The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 55: A Service Considered Essential, Banning Recreation at Recess, and Name That Quote!
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. Of all the services that the government performs, which ones are considered “essential”? Which ones
Hardcore antiwar Left attempts to hijack public anger at @barackobama over #shutdown.
You might have noticed last night the groundwork for a future attempt (probably later today) to incite outrage about war veterans getting arrested at a Vietnam Veterans memorial. Turns out
Tech at Night: Is Obama violating Net Neutrality during the Shutdown? Michael O’Rielly is using no ‘code words’
Still not a lot going on thanks to the shutdown, but there is the theory being floated that the Obama administration’s punitive shutdown policies are violating Net Neutrality rules. I
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Martha Robertson (D CAND, New York-23) to accept fundraiser from child molester.
You would think that Do not accept political favors from somebody who once molested a kid would be one of those basic Rules Of Life. You know: the sort of
Sean Eldridge (D CAND, NY-19 PRI) not really showing moral courage on #Syria.
I mean. Politicians are going to have to pick a side, here. Sean Eldridge, the soon-to-be Democratic congressional candidate and husband of New Republic owner Chris Hughes, is staying silent
Prevailing Wage Theory and NYC
The recent ruling in finding NYC’s prevailing wage unconstitutional was the correct decision. Bloomberg understands the fundamental economic premise regarding paying a wage what the market dictates the worker is
Tech at Night: The Grand Return
So I’ve been gone a while. Sorry about that. After Summer Games Done Quick and the Redstate Gathering, I was supposed to be back in action. But a case of
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#NRCC aggressively swinging in NY-19 race.
This is what you see when you go to http://seaneldridgeforcongress2014.com/ (Sean Eldridge being the Democratic elitist carpetbagger trying to beat sitting Congressman Chris Gibson): (more…)
Mayor Bloomberg Tells New York City to Take the Stairs
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has become the face of nanny state politics during his tenure. Whether it be his unsuccessful bid to ban sodas he deemed to big, or his
You thought that the Weiner-Spitzer thing couldn’t get any funnier, didn’t you?
I mean, how could it? Anthony Weiner is running for NYC Mayor. Anthony Weiner has an excellent chance of getting the Democratic nomination for NYC Mayor. Anthony Weiner thus has
Abortion Expansion Dies In New York
The last week of the New York State Legislature is a flurry of activity as hundreds of bills are passed each day with marathon days starting at 9 or 10
2014 Gubernatorial Races: An Early Take, part 7
There are three races in the Middle Atlantic states in 2014- Maryland, Pennsylvania and New York. In Maryland, a reliably blue state of late in statewide races, incumbent Democrat Martin
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been crisscrossing Upstate New York pitching his latest idea for an economic recovery. That plan is Tax-Free NY, which would provide businesses north of Westchester County,
I Want A #MayorWeiner In #NewYork City
(Updated: Yes, I support the Weiner/Spritzer ticket. Why do you ask?) Come, I will hide nothing from you: I want to see Anthony Weiner elected Mayor of New York City.
Revolutionary War Era Flag Deemed Offensive In New York
New Rochelle, New York, city council member Jared R. Rice(D) thinks that the Gadsden flag, also known as the “Don’t Tread On Me” flag, is offensive. So earlier this month