Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Bazzo Says: It's All Based on a Lie

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In June 2016, President Obama stated during a fundraising speech that cops could do a lot to lessen violence against them if they admitted their mistakes. In other words: if they admitted that there is a bias in policing in minority communities by white police officers.

Let’s take a close look at these mistakes. The following data comes from the Obama Justice Department, the New York Police Department, The National Institute of Justice and a study by the University of Washington.

The Justice Department under Obama came out with a report in March of 2015 that found that black and Hispanic officers were actually far more likely to shoot unarmed black suspects under what’s known as “threat misperception” (the false belief that the suspect is armed); that it happens much more than with white officers.

Black officers in the New York Police Department were 3.3 times more likely to use their guns at shooting scenes than white officers. So, the bottom line here is the Black Lives Matter movement that is based on white officers attacking blacks is simply not true. You see, not everything everybody is being told by this president, his justice Department under both Holder and Lynch, the Democrat Party and their media cohorts believes, is true.

Start with Ferguson. You are led to believe it happens almost every week, and it does not! I picked Ferguson because it is where Black Lives Matter became front and center. By the way, Black Lives Matter is funded by George Soros to the tune of $33 million, making them a Democrat front group. I picked Ferguson because “hands up, don’t shoot” never happened.

The entire narrative told to you by this administration was a lie. Yet, how many people in this country, how many in the minority community, believe that it did, to this day? (You saw clips in the news recently of protesters marching, chanting that slogan.)

President Obama has lied to the nation and embraces the Black Lives Matter myth that there is a racist war by white officers against black civilians in this country. The fact is, there’s no government agency more dedicated to the proposition that Black Lives Matter than the police. Proactive policing has saved tens of thousands of minority lives since the mid 1990s.

Here is another fact: 12 percent of all whites and Hispanics who die of homicide are killed by police officers. Four percent of all blacks, homicide victims, are killed by police officers. The fact is, that over 6,000 blacks die of homicide each year, more than white and Hispanic homicide victims combined. This, even though blacks are 13 percent of the nation’s population.

 The reason they are dying of homicide at a rate six times higher than whites and Hispanics combined is because they commit homicide at eight times the rate higher than whites and Hispanics combined. This type of crime disparity means that when the police are trying to save lives, they are in minority neighborhoods confronting people engaged in drive by shootings, killing children. This is the context liberals love to leave out when spouting the figures of “stop and frisk” and traffic stops. Fact is, cops go where the crime is; not where they can boss over people for the hell of it.

Another fact: Over the last decade, black males made up 40 percent of all cop killers. Truth be told, according to figures, a police officer is 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male is likely to be killed by a police officer.

So why spread a myth their own Justice Department figures show is untrue? Easy. The Obama Department of Justice uses the myth to force federal guidelines on local police departments. They’ve done it in over 30 communities now, including Ferguson and Baltimore.

Like health care and zoning codes, they are trying to nationalize policing and take it away from local authorities. If these state and local governments do not comply? They are threatened with removal of federal funds. In the private sector, this is either coercion, or blackmail, if you like.

Criminologists were salivating at the thought that the 2008 recession would prove their favorite theory of crime: It is driven by economic need. However, crime continued to drop nationally through the recession to record lows. It was also dropping through the first half of 2014. For the record, during the 1960s, which saw another spike of violent crime, we had a very strong economy. It has now made a rapid reverse course and it began rising after the Michael Brown hoax in Ferguson.

I believe this is because the police had started to pull back on pro-active policing. Here in New York, you would know it as “the broken windows theory.” Residents of New York City believe crime is on an uptick. Of course, the government keeps releasing data showing otherwise. Yet, the people are confused. Are they to believe a government that has not been entirely truthful or their own lying eyes?

So, here we are. A political party and administration trying to stoke the flames of hatred, blaming it on the opposition and the people who support the other side. Why? All in the name of consolidation on a national level and for more power over the states and local communities. To vote for Democrats in federal election is to surrender your power to the national government, all based on a lie.

This is what I say. What say you?

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Friday, July 22, 2016

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1) Town Of Yorktown: Town Board addresses sober house issues 07/19/16

2) NEWS: Maloney Continues “Made in New York” Manufacturing Tour in Orange County

3) SATURDAY: Maloney to Hold 58th “Speak with Sean” Event With Neighborhood Office Hours in Bedford, Mahopac, and Beacon

4) Senator Terrence Murphy Announces Hopewell Junction Home to Join Register of Historic Places

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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown

Town Board
July 19, 2016

Meeting highlights. For a summary of other agenda items, visit

1. Speed zones: Schools and park districts/Public hearing
The board added three schools to the 15 mph school zone list and several park to the 25 mph park zone list.

2. Railroad Station
The board gave the supervisor the authorization to re-sign a revised agreement for up to $46,957 with Walter Sedovic Architects for services related to the restoration of the railroad station.

3. Street lights
Four lights on Commerce Street that have been missing for many years have been installed. Highway Superintendent Paganelli discussed the need to repair other street lights.

4. Fog lines
Highway Superintendent Paganelli advised the board that he expects delivery in about 10 days of the machine that will enable his department to paint fog lines on certain streets so motorists can see the edge of the road.

5. Sober house (482 Underhill Avenue)
After one resident asked when the board would it would hold the required annual meeting with the facility owner, a second resident asked why he hasn’t gotten any response to an email requesting an emergency meeting to discuss what appears to be the abandonment of the facility. There was also a brief discussion of possible certification changes at the facility.

6. Solar panels
A resident raised questions about the legality of installing industrial sized solar panels in the backyard of a house.

7. Available grant funds
A resident asked whether the town was going to apply for the $175,000 grant available to Yorktown, without a match requirement, for water quality and stormwater projects.


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Maloney Continues “Made in New York” Manufacturing Tour in Orange County
Newburgh, NY — Today, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney continued his “Made in New York” tour with stops at three Hudson Valley employers in Orange County. He met with business owners and employees and talked about ways to expand manufacturing, grow the economy and create jobs in New York. During the tour, Rep. Maloney visited Takasago International Corporation in Harriman, President Container in Middletown, and GTI Graphic Technology in Newburgh.
I started my own business, so I know firsthand that the private sector is America’s job creation engine – and meeting with local employers and talking to workers is the best way I can hear about their ideas to bring jobs back to New York, specifically high-tech manufacturing jobs,” said Maloney. “Manufacturing is so important to our country, and we have to work with business leaders and elected officials at all levels to strengthen it and get qualified, hardworking Americans working again.”
“We are very pleased that Congressman Maloney continues to take an interest in the success of manufacturing firms in his district,” said Harold King, Executive Vice President of The Council of Industry. “The success of firms like President Container and GTI are vital to our regional economy.  Congressman Maloney has a well-deserved reputation as a problem solver, and the more familiar the Congressman is with the challenges and opportunities facing these companies the more he will be able to bring those problem solving skills to bear to help them thrive in the Hudson Valley.”
As part of Rep. Maloney’s “Made in New York” tour, he has stopped by dozens of businesses in the Hudson Valley, including Thornwillow Press in Newburgh, and Nexans in Chester. He has also hosted main street tours across the Hudson Valley, including in Mahopac, Wappingers Falls, Goshen, Middletown, and Highland Falls. During his first term in Congress, Rep. Maloney and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand introduced the bicameral Made in America Manufacturing Act to revitalize domestic manufacturing by encouraging states and regional public-private partnerships to design comprehensive strategies to spur local manufacturing. Last year, the Council of Industry named Rep. Maloney a “Manufacturing Champion” for his support of local manufacturing.
Takasago International is a major global producer of flavors and fragrances headquartered in Japan. Takasago provides fragrances and flavors to producers throughout the world and have offices in New York and other cities throughout the world. President Container is one of the largest manufacturers of corrugated boxes and point of purchase displays in North America. Founded in 1947, the company has integrated sustainability as a primary concern in manufacturing, and is the proud home to the largest privately-owned solar farm in the State of New York. CTI Graphic Technology is an international high-tech company which focuses on lighting systems and color services used in the textile, plastics, paint, automotive, food, retails and cosmetics industries.

July 22, 2016
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Maloney to Hold 58th “Speak with Sean” Event With Neighborhood Office Hours in Bedford, Mahopac, and Beacon
Newburgh, NY — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney will hold his 58th “Speak with Sean” event by holding Neighborhood Office Hours in Bedford, Mahopac, and Beacon. Neighborhood Office Hours are an opportunity for constituents to share any questions, comments and concerns one-on-one with Rep. Maloney. In addition, Rep. Maloney and his staff are available to assist with any problems folks from the Hudson Valley may be having with a federal government agency, such as the Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or the Veterans Administration. 
“I’m here to work for folks in the Hudson Valley, and our office is here to be their advocate and help cut through any bureaucratic red tape of the federal government,” said Rep. Maloney. “Too often people feel like no one is fighting for them, and neighborhood office hours is one of the best ways I can meet with my neighbors throughout the Hudson Valley to hear how we can better serve them.”
Representative Maloney’s office has handled over 3,500 individual cases, and so far, Rep. Maloney has helped return more than $6 million to Hudson Valley taxpayers who were owed Social Security checks, veterans’ benefits, tax refunds and other payments from the federal government.
Media are invited to attend all events. Please RSVP to Caitlin Girouard at 202-225-5441 or
WHO:                      Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
WHEN:                   Saturday, July 23rd from 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
WHERE:                Bedford Free Library at 32 Village Green in Bedford
WHO:                      Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
WHEN:                   Saturday, July 23rd from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
WHERE:                Mahopac Public Library at 668 Route Six in Mahopac
WHO:                      Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney
WHEN:                   Saturday, July 23rd from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
WHERE:                Beacon Municipal Center at 1 Municipal Plaza in Beacon

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Haxtun-Tower House has been listed on the NYS Register of Historic Places.
Haxtun-Tower House has added to the NYS Register of Historic Places

BEEKMAN, NY - Senator Terrence Murphy is pleased to announce that the Haxtun-Tower House in Hopewell Junction has been listed on the New York State Register of Historic Places. A State Review Board made the recommendation to Rose Harvey, the Commissioner New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation who also serves as the State Historic Preservation Officer.

The nomination of the property will now be forwarded to the Keeper of the National Register in Washington, D.C. If the nomination is approved, the Haxtun-Tower House will then be listed on the National Register.

"It is important we recognize our connections to the past because they can help shape our future," said Senator Murphy. "The Haxtun-Tower House is a link to the way families lived in Dutchess County in the nineteenth century. It incorporates design influences popular during the County's industrial growth, as well as when it served as a luxurious summer home."

"The Haxtun-Tower House serves as a testimony to the success of its original builder, William Haxtun, and the house's second owner, Albert Tower, both of whom were involved in the Dutchess County iron mining industry," said Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro. "The house stands as a monument to Dutchess County's deep industrial roots and the importance of iron mining and refining in eastern Dutchess, and is well deserving of its nomination to the New York State Register of Historic Houses."

Barbara Zulauf, Beekman Town Supervisor said, "Congratulations to The Haxtun Tower House on its appointment to the New York State Register of Historic Places. I am thrilled to see that a piece of Beekman history is still around for all to appreciate. The Haxtun-Tower House is important to Beekman because it provides a sense of our place in history."

Dutchess County Clerk Brad Kendall, who had the opportunity to live in the home growing up, added, "I'd like to congratulate Jeanine Agnolet and David Rado on the successful nomination of the Haxtun-Tower House to the New York State Register of Historic Houses. As one of the earliest farms in Beekman, it was integral to the development of the town. My mother, Gay Kendall, former Town of Beekman Historian lived in the home with her husband Robert from 1961 until 2013.  She would be very pleased with this achievement."

The Haxtun-Tower House was built in 1850 for William Haxtun and expanded in 1870 for Albert Tower. The design and level of decorative detail reflect the wealth Haxtun had achieved as a young man, as well as the importance and value of iron mining in Beekman during the nineteenth century. Tower's improvements to the property reflected his dreams for a grand summer home.

The Haxtun family was among the first families to settle in the Beekman area. Family patriarch Elnathan Haxtun owned several hundred acres of land in Beekman and operated a farm. While out exploring in 1846, fourteen- year-old William discovered substantial iron deposits. When he was twenty, William chose a prominent location on Beekman Road to construct a house in the Greek Revival style, which was popular in the Hudson Valley between 1830 and 1850.

In 1867, the Haxtun's sold the most valuable portion of his land to Poughkeepsie iron baron Albert E. Tower. Soon after, Tower turned the house into a summer retreat, expanding it to its current size. His sons, Albert Jr. and Joseph, ran an active mine on the property when they inherited the house. After the mining operation came to a close, the brothers expanded the farm operations at the old Haxtun farm.

The Haxtun's sold the property to William Baker in 1929. The house was subdivided from the agricultural acreage by John Walker in 1954. The house was sold to Gertrude Kohlman and Agnes Sams in 1955. Kohlman and Sams transferred the property to the Kendall family. The Kendall's cared for the house for over fifty years before selling it to the current owners.

Senator Terrence Murphy, 691 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588

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