Tuesday, March 11, 2014
A group of state legislators including George Latimer, are trying to pass legislation to strip pensions from any New York state politician who is convicted of a felony. The bill must pass two consecutive legislative sessions and then be placed on a statewide ballot. (Nothing like a little red tape to get in the way). The article states that there is a "renewed effort," which begs the question, why is this not a no brainer?
Friday, March 07, 2014
Thursday, March 06, 2014
Tuesday, March 04, 2014
In a rare moment of solidarity (don't let it go to your head Andrew), the King and I are locking arms to save charter schools from Big Bad Bill's sledgehammer. For someone who yammers on about the children, education, class warfare, yadda yadda, BBB's latest action to shutdown three successful charter schools clearly demonstrates that he could care less about providing quality education to children. I work with a young woman, who wanted to enroll her son into the Harlem charter school that is being closed down. The school has a 80+% success rate, and she wanted a chance at giving him a better education. Instead she must send her son to the local public school, which has a 3% success rate. Nice job Bill. In the words of your fellow far left liberal, you are the "World's Worse Person!"
Sunday, March 02, 2014
The League of Women Voters of Larchmont/Mamaroneck is holding an Issues Breakfast on Friday featuring VOL candidates Marlene Kolbert, Anne McAndrews, and Peter Fanelli. All three candidates are running unopposed in the upcoming March 18th election.