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Sliwa, Borelli, NYC Republicans rally against COVID vaccine mandate
August 16, 2021

Sliwa, Borelli, NYC Republicans rally against COVID vaccine mandate

GOP mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa and some local Republican leaders were among 300 people at a Manhattan rally Sunday to protest Mayor Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate for city employees and indoor venues. “Let people have individual rights and freedom — and not the boot, crushing the life out of our economic system, your ability […]

New York’s vaccine passport scheme could have a nasty side effect
August 04, 2021

New York’s vaccine passport scheme could have a nasty side effect

By John Fund The latest French export to the United States is a requirement that people show proof of vaccination to visit indoor bars, concert venues, restaurants and gyms. But will it work? On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City will be the first American metropolis to import the French health […]

Biden, Pelosi, Schumer, Gillibrand And Many More Call On Cuomo To Resign
August 04, 2021

Biden, Pelosi, Schumer, Gillibrand And Many More Call On Cuomo To Resign

Dick Brennan August 4, 2021 NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There are renewed calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign Tuesday after New York Attorney General Letitia James announced an independent investigation found the governor sexually harassed multiple women. “I think he should resign,” President Joe Biden said. So what’s next? As CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports, […]

NYDN Op-Ed: We aren’t going back to lockdowns: COVID is all about personal responsibility now
August 03, 2021

NYDN Op-Ed: We aren’t going back to lockdowns: COVID is all about personal responsibility now

Aug 03, 2021 at 10:00 AM “We’re all in this together” was the global rallying cry as the early waves of the COVID-19 pandemic stretched far and wide. Those were the days of communal lockdowns, shared sacrifice, “flattening the curve” and all that. Kudos to all for participating, but New York must be past that […]

‘Fearful’ NYC violence may stay if radical Democrats don’t leave office
August 02, 2021

‘Fearful’ NYC violence may stay if radical Democrats don’t leave office

Councilman Joe Borelli appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss the growing crime wave in NYC

At rally led by Borelli and Fossella, parents call on mayor and governor to lift mask mandate in schools
July 28, 2021

At rally led by Borelli and Fossella, parents call on mayor and governor to lift mask mandate in schools

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — “Don’t burden these young people,” Staten Island Borough President candidate Vito Fossella said Monday, in reference to the city-wide mandate that children wear masks in public schools. Fossella, Councilman Joseph Borelli (R-South Shore), and concerned families gathered outside of P.S. 32 in Great Kills on Monday morning to call on the […]

Parents, pols rip de Blasio fall school plan for masks, no remote option
July 26, 2021

Parents, pols rip de Blasio fall school plan for masks, no remote option

By Reuven Fenton, Lorena Mongelli and Julia Marsh Parents and political leaders on Monday ripped Mayor de Blasio’s coronavirus school regulations — both for its lack of a remote option this fall and a requirement that students wear masks. A dozen public school parents gathered outside the United Federation of Teachers headquarters in lower Manhattan […]

Council hopeful calls NYPD a ‘white supremacist institution’, wants budget eliminated
July 16, 2021

Council hopeful calls NYPD a ‘white supremacist institution’, wants budget eliminated

By Julia Marsh A political newcomer who’s likely to take over the Harlem City Council seat long held by Bill Perkins believes the NYPD is a “white supremacist institution” and wants to cut its budget to $0. “Police in this country began as slave patrols. It’s a white supremacist institution at its core,” Kristin Richardson […]

Bursts of color, sprinklers and more: New sensory playground opens in Huguenot
July 15, 2021

Bursts of color, sprinklers and more: New sensory playground opens in Huguenot

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Various officials attended the ribbon-cutting of the brand new E.M.T. Christopher J. Prescott Sensory Playground — designed to provide fun for all children, including those with autism spectrum disorder and sensory processing disorder — in Huguenot Thursday morning. The park, located next to Bernstein Intermediate School (I.S. 7), is named after […]