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Opinion: The Re-education of President Trump

Opinion: The Re-education of President Trump

By Uchenna Ekwo It is easy for Trump’s critics to label him as racist, narcissistic, ignorant, bigot, arrogant, misogynist, controversial, and suffering from intellectual disability and so on. Regardless of the opinion of his detractors, what is clear is that […]

by · January 16, 2018 · Immigration Issues, News, Opinion
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Vernuccio’s View: Cutting Aid to Pakistan Long Overdue

President Donald Trump’s decision to cut aid to Pakistan was long overdue. Legitimate questions had been raised in the past concerning U.S. financial assistance to Pakistan. The Islamabad government has continued to turn a blind eye towards terrorist activities within […]

by · January 10, 2018 · Opinion, Vernuccio's View
Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

New York needs to get its fiscal house in order

Legislative Column from Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R-Canandaigua) This week, Gov. Cuomo devoted a great deal of his State of the State address explaining how the newly-passed federal tax reform bill will hurt New York. If you look […]

by · January 7, 2018 · Opinion
Vernuccio’s View: Russia’s Heightened Military Threat

Vernuccio’s View: Russia’s Heightened Military Threat

The Trump Administration is levying sanctions on Russia for violating a nuclear arms pact. It’s a response the Obama Administration failed to make. The White House move is part of its attitude of realism in dealing with international threats. Todd […]

Robert Press, columnist, 100 Percent Bronx

100 Percent Bronx – Looking Ahead to 2018

Surprises to look for in the upcoming election season:

A possible challenge to Rep. Jose Serrano. 

Council Member Rev. Rubén Diaz Sr.

WYSK: CM Diaz Offers Fire Advice to Mayor de Blasio

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW: A RECOMMENDATION FOR THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK  By Councilman Rev. Rubén Díaz District 18 Bronx You should know that in the recent fire where twelve people may have unnecessarily lost their lives […]

by · January 1, 2018 · News, Opinion, What You Should Know
A New You For a New Year!

A New You For a New Year!

By Re. Dr. J. Loren Russell Ephesians 4:22 – 27 (KJV) That ye put off concerning the former conversation the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts; And be renewed in the spirit of your mind; And […]

by · December 31, 2017 · Matters of Faith, Opinion, Religion
Trump: "As President of the United States of America, I will ALWAYS put #AmericaFirst 🇺🇸 #UNGA" [Twitter] WH.Gov

Vernuccio’s View: 2018’s Key Resolutions

The fresh attitude brought about by a New Year should lead to resolutions effectively addressing the most serious and long-standing problems affecting the nation.   There are several issues that, if effectively dealt with, could dramatically improve the nation. Health care […]

by · December 26, 2017 · Opinion, Vernuccio's View
Councilman-elect Ruben Diaz, Sr.

WYSK: My New Year’s Prayers

What You Should Know – My New Year’s Prayers By Senator Rev Rubén Díaz What you should and already know is that the year 2018 is almost here. You should know that on December 31st while thousands of people choose […]

by · December 26, 2017 · News, Opinion, What You Should Know
NASA astronaut and Expedition 46 Commander Scott Kelly and his Russian counterpart Mikhail Kornienko returned to Earth Tuesday after a historic 340-day mission aboard the International Space Station.

Vernuccio’s View: America to Return to Moon, Economy to Benefit

The New Year will see a new start for America’s manned space program, and the U.S. economy President Trump has signed a Presidential Memorandum designed to “Reinvigorate America’s Human Space Exploration Program.  The document proclaims “Beginning with missions beyond low-Earth orbit, the […]

by · December 20, 2017 · News, Opinion, Science, Vernuccio's View
Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, President of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade

WYSK: Oscar Lopez Rivera & Mark Gjonaj’s Assembly District

What You Should Know By State Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz 32nd Senatorial District Oscar Rivera Lopez & Mark Gjonaj’s Assembly District You should know that since Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj, has been elected to the seat previously occupied by Council Member […]

Taking It To the Street’s: NFL Players Kneeling During the National Anthem

Taking It To the Street’s: NFL Players Kneeling During the National Anthem

Taking It To the Street’s by David Greene This week we asked sports fans their thoughts on the NFL players protest of kneeling during the National Anthem. “There kneeling for a good cause. The way the world is right now, […]

by · November 7, 2017 · Opinion, Photos
7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Wrath

7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Wrath

By Ruth Papazian   7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Wrath Numerous media reports about Mayor Bill de Blasio (a/k/a De Zastero) include the words “lashed out” in the hed or lede, and New York Post calls him “America’s […]

by · November 6, 2017 · Opinion
7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Sloth

7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Sloth

By Ruth Papazian   7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Sloth Rolling into his City Hall office at 10 a.m. after working out at a gym near his home in Brooklyn, Mayor Bill de Blasio (a/k/a De Zastero) habitually crashes […]

by · November 6, 2017 · Opinion
7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Pride

7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Pride

By Ruth Papazian   7 Deadly Sins of Mayor De Zastero: Pride Mayor Bill de Blasio’s (a/k/a De Zastero) time is simply more valuable than yours—unless you’re a donor:   He arrived 20 minutes late to the 13th annual memorial ceremony for the 265 […]

by · November 6, 2017 · Opinion