Archive for August, 2013

Common Sense: Egyptian Lessons

Read Jerry Kassar’s column and find out about the summer madness:

Read about the meltdown and problems for Christians in Egypt, the support of an ultra Рleft Mayoral candidate Deblasio by  local councilman Gentile, and the 3rd Avenue Summer Stroll conclusion.

See this weeks Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator:

NYC Council Override of Mayor’s Veto Endangers Lives Turns Clock Back on Crime Reduction

Override of Mayor’s veto of outside IG for NYPD a downright pandering shame, endangering lives and threatening to undo reduction in crime of 34 % in past 12 years alone. Reform of Stop, Question, and Frisk does not require an outside IG and while the City appeals Judge Shira Sheindlin’s ruling, which includes a fed monitor, the City Council should do nothing. All part of the sound and fury signifying little as the facially neutral policy can and should be practiced efficiently and without bias to protect all, including those in vulnerable populations. Those claiming a victory today, have lost more than they imagine.

Our Future Mayor needs to stand up for the Police and for the facially and racially neutral practice of Stop, Question, and Frisk. We know Conservative Party Candidates such as Mayoral candidate Joe Lhota support our Men and Women in Blue!

Conservative Candidates Joe Lhota and John Quaglione Join Neighbors for 3rd Avenue Stroll

Mayoral candidate Joe Lhota and City Council candidate John Quaglione meet and talk with neighbors and final 3rd Avenue Summer Stroll

Good weather greeted Joe Lhota and John Quaglione as well as friendly neighbors at the 3rd Avenue summer stroll Friday August 16, 2013. Joe and John enjoyed speaking with neighbors, business owners and all who were out at the final stroll of the year. The event celebrates the community and brings folks together. Though other candidates chose to paper the area with campaign lit, Joe and John were all about meeting and speaking with people about what matters to them. A refreshing day and refreshing candidates.

Around the World and Back in Brooklyn: Conservative Party and Candidates Make Common Sense

Read “Common Sense: World View” by Brooklyn Conservative Party Chair Jerry Kassar, published in the Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator at Law and Order are the call of the day as State Senator Marty Golden (R-C, 22nd SD) and Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-C, 64AD) fight to close illegal day spas and human trafficking, with help from Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes. Hynes has a high conviction rate in a tough jury borough and is once again the candidate of the Conservative Party.