letter is available below: Dear Mr. Rhodes, Upon receiving a number of reports that National Grid was using a moratorium to justify suspension of natural gas service to existing customers in portions […]
Governor Cuomo signed a bill (S.3168-A/A.4079-B) increasing special accidental death benefits for spouses and children of police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty. Specifically, the new law increases cost of living benefits by 3 percent for the deceased’s spouse or the deceased’s children under the age of 18 or, if a student, […]
A report that could guide the of in nearly 50 years recommends city planners allow for a wider range of retail uses in the neighborhoods and create a pathway for more people to be allowed to live... To view the full story, click the title link.
Founded in 2015 by entrepreneurs Inaki Berenguer and Rashmi Melgiri, a Crain’s 40 Under 40 last year, CoverWallet is an online marketplace where small and midsize companies shop for... To view the full story, click the title link.
Taking a victory lap prior to the signing of a historic commercial waste-zone bill, the head of the city Sanitation Department said Wednesday that the legislation would bring cleaner air, safer... To view the full story, click the title link.
'Tis the season for Wall Street strategists to predict what they think will happen in the markets next year. As the 2020 forecasts start dribbling out, it has become clear that the market is focused... To view the full story, click the title link.
A federal jury in New York is set to start mulling the fate of former JPMorgan Chase & Co. banker Akshay Aiyer, who is accused of conspiring with traders at other banks to eliminate competition by... To view the full story, click the title link.
Market Line, the food hall and gallery in the Lower East Side's Essex Crossing development, will open Friday, and just two vendor spaces remain to be filled, according to Rohan Mehra, co-founder and... To view the full story, click the title link.
Statement from New York Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy on the Ongoing actions of JCOPE related to Cuomo’s corruption November 19, 2019…“What we have witnessed from JCOPE since its inception is a pattern of politically-motivated and illegal actions designed to designed to do the bidding of one man: Governor Andrew Cuomo. We were forced to drag […] The po […]
CRIMINALS LAUNCH “CUOMO FOR PRESIDENT” DRAFT Fentanyl Dealer Responsible for Overdose Death Thanks Governor Cuomo for Cashless Bail New York–November 15th…Dangerous criminals are literally starting to thank Governor Cuomo and urge him to run for President after being let back out on the streets following their arrest, thanks to his new cashless bail policy. […]
NYGOP CHAIRMAN LANGWORTHY RESPONDS TO TIMES UNION REPORT THAT CUOMO WAS SECRETLY COMMUNICATING WITH JCOPE New York–November 14th…Chairman Langworthy issued the following statement in response to this news, first reported by the Times Union, that Governor Cuomo was secretly communicating with JCOPE about the vote to investigate his office for clear violations […]
NYGOP CHAIRMAN LANGWORTHY CALLS ON MAX ROSE, ANTONIO DELGADO & ANTHONY BRINDISI TO RETURN SHIFTY SCHIFF’S DONATIONS Schiff’s Financial Support for Marginal Members Who Switched on Impeachment is the Real Quid Pro Quo New York–November 13th…New York Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy today blasted Congressmen Max Rose, Antonio Delgado and Anthony Brindis […]
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy on Congressman Pete King’s Retirement Announcement November 11, 2019 … “The United States is a safer and stronger country thanks to the service of Congressman Peter King. His unmatched expertise in homeland security and counter-terrorism has been invaluable to New York and our entire nation. He always fought prou […]
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy on President Trump’s Florida Residency Announcement and Governor Cuomo’s Reaction November 1, 2019… “Andrew Cuomo is the captain of the Titanic steering New York smack into economic demise. It’s a national embarrassment that his disastrous policies have caused President Trump to join the more than a million other […]
CRIMINALS-11, LAW ABIDING CITIZENS-0 New York Democrats Give Another Win to Criminals With Legislation to Give Inmates Voting Rights Albany, NY–October 31st…The Nationals clinched the World Series Championship last night, but it’s New York’s criminals who are really celebrating with a radical new bill that would allow inmates serving prison sentences the rig […]
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy on Today’s House Impeachment Vote October 31, 2019… “It may be Halloween, but it’s clear Anthony Brindisi has been tricking voters on his impeachment plans for nearly two years. By joining this baseless impeachment charade to try and remove President Trump from office, Anthony Brindisi, Max Rose, Antonio Delgado […]
Marcus Kohan, Chairman, and Keith Westbrook, President, Conservative Party USA, jointly announced the appointment of Jon Matthews, Chief Information Officer. Jon is Chairman, California Conservative Party, and a longtime media executive. More background information about Jon can be found by clicking his name here: Jon Matthews Jon will manage public informat […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 13, 2019 Baton Rouge, Louisiana Conservative Party USA Announces New Plank National Chairman, Marcus Kohan, today announced an immediate thrust of the Party to seek a declaration of a national election day holiday to restore and preserve election integrity. Chairman Kohan stated further, “The very cornerstone on which our Repub […]
Declare a National Election Day Holiday to Restore and Preserve Election Integrity The very cornerstone on which our Republic’s foundation was established is the belief the best government is one in which we the people choose those we believe represent our ideals, values and principles to govern in our stead. In order to preserve a government of the people, […]
The Conservative Party USA expresses our condolences to the family of John McCain. We wish his family peace & tranquility during this difficult time and wish to give Thanks for his service in uniform to our military. As an organization founded and voluntarily administrated by veterans we recognize all who wear the uniforms of all who serve! Team CP-USA
It is often noted that while the left is protesting the right is out working to support their families. People very often say what can I do to help I have to work. Everybody who cares about this country can do something. I would suggest that anyone who hears the left spewing any hurtful or untrue rhetoric towards anyone on the right call them out on it. As […]
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“Fragrance so strong, even angels will fall.” We all know where these words come from. Are you offended by the “Axe Effect” ad? Sorry to pop the bubble, people, but there is science and psychology behind this ad, and there is a reason why deodorant and perfume ads are made this way. Now don’t get … The Psychology of Scent and Attraction You Won’t Believe Rea […]