Chairman Kassar advises:Shop local Department and small businesses for the holidays, enjoy the Dyker Heights lights, but respect the neighbors, and enjoy a respite from the worries of Washington’s Iranian and domestic debacles- in “Common Sense: Tis the Season” in this weeks Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator @ http://www.homereporternews.com/opinion/common-sense-tis-the-season/article_bd330dc6-5b91-11e3-b21e-001a4bcf887a.html
This posted today: Let us share. Public campaign finance just wrong and while commissions chase paper-clip expenses, taxpayer money is wasted. see below:
Happy Thanksgiving to all and Happy Chanukah to those of us celebrating. Both holidays share the impetus to give thanks and recognize triumph over adversity. May we all experience more triumph and less adversity.
Unfortunately with a healthcare debacle, a President doing his Neville Chamberlain impression, democratic socialist (communist) incoming at City Hall and calls to allow non-citizens to vote, there is a lot to look past in order to remember to be thankful.
Read Brooklyn Chairman Jerry Kassar’s column discussing the movements by the Governor and NYC Mayor-Elect to add taxes and allow non-citizens to vote, as well as the on-going Obamacare breakdown – in this weeks Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator @ http://www.homereporternews.com/news/opinion/common-sense-keep-the-sales-tax-exemption/article_f14b82e2-5613-11e3-8ed7-001a4bcf887a.html
In this week’s “Common Sense: Abomadable Care” Chairman Kassar writes about the roll-out or lack thereof of Obamacare, a fracking non-controversy and the refusal of the Governor to agree to legislation to prevent transportation funds from being raided. In the Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator read:http://www.homereporternews.com/opinion/common-sense-abomodable-care/article_1ef67254-5099-11e3-99cd-0019bb2963f4.html
Comment here- what is your reaction!
Chairman Kassar discusses an important bill in the State Senate to keep MTA money in a “lock box” and used only for the MTA, why the next Mayor of NYC would be wrong to follow through on trying to make a grab for hurricane Sandy relief funds for other uses, and more in this weeks Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator. See “Common Sense: the lock box” @ http://www.homereporternews.com/news/opinion/common-sense-the-lock-box/article_550bc2fc-4b05-11e3-92ab-001a4bcf887a.html
Obamacare glitches and the final days of the campaign make the choice clear why people need to vote for Lhota, Read Chairman Kassar’s column “Common Sense: Glitches” @ http://www.homereporternews.com/opinion/columnists/common-sense-the-glitch/article_3baeb166-401a-11e3-b142-0019bb2963f4.html
NEW YORK CITY VOTERS: BE ALERT! MAKE CERTAIN YOUR VOTE FOR MAYOR IS COUNTED.
On Tuesday, Election Day, New York City voters must be alert when they vote for Mayor on the Conservative Party Line. Please look at the Sample Ballot (see below for the Sample Ballot) and you will notice that Joe Lhota is on Row C – the Conservative Line — and that is where you should mark the oval. As you study the Sample Ballot, you will see, just under the Conservative Line, is the Socialist Worker candidate for Mayor. Pleae be certain that you skip over his name and go to the Public Advocate Block to cast your vote for Robert Maresca, the Conservative Party candidate.
As you wil note, the design of the Ballot could be confusing to those who strictly vote the Party Line. The Democratic and Republican Lines do not have any additional Party Lines listed below their candiates; however the Conservative Party (and the other non-national parties) has additional candidates below their names.
Do not let you vote be lost due to the major design flaw on the ballot.
Please call us at 718-921-+2158 if you have any questions.
Candidates, Members and Friends Come out to Honor Dedicated Members at Brooklyn Conservative Party’s 51st Annual Reception
Charles Hynes was among the speakers who rallied the crowd at the Brooklyn Conservative Party’s 51st Annual Reception held at Sirico’s on October 30, 2013. A host of candidates and elected officials including Councilmember Greenfield and Senators Marty Golden and Simcha Felder joined the festivities as the Party presented the James Gay Memorial Award to Alice Gaffney and Jim Ryan Memorial Award to Brian Kelly. Good cheer, and getting out the vote on November 5th were among the messages. In addition, Chairman of the State Party Michael Long reminded the crowd about the ballot proposals and the Conservative positions as well as a problem with the ballot on the Mayor and Public Advocate line – so make sure you fill in the ovals for our Conservative Party candidates. We look forward to seeing friends again for our Annual Brunch in March!
County Chairman dishes up facts unpopular with the Dems in Congress and White House, and in our back yard read this weeks Common Sense in the Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator @ http://www.homereporternews.com/opinion/common-sense-nothing-but-the-facts/article_f39b53c6-3b40-11e3-9ca1-0019bb2963f4.html
Election Day is November 5th: The following are your Conservative Party candidates. Feel free to print for your use:
Mayor: Joseph Lhota
Public Advocate: Robert Maresca
Comptroller: John Burnett
Borough President: Elias J. Weir
District Attorney: Charles J. Hynes
Candidates for City Council:
33rd CMD: John A. Jasilli
37th CMD: Michael E. Freeman Saulsberre
38th CMD: Henry Lallave
39th CMD: James E. Murray
40th CMD: Brian Kelly
42nd CMD: Ernest Johnson
43rd CMD: John Quaglione
44th CMD: David G. Greenfield
46th CMD: Anthony Testaverde
47th CMD: Andrew J. Sullivan
48th CMD: David Storobin
Civil Court Judge: Vincent Martusciello
Justice of the Supreme Court:
Dawn M. Jimenez Salta
Betty J. Williams
The following are the positions of the NYS Conservative Party on the Referenda in this years election. For descriptions and explanations, please see www.cpnys.org
Don’t forget to turn the ballot over and vote on the 6 proposals
CPNYS POSITIONS ON 2013 BALLOT PROPOSALS:
PROPOSAL #1 – NO
PROPOSAL #2 – YES
PROPOSAL # 3 – NO
PROPOSAL #4 -YES
PROPOSAL # 5 -YES
PROPOSAL #6 — NO