Four Thousand Shades Of Ramapo Grey

​​ Four Thousand Shades Of Ramapo Grey Legislator Charles Falciglia   The two properties commonly referred to as the Matterhorn Nursery and Minisceongo Golf Course represent approximately 175 acres in the Town of Ramapo targeted for development. The Matterhorn property was...
Posted On Aug 14 2017

The Man Who Would Be Supervisor.

“Oh wow; Oh wow; Oh wow! This Is The Man Who Would Be Supervisor?” The suspended Police Chief of Clarkstown, who earns more that the police commissioner of NY City and more that the Director of the FBI, and under whose watch the Clarkstown Police Department had...

Today in History – July 21, 1955 – Eisenhower Proposes “Open Skies” at Geneva Summit

On this day in 1955, at a four-power summit in Geneva, President Dwight D. Eisenhower called on the United States and the Soviet Union to exchange maps showing the location of every military installation in their respective nations. The presidential initiative became known as ...
Posted On Jul 21 2017

Rotten To The Core? – The Rockland County Conservative Party

Rotten To The Core? The Rockland County Conservative Party Will some Republicans abandon their principles in the pursuit of political expediency? Ed Lettre was one of the ‘three men in a room‘ who ran the Town of Clarkstown by controlling who would be elected using...

Progressive Political Assassins: Are they programmed for murder?

Facts, truth and commonsense dictate the shooter is responsible for his actions but culpability for the assassination attempt against Republicans at baseball practice outside Washington, DC lay where it belongs. At the collective feet of the Progressive Democrats and...
Posted On Jul 05 2017

How Did We Win? With Guns – and Other Things by Kevin Kelly

On this 241st birthday of the United States of America, we remember the toil and blood it took for this nation’s first citizens to guard its independence. That toil and blood required use of the most modern weaponry of the late 18th century from pistols and grenades to bayonets...
Posted On Jul 04 2017

Independence Day: Salute the Revolutionaries who paid for it

  As we celebrate Independence Day festivities, fireworks, and back-yard cookouts to acknowledge 241 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence; take pause to reflect what did it cost, who paid that price, and why must we remain vigilant to protect it. At...
Posted On Jul 02 2017

My Daddy’s Bridge: $3.9 Billion Dollar Monument to Political Ego

When the “New Tappan Zee Bridge” was proposed at the whopping $3.9 Billion tax payer dollars and a toll price hike that would increase the bicycle business; no one ever uttered the insult to injury to come by telling us it was going to be an in your face monument to...
Posted On Jul 01 2017

PRIDE MONTH: A reflection on the issues

Pride Month: A Reflection on the Issues by: Kevin Kelly On Sunday a couple weeks ago, I visited an annual Pride Month event downtown here in Warwick. In case you’re not aware, Pride Month occurs every June and recognizes the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LBGT)...
Posted On Jul 01 2017

GLOBALISM: Threat to American Freedom

Let history be our teacher. In both European world wars, the U.S. and Russia were allied against European aggression attempting to consolidate Europe as a whole under a single ruler. At each instance, Germany was at the epicenter. In response, it took the combined military might...
Posted On Jun 08 2017