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Anthony Weiner is reportedly Living With His Mom Now (Is She Hot Tony?!)

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Published on: January 14, 2017

The source added that the impending divorce is still on. Despite the fact that Weiner is living at his mom’s, if Abedin reached her breaking point over the crotch shots with their child, it seems unlikely that she’d change her mind after news broke of sexts with a 15 year old.

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Gun Owners of America Announce NY Civil Rights Restoration Act

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Published on: January 13, 2017

New York Civil Rights Restoration Act Outlined:

  1. define “due process of law” for all proceedings that could result in the loss of a handgun license or a firearm to include notice, a hearing, and the right to counsel
  2. protect patient privacy against on-going secret reporting of confidential medical information by healthcare workers to the NYS Police and the FBI
  3. amend the State’s definition of “family” to include “parents, brothers, and sisters” for purposes of firearms transfers
  4. expand the acceptable forms of identification for a handgun permit or a firearm sale to include fingerprints
  5. repeal the handgun permit recertification program of the NYS Police
  6. rescind the non-operational ammunition background check of the NYS Police

About Gun Owners of America (GOA)

Gun Owners of America (GOA) is a non-profit lobbying organization formed in 1975 to preserve and defend the Second Amendment rights of gun owners. GOA sees firearms ownership as a freedom issue. `The only no compromise gun lobby in Washington’ – Ron Paul.

Visit: www.gunowners.org to Join.

Chicago, New York in Worst Financial Shape Among Large US Cities

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Published on: January 9, 2017

While Chicago’s place at the bottom of the list is unsurprising, New York City’s position — just one step above — was unexpected. An extended bull market and soaring real estate prices have pumped money into the Big Apple’s coffers. Total municipal revenues rose from $60 billion in 2009 to $81 billion in 2015. But the city has been spending the money almost as quickly as it has been coming in.

At the end of its 2015 fiscal year, the city’s general fund reserves amounted to just 0.67 percent of expenditures — well below the Government Finance Officers Association recommendation of 16.67 percent (equivalent to two months of spending). A city’s general fund is roughly analogous to an individual’s checking account.

New York City also carries a very heavy debt burden. According to a report issued by City Comptroller Scott Stringer, New York’s per capita debt greatly exceeds that of all other large U.S. cities, and is even 50 percent higher than that of Chicago. But the comptroller’s report only focuses on bonded debt. Government financial accounting standards require cities to report other long-term obligations such as pensions, compensated absences for municipal employees (accrued sick and vacation leave payable at retirement) and “other post-employment benefits” (or OPEB).

It is New York’s OPEB obligation that really sets the Big Apple apart. In 2015, the city’s OPEB liability was $85 billion — roughly equivalent to its bonded debt.

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People fleeing New York outnumber those moving in by 2-1

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Published on: January 4, 2017

United Van Lines reported Tuesday that nearly two-thirds of the moves involving New York households were outbound, a higher proportion than any other state except New Jersey and Illinois.

The 2016 National Movers Study by Fenton, Mo.- based United also found that almost 59 percent of the moves within the eastern United States were outbound.

Where were people moving? Mostly to western states and the Carolinas, with one exception. That exception was Vermont, which ranked second on the list of states with the highest proportion  — 67 percent — of inbound moves.

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CUOMO COMMUTES SENTENCE OF RADICAL LEFTIST TERRORIST & COP KILLER JUDITH CLARK (Pinko Scumbag!)

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Published on: January 3, 2017

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has decided to commute the sentence of a domestic terrorist, Judith Alice Clark, who willingly participated in a bloody robbery that led to the deaths of a security guard and two police officers. Clark, who pleaded not guilty, but was convicted of felony murder, had been sentenced to such a long prison term that she had no real hope for parole during her lifetime – until now. Cuomo’s decision to commute Clark’s sentence will not immediately result in her release, but the steep reduction in her sentence will make her eligible for parole early this year. The loved ones of the three men killed during the robbery and getaway in which Clark took an active part will have to continue to experience their hellish losses for as long as they live. Unless all the family members of the slain are ready to forgive what the self-proclaimed “revolutionary” and “freedom fighter” did, and they do not object to Clark’s release on parole, she should continue to experience her own hell in jail for as long as she lives.

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thumbRobbers Yell Anti-White Slur While Beating Man With Skateboard, NYPD Says (Video)

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Published on: December 30, 2016

Police released new surveillance photos Friday of two robbers wanted for yelling an anti-white slur while hitting a man in the face with a skateboard, the NYPD said.

The 61-year-old man and 54-year-old woman were walking near West End Avenue between West 76th and 77th streets on Nov. 18 when two men approached them and screamed, ‘You fucking cracker,” police said.

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Lawmaker accuses Gov. Cuomo of attempted bribery

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Published on: December 29, 2016

A veteran Democratic lawmaker is accusing Gov. Cuomo of attempted “bribery” to get his agenda enacted in return for a legislative pay raise.

“We wouldn’t succumb to the governor’s attempt at bribery,” said Assemblyman Gary Pretlow, a Westchester Democrat, employing the harshest language yet to describe tense talks with the governor.

“That’s right. You could say I used the word `bribery,’” he added.

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New York City mayor fined for even more campaign fund abuse

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Published on: December 21, 2016

Given all the attention which liberal media outlets love to shower on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for his progressive agenda and “reforms” in the Big Apple, it’s amazing how little attention is given to the many scandals which have engulfed his administration. And we’re not just talking about his nasty habit of killing any wildlife unfortunate enough to fall into his hands here. There are multiple investigations taking place into his handling of campaign funds and municipal money. The latest example, which turned up during an audit of his 2013 race, has now resulted in his being fined nearly $50K. (NY Post)

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De Blasio’s Town: Tourist Stabbed in Back of Head While in NYC to Make Marriage Proposal!

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Published on: December 19, 2016

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A man randomly stabbed a tourist visiting New York City to make a marriage proposal in the back of the head with a knife, sources said.

Connor Rasmussen, 23, was stabbed in the back of his head with a steak knife in midtown Manhattan at 1:45 a.m. Sunday while walking with three friends in search of a pizzeria, the New York Daily News reported.

He removed the knife from the base of his neck and escaped without serious injury. It required eight stitches to close the two-inch gash.

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Harlem deer died for the sins of Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio

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Published on: December 18, 2016

Let’s remember the facts: Sometime late last month or early this month, a deer showed up in Harlem’s Jackie Robinson Park, delighting residents and not really bothering anyone.

But on Thursday, he fled to a nearby housing project and city officials captured him, citing a threat to public safety.

Then the city issued a death sentence. “Because transporting deer causes them great stress and because relocated deer have very low survival rates,” Parks Department spokesman Sam Biederman told the Times, “the city still believes that the most humane option here is euthanasia.”

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NYPD: MUSLIM WOMAN LIED ABOUT BEING ATTACKED, CALLED TERRORIST ON SUBWAY

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Published on: December 14, 2016

The Cying Lunt – yet another libturd hoaxer.

 

The Muslim college student who said three men assaulted her and called her a terrorist on the New York City subway two weeks ago made up the story, police said Wednesday.

The NYPD said 18-year-old Yasmin Seweid lied about being attacked on an uptown No. 6 train at East 23rd Street on December 1.

Seweid had also told the police that the men appeared drunk as they yelled Donald Trump’s name and tried to take her hijab off her head.

“Get that f****** thing off your head!” she said they shouted.

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De Blasio’s horse carriage ‘fake news’ is creating chaos

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Published on: December 12, 2016

All the recent talk of “fake news” has an overlooked angle here in New York — where fake news has long plagued the horse-carriage industry. Who’s responsible for elevating fabrications into fact? Mayor de Blasio.

De Blasio won office partly on a bizarre promise: He’d ban Central Park’s horse carriages. In making this pledge, he gained campaign contributions. Prosecutors are looking into whether this was bribery.

The mayor repeatedly tried to ban the carriages but lost in the City Council. At one hearing, the Mayor’s Office couldn’t give evidence that horses were mistreated or in danger. Yet in the process, the mayor did a dangerous thing: repeat bald untruths as fact.

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Court blocks New York City from discarding illegal immigrants’ data (Hey Illegals: We Are Coming For You!)

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Published on: December 8, 2016

A New York state court on Tuesday temporarily stopped New York City from destroying the personal records of hundreds of thousands of municipal I.D. card holders after Republicans argued the records might be needed to track criminals.

Seeking to protect illegal immigrants who fear deportation under a President-elect Donald Trump administration, city officials had been considering destroying the information and said on Tuesday they would stop collecting it starting next month.

Two Republican state lawmakers sued the city on Monday to block any plans to discard the records collected so far, saying they could be needed to investigate individuals who obtained the cards under false pretenses.

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Knife Law Reformers Make Last-Minute Push to Stop ‘Most Discriminatory Criminal Justice Practice in New York State’

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Published on: December 8, 2016

Perhaps the most vocal opposition to the reform over the past year has come from Mayor Bill de Blasio. In a pair of letters sent behind the scenes, de Blasio urged the legislature to vote against the measure this summer, and he has urged Cuomo to veto the measure since its passage. His advocacy puts the purportedly progressive mayor, elected on a police reform agenda, in the odd position of opposing virtually every major criminal justice reform organization in the state. It also aligns him with people like Patrick Lynch, the demagogic president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, one of the letter’s signatories.

Meanwhile, de Blasio also finds himself at odds with at least some members of the city council. While she hasn’t been particularly vocal about it, a spokesperson for City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito informed the Voice that she supports knife reform. Ditto Councilman Jumaane Williams. “The mayor’s wrong on this issue,” Williams told us last month.

“The mayor of the city of New York, who’s really supposed to be a progressive, has lobbied, very intensely, for the veto of this bill,” Savino told the crowd on Monday. “That doesn’t make any sense to me. So we have a law that makes no sense, we have a policy that makes no sense, and we have a lobbying effort by the mayor of New York that makes even less sense.”

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NYC Man Arrested for Attempting to Push a Bystander onto Subway Tracks, Yelling ‘I Hate White People’

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Published on: November 25, 2016

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A New York City man was arrested Monday for attempting to push a bystander onto the subway tracks in Harlem while yelling, “I hate white people.”

Gary Weeks, 51, of Queens was charged with attempted murder, aggravated harassment, and obstruction of government administration, the New York Daily News reported.

The bystander was waiting at the 4-5-6 subway station at 125th St. and Lexington Ave. for a northbound train when Weeks tried to push him onto the tracks.

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