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Theresa Flora April 23, 2014 at 03:48 pm
Tony: the race card? It's beyond annoying. It's disgusting and it's old! How long are ourRead More candidates gonna allow themselves to be classified as racists, bigots and sexists? During Obama's first campaign, the main stream media, the GOP and ultimately, the electorate gave him a pass on his friendship with Jeremiah Wright, the race-baiting, Whitey-hating, anti-Semite. During his second campaign the Left went all-out with the fake Republican "war on women". Not only were they successful in 2014, they'll recycle that strategy soon as Hillary announces. She's not even remotely worried about Benghazi or the fact that she was a do-nothing Senator and Sec of State.
eatingdogfood April 23, 2014 at 05:12 pm
Ooofah!! LOL!
Tony T April 23, 2014 at 05:31 pm
Just for some clarification see linkRead More :http://www.coachisright.com/if-hillary-clinton-had-a-lesbian-affair-with-huma-abedin-than-everything-in-weinergate-fits/
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paul April 17, 2014 at 07:48 am
Too bad these company's can't be honest like the US government.
MK Smith April 17, 2014 at 10:22 am
Dump Cuomo. Dump Steve Israel.Read More http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/04/16/Nancy-Pelosi-House-Republicans-Amnesty
Willie Lester April 17, 2014 at 01:06 pm
I told you once and I will tell you agian, Cuomo can sleep through this election and still beatRead More Robbie Boy.
Big_E April 22, 2014 at 03:22 pm
That Newsmax article constantly says this is a way to circumvent the Constitution. But since theRead More Constitution grants states the right to award their EC votes any way they want, this is perfectly legal. A state could decide to award its EC votes based on a contest. Have the Democratic nominee and the Republican nominee guess how many jelly beans are in a jar. Closest one gets the EC votes for their party.
brookhavenconfucius April 22, 2014 at 04:26 pm
America is an oligarchy, not a democracy or republic, university study findsRead More http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/apr/21/americas-oligarchy-not-democracy-or-republic-unive/
Sean Hassett April 22, 2014 at 05:06 pm
Judy: The only incident of voter fraud that I know of personally was an elderly man who voted twiceRead More for the GOP candidate. He would not accept that it was wrong and even was delighted. Just saying.
STAR dot STAR April 12, 2014 at 09:45 pm
The BUNDY RANCH confrontation is all of us.
frank vecchione April 13, 2014 at 08:11 am
star , resist / never submit. this is not over . we must be prepared for the confrontation , thatRead More will come. in ny also , when the tyrant in albany starts to confiscate our firearms....
brookhavenconfucius April 13, 2014 at 08:37 am
AND FRANK, WE ARE ALL ALONE, TOO ! DONT EXPECT, any of those WHINY politicians, to be with TheRead More People !
Stevo March 24, 2014 at 11:15 am
brookhaven - You never fail to show your bigotry in your idiotic posts. What a creep you are!!
brookhavenconfucius March 24, 2014 at 01:28 pm
Thank you Stevo, or is it Sheep-O ? Was that it ?
brookhavenconfucius March 27, 2014 at 08:06 am
Earl, THESE ILLEGALS, "have not filed but are due refunds" ! Guess, we can call thisRead More ILLEGAL ALIEN PATCH, now !
STAR dot STAR March 17, 2014 at 12:33 pm
And Deb, don't forget that Obamacare is yet ANOTHER tax which is a redistribution scheme, so saysRead More the Supreme Court.
TomTuttle March 17, 2014 at 01:42 pm
EXTEND!!!! It's pathetic that we as citizens allow the people who have never had to use socialRead More benefits decide whether we should be allowed to use what we all pay for every week of our labor out of our paychecks. Tell me one person on Capital Hill who has ever lost a job and had to use the Unemployment System until they found another? I bet its very small number. Yet we give them the decision making power to rule on our lives? Why? They receive full medical coverage,lifetime jobs for some,insane pensions that the working man/woman could only dream of, yet they do not work a full year like the rest of us? These are the people who we want representing our everyday issues? Not in my opinion. Time for this country to ORGANIZE!!! It's us against them it seems. Very sad day to be an american when you see our government coming off the rails and there is no answer in sight.
fred March 17, 2014 at 01:55 pm
Deb- I think you make excellent points and capitalism is the only economic system that works.Read More However we haven't seen capitalism in this country in years. Too big too fail. Subsidies, tax breaks. Adam Smith would be rolling over in his grave. You as a small business owner is the one getting screwed by the government actions and large corporations greed
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Patchogue Snoop March 15, 2014 at 02:24 pm
Hey Johny, Yeah man it is....too many dunkin donuts on the island...its an occupational hazard forRead More the cops. And yes, we pay for the donuts too under meal allowances when on OT.
Barbara Goldowsky March 15, 2014 at 08:11 pm
The swans are wondering when we are going to talk about THEM again....
Harriet Brown March 23, 2014 at 04:35 pm
There is no good reasons to destroy these beautiful creatures.
Tommy Noble February 12, 2014 at 04:36 pm
Put 'er in four-wheel drive, wrap some chains around those tires and take a freaking day trip to aRead More winery in the snow!
Christopher Wendt February 12, 2014 at 08:12 pm
Hop aboard the LIRR and visit the Met or MOMA. You can easily spend an entire day at either ofRead More them. Another good trip in nice weather if Fort Tryon and the Cloisters, with lunch or dinner at the New Leaf Restaurant in Fort Tryon Park. Or go downtown, take a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge. Or check out Battery Park, or rent a bicycle and ride up from the Battery to the GW Bridge along the Hudson River, turn around and pedal to Central Park, drop off the bike, take the subway to Penn and the LIRR. The last one we did was the 911 Memorial, Trinity Church & Cemetery, the NYSE, the Federal Building (where Washington was sworn-in as President and where the Bill of Rights was written; cap off this trip with a meal at Fraunces Tavern.
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Mike Klubok January 28, 2014 at 06:02 am
Unfortunately it appears that the author does not have a password to unlock their smartphone. HavingRead More a smartphone where a password is required to unlock it can go a long way to prevent your personal information from being compromised in the event your smartphone is lost or stolen. A while I did a post http://bayside.patch.com/groups/mike-kluboks-blog/p/bp--computer-safety-in-public-28487543 about computer safety in public. Following these tips will help to keep you safe while using a public computer and/or using a public wireless network.
Our Streets January 18, 2014 at 08:20 pm
If it means less of my tax dollars paying the medical bills for obesity, I'm all for it. It's not aRead More ban on soda, just on a certain size container. If you really want that much soda, just buy two. I don't see what the big "controversy" is about. We've got bigger things to talk about then this, like Stop&Frisk, airplane noise, or child traffic deaths.
Maureen Beach January 22, 2014 at 09:34 am
Education is absolutely a better approach to combating obesity than legislation. We can’tRead More regulate our way to health, but we can teach how people about countering overall calorie intake with physical activity to improve our behaviors and health over the long-term.
Harriet Brown January 22, 2014 at 03:31 pm
To Our Streets If that goes through, what will be next? French fries? Candy? White bread??? IRead More think obesity might be better than being skinny, bitter, and self-righteous.
Phil Konigsberg January 16, 2014 at 03:56 pm
I am very pleased to hear that PB has returned to District 19. Let's make it bigger and better eachRead More year. It's early, but start jotting down ideas of what you want to see that will make Northeast Queens an even better place to live and work than it already is.
Denise Weber January 16, 2014 at 09:17 am
Can I ask why if the speed limit is 55 or 65 than why do we make cars that go from 140 to 250 milesRead More an hour. We are always defeating the purpose. Maybe if there was a country that didn't live with this fast pace attitude with a lot of mistakes and calmed down we wouldn't have these accidents. Just like we have a problem with HIV but our Movie Industry throws sex and drugs galore in every movie out there. WE NEED TO LOOK AT WHERE WE ARE DEFEATING THE PURPOSE.
Phil Konigsberg January 16, 2014 at 03:34 pm
I've been advocating for years that there needed to be better enforcement of the posted speed limitsRead More by the NYPD, in particular, the Highway Division, with the authorized responsibility to do so. Not only do we witness on a daily basis the overwhelming majority of motor vehicle operators disregard the posted speed limit when they have the opportunity to do so on both our local streets and limited access highways but the careless disregard for public safety by the chronic running of red lights and other traffic regulations. The uniform enforcement of existing traffic regulations will save lives, and reduce injuries and property damage. Appropriate studies should be conducted to see if the existing speed limits on our limited access highways and waterway crossings are appropriate or in need of revision. The most outrageous disregard of a posted speed limit I've witnessed has been on the Grand Central Parkway from the BQE to the Northern Blvd interchange where the posted "Work Zone" speed limit of 35 mph has been completely ignored by the driving public and the NYPD Highway Division in enforcement. When we are continuously searching to balance NYC's bottom line to keep existing essential services and prevent the cutback of others, why don't we implement these actions? Doing so will not only provide a needed source of revenue but also become a significant factor in achieving the Vision Zero objective.
Harriet Brown January 18, 2014 at 03:25 pm
I think we need more police on the streets; especially dangerous crossings.
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Janet McEneaney January 15, 2014 at 06:56 am
Congratulations, Warren. It's well-deserved and a smart move by the CB 7 Board.
Henry Euler January 18, 2014 at 09:36 am
Congratulations, Warren! Best wishes in your new position on Community Board 7.
Harriet Brown January 18, 2014 at 03:27 pm
Phil Konigsberg January 14, 2014 at 03:21 pm
Many New Yorkers, both downstate and upstate will be watching Governor Cuomo's decision on whetherRead More he protects the environment and our drinking water by deciding to permanently ban hydraulic fracking in our state. Governor Cuomo has been walking the high wire on this issue for quite sometime. On one side there is a multitude of citizen based organizations and elected officials who have been trying to persuade him to make the current moratorium on fracking permanent versus the big oil and gas industry that are seeking the lucrative revenue that they are salivating over without concern over the reports of destruction of peoples lives throughout other regions of the country (as close as Pennsylvania) where fracking has been in operation. If Governor Cuomo has aspirations of running for President in 2016 or even re-election in 2014 then he needs to announce fracking in New York State will not be allowed - permanently.
Students at P.S. 203 celebrate the Lunar New Year.
paul markowski January 14, 2014 at 10:20 pm
If we close the schools for every new immigrant group with a small % when will it stop.Can we haveRead More off for Bangladeshi independence dayalso?
marc January 16, 2014 at 08:52 am
of all the important current events going on in new york and the world this is what Meng isRead More concerned with??? We need more days in school for our kids not less.I would like to see her get involved with much more serious topics. And not to worry so much about her next campaign ..A lot of non asians are watching her to see how she performs..
Harriet Brown January 18, 2014 at 03:29 pm
I think that it is a good idea. This would help children of different backgrounds understand eachRead More other more; and with that, will come respect.