Need to Elect Local Republicans
By David Bressler
I want to thank the Queens Village Republican Club Board Members for the honor they are about to bestow upon me, being named Community Leader of the Year at the 143rd Anniversary Lincoln Dinner. My parents always encouraged me to give back to the community.
I have been a Board Member at the Bay Club for nine years. I am currently the Board President, and I am proud of the work I have accomplished and excited about the work we have planned going forward. The two buildings at the Bay Club have a total of 1037 units, and approximately 2400 residents. It is a gated and unique community as it offers several amenities such as an indoor garage, security, health club, restaurant etc. As a Board Member you have vast responsibilities that require good leadership and decision making.
Pamela Geller Speaks at QVGOP Book Event
Pamela Geller was the featured speaker at the February 1st Book Event for her new book, Fatwa: Hunted in America, the chronicles of her courageous fight for freedom all across America against the fake righteous bastions of the left, and their allies, the jihadists.
Pamela Geller has been called the Joan of Arc of the counter jihad movement and her critics call her the most dangerous woman in America. She says truth is the new hate speech, and she has been targeted by jihadists and leftists since she stood up to speak the truth and defend our most fundamental right, our freedom of speech.
By Dennis Saffran| February 2, 2018
On the eve of the first anniversary President Trump’s Inauguration, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said something remarkable. It points to why many of us are Trump enthusiasts even if the president does sometimes make us cringe. Defending religious freedom and diversity, McCarthy nonetheless took on the cultural Left’s ubiquitous cliché that “diversity is our strength”: “We did not survive, grow, and become the most powerful civilization in human history because we were focused on our diversity,” he cautioned. “It is not our differences that make us stronger. It is our unity despite our diversity–unity of past, of principles, and of purpose that brought us out of many into one.” Watch it here.
A shelter belongs on billionaires’ row
BY DENNIS SAFFRAN
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, January 26, 2018, 5:00 AM
Mayor de Blasio announced plans last week to place a homeless shelter on Manhattan’s “Billionaires’ Row” just south of Central Park. The shelter, which will house 150 single adult men, will be located in the former Park Savoy hotel at 158 W. 58th St., a block from the Ritz Carlton and abutting New York’s priciest luxury apartment building, the $1.5 billion One57 on W. 57th St. The penthouse there sold for $100.5 million three years ago, the highest tab ever for an apartment in the city.