New York State

NY Senate Advances Speech Suppression Bill Disguised As Anti-Bullying Legislation

by Steve MacDonald June 10, 2018

The New York State Senate, under cover of protecting under-eighteen year-olds from ‘cyberbullying’ have advanced a bill that presents the government with a far-reaching tool to silence a wide range of speech it decides has violated their law. I’ll let you explore Eugene Volokh’s examination of potential issues for speech suppression here, but I wanted […]

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New York Times Named After a City Named After a Slave-Trading Racist

by Steve MacDonald August 19, 2017

The list of things the Democrats and their thugs must insist we change (remove, destroy) because “slavery” (symbols of Hate!) grows by the day. This time it’s New York. The State, the City, and everything else that sounds similar. The Daily Caller reminded everyone that New York is named after the former Duke of York, James Stuart, who […]

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Media Lesson – Post “Racism” on Obscure Facebook Account First To Get Desired National Attention

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2014
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Given recent events in New Hampshire I am curious why the national media isn’t interested in this story about a Local Democrat reported on a Long Island news affiliate.  Three staffers overheard New York State Democrat legislator Ellen Birnbaum, say this…  “This is a bad neighborhood because African-Americans live there. Very few people would want […]

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New York State Senate Spending Taxpayer Dollars Wisely

by Steve MacDonald May 17, 2014
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The New York State Senate moved to name yogurt the state snack.  Jon Stewart covers this critical issue. The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive Heritage

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The Economic Populist for Congress in NY 21 ad-hoc Committee…

by Steve MacDonald February 11, 2014

Someone sent me a link to an ad on Craiglsist seeking a candidate to run in New York Congressional District 21.  The laundry list of qualifications and the  context in which they are presented are very amusing.  Let me just say that if Cynthia Chase would like to consider the job I’ll help raise money […]

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Yankees Get Masahiro Tanaka New York Government Gets $90 Million

by Steve MacDonald January 24, 2014

Tanaka was screwed no matter where he went but of the three cities he appeared to be considering New York will screw him the hardest. That $155 Million dollar 7 year deal with the Yankees is really only worth about $65 million after the State and city of New York get done with him. As […]

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Mario’s Motto

by Ed Naile January 19, 2014

After several decades of telling people what elite liberals and progressives are all about Governor Mario Cuomo makes my case for me. Cuomo is basically calling for “ethic cleansing” of “his” state.  If you don’t follow Mario Cuomo’s progressive agenda of preferential treatment for any sexual desire except traditional marriage between one man and one […]

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An Open Letter to Parents of Children Throughout New York State

by Steve MacDonald October 29, 2013
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When Common Core arrived many states and districts just accepted it and signed on, only to discover just how bad it really is.  Teachers, parents, and administrators got caught in a bind as they tried to make sense of what has turned out to be an impossible curriculum to teach or test. We had a […]

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NY State District Attorney Will Not Prosecute Cuomo’s Gun Laws

by Rick Olson June 4, 2013

“Where it is a duty to worship the sun it is pretty sure to be a crime to examine the laws of heat.”  — John Morley Two New York State troopers stopped Gregory Dean, a 31-year-old Dutchess County resident on Route 22 in New Lebanon for a broken license plate light. Three summonses were issued […]

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The Pushback Against Anti-Gun Legislation Continues

by Mike March 29, 2013

First, There’s the growing list of companies which won’t sell to state government or law enforcement, anything that the state’s citizens can’t legally buy. In that vein, meet Serbu Firearms, maker of bolt-action and semi-automatic .50 caliber sniper rifles, who have stated that they will not be selling their arms to the New York Police […]

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