George J. Marlin



Jun 27, 2017
Roadblocks have stalled the New York's economy and have caused labor outside of New York City to continue to shrink. Until they are removed, the governor’s dubious development programs will continue to squander taxpayer’s dollars and fail to jump-start the state’s economic engine.


Jun 13, 2017
What boomers in chief have had in common is an inflated sense of themselves. For them the world is an extension of their intellect and emotions. They are the anointed ones; people should be submissive to their power. Anyone who challenges their vision is unworthy.


May 31, 2017
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s self-proclaimed "The New N.Y. York Agenda: A Plan for Action" is nothing more than fiscal conjuring portraying bloated budgets as responsibly balanced while pandering to special interests and increasing spending, pork and taxes.


May 15, 2017
It appears that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is moving into campaign mode; focusing on his 2018 gubernatorial re-election and a 2020 presidential run. Promoting Cuomo will be a difficult task. I don't envy the task Cuomo’s new political apparatchiks face.


May 1, 2017
Every time Gov. Andrew Cuomo gets the presidential bug, New York taxpayers get the short end of the stick. New York’s $153 billion record-breaking budget was a big win for Cuomo’s presidential ambitions but a loser for taxpayers who must pick up the tab.


Apr 17, 2017
One of the great defenders of religious liberty in the U.S. is the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia, Charles J. Chaput. His latest book, "Strangers in a Strange Land," serves as an excellent guide for perplexed Christians struggling to have their voices heard in the public square.


Mar 27, 2017
Albany, N.,Y. politicians can eliminate billions of proposed pork, reallocating those funds to relieve county governments of Medicaid costs. Reallocating is simple. But it requires political backbone. Sadly, Albany’s packed with spineless wonders more concerned with donors and cronies.


Mar 7, 2017
Homeowners pay more in school taxes while less is spent on students. Catholic high schools in New York are turning out educated children at less than half the cost of public schools. Maybe public officials could sit down with Catholic school principals. Don’t hold your breath.

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