November 1, 2019 – As 2019 elections draw near, #RepBrindisi tries to justify his partisan vote to start the impeachment of President Trump. A process based on a lack of high crimes, convened in secret,…
October 24, 2019 – NO Soundbites Allowed – The impact of the changes to #electionlaw loom in the near-term. How #earlyvoting will affect voters and results is still unsure. Thus we look at 2 election…
October 23, 2019 – NO Soundbites Allowed – Continuing our coverage of violations of law by elected politicians, we again return to #Binghamton Councilman #DanLivingston. As predicted, prior #ethics violations have now led to an…
On the Federal side: The insanity of Nike accepting Betsy Ross as a racist.
At Congress: The future top 5 national to-watch race continues to heat up – we interview one of the candidates
Local: Councilman Dan Livingston actively defends misinforming public, and gets rebuked.
We must ensure that the goal of transparency is not used as a shallow effort to promote individual or partisan agendas to the detriment of the public.
Can we be surprised that Councilman Livingston is ethically challenged when Sen. Gillibrand and Rep. Ocasio-Cortez travel such a murky path?
In an act of ethics violation, Binghamton Councilman Dan Livingston secretly recorded colleagues for unknown reasons, which has created a furor in City Council.
Councilman-elect Livingston appears willing to steal power from City Council and the Mayor, even before being sworn in. A troubling trend of actions from a politician with a troubling past.
Dan Livingston appeared on the BinghamtonNow talk news program on WNBF. In the live interview candidate Livingston avoided providing public and voters critical answers that many feel are required for an informed vote. These are the comments and tweets published during the interview and afterwards on social media.
Even before the 2018 mid-term elections have become a curiosity in the minds of the public, some politicians are already pushing 30 second soundbites that omit and manipulate facts. We look at New York, from the local (Binghamton City Council race) to the federal (NY-22 congressional race), for a few examples of the misleading of the public. Voters beware, some seek to mislead you.