Fact checks and live reactions to the first night of the 2020 Democrat nominee debates. It was a slog, but we give our reactions to it all.
The speech given at Binghamton University as one of the features speakers at the Liberty Weekend event.
Press release of attendence at the Conservative Political Action Conference of 2019 at Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, MD
Progressives seek to investigate students that don’t share their values, as said on WNBF. This is challenged as compulsion by denial of choice. Your thoughts?
In celebration of the end of the year, we dropped on on Roger Neel as a surprise and spoke to the WNBF audience.
The battle to hold our politicians accountable, to inform the public in detail about issues that affect us every day, is only possible with your support. Please help us defend you.
Providing the audio podcast and vlog of the 24th Facebook Live simulcast of the NO Soundbites Allowed podcast, recorded on December 1, 2018
A fraction of elected officials and law enforcement have spoken publicly about the Social Media password Bill that will impact millions in NY State. The fate of this Bill, and impact to citizens, remains dubious at best.
The power of the public does not end with an election tally. You can still affect which laws are passed or not. Even if politicians don’t want you to do so.
Government would never abuse its power like that, you say. Corruption like that could never happen, not in New York State, you say. Read the State Senate Bill and try to say that again.