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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 Banning natural gas in New York is bad for the state, New England

By: Russ Clark In announcing his candidacy for the New York Governorship, Howie Hawkins mentioned that he would ban all new natural gas pipelines and facilities in New York. Not only is this bad policy for New York, it is bad policy for all of New England. Under the Natural Gas Act, signed into law […]

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 New York’s Trend Towards Indentured Servitude

  Indenturing Our Children Student Loans Indenture Our Children; Governor Cuomo Becomes a Feudal Lord Over New York’s Student Serfs By Dan Smith Stories about young people saddled with loads of school debts are everywhere today.  With almost $1.5 trillion of outstanding student loan debt, more than 44 million Americans have student loan debt. That […]

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 Candidate Larry Sharpe visiting the sites of alleged corruption in the Cuomo administration Monday

NEW YORK, New York, February 16, 2018 – New York Gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe (L), will be visiting two sites linked to the bribery and corruption trial of one of Governor Cuomo’s closest aides, marking the beginning of the Cuomo’s Legacy Tour. On Monday, February 19th, at 3 p.m., he will be joined by advisors […]

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 Let’s Support Main Street

Let’s Support Main Street Fewer Rules, More Businesses—It’s Really as Simple as That By: Dan Smith New York gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe released a campaign video of him walking through his old neighborhood in New York City. Sharpe describes how his neighborhood has changed. Many of the small, mom-and-pop retailers have disappeared, leaving a mixture […]

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