Mayor Bill de Blasio Delivers Speech on Vision and Plan to Combat Homelessness. Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies 40 Broad Street Manhattan NY
Police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash that left one person dead late Thursday night on the LIE ( Long Island Expressway).
ollie Fullington, a spokeswoman for GOP mayoral candidate Paul Massey, slammed de Blasio for his leisurely schedule.
“New Yorkers need a mayor who will focus on sensible policies and excellent service for its residents, not someone who is distracted by a record number of criminal investigations, and who may even have a pay-to-play deal with his law firm,” she said. nypost.com Video CBS New York
De Blasio Wasted $102 million in 2016 to Not Fix Homeless Issue
It was announced today that the mayor spent $102 million on hotel rooms for the homeless in year 2016 — a ridiculous practice started under de Blasio. Simply shoving the homeless into these hotel rooms is not a solution and does NOTHING to address the mental health issues they may have.
I’ve already identified common sense and practical measures to address the homeless crisis in NYC – this involves providing shelter in properties that the city is currently paying utilities on and providing for the best mental health counselors that NYC has to offer. Real solutions that address the mental health needs of this population and provides for the immediate shelter they deserve.”
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Fire officials say two people suffered minor injuries in an early morning fire that damaged three buildings near Times Square.
More than 200 firefighters responded to the 3-alarm fire, which began around 4:47 a.m. at an 11-story building on 48th Street and 7th Avenue. The fire has since been brought under control.
The “world expert” on Hitler claims that President Trump is using Mein Kampf as a “playbook.” Ron Rosenbaum wrote an article for the Los Angeles Times book review titled Explaining Hitler: The Search for the Origins of His Evil, where he details his nonsense. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story. Mark Dice
The information war is intensifying! InfoWars reporter Millie Weaver covers recent attempts by the MSM to shutdown InfoWars and the Pro-Trump movement. What the solution ? Don’t watch TV … The Alex Jones video
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden (Kingdom of Sweden), encompasses 14 islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago.
I’ll be taking a trip to Stockholm this weekend. The Swan of Tuonela video
Rioting in Rinkeby, Stockholm last night. Here’s some info on the riot, immigrant crime in Sweden and how my friend had to run from threatening muslim men. What connection with Donald Trump ? Fake news ?
the three big Tri-State Area airports could soon face an access fee…. it is another airport fee of $4 that travelers riding in any type of for-hire vehicle would have to pay. cbslocal.com
Donald Trump – open border or what ?Sweden open doors. Horowitz; absolute crime surge after policy. Host of ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ reacts to president referencing story from his show
After one month in office, President Donald J. Trump is already achieving results for the American people.
Jump starting Job Creation: President Trump is looking out for American workers that Washington has left behind.
Signed a Presidential Memorandum ordering the United States to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations and agreement
Hosted the CEO of Intel to announce Intel’s plan to invest $7 billion in a United States factory that will create 10,000 American jobs
Signed a Presidential Memorandum to clear roadblocks to construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline Signed a Presidential Memorandum declaring that the Dakota Access Pipeline serves the national interest and initiating the process to complete construction
Signed a Presidential Memorandum ordering that all new pipeline construction and repair work use materials and equipment from the United States
Signed legislation, House Joint Resolution 38, to block the burdensome Stream Protection Rule from causing further harm to the coal industry
Signed legislation, House Joint Resolution 41, to eliminate a costly regulation that threatened to put domestic extraction companies and their employees at an unfair disadvantage
Saving Taxpayers Money: President Trump is fighting to save Americans’ hard-earned tax dollars.
Saved Americans $700 million on a new batch of F-35 fighters
Capped the cost of Boeing’s next-generation Air Force One fleet at millions below that which was agreed to by the Obama administration
more at whitehouse.gov
Is Donald Trump a Fascist? – Ross Douthat DEC. 3, 2015
The Republican establishment, that lumbering beast, still can’t decide on how and whether and when to go after Donald J. Trump. But last week a few Republican insiders floated an accusation that you usually hear liberals sling against the right: That the real estate magnate turned populist is actually a fascist….
… Writing for Slate last week, Jamelle Bouie argued that Trumpism, however ideologically inchoate, manifests at least seven of the hallmarks of fascism identified by the Italian polymath Umberto Eco….
… Whether or not we want to call Trump a fascist outright, then, it seems fair to say that he’s closer to the “proto-fascist” zone on the political spectrum than either the average American conservative or his recent predecessors in right-wing populism…..
Donald Trump’s Alt-Reality
Since Election Day there has been an abundance of liberal hyperbole about the dangers of a Trump administration.
Michael Kinsley wrote in the Washington Post that “Donald Trump is Actually a Fascist.” Jonathan Chait warned in New York magazine of “the step-by-step acceptance of the unthinkable as normal.” Masha Gessen, a Russian journalist known for her opposition to Vladimir Putin who is also a colleague, primed Americans on what to expect from a Trump administration in an essay in The New York Review of Books: “Autocracy: Rules for Survival.”
His mother’s dream is Cesar Vargas’s American story. “She risked everything to give me a better life,” he said.
He is 33 years old now, but was just 5 when he crossed from Mexico to the United States with his mother, Teresa. Cesar’s father had just died. Opportunities for the family in the city of Puebla were scarce. So she decided to cross to join her other children already in the U.S. They moved to New York as undocumented immigrants. Teresa worked odd jobs. Cesar studied and eventually went to law school.
“If she can cross and put her life in danger, being at risk of being raped, killed, I can be an attorney,” he said, After passing the bar and a 4-year legal fight, he won a court battle becoming the first openly undocumented lawyer in the Empire State….. What is it ?
President Donald Trump has been using a little-known law, the Congressional Review Act, to wipe away rules and regulations finalized in the last months of the Obama administration.
Political stars don’t always align for this rarely used rule to be effective. But right now, with Republicans in control of both the White House and Congress, the Trump administration is moving quickly to dismantle some core environmental protections put in place by President Obama…
The CRA (Congressional Review Act) gives lawmakers the ability to quickly push bills through and reverse recent regulations by the previous administration with a simple majority, avoiding the possibility of a filibuster.
A slew of economic data came out this week. Almost all of it was positive. Americans are still going to stores and spending big (retail sales came in better than expected for January). They’re also buying houses. And cars. And using their credit cards.
On top of that, small and medium-sized business owners are giddy. The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index is at its highest level since 2004. The Alex Jones video