NY parolees get the right to vote under Cuomo executive order, GOP Chair Cox- liberal lunacy
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an
executive order on Wednesday

to restore voting rights to parolees with a felony.

This is estimated to impact
about 35,000 New Yorkers.

Cuomo touted the order as an
improvement to the democratic process

and a hand to parolees returning to society.

However, state Republican Chairman
Ed Cox did not agree.

“Cuomo’s actions are purely political, just to win the
votes of radical voters. His crazy liberal approach
is destroying New York State."

Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan

said Cuomo's skirting the legislature
could also make his executive order illegal.

NTD TV Henry Yan New York News

川金會有望順利舉行 蒙古等是備選地點
2018-04-21    0 views

ICE搜捕33名人權侵害者 4名中國人將被驅逐
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六四紀念館展解密文件 揭中共屠城
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Dad gets a one letter text from son who was out with friends—he instantly knows something's wrong-teaser
2018-04-21    0 views
Fulks is a teacher and youth ministry leader, and a recent session with teenagers recovering from addictions pushed him to share this "X-plan" with other parents. On his blog, he detailed how the plan works, and why it is so important.

"Recently I asked these kids a simple question:  How many of you have found yourself in situations where things started happening that you weren’t comfortable with, but you stuck around, mainly because you felt like you didn’t have a way out?'"

"They all raised their hands. Every single one of them."

Fulks wanted to emphasize how important having  a "way out" can be to a child of this impressionable age.

But his technique wasn't received without controversy. Some parents commented that this method might encourage dishonesty or encouraging avoidance. Fulks cautioned that tips and tricks shouldn't replace honest conversations and important talks with your children.

"It actually presents an opportunity for you as a parent to teach your kids that they can be honest (something DID come up, and they DO have to leave), while learning that it’s okay to be guarded in what they reveal to others. They don’t owe anyone an explanation the next day, and if asked can give the honest answer, “It’s private and I don’t want to talk about it.” Boom! Another chance for a social skill life-lesson from Mom and Dad."

After spending time with the recovering teenagers---who were in the program for 6 months, Fulks felt his message was more important than ever.

"You never know when something so simple could be the difference between your kid laughing with you at the dinner table or spending six months in a recovery center … or (God forbid) something far worse."

David Bowie ‘Subway Takeover’ in NYC Gives Fans a Chance to Reminisce
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NYC’s Broadway-Lafayette/Bleecker Street
subway station has a new theme this week.

This “subway takeover” features
British rocker David Bowie

who lived in New York for 20 years
until his death in 2016.

The new installation coincides with the
Brooklyn Museum’s “David Bowie Is” exhibit.

The museum exhibit has been touring
the world and New York is its last stop.

In addition to the subway art

there are 250,000 MetroCards
with 5 David Bowie photos on them

sold only at this station.

The art will be up through May 13.

The MetroCards will be
available while supplies last.

Film & Animation

The most amazing underwater pictures in the world have been revealed

Published at: 2018-04-02

The most amazing underwater pictures in the world have been revealed---including a remarkable close-up snap of a crocodile.

More than 6,000 pictures were entered for the underwaterphotography.com contest across 17 categories---from macro close-ups to wide angle shots.

Watch the video above to see the winning shots.

The UK’s Tom St. George scooped a gold in the Wide Angle/Marine Life category with his shot of a American Crocodile in Banco Chinchorro, Mexico, so close you can count the teeth.

St. George said, "These are one of the larger species of crocodile, although they are not particularly aggressive."

Fellow Brit Christopher Llewellyn also got gold in the Wide Angle/Wrecks section for the spooky staircase on the MV Karwela ferry wreck in Gozo, Malta.

A huge school of big eye jacks in Mexico swirling around a diver won Jason Sintek from Turks and Caicos islands Wide Angle/Divers gold.

Website owner Tal Mor, who runs the competition, said, "Winning here, or even just being placed, is Underwater Photography's most coveted accolade because it says you succeeded in the most competitive environment there is, against the top talent of the moment.”



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