Facebook Group Page

Stossel: Government control tends to curb free expression

Friends I’m compelled to share this article with you, it speaks to the power of the Tea Party movement and to our independence from an overbearing and overly intrusive government.

Here’s an excerpt:

Independence in politics means that you can actually dictate some of the terms to our overlords,” Welch and Gillespie write, adding that we need independence not just in politics but from politics. Welch said, “When we look at the places where government either directly controls or heavily regulates things, like K-12 education, health care, retirement, things are going poorly.”

http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20110630/COLUMNISTS03/106300313/Stossel-Government-control-tends-curb-free-expression?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Opinion

Bookmark: del.icio.us Digg Facebook Google Google Reader Ask.com MyStuff Ask.com Yahoo! MyWeb Netscape Newsgator StumbleUpon Technorati
Print This Post Print This Post

The Town of Fishkill has not adopted realistic budgets

http://www.osc.state.ny.us/localgov/audits/towns/2010/fishkill.pdf

 

Bookmark: del.icio.us Digg Facebook Google Google Reader Ask.com MyStuff Ask.com Yahoo! MyWeb Netscape Newsgator StumbleUpon Technorati
Print This Post Print This Post

New Faces of Fishkill

The Town of Fishkill Republican Committee has endorsed a slate of candidates that will bring a new set of ideas, a new thought process, and a breath of fresh air to politics in Fishkill.  The Committee has nomiated Bob LaColla for Town Supervisor, Tony Curry and Kurt Buck for Town Councilman, Bob Rahemba and Harold Epstein for Town Judge,  Glen Scofield for Highway Superintendent, and Ori Brachfeld and Jim Miccio for County Legislator.

The selection of Bob LaColla for Supervisor marks a turning point for the Committee and a drastic departure from the status quo.  The state of the Town’s finances and results of a recent audit by the New York State Comptroller as well as a lack of cooperation among Town Board members has prompted a call for change.

Read more…

Bookmark: del.icio.us Digg Facebook Google Google Reader Ask.com MyStuff Ask.com Yahoo! MyWeb Netscape Newsgator StumbleUpon Technorati
Print This Post Print This Post