Roe v Wade
Chief Justice John Roberts’ opinion upholding most of the Affordable Care Act wasn’t as good for liberals as it appears.(1)
On Thursday night, at the Manhattan G.O.P.'s annual Lincoln Day Dinner, attorney Wendy Long made her first public appearance as an announced candidate for U.S. Senate.
"I am here to pledge a full-hearted campaign to win our nomination and defeat Kirsten Gillibrand in November," she told the partisan crowd of approximately 150 in a small upstairs ballroom at the National Republican Women's Club on East 51st Street.(2)