“I can’t stress enough, this is not a scare thing, but it’s very clear if this thing [Utica Hospital] doesn’t move forward, this money is not going to sit out there forever… There’s no set timetable in the law that says if you don’t execute by this date then we pull the money back… there’s nothing set in stone on what that point is.” – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi
Interview with Binghamton Democratic Councilwoman Dani Cronce, discussing her efforts to improve the quality of life for residents in the 3rd District and the City.
Dani Cronce, the founder of several Non-Profit organizations in Broome County. These include: Broome County Adopt-A-Park, Southern Tier Second Chance Housing, and Creative Pioneers. Dani shares with us how each will address needs of the local community in 2018 and well beyond.
Whether its politics leading entertainment or vice versa, the end result is the same. A focus on superfluous, predominantly physicality based attributes that confer no meaning beyond hitting a social justice PC checkbox.
SUNY Broome Republicans speaks with Black Republican college leaders about their experiences on campus in New York State
Highlights from Public Forum at SUNY Broome campus, identifying priorities for elected officials from the public. Also a brief discussion on the many ways that the Democrat driven government shutdown will affect students, the community, and nation in coming days.
What brought this powerhouse of local elected officials to SUNY Broome was the fact that, unlike most forums, this one featured the politicians as the listeners and the public as the main speakers.
Reaction to Government shutdown by Democrat leadership in effort to reward 800,000 remorseless criminals and punish 327 million American citizens.
Candidate Anthony Brindisi reiterates the threat of shutting down the Government – with a promise to harm the elderly, veterans and our military – unless criminals are rewarded like he wants. This is the pitch to gain votes. Not very attractive when you strip away the emotional shield and evaluate exactly what he said
This all matters because the NY-22 and nation deserve transparent elected officials that actually represent the people and their best interests. This Utica Hospital scandal highlights that Anthony Brindisi won’t do these things as an Assemblyman, so imagine if he gained the power of Congress?