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 →
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 →
A new Democratic hopeful for state Sen. Kathy Marchione’s open seat emerged this week. Aaron Gladd, a policy adviser to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, was one of four legislative candidates backed this week by the Saratoga County Democratic Committee. He is competing for the 43rd Senate District, which includes Columbia County and parts of Saratoga,
Facing a difficult political situation, the liberal Working Families Party at its convention in Harlem on Saturday split the baby: Its state committee members voted to back both law professor Zephyr Teachout and New York City Public Advocate Letitia James for New York attorney general, while installing a party activist, Kenny Schafer, as a temporary
A Buffalo business executive who is a defendant in a federal case alleging the bid-rigging of massive upstate development projects is scheduled to plead guilty Friday afternoon and begin cooperating with the government. A court document filed Friday by the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan states that Kevin Schuler, a former executive at the Buffalo
Jonathan Trichter believes the state comptroller’s office has superpowers and hopes voters in November will decide he’s the right person to wield them. Trichter, an investment banker, joined the Capitol Confidential podcast to talk about his long shot bid to be the next state comptroller. The conversation addressed his critique of state Comptroller Thomas Di […]
Good morning. Capitol Confidential is expanding beyond written word and launching a weekly podcast with Times Union reporter David Lombardo. The show is going to highlight all-things New York state government and tell stories you won’t get anywhere else. The first episode is scheduled for today. Here’s your roundup! Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon quit […]
A Long Island attorney was tapped by the Independence Party to be their attorney general candidate in November, according to paperwork filed with the state Board of Elections. Vincent J. Messina Jr., a partner with the Central Islip firm Sinnreich Kosakoff & Messina LLP, joins Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul and Comptroller
It's hard to remember a moment in thoroughbred racing quite like that at the Preakness when Justify thundered out of the fog at the top of the stretch. The excitement of the announcer offered a clue that something exciting seemed to be going on. What, though, was it? All the cameras caught was grayness with a vague apparition of shifting grayish colors […]
The move of the United States embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and the American withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal have been the subjects of an immense volume of nonsensical comment and hand-wringing.The idea that it is anyone's business apart from Israel and the United States where the embassy is located within uncontested Israeli territory is base […]
Opportunity knocks, I say. Kim Jong-un's sudden case of cold feet North Korea's warning that it may pull out of the Singapore Summit could be the best outcome of this whole bizarre business.That's because with each passing week it has become clearer that President Trump is eyeing a deal that would leave in place the North Korean Communist regi […]
The opening of America's embassy in Jerusalem, Israel, is a joyous day here at the Sun. We thought the ceremony was handled beautifully by Ambassador Friedman and the delegation representing President Trump, including his daughter and son in law, and by all of Israel's leaders who spoke, including President Rivlin and Prime Minister Netanyahu. Rare […]
The stark juxtaposition of the celebratory opening of America's new embassy to Israel in Jerusalem and deadly Palestinian riots in Gaza has led some to conclude that one has something to do with the other.As New York Times columnist Max Fisher put it in a tweet, "Now up to 37 people killed. Hope Jared and Ivanka are having lots of fun at the embass […]
Will the New York Philharmonic finally be able to play Kuala Lumpur? That's our question after the astonishing triumph of democracy that has just brought back Mahathir Mohamad as prime minister of Malaysia. He ran an anti-corruption campaign against a one-time ally who became a successor. Dr. Mahathir vowed to bring back to power a former deputy premier […]
Pesident Donald Trump said he’ll “demand” an investigation into possible infiltration of his campaign for political purposes by the Obama administration or others. Stefan Halper, a Cambridge professor with deep ties to American and British intelligence, has been outed as an agent who snooped on the Trump presidential campaign for the FBI. Senate Minority Lea […]
Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro on Sunday named former Rye City Councilwoman Julie Killian his running mate for lieutenant governor, adding a Westchester County woman who is popular in state GOP circles. Killian is former two-time state Senate candidate, having recently lost a special election last month in Westchester County to Democrat She […]
The Working Families Party on Saturday backed a placeholder for attorney general, while also insisting its ballot line this fall would be open to either Tish James or Zephyr Teachout to run for the post. The WFP at its convention announced Legal Aid attorney Kenny Schafer would act as a placeholder candidate and vacate the…
The state Democratic Committee on Saturday in a statement criticized both the Working Families Party and likely Republican nominee for governor Marc Molinaro. The WFP, which has endorsed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s rival for the Democratic nomination Cynthia Nixon, is holding its state convention today in Harlem. The party could endorse Zephyr Teachout for attorney […]
A shooter opened fire at a Texas high school, killing at least eight people this morning. Authorities said they had a person in custody – identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17 – after the shooting and that explosive devices were located at the school and off campus. Speaking at a White House prison reform summit, Trump…
A former LPCiminelli executive has accepted a plea deal with the United States Attorney Southern District of New York and will serve as a cooperating witness in a trial this June connected to alleged bid-rigging for state-led development projects. Kevin Schuler pleaded guilty to two counts: Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud and Wire Fraud. He…
Next week the Democrats will meet for their convention on Long Island where members of the State Committee will pick candidates and award them a spot on the ballot. While it’s widely understood that the incumbents will win these votes, it is not a preordained conclusion until there is an actual vote. But you wouldn’t…
The Transport Workers Union Local 100 on Friday endorsed Democratic attorney general candidate Tish James, the latest labor endorsement she’s received in her bid for the office that officially began this week. “I’m humbled by the support of TWU 100. The men and women of labor helped build this country and I am proud to…
John Cahill has been calling Republican county chairs and donors in recent days to gauge support for a potential run for attorney general, a source with knowledge of the talks on Friday said. Cahill is a former official in the administration of Gov. George Pataki, having served as the commissioner of the Department of Environmental…
A Republican-aligned super PAC has opened a field office in the 19th congressional district, considered one of the top battleground House races in the country. The Congressional Leadership Fund this week announced the field office in the district, along with House seats in Michigan and Minnesota. “To be successful in November CLF is focused on…
Gebni is one of several local startups trying to solve a continuing logistical dilemma: There is likely enough prepared food to affordably feed everyone in New York, but a lot winds up in the dumpster.
Ten months after arriving in the U.S., a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo is working to build a life that will allow him to work in medicine and support the family he hopes will soon join him.
Gov. Cuomo is still trying to dodge accountability in the wake of the Buffalo Billion scandals with a “reform” that ignores the heart of the problem. The gov just created a new nonprofit to oversee and eventually subsume the two SUNY Polytechnic nonprofits that control billions in economic-development cash. But his New York Center for...
Get set for another Bridgegate. That’s what an aide to Gov. Cuomo suggests could happen if New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy restores the Port Authority power-sharing deal that led to the 2013 scandal. Murphy’s folks last week confirmed that the new governor wants to revive the position of deputy executive director at the agency, its...
Breaking News: President Trump is a patient man. That may sound shocking, but consider the evidence. Nearly 15 months have passed since Trump dropped a bomb on law enforcement and the intelligence agencies. Early in the morning of March 4, 2017, he tweeted, “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump...
WINDSOR, England — Standing with the throngs of royals fans along Windsor’s historic Long Walk Saturday, I felt like Meghan Markle smiled directly at me as she trotted past in her Landau carriage with Prince Harry by her side. Many times, this remarkable woman has been said to make a person feel like they’re the...
It’s 2018. One of the world’s most powerful married men had a 22-year-old intern perform oral sex on him in his office. He’s been accused of sexual assault by three other women. One claims, as is the case with so many of the men who have fallen from positions of power as a result, that...
Laurie Metcalf, John Malkovich and Gary Sinise all met 40 years ago when they attended Illinois State University. Never heard of it? I can’t blame you. Situated about two hours south of Chicago in the aptly named town of Normal, ISU is an unfailingly modest institution. But during the 1970s, against all odds, ISU churned...
The Trump administration says that if the upcoming summit between the United States and North Korea fails or doesn’t happen at all, the United States and its allies can go right back to the “maximum pressure” campaign that brought Kim Jong-un to the table in the first place. In reality, doing that would be difficult...
A new day is dawning in Britain. As the eyes of the world descend on Windsor Saturday, Meghan Markle, the exciting and independent 36-year-old American actress who is injecting red blood into the stodgy British royal family, is to stage a jailbreak from tradition. She’s doing things the Meghan Way. Brava! For the first time...
President Trump on Friday urged Congress to overhaul the nation’s prison system and help more ex-cons successfully re-enter society, pushing legislation that faced opposition from Democrats. Five influential Democrats announced their opposition to a House bill supported by the White House, saying the approach would “be a step backward” because it won’t cover […]
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, the Democrat from Minnesota, uttered a forlorn sentiment at a Center for American Progress conference. She said Democrats can’t spend all their time bemoaning President Trump’s existence and that her voters care more about soybean exports than Russian bots. She’s right, but good luck getting anyone to listen. If Democrats have a...
You can observe a lot just by watching, said Yogi Berra. And you can learn a lot just by talking to people. Instead of talking at them. Salena Zito is a reporter, and in 2016 she hung out in bars and poolrooms talking to people, begging for their opinions. That’s how she learned that Donald...
Another day, another 10 victims — nine students and a teacher — shot to death, this time in a high school in the Houston suburb of Santa Fe. And another reminder that Washington, from President Trump on down, has failed to do anything about comprehensive and sensible gun-control measures. As the president himself said Friday,...
Hell hath no fury like a Cuomo scorned. Luckily, the governor’s latest temper tantrum might actually work to the benefit of all New Yorkers — even if it’s for the wrong reasons. The governor has been waging war on the Working Families Party ever since it dumped him for Cynthia Nixon. First, he pressed his...
WASHINGTON – New York’s senators are backing two different fixes for how Capitol Hill deals with sexual harassment and discrimination. On Thursday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) shamed her peers on the Senate floor, for having let 100 days go by since the House unanimously passed a bill that outlines how to deal with complaints by...
When Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he was heading to Israel within days to show solidarity with a nation under attack from Iranian missiles, he said: “I believe you show friendship when times are tough.” Oops: It looks like times just got a little too tough for the governor’s taste. Just hours before his scheduled departure...
A former City Councilwoman from Rye, NY who has run twice and lost for Senate seats is the choice for LG...Julie Killian has been named the presumptive GOP nominee by likely Gubernatorial nominee Marcus Molinaro. It's an all Hudson Valley ticket and a curious choice, as Ms. Killian has no apparent political traction around the state. The […]
The frail and dependent on government cast of characters running the Working Families Party had a hard time this weekend spurning their benefactors in the Democratic Party... As the Times explains, the party nominated a place holder for AG, allowing substitution in the fall depending on who is the Dem nominee....But they also gave Wilson Pak […]
The Working Families Party met in convention this weekend and nominated both Letitia James and Zephyr Teachout to run for AG. That sets up an interesting scenario for the upcoming Democratic Convention to choose statewide candidates. No way does Andrew Cuomo want corruption crusader Teachout running anywhere near him. The WFP followed throu […]
Everybody knows politics is about big money. You can't compete without it and all of the candidates for NY21 have raised by local standards good size war chests. Incumbent Rep. Elise Stefanik has raised the most and a look-see shows money from all over. Let's face it, you can't raise millions from the cloth coat Republicans in this dis […]
Funny we are not supposed to objectify women these days but how quickly the media has identified their favorite "bum" to match Pippa's.https://pagesix.com/2018/05/19/meghan-markles-friend-had-her-own-pippa-moment-at-the-royal-wedding/?_ga=2.35914917.448571360.1526781231-1914089043.1525588820
When watching the Royal Wedding, I understood not making it a state affair by inviting a lot of pols as you never know where to draw the line. No PM or Presidents.... But how do the Clooneys get invited, or Serena Williams or Oprah? Are these actual friends and acquaintances of the bride and groom or are they just ornamental celebrities invite […]
Assemblywoman Addie Jenne is not wasting time getting started on her reelection bid. The five term lawmaker touted several stops along the St. Lawrence as part of a look-see at employment and jobs, Ms. Jenne faces a challenge from Councilman Mark Walczyk who will be able to campaign full time this summer and fall after leaving his job with Sena […]
Had a chat with the oracle of LaFargeville today and Ted and I agreed the local Assembly race is a challenge for Democrats this time, but Mr. Ford still thinks Governor Cuomo is a lock. Of course, four years ago, Ted was chastised for appearing at a rally for Zephyr Teachout. Ted thinks Addie Jenne has been diligent at making the little loca […]
BLASIO'S LAWYERS SET UP A COMPLICATED END RUN AROUND THE ELECTION LAW SINCE HIS ELECTION IN 2009 TO PUBLIC ADVOCATE https://www.facebook.com/Dominiccartertv1/videos/10155559107538129/?hc_ref=ARQ5SWc9vClKTXyFLDxj3XHaHTCB2Wn-g3703-oxL_N37i9DG7mteiwTf33IyX5iJZk Mayor's Flacks Create Community Policing Canard for the NYPD A Corruption Trial Against A […]
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 […]
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his office will pursue prosecution of one Laura Janeth Garza, a 38-year-old Mexican citizen accused of stealing the identity of an American and using it to vote illegally.
Several recent anti-business measures of note followed a similar path: a liberally-minded west coast jurisdiction (usually San Francisco or Seattle) passes the legislation at the local level, and it is then passed statewide, before eventually making its way to the New York City Council and our state Legislature. We saw this most recently with the […]
The below letter to the editor was submitted to the Albany Times Union last week. New York’s so-called “scaffold law” may be the most misunderstood, or at least most mischaracterized, section of New York State statute. And based on your September 24 editorial, “An attack on worker safety,” the Times Union editorial board has never read […]
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 […]
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced his resignation Tuesday night just hours after a bombshell story published by the New Yorker in which four women accused the 63-year-old AG of physical abuse. While Schneiderman initially denied the assault charges and described the incidents as within the confines of consensual sexual activity, pressure to resign […]
On Friday, Gov. Cuomo announced legislation that would prohibit the leasing of lands, including underwater lands, for offshore drilling, exploration or infrastructure such as pipelines in state waters. The proposal is in response to the Trump Administration’s plan to expand offshore oil and gas exploration. While we’re not sure whether anyone is interested i […]
Five Republican State Senators announced in recent weeks that they will not run for re-election this fall. The Senate GOP will be defending their one-vote majority in the Senate, which they have because Democratic Senator Simcha Felder caucuses with them. State Senator Tom Croci (R-Suffolk County) announced that he will not run for re-election this […]
Last Wednesday, the Senate approved its Jobs and Opportunity Agenda, a package of tax, regulatory, and economic development reforms “that will help make New York more competitive and foster job growth at a time when the state’s private sector faces widespread obstacles to success.” Items from the Jobs and Opportunity Agenda include: a small business […] […]
Last Tuesday, the newly-reunified Senate Democratic Conference held its first press conference at which they called for Senate action on a package of bills making it easier to vote. They noted that New York ranks just 41st in the nation in terms of voter turnout. The bills the Democrats are pushing include: establishing early voting […]
Last Monday, Gov. Cuomo announced legislation that would ban all single-use, plastic carryout bags at any point of sale in the state. The bill exempts garment bags, trash bags and any bags used to wrap or contain certain foods, such as fruits and sliced meats. The ban would go into effect on January 1, 2019, […]
Among the many nightmare scenarios imagined in advance of the April 2019 shutdown of the L line's East River tunnel, one that looms large is the risk of turning the already-congested 14th Street... To view the full story, click the title link.
In the near future, New York is likely to have no alternative but to legalize sports gambling and recreational use of marijuana. Whatever the social consequences, the moves will provide a nice boost... To view the full story, click the title link.
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Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. and Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's Kingdom Holding Co., the investors trying to buy the historic Plaza Hotel, sued the property's majority owner for allegedly reneging... To view the full story, click the title link.
JetBlue Airways Corp. is promoting Joanna Geraghty to president, tasking her with running day-to-day operations while freeing up Chief Executive Robin Hayes to focus on long-term planning. Geraghty,... To view the full story, click the title link.
Lloyd Blankfein will probably step down as Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s chief executive in December, The New York Times reported, citing people familiar with the firm's plans. David Solomon, who was... To view the full story, click the title link.
New York, NY–May 7th… The allegations of years of physical and mental abuse of multiple women by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman are deeply dark and disturbing. These accounts from the brave women who stepped forward to tell their horrific experiences must be treated seriously, with the gravity they deserve. It’s clear Mr. Schneiderman has no […] The post […]
How Can She be in Touch With New Yorkers When She Spends All Her Time With Washington Elites? New York, NY–May 1st…While Senator Gillibrand was “spotted” this weekend taking the new “it” spin class among Washington D.C. elites, U.S. Senate candidate Chele Farley was in New York traveling around the state talking to voters about […] The post Senator Gillibran […]
“First Governor Cuomo lets cop-killer Herman Bell go free on parole, now he’s adding insult to injury with an outrageous power grab that gives paroled felons the right to vote. Cuomo’s actions are purely political, designed to appeal to radical primary voters and satisfy his presidential ambitions. Meanwhile, New Yorkers continue to suffer under his […] The […]
April 25, 2018–“Last week, Republicans had great victories in New York State Assembly races across the state. Congratulations to Doug Smith in Assembly District 5, John Mikulin in Assembly District 17, Chris Tague in Assembly District 102 and Jack Ashby in Assembly District 107. These candidates ran on their vision to turn New York State […] The post Stateme […]
Cuomo Continues to Stand With Senate Candidate After Damning Revelations She Covered Up Sexual Harassment New York–April 15th…Confirming an ongoing pattern of choosing his political ambitions over doing what’s right, Governor Cuomo is once again exposed as a hypocrite when it comes to protecting women in the workplace. He is set to attend a […] The post On […]
NYGOP Calls on Governor Cuomo to Take a Stand Against Harassment in the Capital and Rescind Endorsement Case Comparable to Recently Resigned Congresswoman Elizabeth Etsy New York–April 13th…The stunning revelations in today’s Daily News that New York Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer, the current candidate for the 37th state senate district, ignored and covered up […]
ICYMI: Pledging to fix the state pension system and put an end to taxpayer-funded sexual harassment settlements for Albany politicians, public finance expert Jonathan Trichter announced his campaign for state comptroller today. You can view his website or check out his announcement video here! Trichter Launches Bid For Comptroller From the Morning Memo: Ca […]
Chairman Cox: “If Governor Cuomo is as dedicated to ‘New York Values’ as he says he is, he must also ask for her resignation.” New York–April 5th…The NYGOP called on Assemblywoman Diane Richardson to resign her seat in the wake of racist, anti-Semitic comments made at a community board meeting this week, and challenged Governor […] The post NY GOP Calls on A […]
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 … Read More →
It’s rather obvious to anyone paying even a farthing’s worth of attention that President Trump’s agenda is being threatened by a pernicious gang of Obama holdovers who are hell-bent on destroying his Administration from within. The Trump Ship of State is taking on water faster than the … Read More →
Barak Obama is forming an anarchist Army to take down the Trump Administration. The Conservative Party will do all we can to counter any and all attempts to take down our Government and replace it with a Shadow Government run by Dictator Barak Obama. Donate now as … Read More →
The *Conservative Party* fully supports President Trump’s Executive Order that imposed a temporary ban on immigrants from the seven identified countries. This reasonable and Constitutional delay will allow America’s law enforcement and intel agencies to review the vetting process which can help protect the United States … Read More →
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 →