The Donald was sworn in yesterday as President. The relief at getting rid of Obama and Hillary has worn off and the reality that Cheeto Jesus is now Commander in Chief has set in. I was not impressed with his inauguration speech. It was populism, not principle like Ronald Reagan’s. Nevertheless, now we’re going to […]
Sen. Jim Tedisco admits the obvious: “… Tedisco said he was impressed by what he described as the governor’s candor about their partisan differences. He recalled that someone in the room noted to Cuomo that he had campaigned against a few members of the chamber’s GOP conference in the most recent election cycle. “(Cuomo) said, […]
Newsday reports that Nassau Assemblyman Tom McKevitt has been elevated to the #2 slot in the Republican Assembly Conference: “… McKevitt has been named minority leader pro tempore, a title that not only makes him the No. 2 Republican in the chamber but also the guy who will lead the party in floor debates over […]
Addendum to my earlier post on the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, Congressman Richard Hudson has stated that his bill would apply to non-resident licenses: “… “My legislative intent is to ensure a non-resident carry permit is recognized, and I’ve confirmed this with legislative counsel and Judiciary Committee staff,” Hudson said. Many gun owners in states […]
State of Politics reports that Diane Savino will be a vice chairwoman of the Senate Codes Committee. Republican Andrew Lanza will be chairman. Not happy about this as this is where most gun bills originate. It’s been downhill for us since Dale Volker retired.
The Donald nominated Senator Jeff Sessions to be his Attorney General. NRA is pleased with the pick: “… This nomination sends a strong message to Second Amendment supporters that he is serious about protecting our constitutional freedoms …” Democrats will try to derail the nomination: “Democratic senators plan to aggressively target eight of Donald Trump’s […]
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