Friday, April 19, 2013

Weekly Wrap-Up

Our prayers have gone out this week to people in Boston and Texas suffering such terror and tragedy – and we continue to keep them in our thoughts.

Now on to the issues...

The New York Post gives us one sentence that perfectly sums up the President’s so-called leadership: “Obama has a hard time believing there can be honest disagreement with him.”

That Post article – and this one from The Washington Times – explains how this week's Senate vote was a tough loss for Obama, but a much-needed win for the Second Amendment.

The Second Amendment survives for now, but Obama’s fake pleas for “civility” are over and done with.

“Mayor Bloomberg may be beyond calming, a man who obviously needs more than 16 ounces of something stronger than a Slurpee to get a grip on himself,” says the Times, and here is more on the Mayor’s temper tantrum.

Mayor Bloomberg is now talking about taking this battle to the states, and swaying the 2014 election in the so-called “red states.”  Any ideas on what his next step will be? We have a few – vote for your favorite in our new Weekly Poll.

The Washington Times wonders why Congress is moving so fast on immigration reform – and as New Yorkers, we’ve seen firsthand the perils of ramming through legislation that hasn’t been fully vetted.

National Review explains how this amnesty proposal is just more of the same...

... and according to Rich Lowry, Chuck Schumer has done afine job of duping Marco Rubio.

Check back next week for more updates to the blog – and make sure to sign up here for our emails that will keep you up-to-date on the latest Conservative Party news.

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