April 15, 2018
By SNOR Did you know that some New Jersey municipalities can require a Municipal Court appearance for an unlicensed dog? “The owners of all dogs seven months of age or older are required to annually apply to the licensing clerk of the municipality in which he or she resides for a dog license. In order for the license to be issued, the owner must present proof that a licensed veterinarian has vaccinated the dog against rabies and that the duration of immunity from that vaccination extends through at least ten months of the twelve-month licensing period.
April 1, 2016
By STANLEY JORDAN Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that his administration is raising the minimum wage for state workers to $15 an hour. To date, no other state has enacted a $15 public sector minimum wage.
February 19, 2019
By TEMPLE LI The disarray within the Democrat party is highlighted in Amazon’s recent pulling out of their plans for a second headquarters in Long Island City. The short-sightedness of the socialist left politicians has resulted in the loss of long-term net revenue benefits of approximately $24.3 billion and 25,000 to 40,000 new jobs over a 25-year to longer period.
WHY CONSERVATIVES ARE PATRONIZING THE ARTS AND MEDIA DIRECTLY AND SKIPPING LIBERAL HOLLYWOOD–AND NEED TO DO IT MORE
February 26, 2019
By ROBERT ROMANO Hollywood and other aspects of the entertainment industry including music and publishing tend to be very liberal institutions, it’s no mystery, and a lot of the content it produces often reflects that. Sometimes the messages are subtle and sometimes they are in your face full-blown social justice advocacy, and yet if one considers the broader market, liberals only make up a plurality of the total audience. Politically, the U.
April 13, 2016
By JASON GREENBERG On Saturday, April 6, 2016, Assemblyman Ron Kim (Chair, Task Force on New Americans) joined Assemblyman Jim Brennan (Chair, Corporations, Authorities, and Commissions Committee) and Assemblyman Robert Rodriguez (Chair, Subcommittee on Infrastructure) in requesting a long-term solution to the outdated transportation infrastructure in Downtown Flushing. Assemblyman Kim will join his colleagues in launching a series of roundtable and oversight hearings, starting April 30, 2016 at the Queens Library, to address the congestion, overcrowding, and unsafe conditions in Downtown Flushing. “For more than ten years, my predecessors in local government and I have asked the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to take a serious look at improving the conditions of Downtown Flushing,” stated Assemblyman Ron Kim.
April 13, 2016
By JASON GREENBERG U.S. Senator Charles E.