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Why We Need Tim Cochrane

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Let’s be honest. Did you hear anything about Monday’s Brooklyn Republican Party convention? Doubt it. After all, it was a complete sham. In fact, it didn’t even merit attention because for the last 6 years, current party chair, Craig Eaton, and his cadre of sycophantic cronies have rendered the Republican brand in Brooklyn utterly meaningless. […]

Can our economy thrive when “Liberty” is not for all?

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Melissa Erwin and Jennie McCarthy wanted to get married at Liberty Ridge Farm in upstate New York. The owners of Liberty Ridge Farm explicitly refused to allow the couple to rent out the farm because they were two women getting married. If we permit discriminatory business practices based on non-business-related criteria (read: the ability to pay or perform contractual obligations), we strangle the economy and we hurt American jobs.

How Technology Could Help Save Afghanistan From The Taliban

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Given the timing, I was expecting the usual “look how wonderfully high-tech the Obama administration is” kind of promotion at Monday night’s NY Tech Meetup, when United States Chief Technology Officer Todd Park presented on some of the projects sponsored by the Federal government’s Office of Science and Technology. However, as a Republican who’s staunchly […]

Bridging the Gap

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Tonight, as is the case every two years, members of the Kings County Republican County Committee will meet at the Grand Prospect Hall in Brooklyn’s Windsor Terrace to decide whether the party’s status quo will continue to reign or if the party will take a turn for the better. Now, if the actions of the […]