Monday, September 10, 2012

 The Heritage Foundation opines on the Chicago teachers strike and the latest from Chicago Tribune.

Our US Senate candidate, Wendy Long, traveling around the state, discusses state issues in Oneida.   And in case you missed the Albany Times Union article, click here.  More here, if you are a Newsday subscriber.

The NY Sun:  Government becomes citizenship in Obama's new language of politics.

The NY Post weighs in on President Obama and Jobs, Jobs, Jobs.
According to the NY Daily News, Assemblyman Vito Lopez can be removed from office now.  Not everyone believes that he can be removed without a criminal conviction.  Will he go from Assembly to City Council?  (Personally, I can not understand how anyone could ever vote for him for any position.)  AG Schneiderman and Comptroller DiNapoli play down their role in the settlement.   More problems for Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera.

Rest in peace, Ethics Commission.  (This is ongoing news developing throughout today, will have more on the situation tomorrow.)  This from the NY Post on JCOPE.

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