Friday, August 3, 2012

Weekly Wrap-Up

This week we saw the Tea Party once again flex its muscles...

And we saw the American people flock to Chick-Fil-A to take a stand for freedom of speech and religion. Did Christine Quinn and her fellow censors get the message?
As Deroy Murdock notes in National Review, Chick-Fil-A-gate “confirms the intolerance of the supposedly ‘open-minded’ American Left.”
The media decided from the outset that Mitt Romney’s overseas trip would be a disaster – so they reported that it was a disaster. Charles Krauthammer gives us the real story...
Today’s unemployment numbers confirm the utter failure of Obama-nomics: The unemployment rate continues to creep upward, and job creation is still tepid.  

John Podhoretz notes that even before these latest numbers, we’ve been getting ambushed on all sides by alarming economic data. He also recalls President Obama’s words from 2009: “If I don’t have this done in three years, then there’s going to be a one-term proposition.” Fair enough.

Wendy Long, the Conservative Party and Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, responded to the grim economic news with a list of five practical policy changes that would kick-start the economy. 

Which policy reform do you believe would be the most effective in creating jobs and prosperity? Vote today in our new Weekly Poll.

This is yet another example of how Wendy Long has serious, sensible ideas for a better New York... while Kirsten Gillibrand has book clubs.

I hope you have a good book to read this weekend, and that you’ll make it a great one!

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