Comments by Will1960
Posted on July 19 at 7:04 a.m. (Suggest removal)
“He’s wished me to express to the court that he apologizes for any actions, decisions that he made that may have led to the deaths of three people and he’s very apologetic.”
Why can't this convict express his remorse directly himself? The families of the victim don't want to hear that he's sorry second-hand from his attorney. They yearn to have him look them in the eye and say it. I hope when Duffy's parole board hearing comes up, the record will state that he was too much a coward to address his victims, like a man.
Posted on July 17 at 8:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)
At time when this travel ban was announced, I thought it only applied to agencies that worked directly for New York State. King Cuomo's reach of power is far too broad in a free society. Prior to the transgender legislation signed by the North Carolina Governor, this bathroom issue was non-existent. Cuomo saw an opportunity to amp up the culture war by instituting this ban and to further divide the country.
Posted on July 9 at 10:56 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Excellent point Chuck! One would think the NRA would stand up for someone who was a law abiding citizen and followed every rule for arming themselves, including notifying the officer who pulled him over that he was licensed to carry his weapon. This case is a no-brainer. So its quite baffling as to why the NRA hasn't come out strongly in supporting this victim.
Posted on June 30 at 1:50 p.m. (Suggest removal)
One of the first regulations the CDTA should implement is that all taxis be required to use a CDTA app. This provision would insure that their service is unified and widely accessible via a smart phone. I wish Uber and Lyft were successful in their effort to come to Upstate New York, but it's a positive for the consumer that CDTA regulations came out of it. Without Uber and Lyft knocking on the door, the CDTA never would have stepped in. It's long overdue for the taxi industry to have some standards and guidelines.
Posted on June 22 at 9:33 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Why not expand the search beyond the city limits? Charlie Mills was hired as police commissioner had a good tenure here and he came from downstate. For a position of this importance, it makes sense to cast a wide net.
Posted on June 18 at 3:31 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The media reported that Hillary sent out a tweet supporting these women. Since the facts about this case have been exposed the same media has been silent about Hillary's rush to judgement. If Trump had made the same mistake, they would be all over it.
Posted on June 12 at 6:48 p.m. (Suggest removal)
If the country has to choose between a party that can't bring itself to correctly identify radical Islamic Terrorism or Trump's bluster, they'll pick the latter.
Posted on June 3 at 5:27 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The woman at the center of this debacle hasn't been heard from since the incident unfolded. With no breathalyzer or independent witnesses, this she said/ He said will end up costing the city. The public's insatiable appetite for airing dirty laundry shouldn't justify a costly investigation where no provable crime occurred.
Posted on May 26 at 10:41 a.m. (Suggest removal)
The hearings for Benghazi investigation were bungled. However, it's Hillary's own words in E-mails to her daughter and the Prime Minister of Egypt that reveal a cunning, deceptive and calculated Secretary of State trying to spin the events of the attack on our embassy to cover up her foreign failures. The fact that Republicans on the committee botched the hearings shouldn't absolve Clinton's deception to the family members of the fallen victims.
Posted on May 19 at 3:20 p.m. (Suggest removal)
In Denver, Colorado where the headquarters of Direct TV is based, they fired a wheelchair bound employee with an excellent record of job performance for testing positive for Marijuana. Direct TV didn't care that this employee was a licensed card holder to receive medical marijuana to treat multiple-scurrilous or that he scored exemplary evaluations by Direct TV's own management. This company fought the case all through the appeals process, setting a very bad precedent that corporations can legally fire any employee for a failed test even if they are licensed by a doctor to use MM. An employee shouldn't have to chose between his job and his health.
The fact that pot stays in your system weeks after any impairment has dissipated is the leading reason why so many workers fail drug tests. Most of these applicants are capable workers. As more states opt to legalize, it's imperative for businesses to modify their drug testing policies to the world we live in today, not the 1980s.