Posts Tagged ‘ NY ’

Governor Cuomo Invited To Saturday’s Second Amendment Rally In Syracuse

March 22, 2013
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Governor Cuomo Invited To Saturday’s Second Amendment Rally In Syracuse

I had to laugh when I receive the press release about tomorrow’s Second Amendment rally at the Inner Harbor in Syracuse. Governor Cuomo is invited.  I think it’s safe to say he won’t be attending. PRESS RELEASE Syracuse Rally; Safe Act Opposition Growing Billed as a “Civic Duty Action”, a loosely organized grassroots group has…

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VA Will Not Comply With Reporting Requirements Of NY Gun Law

March 13, 2013
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VA Will Not Comply With Reporting Requirements Of NY Gun Law

The Veterans Administration said they will not comply with reporting requirements in New York’s SAFE Act that was rammed through the state legislature and signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo with no time for input from the public. The federal Department of Veterans Affairs said Monday its mental health professionals won’t comply with a…

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Thousands Turned Out For Albany Rally Against NY Gun Law - Updated With Video

March 1, 2013
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Thousands Turned Out For Albany Rally Against NY Gun Law – Updated With Video

Thousands of protesters turned out on Thursday to rally against the unconstitutional NY SAFE Act that was rammed through the NY state legislature and signed into law last month by Governor Andrew Cuomo. North Country Public Radio made sure to report the race and gender of the majority of the protesters. The several thousand mostly…

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Another Upstate New York Plant To Close

February 20, 2013
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Daikin McQuay, a manufacturer of HVAC systems, is closing the doors to its Auburn, NY plant next year. According to 9WSYR hundreds of employees will lose their jobs. Daikin McQuay is one of the largest employers in the city of Auburn. The company will be moving the Auburn operations to Tennessee. Don Winter, vice president…

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CNYers - Let Me Know If You See A 2004 Ford Missing These Parts

January 12, 2013
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Ford Grill

Some time in the middle of the night or early this morning someone drove through our fence and onto our lawn. Whoever it was left these parts behind.  If only the license plate had come off, too. The headlight casing is stamped with a December 2003 date, which most likely would make it a 2004 model.…

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Governor Cuomo’s Proposed Minimum Wage Hike Will Make Entry Level Jobs Disappear

January 11, 2013
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Cuomo

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to increase the minimum wage. He says that the numbers don’t add up - the cost of living is too high and wages are too low, as if nobody noticed the cost of living skyrocketing. The problem is, by raising the cost of doing business, fewer entry level jobs…

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Finally A NYC Politician Displays Some Sanity

January 3, 2013
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Rep. Peter King

Judging by the way some New York and New Jersey Republicans have been acting you’d think that Speaker John Boehner had agreed to raise taxes without any concession from the Democrats on spending. Oh wait. He did that. But that’s not what they’re mad about. They’re stark raving mad because he didn’t bring the Hurricane…

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OFA Email: Organizing For Tax Hikes

November 26, 2012
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Obama Halo

My evil stalking troll signed me up at Obama’s Organizing for America and I remain on their email list. OFA NY just sent me this one - they’re now organizing for tax hikes: Dear Ladies and Gentlemen: On election day, we gave President Obama a mandate to fight for the Middle Class. We sent a…

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MSNBC and CNN Pundit Arrested for Vandalizing Pro-Israel Ad and Spray Painting Woman Trying to Stop Her

September 26, 2012
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mona eltahawy

Mona Eltahawy is a progressive Egyptian-American pundit who is a frequent contributer on MSNBC and CNN. Yesterday she decided to take a can of pink spray paint and vandalize a pro-Israel ad on display at a New York subway stop. She was interrupted by a woman named Pamela Hall who repeatedly asked Eltahawy to stop…

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Moody’s Downgrades Outlook for City of Syracuse Over Bankruptcy Inquiries

September 20, 2012
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Stephanie Miner

Syracuse, NY Mayor Stephanie Minor recently made inquiries into the possibility of bankruptcy because the finances of the city are in ruins. She said she wasn’t considering bankruptcy, only exploring the possibility in the event city officials are unable to resolve the crisis. Moody’s has taken notice and wasn’t entirely convinced by her argument. In…

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Wendy Long for US Senate

June 24, 2012
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Wendy Long

There’s been so much else going on I haven’t given proper coverage to the Republican primary in New York for a candidate to run against Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. I was torn between Wendy Long and George Maragos, but after due consideration I’ve decided to vote for and endorse Wendy Long. Rep. Bob Turner recently said…

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House Democrats From New York Voted to Punish NYPD for Keeping NYC Citizens Safe

May 12, 2012
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NYPD

A note to my fellow New Yorkers: This is what you get when you vote for Democrats. They try to use their office to punish the New York Police Department for doing its job and keeping you safe. Lucky for you, there’s a Republican majority in the House and didn’t allow it to happen. More…

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Voter Fraud in Troy, NY

January 16, 2012
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Fox News is one of the few media outlets following the voter fraud that’s been rampant in Troy, NY, a suburb of Albany. Here’s the last video report documenting how absentee ballots were faked, and eight Democrats are under indictment. Of course, the Democrats deny any wrongdoing. One of the guests said it’s easy for…

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NY Public Employee Union Suing State Over 2% Increase to Health Premiums

December 30, 2011
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A public employee union in New York is suing the state over a measly 2% increase to health insurance contributions.  Unions representing state workers in New York have filed a federal lawsuit against the Cuomo administration challenging an increase in health insurance contributions for thousands of retirees. According to the unions, the unilateral change raised…

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