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Food for Thought

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Food for Thought

This is something I'd like to share with all of you. I welcome any and all comments to my email address about your thoughts on the difference of chara...Read More

Blog, Blogging, Elections, Events, Featured, Foreign Policy, General, Liberty, Public Policy, Republicans, Ron Paul, Young Republicanism

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Gays Can’t Wed in New York, So a Politician Won’t Either

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Gays Can’t Wed in New York, So a Politician Won’t Either

Source: New York Times By Michael Barbaro Scott M. Stringer, the Manhattan borough president, buys his bagels at H&H, his groceries at Fairw...Read More

Featured, General, Manhattan, Public Policy

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On the Offensive Against Status Quo in Albany, Regina-Potter Says “Brooklyn’s Most UnWanted” is Peter Abbate

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On the Offensive Against Status Quo in Albany, Regina-Potter Says “Brooklyn’s Most UnWanted” is Peter Abbate

Source: Atlas Shrugs in Brooklyn. Threats have been made against her, a sitting GOP chairman has targeted her for political destruction, and she...Read More

Featured, Public Policy, State Assembly

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Thoughts on “Rally Against Socialized Healthcare”

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Many argue that since the 2008 Presidential Election, the Republican Party began its decline in American social legitimacy. What many politicians, tal...Read More

Academia, Bay Ridge, Blog, Economics, Liberty, Money, Public Policy, Taxes

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