Cuomo’s Abortion Expansion – from NY Families


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 contraception insurance mandate,
  • A study on the potential legalization of recreational marijuana,
  • A so-called “equal rights” amendment that could allow courts to read “transgender rights” into the New York State Constitution, and
  • A damaging bill that could subject churches and other institutions to frivolous lawsuits.

However, the worst proposal included by the Governor in his budget is his abortion expansion proposal. The Governor’s plan would allow for state-protected late-term abortions and remove safeguards for aborted infants that are born alive.Specifically, the Governor’s proposal would eliminate language providing that a viable infant born alive following an attempted abortion performed after 20 weeks’ gestation “shall be accorded immediate legal protection under the laws of the state of New York…” The proposal would also remove the requirement that a second physician be present at a late-term abortion to provide medical care in the event of a live birth. It is nothing short of infanticide.

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Time for Anger and Outrage

February 14, 2018


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 is more than 90 percent.  With the districts so gerrymandered, change usually has to come from primaries.  Also Governor Andrew Cuomo is also running and incumbency is usually a big edge.

However, New York has been facing a lot of bad publicity and the governor is in the middle of it.  It has been 96 years since an upstate candidate was elected to that office, and decades since the leadership in the Senate and Assembly came from west of the Big Apple.

This year there could be a change because of a couple of big issues.  The first one is the corruption trial going on where Cuomo’s close friend and confidante is being tried for bribery and other misdeeds.  The evidence is very believable and it must be a tough time for Joseph Percocco and the others who are being charged.

Cuomo ran his last election on the promise to clean up Albany and get rid of the corruption stigma.  After all, the national news puts New York in the upper echelons of states with corrupt government.  Strange that the former Speaker of the Assembly and Majority Leader in the Senate were convicted of corruption and sentenced.  However with a glitch in a judicial decision made in Virginia, the verdict was overturned and the two will be tried again later this year.

It is amazing what a good team of lawyers and a lot of money can do to redefine “justice.”  It also is interesting to see that when Democrats are involved in crimes and chicaneries they don’t seem to get as much press as Republicans do when they are misbehaving. Is it possible that there is bias in the news?

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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 FBI Told FISA Court He’s a Spy…

Posted on February 5, 2018 by sundanceIn 2013 Carter Page was working as an “under-cover employee” (UCE) of the FBI, helping them to build a case against “Evgeny Buryakov”.  In March 2016 Carter Page remained their informant pre-trial leading to a pleading of guilty from Buryakov.

[Note – Pay close attention to dates, names in descriptions amid all citations]

Sources:  ♦ In 2013 the U.S. Department of Justice, Southern District of New York, announced an indictment against a Russian Operative Evgeny Buryakov.  LINK HERE In March of 2016 Buryakov pleaded GUILTY:

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and John P. Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, announced that EVGENY BURYAKOV, a/k/a “Zhenya,” pled guilty today to conspiring to act in the United States as an agent of the Russian Federation, without providing prior notice to the Attorney General.

[…]  The FBI obtained the recordings after Sporyshev attempted to recruit an FBI undercover employee (“UCE-1”), who was posing as an analyst from a New York-based energy company. In response to requests from Sporyshev, UCE-1 provided Sporyshev with binders containing purported industry analysis written by UCE-1 and supporting documentation relating to UCE-1’s reports, as well as covertly placed recording devices.(more)

♦ In 2016 Reuters published an article, based on the ongoing court case, going into detail about court records and how the FBI built their case.  Reuters also describes the FBI UCE-1 (Under-Cover Employee) with strong detail.  LINK HERE


NEW YORK (Reuters) – The FBI eavesdropped on meetings involving Russian intelligence personnel in New York City, including a suspected spy posing as a trade representative, by hiding recorders in binders containing supposedly confidential information about the energy sector, U.S. prosecutors said.

The hours of covert recordings from 2013 were disclosed in papers filed in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday in the case of Evgeny Buryakov, a Russian citizen who U.S. prosecutors say posed as a banker while participating in a Cold War-style spy ring.

[…] According to prosecutors, in April 2012, Sporyshev met an undercover FBI employee posing as an analyst at a New York energy firmat an oil and gas industry conference.

Over the next two years, they met to discuss the industry and other economic and political issues, prosecutors said, with Sporyshev providing gifts and cash for information.

In 2013, the FBI employee began providing Sporyshev with the binderscontaining purported industry analysis he wrote, supporting documents, and “covertly placed recording devices,” prosecutors wrote.  (more)

♦ In April 2017, writing a story about Carter Page (trying to enhance/affirm the Russian narrative), the New York Times outlined Page’s connections to the Trump campaign.  However, New York Times also references Page’s prior connection to the Buryakov case. If you ignore the narrative, you discover the UCE1 description is Carter Page.  READ[Notice how the story is shaped] LINK HERE:

Russian intelligence operatives tried in 2013 to recruit an American businessman and eventual foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign who is now part of the F.B.I. investigation into Russia’s interference into the American election, according to federal court documents and a statement issued by the businessman.

The businessman, Carter Page, met with one of three Russians who were eventually charged with being undeclared officers with Russia’s foreign intelligence service, known as the S.V.R.

The F.B.I. interviewed Mr. Page in 2013 as part of an investigation into the spy ring, but decided that he had not known the man was a spy, and the bureau never accused Mr. Page of wrongdoing.

The court documents say that Mr. Page, who founded an investment company in New York called Global Energy Capital, provided documentsabout the energy business to one of the Russians. […] To record their conversations, the F.B.I. inserted a listening device into binders that were passed to the Russian intelligence operatives during an energy conference, according to a former United States intelligence official.  (more)

When you read The Times article (2017), against the backdrop of the Reuters article (2016), and the DOJ release (2016) it is transparently clear that Carter Page was the Under-Cover Employee (UCE1) of the FBI in the 2013 case.

Carter Page was working for the FBI.  Page was the “analyst from a New York-based energy company” who “began providing Sporyshev with the binders“.

However, in 2017 the New York Times, using information from “a former intelligence official“, conflates the FBI/Page Relationship.  Heck, the NY Times tries to entirely change the relationship between Carter Page and the FBI.


Likely because on October 21st 2016 the FBI claimed to a FISA Court; to gain a “Title I” surveillance warrant; that Carter Page was working on behalf of a foreign government.

(Full Memo pdf)

Carter Page was an FBI Under-Cover Employee in 2013, and remained the primary FBI witness through May of 2016 throughout the case.

If Carter Page was working as a UCE (FBI undercover employee), responsible for the bust of a high level Russian agent in 2013 -and remained a UCE- throughout the court caseUP TO May of 2016, how is it possible that on October 21st 2016 Carter Page is put under a FISA Title 1 surveillance warrant as an alleged Russian agent?

Conclusion:  He wasn’t.  The DOJ National Security Division and the FBI Counterintelligence Division, knew he wasn’t.  The DOJ-NSD and FBI  flat-out LIED.

Now, go back to the March 2016 DOJ Press Release of the guilty pleading for Evgeny Buryakov, announced from the New York office:

…”Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and John P. Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, announced”…

Because “FISA Title I” surveillance authority against a U.S. citizen is so serious (the U.S. government is essentially calling the target a spy), only a few people are authorized to even apply for such surveillance warrants.  One of the four people authorized to make such a filing is the Asst. Attorney General who is head of the National Security Division of the DOJ.  That person is John P Carlin.

The same John P Carlin who, together with the FBI counterintelligence unit, conscripted  Carter Page as an FBI Under-Cover Employee, gains a guilty plea, then turns around and six months later accuses Page of being a Russian Spy.

Why?  Likely because the DOJ-NSD and FBI CoIntel needed to find a legal way to spy on the Trump campaign. The 2016 FISA Title 1 surveillance of former FBI employee Carter Page became that legal way. [“The Insurance Policy”]

In October of 2016, at approximately the same time the DOJ was making the FISA Court filing against Page, and successfully gaining the surveillance warrant, Asst. Attorney General  John P Carlin resigns as head of the DOJ-NSD.    –SEE HERE–  Did Carlin resign in protest? or, did Carlin resign knowing he too had served a larger purpose?

The entire FISA Title I surveillance authority over Carter Page was cover, most likely retroactive cover, for the DOJ and FBI conducting surveillance on the Trump campaign.

The DOJ-National Security Division and FBI Counterintelligence Unit didn’t care about Page because to them he was a useful tool.  It wasn’t Page they needed, per se’, they just needed someone, anyone, who had contact with the Trump campaign that they could apply the label “foreign agent” upon.  The DOJ/FBI just needed someone they could position to gain the FISA “Title I” surveillance approval that would retroactively make all prior campaign surveillance legal.  Who Carter Page was simply checked the right boxes.

Page wasn’t a “plant”, or a “participant”, he was a useful body upon which they could attach a label to justify their surveillance and monitoring.  Nothing more.

Clear enough?

Carter Page testified to the House Intelligence Committee that DOJ-FBI officials leaked his identity, his role in the Buryakov case, to the media.  This is secondary and direct confirmation from Page himself that he was indeed the FBI UCE-1

(Source Link – Page. #19 House Intelligence Testimony pdf)



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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 to a 4% growth rate, North Korea would have quieted down temporarily, U.S. oil production would be rising sharply and imports steadily declining, ISIS dispersed, over $6 trillion added to Dow-Jones Industrial stock values (despite Monday’s slide), and the Clintons as well as Mr. Trump’s official investigators facing far more serious legal questions than he is.

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A New Year Message from Carl Paladino

Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year to everyone and your families. Please feel free to forward this…

After 14 months of glee over “what happened” to Hillary, her acolytes, the progressive movement, and the Obama feeders at the public trough, it may appear that America is out of the woods and on its way to a day when we can once again tell our children of a bright future if they follow the old rules that our parents taught us.

It may not be the end but only the beginning of the end.  We can’t be lulled into thinking that the ‘day of the bad guys’ is over. The enemy is still at the gate. We can’t let our guard down. We must continue to fight for for our values and beliefs.

Occasionally I pinch myself to ensure that what has happened over the past 14 months is real and not a dream.

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The Enemy Within

by Jul Thompson

I think there may be an enemy among us.  This entity might otherwise be a foreign invader or a nontoxic virus, but it appears to be neither foreign nor nontoxic.  I’ve identified a few characteristics and it is definitely a wolf in sheep’s clothing, a rebel with a misguided cause, and on occasion it behaves like the Pit Bull or Rottweiler, who after a lifetime of faithful service to his family, suddenly decides to lunch on the family toddler.

At times, it has the relatively harmless demeanor of your Great Aunt Millie who can never resist an opportunity to tell you how to live your life, but quickly becomes the guest who overstays her welcome. Knowing she is infected with illness, this is the one who shows up at your house and kisses your baby on the mouth. It’s the cute little Mouse in your House who, despite all your fastidious cleaning, you know is constantly creating little piles of shit behind the wall.

It’s the bully of the split personality disorder, the Devil on our Shoulder, the alien voices in your head, the unrelenting ugly soul who spews vitriol on your social media feeds. There are times it seems to become an inanimate object, a mirror that self-projects, a bad photograph that reveals all the bumps and ripples, or the Portrait of Dorian Gray, exhibiting the inward corruption of a once innocent soul.

As dangerous as this enemy this enemy within is though, I prefer to think of it as the Prodigal Son.

There are times you think you can jump in and fix it like you fix everything else,  business issues, raising the family and little crises that arise.  But you’ve been here before.  You’ve tried and it never seems to end well.  The invader turns into the monster flu virus, the wolf and the Pit/Rott bite.  Hard.

We know our purpose on Planet Earth is Love and to demonstrate the Love of Christ, but our best failed human sense tells us we’re wasting our time. That there’s no sense going on a mission of mercy when the victim that needs rescuing is also an Hostile.

To be continued…

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Year One List: 81 major Trump achievements, 11 Obama legacy items repealed


Year One List: 81 major Trump achievements, 11 Obama legacy items repealed

by Paul Bedard | Dec 21, 2017, 1:04 PM

With the passage of the GOP tax bill this week, the Trump administration has scored 81 major achievements in its first year, making good on campaign promises to provide significant tax cuts, boost U.S. energy production, and restore respect to the United States, according to the White House.

And along the way, President Trump even outdid his own expectations and slashed at least 11 major legacy items of former President Barack Obama, including cracking down on the open border, slowing recognition of communist Cuba and effectively killing Obamacare by ending the mandate that everyone has health insurance or face a tax.

According to the White House, the 81 accomplishments are in 12 major categories and include well over 100 other minor achievements.

The unofficial list helps to counter the impression in the mainstream media and among congressional Democrats that outside the approval of Supreme Court Neil Gorsuch and passage of the tax reform bill little was done.

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