The State of New York

Bill de Blasio Appoints a Radical Activist to Grow New York City’s Welfare Agency

April 19, 2014
By
Steven Banks

Sandinista Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, will reverse welfare reform and start handing out the checks to anyone who claims need. He has appointed another extremist┬áto serve as welfare commissioner. Stephen Banks, the head of the Legal Aid Society, has been given the job after spending twenty-five years suing the city over…

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New York Can Tax Estates of Some Millionaires at a rate of 164%

April 12, 2014
By
Unknown

If you are a millionaire in New York, you have an incentive to stay alive and move! Some millionaires will have their estates taxed at a rate of 164% on portions of their estate. It was meant to reduce the tax rate and for some, it does. It’s not as bad as it sounds. They’re…

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New York and 19 Other States Give Pensions to Private Lobbyists

April 5, 2014
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PENSION BOMB

  In the irony of all ironies, New York State has – for decades – awarded pensions to private lobbyists who lobby against out-of-control pensions. According to Assemblyman Sean Ryan (D-Buffalo), “There is the ultimate irony here. In particular with NYSAC (New York State Association of Counties)), they lobby on pensions, unfunded government mandates and…

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It Pays to Be a Rat, Just Ask George Demos

April 1, 2014
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George Demos and Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani is appearing in ads promoting George Demos for Congress in which he says that we shouldn’t believe those negative comments made about George Demos. Which ones should we not believe? The one about him betraying a whistleblower he was supposed to protect? That’s a fact, so we have to believe that one. Though…

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Police State Housing Enforcement Comes to Long Island

March 31, 2014
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Westbury-housing

Some Americans are now willing to give up rights over their own homes in order to get rid of some illegal tenants in their neighborhood. Westbury, where I lived for two decades, has gone over to the dark side. The “Housing Enforcement Unit” will inspect houses without notice. Landlords will be targeted thanks to modified…

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Bring It On: New York Parents and Teachers Rally to Opt Out of Common Core Testing

March 30, 2014
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NYS rally

  Update: 04/05/14: over 10,000 school children opted out in New York State with a little more than half the districts reporting. This is like nothing we have ever seen before in this country and especially New York. The battle in New York is uphill with Andrew Cuomo having taken millions for his campaign from…

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New York Voted to Corrupt the Electoral College with the National Popular Vote Compact

March 28, 2014
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death-of-the-republic_2d606df9c5472def78acb9f023e02e48

In a jaw-dropping case of ignorance and misguided intentions, the New York State legislature has passed the National Popular Vote Compact (NPVC or NPV) which Gov. Andrew Cuomo will gladly sign. The NPVC or NPV is a brainchild of George Soros’ son Jonathan. What could possibly go wrong with that? New York might see some…

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Time Is Running Out: Common Core Must Go – Completely

March 11, 2014
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Time Is Running Out: Common Core Must Go – Completely

Common Core must be abolished and it cannot be reworked and the reason is this: by accepting Common Core, states have agreed to relinquish their authority to the federal government. They have handed over control of the content of curricula to the government and the government is irrevocably in bed with the publishing companies. The…

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Mr. Zeldin Goes to CPAC

March 8, 2014
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Mr. Zeldin Goes to CPAC

Rick Santorum and Lee Zeldin at CPAC The Long Island contingent at CPAC wasn’t large, yet the applause greeting State Senator Lee Zeldin Saturday was impressive because people from around the country were taken by his message. He is sincere and he means what he said. Zeldin is running for Congress in Long Island’s Suffolk…

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George Demos’ Pay-for-Endorsement Scheme Nets Giuliani

March 8, 2014
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George Demos’ Pay-for-Endorsement Scheme Nets Giuliani

Is George Demos paying for his endorsements? Demos received two endorsements, not from the Republican Party, but from two liberal Republicans – George Pataki and Rudy Giuliani. Pataki and Giuliani are indistinquishably intertwined with the owners of the consulting firm hired by George Demos who is a congressional candidate in CD-1 on Long Island. This…

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