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 →
It’s a time of transition for the New York Racing Association. This includes a new leader, David O’Rourke, who is steering the organization through an evolving gambling landscape, major changes at their tracks and concerns about equine safety. He joined the Capitol Confidential podcast to talk about all this, and much more, including the legacy
Good morning. Normally, we would recommend doing something outdoors on the weekend — but it’s going to be terribly hot on Saturday, with the heat index ranging from 105 to 110 degrees. And if you planned on going to the Saratoga Race Course, you’ll need new plans. (TU) Here’s your roundup: With Al Gore by his
Details are still lacking on a conceptual agreement reached this spring to restore some of state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s procurement oversight. The decision in 2011 and 2012 to scale back his office’s review of the bidding processes for the state university system and the Office of General Services triggered intense scrutiny with the Buffalo Billion […]
Gov. Cuomo is expected to sign a major agreement for offshore wind production and he’s signing the long-awaited climate change bill, the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. The event is scheduled to take place at Fordham law school in New York City. You can watch the festivities here:
The state Association of Counties is launching a task force to examining the local impact of changes to the state’s criminal justice system that were enacted during the legislative session. The County Criminal Justice Reform Task Force will be led by Warren County Director of Probation Bob Iusi and will include representatives from effected county
Good morning. The temperature is taking a serious dip today, but it won’t last long. Keep that umbrella handy. (TU) Here’s your roundup! New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins is poised to assume leadership of the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, a national group that seeks Democratic takeover of Legislatures across the country. (TU […]
Nachman Caller, an attorney and Republican district leader, is planning to run against Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind, sources familiar with Mr. Caller’s plans tell the Observer. If Mr. Caller goes ahead with the bid, it would be the first significant challenge that Mr. Hikind, a conservative Democrat, has faced in many years. “Hikind never had a … Continue […]
Mayor Bill de Blasio finally got some good news in the form of a story about unclaimed cash. The Daily News reported today that the mayor is owed money held by the state comptroller’s office from the health insurance company Group Health Inc. as well as AT&T Mobile. The listing does not specify how much he’s … Continue reading De Blasio Is Really Excited […]
Mayor Bill de Blasio today blamed “miscommunication” for his administration’s latest spat with the governor over a deal that would allow the state to subsidize rents for homeless families to transition out of the city’s crammed shelter system. “You know, we talked about that priority several times in the last month publicly. But more importantly, … Continue […]
It’s probably not a surprise to anyone who’s seen his college yearbook photo, but it appears Bill de Blasio is a fan of the movie Clerks. After a reporter asked the mayor about projected taxi medallion revenue in his budget plan at a press conference this afternoon, Mr. de Blasio dropped a reference to the … Continue reading Mayor de Blasio Drops Silent Bob, […]
Assemblywoman Rhoda Jacobs, a Brooklyn lawmaker who was first elected in 1978, may not seek re-election, multiple sources familiar with Ms. Jacobs’ plans told the Observer. Ms. Jacobs has informed local politicos that she is unlikely to run again, though sources cautioned that Ms. Jacobs could still end up changing her mind as she has … Continue reading Rhod […]
Nowhere is the collapse of the Democratic Party as a coherent political organization more evident than in the astounding metamorphosis of Robert Mueller. He returned to public notice as special counsel and was instantly heralded by the Democratic press as a virtual Douglas MacArthur of selfless national duty, precisely the sort of rigorous, incorruptible, no […]
There's a moment in the movie "First Man" about Neil Armstrong that we keep thinking of as the jubilee of Apollo 11 is being celebrated throughout the Milky Way. It's the confrontation over a crisis in the flight of Gemini 8, when Armstrong's wife rejects NASA's reassurance that it has everything under control. "No you don […]
The death of Justice John Paul Stevens offers a moment to reflect on one of our favorite facts about the sages who sit on our highest tribunal. It has to do with the limited ability of our presidents and senators to foresee how judges are going to rule once they gain a lifetime mandate at the apex of our judiciary. For the most liberal justice of our recent […]
As we settle into high summer and the period of maximum difficulty in finding anything to fill in hours of television news, especially 24/7 news television, two well-established political trends are emerging in this preelectoral period: The president's opponents continue to dig themselves into foxholes that they will not be able to escape, and the presi […]
Something is missing, it strikes us, from Alan Blinder's sally against Judy Shelton, the woman President Trump is preparing to nominate for a governorship of the Federal Reserve. Mr. Blinder, who was made vice chairman of our central bank by President Clinton, says that Ms. Shelton is part of a "new tactic" in President Trump's war on the […]
A point has yet to be made about the four American socialist Democratic congresswomen whom President Trump is advising to go back to the places they came from. It's not just that three of them were born in America. It's that while Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Omar Ilhan, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley may change America, the likelihood is that Ame […]
A high-ranking member of the Islamic State, who is a naturalized U.S. citizen, who lived in Brooklyn has been charged with providing material support to the terrorist organization. The Health Department is evaluating the water system at a public housing complex in Manhattan after two cases of Legionnaires’ Disease were diagnosed within the past year.…
Mental health facilities have failed to ensure parents and guardians are properly notified of abuse and neglect, an audit released Friday by Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office found. A 2007 law named for Jonathan Carey, who died while in the care of a state facility, required the expansion of access to records relating to abuse and…
The heat wave isn’t just the temperature. Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a radio interview on Friday decried what he said is “super heated” rhetoric on both political extremes. That places a burden on officeholders to achieve tangible accomplishments to satisfy a restive electorate, he said. “It’s a real function of this political environment,” Cuomo said… […]
Deaths from opioids in the United States dropped by 5 percent between 2017 and 2018, but an analysis released Friday by the Rockefeller Institute says a celebration may be premature. The analysis found there are reasons to be optimistic about the decrease, but the results from the Centers for Disease Control may be provisional. At…
The New York State Police Investigators have ratified a five-year contract with the state, the union announced Friday morning. The 2018-2023 collective bargaining agreement was approved 816 to 144 on Thursday, said President Christopher Quick. “NYSPIA looks forward to continuing to represent the unique needs of the state’s investigators by ensuring their saf […]
From the Morning Memo: The new national Democratic post for Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins has gotten the attention of presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren. The Massachusetts senator in a tweet praised Stewart-Cousins, who this week was named the chairwoman of the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, a group that seeks to elect more D […]
From the Morning Memo: A poll conducted by the campaign arm of the House Republicans released this week found most voters in the Hudson Valley’s 18th congressional district oppose impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump and have a dim view of socialism. The poll, conducted by the National Republican Congressional Committee in the district of… […]
From the Morning Memo: A bipartisan group of Congress members called the Problem Solvers Caucus is leading a visit to the Southern border today. Among them is caucus co-chair and Southern Tier Republican Tom Reed. He said members will be sitting together and continuing discussions about potential solutions Democrats and Republicans can both consider a…
Good morning and TGIF. It’s going to be very hot today and tomorrow. Drink water accordingly. Happening today: Gov. Andrew Cuomo is yet to release a public schedule. At 9:30 a.m., New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams will appear on Ebro In The Morning to call for the firing of NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo.…
The 199th and 200th members of the FDNY have died of September 11th-related illnesses. Hundreds of jobs at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority could be cut to save money if the agency adopts a major reorganization plan. A judge denied bail Thursday for jailed financier Jeffrey Epstein on sex trafficking charges after prosecutors argued the jet-setting… […]
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) An audit finds that New York's Office of Mental Health isn't complying with a state law requiring notifications to parents or guardians when a patient is injured or mistreated in a state-regulated institution. The report released Friday by the office of Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli examined eight mental health facilities and determ […]
Antonino Hernandez-Bautista left for work Tuesday morning. He would not be coming back. About 8 a.m. Tuesday, a calm summer day with clear skies in Albion, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers pulled over and arrested Hernandez-Bautista and took him to a federal detention facility in Batavia, about 20 minutes away. There, he called his wife, Lucila, […]
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York is the latest state to raise its smoking age from 18 to 21 in an effort to discourage teens from getting hooked. The change was signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and will take effect in 120 days. It applies to traditional cigarettes as well as electronic cigarettes and vaporizers. Cuomo says raising the age will help dis […]
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York state has expanded laws against racial bias to include hairstyles and hair texture. The bill aims to ensure no employee can be fired or passed over for a job because of racially biased criticism of their hair. The change to the state's human rights law, approved by lawmakers this year, was signed into law Friday by Democratic […]
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) A judge in New York has refused to block a state law repealing a religious exemption to vaccine mandates. Lawyers representing 55 families in New York filed a lawsuit this week hoping to restore the exemption, which lawmakers eliminated this year in the face of the nation's worst measles outbreak in decades. Plaintiffs who argued they […]
The public boat launch at the Irondequoit Bay Outlet in Sea Breeze has opened for the season. That’s according to Town Supervisor Dave Seeley, who says that while much of the dock is still under water due to flooding, crews from the town’s public works department installed temporary elevated ramps this week to provide access to the launch dock. He says that […]
Three significant anniversaries passed this week. Only two have truly been noted. First, of course, is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing on Saturday, July 20. The second was the 20th anniversary of the deaths of John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette in a small plane Kennedy...
Dear Bill de Blasio, Everyone knows you’re a terrible mayor — maybe the worst in the past 100 years. But can’t you at least pretend that you love us? Like, by showing your face when we’re scared or in need of solace? There’s a low-cost way to make people ignore your dereliction and laziness: Just...
No one doubts that the biggest achievement of the July 20, 1969, lunar landing was simply getting there. It was a monumental triumph of will — and technology. Yet once Neil Armstrong took that historic step, the point of the mission switched: Armstrong and fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin set out to further man’s understanding of...
Every morning, Dan Kaplan finds an article next to his plate at the breakfast table, placed there by his wife, Sandy. It is always a jeremiad against Donald Trump. Dan had done business with Trump and was impressed with his decisiveness. “Trump gets things done,” he said, and voted Republican for the first time in...
On Oct. 4, 1957, the Soviet Union pulled off one of the greatest propaganda triumphs in history. For the first time ever, it put a satellite into earth orbit, catching the United States by surprise and kicking off the space age. Sputnik’s steady radio beep-beep-beep relayed no scientific information, but it clearly told the world...
Is the Abram Jimenez scandal going to pass without a ripple? It’s been a week since The Post’s Susan Edelman broke the news that he’d been hired despite a massive conflict of interest, yet Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza has yet to offer a ghost of explanation, let alone regret. Jimenez had already quit his $205,000...
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declined to remove Mayor Bill de Blasio for being an absentee chief executive. Well, gov, how about Mount Vernon Mayor (or maybe not!) Richard Thomas? Someone needs to end the Third World-like political chaos that’s descended on the state’s eighth-largest city. Facing indictment for spending campaign money on personal expenses and... […]
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong took that “giant leap for mankind” as the first man to walk on the moon. Then, just three and a half years later, on Dec. 14, 1972, Gene Cernan became the last man to stride the lunar surface. Today, US astronauts must rely on Russian rockets to travel to...
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson is not letting his new nickname “de-facto mayor” go to his head, but he took another shot at Hizzoner for being missing in action during last weekend’s blackout. “They say that 90 percent of life is showing up. Well, 100 percent of being an elected official is showing up,” he...
Every morning, Dan Kaplan finds an article next to his plate at the breakfast table, placed there by his wife, Sandy. It is always a jeremiad against Donald Trump. Dan had done business with Trump and was impressed with his decisiveness. “Trump gets things done,” he said, and voted Republican for the first time in...
It will be “Biden and Harris Round 2” at the second Democratic debates. The lineups for the Democratic presidential primary debates on July 30 and 31 were drawn at random and announced on Thursday night by CNN, the network hosting the contest. On the first night of the debates the candidates featured will be: Marianne...
A Democratic candidate who was seeking election to the Mississippi House of Representatives, and who had just been served divorce papers, walked into the medical clinic where his estranged wife worked as a receptionist Tuesday and shot her to death before turning the gun on himself, officials said. Marshall County Sheriff Kenny Dickerson said the...
Jon Stewart on Wednesday evening tore into Republican Sens. Rand Paul and Mike Lee for effectively blocking an extension of the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund. Earlier Wednesday, the lawmakers slowed down the process of passing the bipartisan bill that would provide relief for first responders, their families and others sickened at Ground Zero. “It’s. […]
President Trump on Wednesday repeated the claim that Rep. Ilhan Omar committed immigration fraud by illegally marrying her brother. Trump made the statement while responding to a question from a reporter from the One America News Network before leaving for a campaign rally in Greenville, North Carolina. Reporter Emerald Robinson asked the president “if the.. […]
President Trump on Tuesday launched a fresh round of attacks on four “radical left” freshman female lawmakers, asking why Democrats didn’t rush to “rebuke” what he called their “disgusting” comments. ”The Democrat Congresswomen have been spewing some of the most vile, hateful, and disgusting things ever said by a politician in the House or Senate,... […]
The Democratic Party bears little resemblance to the themes Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton embraced in the 2008 primaries. The parameters of marriage — “between a man and woman,” in Obama’s words — have now transmogrified beyond gay civil unions to legal gay marriage to transgendered fixations. Obama once protested that he was no king...
There are some signs of Graeme Spicer's campaign for County Judge....I see Mr. Spicer has an August 1 fundraiser at Coleman's Corners in Watertown. Mr. Spicer is a native of Watertown who in recent years has lived and practiced law in Syracuse. He is running against David Renzi for the open seat on the bench.https://www.facebook.com/spicerforj […]
Ties happen but few anticipated current events a month ago when it was assumed the mayoral primary would produce the usual two finalists. It is more than a curiosity how quickly a notion developed after the primary for creating a one candidate race by bringing into question the statute governing city elections. Charges of a flawed law were awfully quick […]
Those of us of age will remember this weekend staying up late with Walter to watch grainy pictures of a shadowy figure descending from the lunar lander and setting food on Earth's sole natural satellite, the Moon. There was no Internet, no PCs, few cars had A/C and we were just hearing about a way to cook food without preheating an oven. […]
One thing about this little spat is all sorts of people like to chime in. Just got an email on these lawyer arrangements but since nobody has time for FOILs or ethics or worries about $75 limits....a lot of water will go under the bridge. The interesting thing in the Channel 7 report is the statement that this lawyer enrichment program is what the […]
County Leg Chair Scott Gray says attorney John Ciampoli is wrong in asserting that the high priced lawyer representing Commissioner Seymour is being paid by the county. Mr. Gray says the Commissioner opted to get his own counsel and the chairman has no idea who is bankrolling it. I never knew these commissioners had such autonomy from county admini […]
The attorney for Allison Crossman called the Live at Five today to chat about today's brief session in Judge McClusky's courtroom.... It's the case of Sam Thomas trying to force a three way race and standing steadfast against that is GOP Commissioner Judge Seymour. We confirmed today, premier election law attorney Joe Burns out o […]
In Supreme Court today Judge James McClusky set August 7th as the date to hear the matter of what will become of the mayoral primary results and whether the request by citizen Sam Thomas for a three way primary will be ordered. In the courtroom was Councilman Cody Horbacz and the two election commissioners....Democrat Babette Hall has county attorney […]
Today's HOTLINE remarks by an avid, but disliked by some, follower of politics shed much light on how the Coonocracy is trying to steal an election. Like many, we saw all the support for a three person race....Even perfunctory support from Jeff Smith. There was an editorial....public sentiment, polls, opinions from lawyers, even City Council s […]
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 into law legislation that expands equal pay laws to prohibit unequal pay on the basis of a protected class for substantially similar work (S5248B/A8093A), and forbids employers from asking prospective employees about their salary history (S6549/A5308B). The Governor signed the measures, a key component of his 2019 Women’s Jus […]
Election night results seemed to indicate a shocking upset in the Queens District Attorney race with Tiffany Cabán holding a 1,090 vote lead over establishment candidate Melinda Katz. However, after the counting of absentee ballots last week, the lead has changed to a slight 16 vote edge for Katz. It is unusual for absentee ballots […]
The influential labor leader Héctor Figueroa died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack on Thursday night. He was 57 years old. As president of 32BJ SEIU, Figueroa guided policy positions of the country’s largest building services union, which numbers over 163,000 members. Figueroa has headed the union since 2012 and is credited with growing its […]
Property tax levy growth for local governments with fiscal years that close on Dec. 31 will be capped at 2 percent for the 2020 fiscal year, according to State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. This figure affects the tax cap calculations for all counties, towns, fire districts, 44 cities and 10 villages. The tax cap, which […]
This week the New York State Thruway announced a new Toll Advisory Panel that is slated to hold two public hearings. The panel is charged with reviewing toll rates, potential resident and commuter discount programs and commercial vehicle rates on the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. The toll panel has slated two listening sessions, one […]
Mickey Kearns, Erie County Clerk, filed a federal lawsuit this week challenging New York’s Green Light Law. Kearns, a Democrat, has been a vocal opponent of the law which will compel the issuance of driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. The law also forbids cooperation with federal authorities, which Kearns believes will require County Clerks and […] […]
The luxury department store , and much of that is due to the retailer’s annual rent jumping from $16 million to $30 million at its Flagship store, according to multiple news outlets. Back in 2001,... To view the full story, click the title link.
As new CBRE reports that the average asking rent for office space in the borough has reached a historic high of $80.25 per square foot. The report, which measures the market at its mid-year point,... To view the full story, click the title link.
Changing the city's arcane could tax public resources, Mayor Bill de Blasio warned on Friday. The mayor promised a caller on his weekly WNYC radio segment that a report would be forthcoming from... To view the full story, click the title link.
poured more than $8 billion into New York–based startups in the first six months of the year, and the signs of the expansion of here are everywhere, as . But I didn’t get one key piece of... To view the full story, click the title link.
Lyft Inc. wants its riders in America’s largest city to know that they might not need to take a Lyft. They can just ride the subway. Over the next few months, Lyft said users of its app will be able... To view the full story, click the title link.
Consolidated Edison Inc. has been warning for days that New Yorkers may be on the verge of some isolated power failures. An upcoming heat wave, the utility says, could bake the pavement and overheat... To view the full story, click the title link.
Langworthy Blasts Cuomo Appointment of Democrat Party Boss to Taxpayer-Funded Elections Commission Beware taxpayers: Corrupt Cuomo is once again corrupting a so-called “anti-corruption” tool Albany, NY–July 8th….New York Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy today blasted Governor Cuomo for appointing his handpicked state Democrat Party boss Jay Jacobs to the […]
NYGOP Renews Call for de Blasio Resignation; Asks New Yorkers to Join by Signing Petition New York, NY–July 15, 2019…After first calling for de Blasio’s resignation in June for being an absentee mayor, the NYGOP today renewed its call and asked New Yorkers who agree to join them in signing a petition calling on him to step down. Petition […] The post NYGOP r […]
VANCE, CUOMO IN TANGLED WEB OF CORRUPTION Silence on Handling of Epstein Case Deafening; Will he Call for Resignation? New York–July 11th…It’s been several days since we learned Manhattan DA Cy Vance gave preferential treatment to serial abuser Jeffrey Epstein, yet Governor Cuomo has remained conspicuously silent. The recent history between the two Democrats […]
Statement from NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy on Governor Cuomo Signing the “Trump Tax Bill” July 8, 2019… “This law is nothing more than presidential harassment. Today Andrew Cuomo and Albany Democrats are using it to go after President Trump, but tomorrow it could be any New Yorker. It will never stand up in the courts and […] The post Statement from Chair […]
Statement from Incoming NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy on Queens District Attorney Election Results June 26, 2019…“It’s official: the New York Democrat Party is now the party of extreme radicals led by AOC, Bernie Sanders and the Democratic Socialists of America. “Tiffany Caban’s election should send shivers down the spine of every commonsense New Yorker who […]
Joint Statement from NYGOP Chairman Ed Cox and Incoming NYGOP Chairman Nick Langworthy on President Trump’s Reelection Campaign Kick-Off June 18, 2019… “Tonight marks the beginning of the fight for the future of America. In just two short years, President Trump has achieved historic results for the American people and delivered spectacularly on his promise [ […]
GOP: Worst Mayor in NYC History Bill de Blasio Must Resign; Give New Yorkers Full-Time Mayor “It was bad enough when he was just lazy, but his delusional ambitions are now putting the city at risk.” New York, NY–June 18th…If New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to play presidential politics, he must resign […] The post Langworthy, Borelli Call on Absent […]
“Andrew Cuomo’s Democrat Party always puts the rights of law breakers ahead of taxpayers. Whether it’s paroling cop-killers, legalizing infanticide or giving free college and driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants, Albany Democrats have proven they are in lockstep with leftist radicals and could care less about the priorities of taxpaying New Yorkers.” “W […]
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 […]
Links are updated every hour. The Resurgent What An Arrogant Thing Bob Corker Did. Shame on Him.14 February 2018, 11:00 amThe old white guys in the Senate always try to stop women and minority conservatives from joining the institution.... This…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 →