Monthly Archives: February 2018

D.C.’s Graduation-Rate Scandal

Same problem here at the Buffalo Public Schools!  So much corruption.. and little chance anything will change with the Paladin Carl Paladino held back from holding them accountable. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters President Barack Obama greets students after speaking about education during … Continue reading

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Janus case high stakes for public employee unions

By Ken Girardin, Commentary Published 6:05 pm, Thursday, February 22, 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday in Janus v. AFSCME, a constitutional challenge to the dues-like union fees many state and local government workers must now pay. The … Continue reading

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Cuomo’s Abortion Expansion – from NY Families

Greetings! It’s budget time in Albany, but Governor Andrew Cuomo has more than just state finances on his brain. The Governor has littered his 2019 budget proposal with left-wing priorities that have little or no fiscal impact. Those priorities include: An emergency … Continue reading

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Time for Anger and Outrage

THE RIGHT SIDE BY BUDD SCHROEDER February 14, 2018 TIME FOR ANGER AND OUTRAGE This is going to be an interesting year regarding the state elections.  Every Assembly and Senate seat is up for grabs and traditionally, the reelection rate … Continue reading

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FBI & Justice Staging a Coup

It all adds up to the FBI and Justice being part of a coup against the American people’s choice for resident. You can’t make this stuff up. In March 2016 Carter Page Was an FBI Employee – In October 2016 … Continue reading

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Trump Starts Year Two In a Far Better Position Than Democrats Imagined

By CONRAD BLACK, Special to the Sun | February 6, 2018 Donald Trump’s critics never imagined that more than a year into his presidency, his approval rating would be rising and just under 50%, the economy would be cranking up … Continue reading

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