…A local pastor says his home has been vandalized three times since June — targeted because of his strong opposition to the mosque….Source: House of New Jersey pastor against proposed mosque is vandalized
The professional political douche-bag class redux: Get ready for 2020 ‘cuz here comes a NY limousine progressive fuck-tard with Daddy’s name name and no real skills or life experience, as well as yet ANOTHER semi-black dude from a privileged background and IVY league schools.
Little Lord Cuomo -his father’s shadow, walking around in shoes he knows that we know are too bog for him really – has like most progressive turds never had a real job. Went to private schools in Queens, then to Albany for a law degree. Daddy hired him as a campaign manager. Because dad was a good trooper for the Dem machine, Cuomo got slot as head of HUD under Clinton- in line with his communist and re-distributing temperament. Winds shifted in DC and he managed to become NYAG for a spell – yet another public “job”. Married into the progressive royalty of the Kennedy clan … THE Kennedy clan … but he probably ruined that. Lives now with a lady who wrote a cook book. He is READY to look out fo you though. Really.
Next up for you, Cory Obama Booker with his smooth stage visage, a warm spot for jews and lot of prog-feelings had – just like our Kenyan communist – used his negro-chic to waltz into Newark NJ (though he had no history or connections there) to make a political name for himself. Reminds of someone wh0 moved to Chappaqua just in time to become a NY Senator a while back, but the name escapes me.
I can’t wait to hit the ballot booth in 2020, i may just register D to cast my ballot.
President-elect Donald Trump has not yet even taken the oath of office, but two men from the NY-NJ are propelling themselves into the political arena as possible contenders in 2020. But, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) have both shown big ambitions. Both have taken bold and dramatic steps in recent days to ensure that their names are on the lips of Democrats looking for the next Democratic presidential contender.
Both Cuomo and Booker had opening gambits to get themselves national attention. Booker broke with tradition this week, and testified against a sitting U.S. senator — attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions. “The next attorney general must bring hope and healing to this country, and this demands a more courageous empathy than Senator Sessions’ record demonstrates,” Booker said.
And while Booker has not said straight out that he will be a candidate in 2020, there is a Facebook page called “Cory Booker for President in 2020.”
Meanwhile, Cuomo has been carrying his bridge to the national spotlight too. “We all heard the roar on Election Day and we must respond,” Cuomo said in his first of several State of the State addresses on Monday. Cuomo has seemingly been attempting to fix everything – the Tappan Zee Bridge, John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia airports, the subways, and the railroads. He has also announced an exhaustive series of programs to rescue the forgotten middle class. He even held a high-profile even with U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) to offer New York students free college tuition. The proposal came with a pat on the back from Sanders himself.
“If New York state does it this year, mark my words, state after state will follow,” Sanders said at the event this month.
Booker and Cuomo want to be the go-to people for anti-Trump commentary. “They want to be the spokespeople for the Democratic Party; the progressive left; the sane American,” Muzzio said.
But it is four long years before the next presidential election, and as Gov. Cuomo’s father – the late former Gov. Mario Cuomo – once said, “Between then and now, a pope could be born.” In other words, a lot can happen.
By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
Another year, another failure of global warming to occur at even half the rate originally predicted by IPCC in 1990.CO2 emissions have increased at a rate somewhat above the high-end prediction made in IPCC’s First Assessment Report. In 2013 our sins of emission totaled 10.8 billion tonnes of carbon; in 2014 the official estimate, in the annual paper published by le Quéré et al., was 10.9 billion tonnes:… Source: When will ‘The Pause’ in global temperature return? | Watts Up With That?
“…As we prepare for a new year, President Clinton and Chelsea remain dedicated to our work providing everyone a chance to succeed,” Lindsey wrote in the email. “Your contribution before the end of the year is so important that President Clinton is personally TRIPLING every gift to the Foundation, up to $200,000.”
Interestingly, Hillary’s name is nowhere to be found.
The FBI is still investigating the Clinton Foundation for corruption and money laundering. It was a hot topic during the presidential race; Donald Trump repeatedly described the foundation as a “criminal enterprise.” Emails published by WikiLeaks exposed questionable behavior at the foundation, such as the Qatari government presenting Bill Clinton with a $1 million check for his birthday.
In the email to foundation supporters, Lindsey dismissed allegations of wrongdoing, describing the foundation as a “force for good in this world.”
We’ll see in the coming months and years if the foundation’s sketchy donors were truly committing to “saving the world,” or if they just saw the foundation as an easy way to purchase influence and access to power.
Bill Clinton is personally pledging up to $200,000 in matching donations.
Around 3 a.m. Monday AM 27-year-old Harry Kyreakedes – an off-duty New Rochelle police officer – crashed his Jeep Cherokee into a tree on Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains. Kyreakedes, who has been charged, had a blood-alcohol content of .23, nearly three times the legal limit. His passenger, 27-year-old Isaac Ward, was transported to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Kyreakedes was also transported to the hospital where he underwent surgery to his legs. He has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. Off-duty New Rochelle officer charged in fatal White Plains crash