Thursday, May 3, 2012

In case you missed this, US Senate candidate, Wendy Long, says no bending on taxes. LI still has its poll on your choice for US Senate up, if you haven't voted yet, please do so now.

You don't need a crystal ball to know how New York's Senators will vote on this manifestly unfair piece of legislation, all the more reason to elect Wendy Long!

NY's Court of Appeals upholds the 63rd Senate Seat.

Kudos to Texas, alas New York is 49th, only ahead of California in this year's list of best places to do business.

Be prepared to pay more and have less people working if the Governor and the Legislature force businesses to pay a higher minimum wage. More on why raising the minimum wage is bad business from Assembly Republican Leader Brian Kolb.

Can the USPS be fixed? Heritage Foundation explains it can be, if government gets out of the way.

E. J. McMahon explains that the biggest cost in education is state mandates. Education is not the only area where state mandates are a problem, this article explains what happens when government mandates that localities provide a service and doesn't pay for it and what can be done....Constituents must speak out.

The Ninth Circuit Court gets a case right. The ultra liberal court actually dismissed Jose Padilla's civil law suit but not without a swipe at John Yoo.

But will HHS Secretary Sebelius listen?

Freddie Mac back for more of your money....this, unfortunately, they will listen to.

Which would you prefer: Australia or America's retirement system?

Have car, will travel (as long as you work for the government).

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