Cuomo the “Great”
“We’re not gonna make America great again,” said Governor Andrew Cuomo last week. “It was never that great.” The governor’s denigration of the country’s history was supposedly meant as a spur for America to fulfill its potential for greatness, but even if that’s really what he meant, it didn’t come across that way. Cuomo should probably worry less about picking fights with President Trump or judging American worthiness and more about the state of New York, which is suffering some greatness defects of its own.
The Facts You Need to Know
Bye: The departure of a major New York financial firm for Tennessee is an ominous sign that the Empire State is overtaxed. Read more.
Dirty: Corruption taints the highest levels of New York State politics. Read more.
Foot in Mouth: Governor Cuomo has a long history of saying unfortunate things. Read more.
“When you try to communicate too many ideas, sometimes you wind up communicating nothing.”
The Past is Present
“Hillary Clinton’s loss on Tuesday opens the door to a 2020 presidential run by New York’s governor.”
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“Fifteen ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools haven’t let New York City officials inside to investigate allegations that they don’t provide enough secular instruction, according to a letter Wednesday from the city schools chief.”