Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 09/24/14: 21 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1)  Playland Attendance and Gross Revenue Up from Last Year

2) Yorktown Planning Board reviews gas pumps at BJ'd 09/22/14

3) New ROI column from Frank J. Rich: Change Opportunities

4) Welcome FALL with a bang. At 12 Grapes

5) NYGOP Events Calendar

6) Cross-Age Collaboration” Policy Will Strengthen Intergenerational Bonds\

7)  Carl is right

8) Di iorio Slams Maloney's Silence on Israel, Snubbed Met Opera Protest Appearance

9) NYGOP statement on the latest corrupt Democrat

10) Radio Spot: "Separate and Unequal" Sen. Gipson Pushing Non-Doctor Abortions for Poor New York Women

11) FYI - Press Coverage of Campaign Protesting anti-Semitic Opera

12) One Set of Rules


13) Antonacci: DiNapoli's Dereliction of Duty

14) Accomplishment Tuesdays - Fighting for Veterans

15) 100-Page List: Cuomo's Corporate Cronyism

16) Cuomo Hands Out Corporate Welfare to Company Under Federal Investigation

17) Challenge to Gov. Cuomo

18) Don't Use the Army to Fight Ebola

19) U.N. Opens 69th Session: Important, or a Waste of Time?

20) Lost in Space

21) Dominic Carter keynotes at St. Barnabas Church

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Press Release from:
Legislator Pete Harckham
Legislator Catherine Parker
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 23, 2014
Contact: Tom Staudter | ThomasS@westchesterlegislators.com | 914-995-2819 (office) | 914-419-5221 (cell)
 
 
Playland Attendance Up 20% and
Gross Revenue Up 24% from 2013
 
White Plains, NY – Today, the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) received a year-end report for 2014 attendance and revenue at Playland—and the news is excellent! Attendance at the County’s historic 280-acre amusement park and recreation area this past year (which doesn’t include special events that take place through October) was 467,948, up more than 77,000 from last year’s 390,069, an increase of 20%. Similarly, gross revenue collected at Playland was $8,750,455, up nearly $1.7 million from last year’s $7,068,481, an increase of 24%.
 
At their meeting this morning BOL members of the Labor, Parks, Planning & Housing Committee (LPPH), chaired by Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North Salem), were briefed by officials from the County’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation, who attributed the 2014 increases in attendance and gross revenue at Playland to successful promotions, pleasant weather and special events.
 
“The great news about the wonderful season at Playland this year shows that there is still a lot of life and excitement left in this amusement park yet,” said Harckham. “The park continues to serve as a top destination for residents and their families. That’s why it is so important that the park’s revitalization plans move forward right away, and that a partner be brought on board before the next season begins.”
 
Harckham noted that the impressive numbers for 2014 were achieved despite inclement weather over the long Fourth of July weekend, usually the busiest weekend of the season.
 
Earlier this month the BOL continued its review of finalists to revitalize Playland and met with representatives of Central Amusements International LLC (CAI) and Standard Amusements LLC to hear how they might restore and operate the park. Both groups offered attractive plans for boosting attendance at Playland, which include major infrastructure investments, added attractions and enhanced operational management of the amusement area of the park.
 
As LPPH Chair, Legislator Harckham has been directing an ambitious review of plans to revitalize Playland. CAI and Standard Amusements were the two runners-up in a four-year-plus long process initiated by County Executive Rob Astorino to find an outside partner to manage and operate Playland. Astorino’s first choice, Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI), bowed out of consideration earlier this past summer.
 
“Seeing that Westchester County residents made up the majority of visitors to Playland this year, as they did last year as well, proves that Westchester families utilize and truly appreciate this park,” said Legislator Catherine Parker (D-Rye). “In fact, this year’s county attendance was up significantly from last year’s, which should dispel any talk about how Westchester residents don’t go to Playland.”
 
 
 
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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown




Planning Board
September 22, 2014

Meeting highlights. For a summary of all agenda items, visit www.ciyinfo.org.

1.  BJ’s/Staples Center Gas Pumps
On a referral from the Town Board, the Planning Board reviewed the conceptual plan for rezoning a portion of the existing site to permit six gas fueling stations (with 12 pumps) at the BJ’s/Staples shopping center.

2. Crompond Terraces
The board reviewed the plan and raised questions about how the mixed commercial/age oriented use would fit in with other proposed developments for the Bear Mountain Triangle area.

3. Costco FEIS review
The board continued its review, discussing the flora & fauna, wetlands, and stormwater chapters. It was noted that Costco has made several significant changes to its stormwater plan based on comments made at the DEIS hearing.

The board will meet again to continue, and possibly complete, the FEIS review on TUESDAY, September 30, at 7:15pm at the YCCC.  The major topic for review will be traffic.
 




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R.O.I. By Frank J. Rich
Change Opportunities
The back-to-school shopping season, now the second longest of the year, is very much alive even though school has already begun. This means increased revenues for those who have the energy to engage this spending influencer (tweens) over the next weeks while they accumulate the more than $150 billion in sales that is their effect on the market. Back-to-school spending alone amounts to $72.5 billion, the second largest spending season behind Christmas.
 
This group's spending on school stuff won't slow for another month plus, so keep those signs and specials fresh and step into the breach with these "pester power" shopping influencers when others don't. Tim McMullen of redpepper.com offers some very useful and profitable suggestions in taking fuller advantage of this important and changing market segment.
 
1. Focus on the students
"No" is not the deterrent it used to be with this group. Parents of this 8-14 year-old group testify to this by emptying their wallets with increasing regularity. Your promos must appeal to the students, not so much their parents, in your attempts to lure them to best values. (See Point of Purchase Advertising International (POPAI): "Tweens 'R Shoppers: A Look at the Tween Market & Shopping Behavior.")
 
2. Use the right media
Children ages 8-14 are very visual and consume large amounts of video content, spending well over half of their free time watching TV, playing video games, or time online. YouTube is the social medium of choice.
 
Many are leaving Facebook. YouTube just makes more sense to this active digital crowd. But don't stop there; build your promotional efforts across multiple channels to reach older and younger members of Gen Z. High-impact direct mail is near impossible to miss when it comes in the mail or as an insert, if its messages (and graphics) are clearly focused on this tween group.
 
3. Get them talking-by using the right message
Gen Z lives in a world of distraction. It takes a conversation to get them excited, so focus on the things that cause this unique relationship between tweens. Peers are their greatest motivator, so word-of-mouth is most powerful, but it must also speak to their parents:
"Mom, Jen says the new skis she got from the Ski Haus have a stabilizing technology that makes it easier to do more things, and they're less expensive than the skis I have now."
Prepare graphics in high-impact direct mail cards that grab the attention of this tweens group, and have a compelling position for parents as well.
 
"Your kids want to do more on the slopes. Now they can with our featured new stabilizing technology from ..., and at a price that'll make you smile."
 
Find meaningful ways to get the conversation going.
 
4. Explore new shopping seasons
The back-to-school season is increasing in length each year, but it can be broken down into logical segments--what students and parents are thinking about at each stage.
 
Expensive items such as electronics tend to be purchased early. Essential items such as pencils and notebooks tend to be purchased closer to the first day of school. The last round of purchases takes place in the first few weeks of classes as students determine which clothing, accessories, and other items will be popular for the year.
 
Find ways to track this calendar model of segmentation. Students are stretching the back-to-school season for weeks beyond the first day. They want to see what friends are wearing and what accessories they're carrying before digging into their parent's back-to-school budgets. Use this change in back-to-school mentality to your advantage by timing deals and promotions after the first day.

 5. Set up for a year of success
Although the $72.5 billion spent during back-to-school shopping is a nice chunk of change, it doesn't end there. Keep in mind that parents and children are already thinking beyond the first day of school-lunches, after-school snacks, sports, dances, electronics for homework, and so much more.
 
Make your store into one of the winners of the back-to-school season by finding ways to add value to a customer's daily life by keeping your brand in the conversation year-round, through special sales days, cause marketing, fun and educational events, and messaging that aligns with tweens' excitement and parental needs.

Frank Rich is founder and CEO of Encore Príst International, an organizational development company that helps individuals and organizations reach their full potential through the practice of effective business fundamentals. You may reach him at fjrich@encoreprist.com, or by phone at 866/858-4EPI. To read all ROIs in their entirety, go to Business tab at Town Link.
 
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TALENT ABOUNDS THIS WEEKEND!

Fri: R&B / Contemporary Rock with Bakklash
 Sat: Blues / Rock / Country with The Wendy May Band
Sun: JT and Anne outside, then

Singer / Songwriter Showcase inside!


    

$18 Two-course Dinner Deal
Entrees include Flame-grilled Angus Burger, Portobello Burger, Pasta, Seafood and more! This week's specials - Meatballs Pomodoro and Boneless Fried Chicken. Add petit dessert for just $3.
 
Thursday - It's JT's Birthday & we've got Cake! And (possibly) Live music. So stop by!
 
Bakklash
Five incredibly talented young musicians play a variety of Classic/Current Rock, Funk, and Jazz, performing covers from Tower of Power, Amy Winehouse, The Police, Led Zeppelin, Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Def Leppard, Gotye, Cee Lo Green, Red Hot Chili Peppers and many more!  BAKKLASH is: Manny Henry on drums, Jake Albi, rhythm guitar/lead vocals, Greg Schettino on bass/harmonies, Mark McIntyre on guitar and Megan Longwell on lead vocals. Special guest Dan Visintainer  on sax. $5 Cover.
  
The Wendy May Band
Wendy May is an extraordinarily talented vocalist and Rock guitarist. Wendy's been entertaining audiences at fairs, festivals, clubs and concerts for over 20 years, performing with musical legends such as Charlie Daniels, Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams Jr. and countless others. Wendy became a popular singer both in Nashville and in the Tri State Country Music circuit with her band, Wendy May & The Lost Dogs. Joining Wendy tonight are George Lesiw on guitar, Benj LeFevre on bass and Mike Marble on drums. Come on out and dance the night away! $5 Cover.

Sun Sept 28, 5:45 - 6:45
OUTSIDE @ the Block Party

Anne Carpenter & JT Credidio
with guest Dave McDowell
Anne & JT will open tonight's "Summer Into Fall" Block Party Series on the street in front of 12 Grapes. They perform in the fresh, folksy, foot-stomping style of singer/songwriters like Johnnyswim, Marcus Mumford, Newton Faulkner, Civil Wars and Local Natives. Dave McDowell will add a rich, soulful layer of sax and flute. 
AFTER THEIR OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE, JOIN US INSIDE FOR A SPECIAL EVENT ....

Sunday 7:15 - 9:00 (inside 12 Grapes)
Sara Carbone, Jess Erick, 
Jessi Mason, JT & Anne & more!
A "good bye" party for our son JT, who's heading out West in October. Featuring some of our favorite singer/songwriters.




SARA, JESS and JESSI will entertain us with their original music. JT & ANNE may reprise some of the songs they performed outside. 


Join us for this very special event. And help us bid a fond farewell to our son, JT as he embarks on a new life adventure.


Call for "Dinner & Show" Reservations:  914-737-6624
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Enjoy our Heirloom Tomatoes while they're still here!

Caprese Salad 
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Crispy Skin Chicken
w/ Heirlooms & Sunflower Sprout Salad
OUTDOOR DINING
LIVE MUSIC!

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5:45 pm: JT Credidio & Anne Carpenter

7pm - CONIGLIARO TRIO (jazz)


NEXT WEEK

"Sessions" with
 JP Patrick

Fri Oct 3






Sat Oct 4


Shadetree Mechanics


 





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On Sunday, September 21, 2014 10:02 PM, Catherine Borgia wrote:

Hi Friends and Neighbors:
In recognition of the growing need for connecting generations and creating “age-friendly” communities, the Westchester County Board of Legislators recently approved a resolution to establish a “Cross-Age Collaboration” policy for consideration in all County services and directives.
The “Cross-Age Collaboration” policy is meant to serve as an educational component that underscores the benefits of creating intergenerational strategies that contribute to the fiscal health, economic development and sustainability of Westchester County.
Intergenerational programs make sense because they benefit both older adults and youth. There is long standing evidence that shows that both groups achieve greater health and social benefits, which ultimately saves taxpayer dollars. The best public policies use municipal resources to create maximum benefit. Adding intergenerational components to our existing county programs is smart planning for Westchester’s residents.
The resolution, which I co-sponsored along with many of my colleagues on the Board of Legislators, requests that the County Executive, County Commissioners and Department heads use the ideals and principles inherent in the “Cross-Age” policy when creating new programs and contracts so Westchester residents can live and work with opportunities to participate in cross-generational communication, interaction, education, advocacy and volunteerism.
Simply, this new intergenerational policy will support ongoing and future efforts that will help bring our communities together. A healthy Westchester is one where the generations learn from each other, help each other and support each other, thereby offsetting the myths and biases that keep us apart.
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September 22, 2014
"This is as crooked as the day is long! The day after the election, he'll forget about Western New York."
 
That's what Carl Paladino had to say about Andrew Cuomo's "Buffalo Billion" scheme - and he's dead on. 

After getting shellacked in Western New York in 2010, Andrew Cuomo is peddling false economic hope to greater Buffalo in 2014.  And his words will ring just as hollow as Hillary Clinton's promise in her 2000 Senate campaign to create 200,000 jobs in Western New York.

The centerpiece of Cuomo's empty promise is the Riverbend project, a plan to create jobs producing solar energy.  But the companies that Cuomo claims are moving to Buffalo can't fund new facilities without massive government subsidies, and are chaired by a businessman with a history of pitting states against one another to see who will give him the most cash.  And that businessman hasn't committed to New York.

Check out this great writeup on Riverbend from City & State.  There's much more to come on this. Stay tuned.

Subsidy City: Elon Musk Knows How to Wring Money Out of Municipalities. Is New York Next?

By Jim Heaney

City & State 
September 18, 2014

New York, beware. Elon Musk knows how to squeeze governments for subsidies.
 
Earlier this month Tesla Motors, which Musk heads as chairman and CEO, got Nevada to cough up $1.3 billion-yes, B as in billion-to help subsidize construction of a plant in Reno that will manufacture batteries for Tesla's electric cars. Musk did so in a very public, brazen move in which he pitted five states against one another to see which one would ante up the most generous subsidy package. Nevada officials dug deep, swallowed hard and came up the "winner" (so to speak).
 
Musk is also chairman of SolarCity, which is in line to cash in on the Buffalo Billion program. In June SolarCity bought Silevo, a fledgling solar panel manufacturer that had previously committed to building a plant in Buffalo. The state had already agreed back in November to build and equip plants for Silevo and Soraa, an LED lighting manufacturer, at a cost of $225 million, but since purchasing Silevo, SolarCity executives have floated the prospect of a bigger plant employing more people- which, of course, would require more government assistance.
 
How much more, and what type of assistance, nobody is saying. SolarCity officials have been mum-in public, anyway-and Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not gone further than to say that accomodating the company would involve an expanded incentive package.
 
At one level the refusal by company and state officials to discuss specifics is understandable. But also ominous, given the company's ravenous appetite for government handouts, and the fact that SolarCity has not made an iron-clad commitment to building in Buffalo.
 
Consider this July 22 report in ValueWalk, an online investment website: "Several other cities across the country-including locations in California and Texas-are also under consideration as the site for SolarCity Corp's new solar-panel facility."
 
Also consider the carefully chosen words Musk and two other SolarCity honchos published in announcing their purchase of Silevo in June: "We are in discussions with the state of New York to build the initial manufacturing plant, continuing a relationship developed by the Silevo team."
 
Translation: The location of the plant apparently is in play. Advantage: SolarCity.
 
And as Musk showed with the Tesla project out west, he is not shy about exploiting his upper hand.
 
Keep reading here.

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On Monday, September 22, 2014 1:27 PM, Nick for New York wrote:
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DI IORIO SLAMS MALONEY'S SILENCE ON ISRAEL AND SNUBBED MET OPERA PROTEST APPEARANCE

Maloney backs out as Di iorio protests Monday against anti-Semitic production, calls for unconditional re-supply of Israeli munitions
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NEW YORK, NY -- Nick Di iorio, Republican nominee for Congress (NY-12), today slammed U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney's poor record on Israel and her refusal to speak in protest against the Metropolitan Opera's anti-Semitic "The Death of Klinghoffer" production.  Offered the chance to speak out against the anti-Semitic production, Maloney first agreed before backing out at the last moment.

Di iorio stated: "Maloney's decision to cancel today's protest appearance shows her true priorities do not lie with the Israeli community.  In the past, Maloney has posed as a friend of Israel, in the hopes constituents would forget she refuses to speak out against Obama's deserting Israel in its time of greatest need.  Maloney poses as pro-Israel to her constituents, but she's silent on Israel in Washington," said Di iorio.

He continued: "Last month during the Congressional Recess, I joined Democrats and Republicans alike and visited Israel to show my support.  I traveled to towns including Tel Aviv, Sderot, Beer-Sheva and met with local political leaders, rabbis, IDF soldiers, students, and war victims in hospitals.  While I visited Israel, Carolyn Maloney went to China to get her picture taken with a panda."

Di iorio, appearing at the Metropolitan Opera protest, said "When in Israel, I learned that the President's do-little attitude towards the Middle East conflict has convinced Israelis that progress towards peace isn't realistic until we have a new president in 2016.  It is scandalous that Maloney, who represents one of the most heavily Jewish districts in the country, refuses to speak out against the President and now snubs rallies against anti-Semitic entertainment.  New York deserves a representative who will take a clear and decisive stand in defense of our strongest ally in the Middle East.  America is failing to uphold its duty to protect Israel, the Middle East's beacon of democracy."

"I call on President Obama to initiate the unconditional re-supply of all munitions needed for Israel's self-defense.  Congress must pressure our President to stand with Israel.  No other president has been such a stumbling block to the Israeli struggle for peace.  It is time for Republicans and Democrats, together, to acknowledge that Israel is fighting for the survival of our democracy just as much as its own. Representatives must speak out against Obama's deferential posturing or usher in escalating violence."

Nick Di iorio, the Republican nominee, is the sole challenger running in New York's 12th Congressional District against longtime incumbent Carolyn Maloney.  Di iorio has also received support from members of the Independence Party, Libertarian Party, and Conservative Party.  The district includes the east side of Manhattan, Astoria, Long Island City, Greenpoint, & Williamsburg.  More at: www.nickfornewyork.com.

To schedule an interview, please email Di.iorio4Congress@nickfornewyork.com.
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September 23, 2014
NYGOP statement on the latest corrupt Democrat
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: David Laska
dlaska@nygop.org
518.462.2601
ALBANY... The NYGOP today released the following statement after the Daily News reported that Democratic State Senate candidate David Denenberg stole $2 million from his former employer:

"It's ironic that the same day Eric Schneiderman announced an ad campaign that absurdly claims that he's cleaning up Albany, and the day after the State Democratic Party named a witness tamperer its Chair, another Democrat has been accused of corruption," said NYGOP spokesman David Laska.
 
"Andrew Cuomo corrupted his own corruption commission while Eric Schneiderman and Tom DiNapoli turned a blind eye, allowing Democrats' Culture of Corruption to flourish unabated. David Denenberg would fit right in with Albany Democrats' cesspool. You've got to wonder: where do Democrats keep finding these people?"
 

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On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 11:58 AM, Chiaroscuro PAC wrote:



Contact: Bill O'Reilly, 212-396-9117 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 
CHIAROSCURO PAC RELEASES
"SEPARATE AND UNEQUAL" RADIO AD IN SENATE DISTRICT 41

 
Senator Terry Gipson Advocating
Non-Doctor Abortions for Low-Income Women

 
New York--Sept. 23...The Chiaroscuro PAC today announced that it will be airing a new 60-second radio advertisement in New York's 41st State Senate district, which covers Poughkeepsie and portions of the Hudson valley.  

 
The 60-second spot, entitled "Separate and Unequal," takes incumbent state senator Terry Gipson (D) to task for pushing legislation in Albany that would allow non-doctors to perform abortions in New York. It would also permit virtually unrestricted abortions through the ninth month of pregnancy.  Non-doctor abortions, if made legal, would predominantly be performed on low-income, minority women, Chiaroscuro says. The group believes believes the Gipson bill would create two categories of abortions in New York -- physician abortions for women who can afford doctors and less safe, non-physician abortions for low-income women.

 
An explosive news expose earlier this year showed that a majority of New York abortion clinics haven't been inspected in more than a dozen years.

 
"Senator Gipson's bill is wrong on so many levels, but its creation of a second tier of less safe abortions for low-income working women is especially damning," said Chiaroscuro PAC Treasurer and spokesman Greg Pfundstein. "Apparently Senator Gipson thinks doctors aren't necessary to abort the children of struggling New York women. Chiaroscuro works to educate New Yorkers about alternatives to abortions, but it also believes that women deserve the best possible medical care no matter what they decide."

 
"Separate and Unequal" can be heard here.  The full script is below.  

 

 
Separate and Unequal :60

 
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Separate but equal.

 
We thought America had evolved since then.

 
But Senator Ted O'Brien is treating poor New York women now as separate and unequal.

 
It's deplorable.

 
Senator Ted O'Brien wants non-doctors to perform abortions on New York's poorest women.

 
That's right. Most New York women have access to doctors.  But under Senator O'Brien's bill, non-doctors would perform abortions at clinics where poor, mostly minority women go.

 
Senator O'Brien would even allow non-doctors to perform abortions on girls as young as 13 or 14 years old...without their parents' knowledge.

 
It's insane.

 
Senator O'Brien claims to be progressive. Then promotes a bill like this. He oughta be ashamed of himself.

 
Poor women deserve the same medical care as everyone else, Senator O'Brien.

 
I mean, really. What are you thinking?

 
Paid for by Chiaroscuro PAC

 
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On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 1:21 PM, Nick for New York wrote:
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Friends,
Please see below for an article covering my campaign joining the protest of the Met Opera's anti-Semitic "Death of Klinghoffer" production.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/185418#.VCGbmlcqmnk

The full text is below.

Best,
Nick Di iorio
Congressional nominee, NY-12
NY Congresswoman 'Backed Out of Klinghoffer Protest'

By Gil Ronen. First published: 9/22/2014

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Please see below for an article covering my campaign joining the protest of the Met Opera's anti-Semitic "Death of Klinghoffer" production.

Nick Di iorio, Republican nominee for Congress (NY-12), slammed U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney's "poor record on Israel" Monday and what he said was her decision not to speak in a protest against the Metropolitan Opera's anti-Semitic "The Death of Klinghoffer" production.

Offered the chance to speak out against the anti-Semitic production, Maloney first agreed before backing out at the last moment, he said.

Di iorio stated: "Maloney's decision to cancel today's protest appearance shows her true priorities do not lie with the Israeli community. In the past, Maloney has posed as a friend of Israel, in the hopes constituents would forget she refuses to speak out against Obama's deserting Israel in its time of greatest need. Maloney poses as pro-Israel to her constituents, but she's silent on Israel in Washington."

He continued: "Last month during the Congressional Recess, I joined Democrats and Republicans alike and visited Israel to show my support. I traveled to towns including Tel Aviv, Sderot, Beer-Sheva and met with local political leaders, rabbis, IDF soldiers, students, and war victims in hospitals. While I visited Israel, Carolyn Maloney went to China to get her picture taken with a panda."

According to the Di iorio campaign, Di iorio appeared at the Metropolitan Opera protest and said, "When in Israel, I learned that the President's do-little attitude towards the Middle East conflict has convinced Israelis that progress towards peace isn't realistic until we have a new president in 2016. It is scandalous that Maloney, who represents one of the most heavily Jewish districts in the country, refuses to speak out against the President and now snubs rallies against anti-Semitic entertainment. New York deserves a representative who will take a clear and decisive stand in defense of our strongest ally in the Middle East. America is failing to uphold its duty to protect Israel, the Middle East's beacon of democracy.

"I call on President Obama to initiate the unconditional re-supply of all munitions needed for Israel's self-defense. Congress must pressure our President to stand with Israel. No other president has been such a stumbling block to the Israeli struggle for peace. It is time for Republicans and Democrats, together, to acknowledge that Israel is fighting for the survival of our democracy just as much as its own. Representatives must speak out against Obama's deferential posturing or usher in escalating violence."

 


Trust Seal
Nick for New York, 323 East 93rd St, New York, NY 10128
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September 23, 2014
"One Set of Rules"
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman released his first ad of the campaign season today. It's called "One Set of Rules," although a more accurate title would be "One Set of Rules for Eric Schneiderman and his friends, and Another Set of Rules for New Yorkers."
 
Eric Schneiderman's new ad is a fairytale. The sad truth is that when it comes to the rules, Schneiderman and his friends and contributors operate in a league of their own:
 
One set of rules allows his political consultant SKD Knickerbocker to have unfettered access to his office and then violate the law by not releasing what issues were brought before him.
 
One set of rules allows Vito Lopez to victimize, harass and abuse women while Eric Schneiderman signs off on hush money.
 
One set of rules allows Eric Schneiderman's lawyer to hop a flight and take a limo ride from an individual the AG is prosecuting.
 
One set of rules allows Eric Schneiderman to shake down Donald Trump for campaign contributions at the same time he is investigating Trump University
 
One set of rules allows Eric Schneiderman to shut down the Moreland Commission when it gets too close to his contributors
 
One set of rules allows Eric Schneiderman to look the other way as the head of Now New York, a not-for-profit, steals hundreds of thousands.
 
When your top lawyer loses the moral authority to enforce the law, it's time for a change. To learn more about John Cahill and his campaign for Attorney General, visit CahillForAG.com.
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On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 2:22 PM, Antonacci for the People wrote:


Contact: Brian Renna (315) 420-0039

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Antonacci: DiNapoli's Dereliction of Duty 
Comptroller fails to crack down on Tax Cheats
SYRACUSE, NY -  Bob Antonacci released a statement earlier today critical of Tom DiNapoli's failure to audit big real estate partnerships throughout New York State. 
 
"Tom DiNapoli has repeatedly ignored requests from good government groups as well as State Assembly members to crack down on tax cheats who may potentially owe the state hundreds of millions of dollars," said Antonacci. 
 
New York State Assemblyman William Colton has already sent multiple requests to State Tax Commissioner Thomas Mattox over the past two years demanding the release of any audits conducted by the State Tax Commissioner's office regarding these partnerships. 
 
But despite Mattox's assertion that hundreds of such audits are currently ongoing, the Commissioner still has yet to provide any hard information to support his claims.
 
When Ron Deutsch, executive director of New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness, raised the issue with State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, DiNapoli failed to show any interest.

The reason? Many of these real estate partnerships consist of LLC's which have contributed more than $12 million to Democratic statewide candidates since 2010.

"Comptroller DiNapoli plainly thinks his contributors are above the law," continued Antonacci.

"By allowing these LLC's and other real estate partnerships to get away with millions in tax fraud, Tom DiNapoli has not only besmirched the office of State Comptroller, but also failed the hard-working people of New York who file honest tax returns." 
 
Bob Antonacci is the two-time elected Comptroller of Onondaga County, which has the highest credit rating in New York State.
 
 
 
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On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 4:56 PM, Kieran Michael Lalor wrote:

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Accomplishment Tuesdays - Fighting for Veterans

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Dear Friends,
It’s Week 4 of Accomplishment Tuesdays. Let’s take a look at how we’ve been able to make a real difference for our veterans and servicemen and women.
Commitment to Military Education Act
In March of 2013, Washington’s sequester cuts were set to deny federal college tuition assistance funding for our servicemen and women. It was funding they had been promised when they enlisted. I lead a bipartisan effort to help and authored the Commitment to Military Education Act. My bill proposed reducing SUNY tuition for active-duty military personnel by the amount of funding lost from the federal cuts. We brought national attention to the issue and my office was contacted by legislators from other states seeking to introduce similar bills.
Eventually, Congress restored the tuition assistance. Congressman Chris Gibson said my state bill played a decisive role in his successful fight to restore the tuition assistance at the federal.
"Assemblyman Lalor’s bipartisan Commitment to Military Education Act helped to provide the momentum to find a legislative solution in Washington. Our servicemembers deserve the Tuition Assistance they were promised. I’m proud to have worked with Assemblyman Lalor to secure that promise."
- Congressman Chris Gibson
Honoring Iraq Vets
As the first and only Iraq veteran in the Assembly, I was proud to author a resolution recognizing New Yorkers who served in Iraq and honoring those New Yorkers who gave their lives while fighting in Iraq. The resolution passed on the 10th anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
"Assemblyman Lalor's resolution helps remind us that the sacrifices should not be forgotten. As a fellow Iraq veteran, Assemblyman Lalor can personally understand what we fought for and what it meant to each of us. It's also great to know we have one of our own fighting for us in Albany."
- Trent Atkinson, Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran, Wappingers Falls
Remembering D-Day
I was proud to host and organize a Dutchess County commemoration of the 70th anniversary of D-Day this June. We were honored to be joined by several WWII vets and the surviving family members of three D-Day veterans. I’m proud to make a contribution to remembering their service and bravery. I was inspired by the amazing turnout for the event. Across generations, Dutchess County came out to remember D-Day.
"Thank you Assemblyman Lalor for helping to remember the soldiers and sailors, including my father, who fought to free Europe on D-Day. Their sacrifices are not forgotten."
- Janice Ragazzo, daughter of D-Day veteran, Hopewell Jct.
Helping Vets
This year, the assembly and senate passed, A.6974 to allow New York State employees who are veterans to buy up to three years of service credit in the state retirement system. I was a proud cosponsor of the bill. They all sacrificed to serve. This was the right thing to do for them.
"On the day this legislation passed, Assemblyman Lalor called me from the floor of the Assembly with the news. I’ve been fighting for this bill for a long time. You don’t expect a personal call from a politician with an update. That Kieran called says everything about his commitment to his constituents."
- Dr. Chris Valente, veteran, Hopewell Jct.

You can check out the first three Accomplishment Tuesdays herehere and here.

Sincerely,
Kieran

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Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor, a former teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes in Poughkeepsie, is a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel. Lalor is of counsel to the law firm Gaines, Novick, Ponzini, Cossu & Venditti. He is a graduate of John Jay High School, Providence College and Pace Law School and lives in Hopewell Jct. with his wife Mary Jo and their four young children Katie, Riley, Mikey and Kieran Jr..
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Contact:  Jessica Proud (914) 438-5325                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
     
Gov. Cuomo Takes $2.7 million in Donations; Gives $7.2 Billion in State Contracts Back -- to Same Contributors
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"ANDREW CUOMO IS WORST CORPORATE CRONYIST IN STATE HISTORY," ROB ASTORINO, SEPTEMBER 21, 2014
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"Next year is an election year, and it will be an accountability year," Andrew Cuomo, October 31, 2013
NOTE: A 100-page list of Mr. Cuomo's pay-to-play contracts are linked here.
New York--Sept. 24...New York Governor Andrew Cuomo vowed to the people of New York State in 2010 that, if they elected him governor, he would clean up Albany's infamous corporate cronyism and it's corrupt pay-to-play system that drives up taxes for families and chases away businesses without the means or desire to pay for access to state political leaders. Since then, "Governor Cuomo has proved to be the worst corporate cronyist in the history of this state," reform gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino today charged.
Mr. Astorino pointed to $7.2 billion that the state has awarded under Mr. Cuomo to corporations that have donated $2.7 million to Mr. Cuomo's campaign committee.
"This perfectly illustrates Mr. Cuomo's modus operandi," Mr. Astorino, the two-term Westchester County Executive, said. "He promises to do what the voters most want; then when the camera lights go dark he turns around and does the exact opposite. Mr. Cuomo has played New York reformers for fools, whether they be from the political left, right or center."
Governor Cuomo promised to clean up other Albany corruption, creating a Moreland Commission to investigate wrongdoing. Now, Mr. Cuomo is under federal investigation after shutting down the commission when it began looking at his administration and contributors.
"Andrew Cuomo was quoted on Halloween last year saying, 'Next year is an election year, and it will be an accountability year.' "Well next year is now, and Andrew Cuomo needs to account for each of these contracts he gave his contributors," Mr. Astorino continued. "Anyone who wants to reform Albany government must weigh in now to demand that accounting."

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On Wednesday, September 24, 2014 11:32 AM, Chris Covucci wrote:

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Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor 
For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 24, 2014
Contact: Chris Covucci - (845) 309-2654
Cuomo Hands Out Corporate Welfare to Company Under Federal Investigation For Bilking Taxpayers
East Fishkill, NY - (9/24/14) - Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R,C,I - East Fishkill) is questioning the wisdom of Governor Cuomo's $750 million plan to subsidize billionaire Elon Musk's SolarCity. The company has been under federal investigation for lying about the cost of solar panel installations to receive more federal subsidies than it deserves.

"This is a company under investigation for scamming taxpayers and consumers," said Lalor. "Why is New York handing them 750 million tax dollars? How can we possibly trust this company to follow its part of the agreement? How can we know the federal investigation won't end with SolarCity closing its doors? Governor Cuomo's corporate welfare isn't going to turn New York's economy around. It's risky. It's unfair to all of the taxpayers who are subsidizing Cuomo's cronies. And it doesn't change the basic problem, New York's taxes and regulations make this a tough state for businesses. It's so bad we have to bribe companies to come here."

Yesterday, New York State announced it would be contributing $750 million for construction and equipment at SolarCity facilities upstate. SolarCity has been accused of inflating costs in order to receive more federal tax subsidies than it is actually eligible for.

Lalor continued, "It looks like taxpayers can't trust SolarCity. They're running a scam. Why are we giving them $750 million? This is a risky deal. The only thing we know for sure is that when government picks winners and losers, taxpayers usually lose."
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Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor, a former teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes in Poughkeepsie, is a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel. Lalor is of counsel to the law firm Gaines, Novick, Ponzini, Cossu & Venditti. He is a graduate of John Jay High School, Providence College and Pace Law School and lives in Hopewell Jct. with his wife Mary Jo and their four young children Katie, Riley, Mikey and Kieran Jr..
 
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Contact:
 Jessica Proud
(914) 438-5325
                   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Note to New York News Media: Following Rob Astorino's news release this morning about Governor Cuomo's corporate cronyism and pay-to-play policies, Mr. Astorino's long-time fundraiser emailed us the four-sentence observation below. It was not intended for attribution, but it captured, far better than our press release did, the exact nature of Governor Cuomo's fundraising, so we're sharing it with you here.  
 
We believe -- indeed, we charge -- that individuals within the Cuomo Administration are putting a heavy hand on New York's business community for money, and we challenge Mr. Cuomo to deny it. (We bet he refuses to answer the question.) 

 
Thank you for your time. 
 
Christina Sofia Comer's observation is below. 

 --Astorino Press Team

 
Quote from Christina Sofia Comer, 
20-Year New York Fundraiser 
"Business people are telling us all the time that they are being pressured at a high level to give money to Andrew Cuomo, and not from low-level fundraising types.  You don't get millions of dollars from a direct mail piece or email solicitation. Someone at a high level in the Cuomo Administration has to be making these asks and demands.  Big checks don't appear without pressure, not $40 million worth."

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Don't Use the Army to Fight Ebola
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140922120723-43638414-don-t-use-the-army-to-fight-ebola?trk=prof-post
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U.N. Opens 69th Session: Important, or a Waste of Time?
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140923132427-43638414-u-n-opens-69th-session-important-or-a-waste-of-time?trk=prof-post
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Lost in Space
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140924131729-43638414-lost-in-space?trk=prof-post
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Dominic Carter keynotes at St. Barnabas Church
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140921195652-97712986-dominic-carter-keynotes-at-st-barnabas-church?trk=hb_ntf_MEGAPHONE_ARTICLE_POST
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Dear Readers: This gives me a chance to plug my business ATOM TAXI INC.  


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We do not take credit cards, sorry. 
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LINKS: atom_taxi@yahoo.com(as this a yahoo address make sure you put an underscore (-) between atom and taxi) 


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