2018 mid-term elections are over, and now the public must live with the consequences of the votes. For one bipartisan group of constituents – gun owners – the result may well mean fewer rights and more targeted disenfranchisement on the horizon.
Col. North appeared in Binghamton NY, to detail his support of the 2nd Amendment, identify the reasons of the recent NRA ratings changes, discuss the Pittsburgh mass shooting, and endorse Congresswoman Claudia Tenney.
In the wake of updated NRA ratings of politicians at every level of Government, Col. North came to the City of Binghamton to endorse incumbent Congresswoman Claudia Tenney. But the newsroom edits of the visit, a first for the hub of the Southern Tier of New York, hardly reflect this. Such partisan media sought an emotional response from an unsuspecting populace, forfeiting the long-term issue being presented.
So many issues to discuss – Rep. Nancy Pelosi reaps some non-mob protester feedback that Rep. Maxine Waters has promoted; Sen. Warren question on repaying benefits for claiming American Indidan heritage; NRA follows up on Red Flag supporters; in local news Sheriff candidate talks Antifa. Comments welcomed.
Focused on the Southern Tier, the question of not only what the media does not tell voters, but how they discuss what they do tell on several issues is brought up. Additionally, a Far left candidate running for Broome County Sheriff reveals his view of the domestic terrorism group Antifa and its threat of violence in New York. We bring it to you as it was said live without edit.
The National Rifle Association has released the 2018 ratings, in time for voters to review ahead of the mid-term elections. We review the status of the 11 members of the NY State Assembly we previously identified in an open letter on Red Flag legislation.
Racial slurs against Kanye West? When did slurs become ok, especially for Democrats – the supposed Party for minorities. Can we say macroagression. But don’t forget, as some hope you do, that Antifa no only attacked Republican HQ in New York City, but promised to bring the same kind of violence that happened in Berkley.
A personal observation outside the mainstream about Jim Brown and Kanye West visiting President Trump in the White House.
Why is it historically those that complain about civility are the least civil? Perhaps its because some consider civility a part of political power. We address this troubling issue from its past to today.
Rate hikes without regard to market conditions. Tax increases without regard to impact on the average American. What do they have in common?