Wednesday, May 1, 2013

According to Jay Carney "Benghazi happened a long time ago".  Is that really the message he wants to send to the loved ones of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone S. Woods?  Between his statement, and Hilliary Clinton's "What difference does it make", the families of these murdered patriots must be reeling at the indifference of our leaders and knowing the mastermind is walking free in Libya.

No one wants to see America engaged in another war, especially in Syria, it is not our fight, but the using of chemical weapons cannot be tolerated, the question is who and when will something be done.  You can bet you last dollar that if Israel had used a chemical weapon, the United Nations would be  howling for solutions.

The headline says it all:  Little unity on ending corruption. Of course there is no unity; the AG wants more power and the Governor blames a piece of paper, neither one is addressing the core issue of corruption; greed and power.  As we have stated many times, term limits would be a good first step, but you won't or see either of them support that.  In the proposed Public Trust Act, the Governor calls for a misdemeanor if they fail to report a bribe, how about they lose their pension if guilty.

Comptroller John Liu, running for Mayor in NYC and not a stranger to controversy, is open to sheik's soccer investment.  Liu likes his (the sheik's) deep pockets.

Senator Dean Skelos says it again:  Abortion law changes completely off the table!  Call and let him know you support him and encourage him to stand strong.  IN Albany 518-455-3171 or in his district 516-766-8383.   Here is a great editorial in the Long Island Catholic that calls out the Governor on his proposed radical expansion of abortion here in New York State.

Thomas Sowell wants to know Is Think Obsolete?

Wednesday's with Walter E. Williams

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