Republicans had high hopes heading into Tuesday night. While it was widely expected Republicans would easily carry the open 23rd CD a tightly contested battle was being fought in the 19th. Now, the usual caveats are in order here. First, … Continue reading NY 19 Is A Wake – Up Call To Republicans
The American League Championship Series opened Saturday with the New York Yankees going up against the Houston Astros. The game resulted in the utter annihilation of the Astros, the game ending with a score of 7-0. This inaugural game of … Continue reading Yankees Start ALCS Strong; Astros Take Lead
San Francisco and New York are seeking billion dollar damages from oil companies for their role in climate change and it seems other liberal enclaves want to get in on the act. Boulder, CO, is now getting in on the … Continue reading Who Is Responsible For Climate Change? The Oil Companies Of Course
Right now, everything seems to be going right for Team Blue. Legislative special elections are going their way (even if they don’t win), the President’s approval continues to slip, the ACA remains the law of the land and Republicans are … Continue reading Could Democrats Blow 2018? You Betcha!
Seattle is a mecca for progressive policies. The city that is home to a self-identified Socialist City Councilwoman and is openly toying with defying state law in establishing a local income tax on high earners ($200K in Seattle is not … Continue reading Seattle’s Cautionary Minimum Wage Tale
It has been less than a week since three ISIS fighters (I am refraining from calling them soldiers because I do not wish to taint the good name of real, honorable soldiers) decided to wreak havoc on the Southwark area in … Continue reading “Part and Parcel”: A City Girl’s Stance on Sadiq Khan’s View of City Life
The state of New York has given rise to a multitude of well-known politicians, the majority of whom are at least mildly embarrassing — Bill de Blasio, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Bratton, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Chuck Schumer, Al Sharpton, Donald … Continue reading The Guilty Weiner: Why the Left Should Be Harsher on Anthony Weiner
When I first saw that New York—my home state—had become the first state in the United States to offer free college tuition to State residents, I was sitting at my desk in my dorm room in Virginia, editing for the … Continue reading Cuomo’s Cage: The Cost of New York’s Excelsior Scholarship