Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The tide is turning in New York State. The voters spoke in large numbers for a special election, the turnout was higher than in the past. Almost 10% in Nassau and Suffolk, 13% in Westchester, a seat held by democrats for 17 years and 6% in Queens. The Conservative voice is being heard. Thank you!

Anytime you think one vote does not count, remember the difference since Scott Brown was elected in Massachusetts. Again, the tide turns.

Chilling words from the UK in a report titled "The Oil Crunch -- A Wake Up Call for the Economy".

And E. J. McMahon warns of the fiscal problems the MTA is causing New Yorkers.

Is the "new" jobs bill a replay of a failed Carter idea?

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