Archive for November, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving and Chanukah- enjoy the Common Sense

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 @

Health Care Debacle – Read Chairman’s article and tell us your story!

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:

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Some Common Sense Advice for the State and the Next Mayor of NYC

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”  @

“Most of All Come out and Vote” makes Common Sense

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” @