Time for some Common Sense: Read “Common Sense: Presidential Politics” in the Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator see
A sizeable crowd of neighbors, local leaders including Congressman Donovan, Party leaders and members, scouts, veterans, and active duty personnel joined in the annual commemoration at lookout point as a new POW/MIA flag was raised. Many joined the Brooklyn Conservatives and marched in the Memorial Day parade in Bay Ridge. Thank you.
Getting it Right and Getting it Wrong- Dan’s got it Right, local dems just got it wrong- Read Common Sense: Getting it Right!
Our new Congressman Dan Donovan gets it right and carping local dems act surprised. Small ball politics over substance. Donovan’s stance on abortion is not new. However, term limited Councilmember Gentile’s record on the issue changes with the wind. Once having proclaimed himself “Pro-Life” Vincent or Vinnie’s latest salvos against Donovan play as inconsistent at best and leave the taste of sour grapes.
Other things to concentrate on include the tragedy on the rails and the need to overhaul Amtrak.
Read all about in this week’ Common Sense: Getting it Right in the Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator.
Friends- please join us, your neighbors, friends, scouts, elected and civic leaders, as the Brooklyn Conservatives continue our annual tradition of honoring those lost and those missing in our armed forces. We meet at the liberty pole at Look Out Point located at 81st Street and Shore Road at 10am sharp. After the commemoration and raising of new POW/MIA flag, the Brooklyn Conservatives will march in the Memorial Day Parade in Bay Ridge. Please join us for this meaningful activity in honor of those who sacrificed for our freedom.
May 25th – Memorial Day
Lookout Point – 81st Street and Shore Road
Baltimore Burns while Bay Ridge Glows. While the disaster in Baltimore shows us people at their worst, the Brooklyn Conservatives Honored a neighborhood superstar who shows us humanity at its best. Read this weeks’ column by Jerry Kassar: Common Sense: Baltimore Burning: in this weeks Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator @http://homereporter.com/common-sense-baltimore-burning/
Crime out of control is the new normal under this Mayor. Sending someone to Congress Serious business so don’t send a Deblasio minion. Vote May 5th. All this common sense and more in Jerry Kassar’s column Common Sense: Making Excuses in this week’s Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator, see http://homereporter.com/common-sense-making-excuses/
The Brooklyn Conservatives’ Annual Brunch was a smashing success this Sunday as Party members, supporters and friends were joined by local electeds and candidates as community advocate Arlene Rutuelo was presented with the Annual Ronald Reagan Americanism Award. Arlene was surrounded by friends as she was honored for her tireless efforts for many causes including the Guild for Exceptional Children. State Senator Marty Golden rallied the crowd as did Assemblywoman Malliotakis who stressed her stand firm against amnesty and tuition aide for illegal aliens. State Assembly candidate Menachem Raitport addressed the crowd. Dan Donovan, who is running to represent the 11th Congressional District, discussed the issues facing the district and his strong support of our troops .
Election Day to fill the Council and Congressional seats is May 5, 2015.
Join the Brooklyn Conservatives for our annual brunch where we will honor local civic leader and volunteer Arlene Rutuelo with this year’s Ronald Reagan Americanism Award. Ms. Rutuelo has played a leading role in a number of community organizations including the Guild for Exceptional Children, Norwegian Christian Home, Third Avenue Merchants and the Norwegian Day Parade. Politically active she has worked to elecxt many Conservative and Republican candidates throughout the years.
We will also hear from Joe Concannon, who took his commitment to make our city better to the streets as a candidate for State Senate and City Council. Recently, Joe has lead rallies to give voice to the silent majority of New Yorkers who proudly support our police.
Sunday April 26, 2015 @ 12 noon @ Bay Ridge Manor 76th Street off 5th Avenue in Bay Ridge
Please make checks for $60 per person payable to Kings County Conservative Party Mail to Kings County Conservative Party 486 78th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209.
Questions: Email us at brooklynconservativeparty.com
Read Common Sense: Forein Repairs in the Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator @http://homereporter.com/common-sense-foreign-repairs/