New York Matters
Who Is Alvin Bragg?

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg last week rocketed to global celebrity with his indictment of former president Donald Trump on charges related to a 2016 hush money payment. Trump’s lawyers immediately fired back. “He did not commit any crime,” the attorneys said. “We will vigorously fight this political prosecution in court.” And so the stage is[…]

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Judicial Watch and New York City Settle Federal Lawsuit on Voter Registration Clean-Up

(Washington, DC) PRESS RELEASE Judicial Watch announced today that it is settling a federal election integrity lawsuit against New York City after the city removed 441,083 ineligible names from the voter rolls and promised to take reasonable steps going forward to clean its voter registration lists Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit in July against New York City after[…]

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City Under Siege: Staggering New York Crime Wave Roils Politics, Challenges Left

The NYPD’s new anti-gun units hit the streets last week and not a moment too soon. New York City is in the midst of a staggering crime wave. Over the past weekend, 29 people were shot in 24 separate incidents, the Daily News reported. According to the latest NYPD statistics, major felonies in the city[…]

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New York City’s War on Election Fairness

Gotham’s new mayor is getting kudos for standing up to radicals on guns and crime and schools, but when it comes to election integrity the Left is taking him to the cleaners. Unchecked, it’s an electoral death sentence for Mayor Eric Adams and fair elections in New York City. The war on election fairness is[…]

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Behind Cuomo’s Fall: Bill Clinton

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is set to resign next week in a swift fall from power following publication of a state attorney general report detailing his sexual harassment of eleven women. Over his long history in New York politics, much has been made of Cuomo’s relationship with his father, Mario Cuomo, famously also a[…]

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New York Votes Amid Crisis of Crime & Disorder

New Yorkers went to the polls Tuesday amid a spiraling crisis of urban violence. In a city where Democrats outnumber Republicans six to one, Tuesday’s primary voting will effectively decide the elections. Up for grabs is the office of mayor, city comptroller, public advocate, the majority of the city council, and the powerful office of[…]

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Rising Crime, Radical Agenda Test Left

With weeks to go to elections that will decide New York City’s next mayor and the powerful post of Manhattan district attorney, rising crime suddenly is at the center of the political action. The stakes are high—and not just for New York. The proximate cause for the sudden focus on crime was a shooting in[…]

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Crime Surges as Progressive Policies Gain Ground

The early 2021 crime statistics are in and the news is not good. In almost every category, violent crime in urban America is rising. On Tuesday, New York City’s comprehensive CompStat crime-monitoring system reported a 36 percent jump in March murders from the previous year. Shootings? A 77 percent increase over the previous year. And[…]

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October 29, 2020
Pandemic Politics: Nearing End, Mayor Blames Virus for New York’s Crisis of Crime & Disorder

The presidential race is rocketing toward the finish line. But it’s not the only game in town. In New York City, Left and Right alike are eyeing the end of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s wretched tenure. The stakes are high. A year ago—long before Covid-19 hit the U.S.—Judicial Watch warned that New York was slipping[…]

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September 24, 2020
New York to Doctors: Hand Over Private Patient Information

Big Brother wants more about you from your doctor—and fast. Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered health care professionals across the state to provide the “full residential address and phone number, occupation and employer name, full work address and employer phone number as well as race and ethnicity” of all patients tested for[…]

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