We must hold politicians accountable, so they can be effective & represent constituents accurately. Thus we hold Rep. Brindisi accountable for his time in Congress.
Speaking directly with the public, talking about what matters to you, in this simulcast we covered the Cuomo’s – Chris justifying violence of Antifa and Andrew bashing America. But we also talk about Utica and protesters. Not to be left out we discuss PLOT (Progressive Leaders of Tomorrow) and the far left. Not bad for the unofficial 100th episode.
First-hand reaction to President Trump in Utica, NY and the protester that opposed it, as well as the reaction in media to talk about it. The bigger question and confusion about the N-word – who can use it, when and where, and why is it acceptable. Plus the shocking approval of violence to silence free speech as well as the hate of America from the Cuomo brothers. A lot to discuss in this NO Soundbites Allowed podcast.
What did President Trump visiting Utica in support of Congresswoman Tenney mean to you? For many, the final word on the result is still open for discussion.
We discuss how the growth of socialism is connected to the lack of schools teaching critical thinking and its consequences. We look at the potential of President Trump going to Utica and other questions from public.
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?
With the latest arrests and lawsuit, as well as a lack of support by the general populace and local communities, the Obama Administration will likely find itself in an uphill battle to continue to move forward with refugees entering the US.
In a lame-duck attempt to bypass the public, exiting Democrat members of the Binghamton City Council pushed to pass a resolution in the final meeting of the year. The result was, with a bipartisan vote of 4-3, the resolution to welcome Syrian refugees was voted down.
A vote will be taken December 22, 2015, about the welcoming proposal, prior to the 2016 City Council taking office