Posts Tagged ‘ Queens ’

2 Crimes

2 Crimes

Update: Suspect taken into custody. In Switzerland, however, the suspect has died of his wounds.  So far Swiss authorities have not come to the conclusion that the stabbing spree/arson attack on train passengers was linked to terrorism. Then again, we should recall that German and Scandinavian law enforcement have engaged in a systemic coverup...
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Precinct Results (New York Primary)

Precinct Results (New York Primary)

Update: An explanation of the delegate selection process, as well as CD vote totals.  Overview of the primary, by the New York Times. 
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Personal and Public Ethics

Personal and Public Ethics

The resignation of John Kitzhaber should come as no surprise to those of us who’ve been monitoring the career of both he and his inamorata, whose recent past includes the disclosure of immigration fraud. A revelation that dovetailed perfectly with this particular couple’s militant open borders activism, including an ACLU-endorsed campaign to invest illegal...
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New York Votes (Our Endorsements)

New York Votes (Our Endorsements)

This is Election Day in New York City-among other localities-which means that we will be choosing a replacement for El Bloombito-who has other priorities-as well as numerous members of the City Council. For those readers living in Astoria, we recommend Daniel Peterson. Seeking the seat of outgoing councilman Peter Vallone Jr., Mr. Peterson has...
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The Beautiful Mosaic

More information about Huang Chen’s colorful past has been disclosed in the wake of this week’s horrific murder in Flushing, Queens. Chen, 47, was charged with murder, stalking, weapons possession and tampering with physical evidence. An undocumented Chinese immigrant, Chen had been tormenting Wu for years, apparently because the employment agency she ran with...
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Preserving The Past, Looking To The Future

Preserving The Past, Looking To The Future

One of the overlooked gems of New York is the Queens County Farm Museum, which sits on the largest tract of undisturbed farmland in the entire city and has been in operation for over three centuries. With summer rapidly fading into fall, I thought it appropriate to take a moment to reflect upon the...
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Take Me Out To The Ball Game

Take Me Out To The Ball Game

Even though the New York Metropolitans is not Major League Baseball’s most storied franchise, the team does have its ardent supporters.  If you happen to be one, or even if you’re not but would like to spend a pleasant spring day watching a somewhat professional baseball team play at Citi Field-seen in the photo above-the Mets are offering...
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Accomplice to the Crime

Anyone who is a regular reader of this website is fully aware of the carnage wrought by our government’s negligent attitude towards enforcing this country’s immigration laws. That’s why it’s so refreshing to see a dogmatically open borders leftist rag like the Boston Globe publish an investigative piece which exposes the systemic crime-including rape,...
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National Day of Action (Hurricane Sandy Relief)

National Day of Action (Hurricane Sandy Relief)

One of the communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy is the Rockaways, a peninsula of Long Island located in the borough of Queens. Known for its many Irish and Irish-American residents, this part of New York City-among other neighborhoods-will be the beneficiary of outreach by a coalition of Irish organizations this coming Saturday. You can...
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More Giving Opportunities (Hurricane Sandy Relief)

Here’s a quick rundown of Hurricane Sandy relief efforts being organized around New York State and in cyberspace-in addition to the relief mission by Heritage Baptist Church tomorrow morning. -This Sunday, from 4 to 10 PM, there will be a Sandy Relief Jam held at Mulcahy’s on Long Island. –Care for Sandy is offering...
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