Wednesday, November 9, 2022

The Outcome of Race for Governor of New York

Many things may be said about this year’s election. In the whole country, everyone was running for one position or another. In New York, the battle to win the position of governor was fought between incumbent Kathy Hochul, and challenger Lee Zeldin. In the end

Sunday, October 16, 2022

The Case for Maximum Age for Politicians

Since the inception of the United States Constitution, along with state and local laws, rules have been established regarding the minimum age for political office. From Mayor, to Governor, to Senator, aspiring politicians have been required to

Sunday, August 14, 2022

Mar-a-Lago Raid: Trump is Guilty of...Something

Of course, the latest headlines all over the world are talking about the FBI raid that was conducted on Former-President Donald Trump’s Florida compound. Armed with

Sunday, July 24, 2022

Bad Parking and Less Space – Thank You, NYC!

We have, all, seen this phenomenon: if only that car would have been parked just a few inches forward, or backwards, then one of us could have been able to squeeze our vehicle in. But, no! Some selfish

Thursday, July 21, 2022

Bodega Worker Free: Murder Charges Dropped

Bodega Worker Free: Murder Charges Dropped

In a case that demonstrates that the voice of reason will prevail (eventually), Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg has dropped the murder charge against an innocent bodega worker who was just serving the public