Capitalism comes into the world “dripping from head to foot, from every pore, with blood and dirt”. So concludes Marx after a lengthy account of the transition from feudalism to capitalism near the end of Capital, Volume I.
Jeff Coltin / City & State New York: A cryptocurrency billionaire is spending big in New York congressional primaries — Josh Lafazan and Francis Conole have been supported by the Protect Our Future super PAC, and Carlina Rivera could be next. — Protect Our Future PAC has reported spending $498,000 so far on TV …
I’ve successfully struck down a severely unconstitutional regulation that the Governor and her Department of Health brazenly issued without any care whatsoever for the rights of the people.
(WSYR-TV) -- The Great New York State Fair is showcasing what's new just before opening day on Wednesday, August 24. See below to find out some new exhibits and attractions: New York State Energy & Environment Experience: Fairgoers will be able to find out the many ways energy is enhancing our lives and the environment 
"Koonin won, the swing was 25% in his favor." Author Jerome Corsi, who attended the debate in person, observed: "Dr. Dessler persisted in requesting slides (identified by number, 'Can we see slide #27,' for instance. But when displayed on a big screen at the front of the auditorium, the slide, eventually found, contained print too small to be read. Perhaps that was to Dr. Dessler’s benefit. The inherently questionable arguments the requested slides were supposed to 'prove' truthfully made going...
New York City has nudged past Los Angeles to become “America’s worst sanctuary city,” according to a new list from a top immigration reform organization.
Lora Kelley / New York Times: Major Indiana Employers Criticize State's New Abortion Law — The drug company Eli Lilly said it “will be forced” to look outside the state for employment growth. The engine maker Cummins said the law will “impede our ability to attract and retain top talent.”
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York has amended several state laws to remove the word “inmate” and replace it with “incarcerated person” to refer to people serving prison time. The changes, signed into law Monday by Gov. Kathy Hochul, are intended to reduce the stigma of being in jail. Prison reform advocates have said the […]