Wednesday, March 27, 2013

New York State anticipates collecting an additional $25 million from drivers who speed, wouldn't it be wonderful if drivers didn't give NYS one penny in speeding surcharges, let alone an additional $25M.  Oh, and its not only speeding surcharges set to be increased, texting and talking fines will also be increased.  So let's keep everyone safe and not give the the state any additional revenue.   Read what Chairman Long thinks of the budget about to be passed.   The NY Post editorial is not very impressed with the budget either.

Nicole Gelinas looks at London's mistakes and urges Governor Cuomo to change his business not welcome here attitude to one that encourages a Wall Street rebirth.

Former Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey explains what happens when states like New York and California  continue to make it difficult to create businesses and overtax the population.

Governor Cuomo, if you won't listen to us, why not take the advice of a fellow democrat Ed Rendell who supports the benefits of hydrofracking. 

We obviously do not agree with the Mayor on has "nanny state" ideals, but he is right on this.

The Heritage Foundation has an update on the UN's Arms Trade Treaty.

This is not good news however it is not surprising nor unexpected for those of us who believe in the free market.

Three years of broken promises.

Thanks, Jonah Goldberg, for reminding those to young to remember, Dan Quayle was right.  

Wednesday's with Walter E. Williams.

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