Fractured Communities and the Path to Happiness

In my recent interview for PolitiPeeps, I sat with Larry Sharpe to discuss happiness. With changing times, each new generation faces challenges that align with the culture, technology, and other characteristics of the period. He says change is a constant, but this time around the changes are profoundly different. Social media has fractured every aspect […]

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 How to Decrease Poverty in America

The minimum wage was initiated to challenge poverty. Yet, even at $15 per hour, is it more than just a temporary fix? I sat with Larry Sharpe to learn more about his method for decreasing poverty in America: ownership. Small Business Ownership Larry said that there is a systemic lack of ownership that’s noticeable in […]

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 Victimless Crimes in New York

No Victim, No Crime NY SAFE Act, Drug Laws: Stop punishing people for pretend “crimes.” Pardon those already in jail. by Dan Smith It used to be common sense that you needed a victim in order for a crime to have been committed. No one would argue that if you steal, commit fraud or physically […]

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 Larry Sharpe responds to Cuomo’s latest gun confiscation proposal

BRONX, New York, June 5, 2018 – New York Gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe (L) has issued the following response to Cuomo’s proposal to allow teachers and administrators of schools to petition judges to confiscate guns from the homes of troubled students: “With the poorly named SAFE Act, His Majesty, King Andrew created thousands of criminals […]

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 Should we ban shooting sports in schools?

Should we ban shooting sports in schools? Some legislators in Albany think so. I recently learned of Bill A10428 which would ban archery, rifle and all other shooting sports from New York public schools statewide.  Assemblywoman Rosenthall (D-Manhattan) believes this will make children safer by never teaching them anything about shooting sports and will reduce […]

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