PROCLAIMING JUSTICE & MERCY
NYCF PAC advocates freedom and justice for those who experience oppression. NYCF PAC also supports the bedrock American principle of equality of opportunity. Thus, NYCF PAC supports educational choice, urban renewal efforts that result in empowerment rather than dependency, stronger penalties to deter crime, enhanced efforts to crack down on human trafficking, and real reform of a political process that currently enables corruption. NYCF PAC opposes state-sponsored predatory gambling, special legal protections based on the amorphous categories of sexual orientation and gender identity, and policies that encourage or reward illegal immigration.
Sadly, New Yorkers are used to bad behavior from politicians. From the raft of corruption-related convictions in recent years to the many incidents of sexual misconduct, we may even expect politicians to behave badly. The silver lining to this cloud is that once these misdeeds become known, the bad actors are typically imprisoned or voted out…Read More
It’s becoming a pattern. As we near this important Election Day on Tuesday, November 6, pro-abortion activists are desperate to take over our government and suppress the pro-life vote. They’re seeking to sow confusion among the voting electorate. Take for example, this account from the Capital Region. On November 1, 2018, an article from the Times Union incorrectly stated…Read More
A recent article from the Times Union contained some troubling remarks attributed to Marc Molinaro, the Republican candidate for Governor of New York State. Our organization reached out to the campaign for clarification. The campaign assures us that the article in question is misleading and the reporter was not aware of current New York State…Read More
While establishment Democrats prevailed in statewide primaries last week, State Senate primaries were a different story. In several Democratic primaries across the state, insurgent candidates that emphasized grassroots organizing and far-left ideas successfully challenged incumbents. Earlier this year, we reported on the dissolution of the State Senate’s Independent Democratic Conference (IDC). The IDC was a…Read More
Last week, the State of New York held primaries affecting statewide offices. The majority of the action on primary day took place within the Democratic Party, which is in the midst of a fight for control between the liberal Democratic establishment and far-left insurgents. (The same struggle was on full display in the 2016 presidential…Read More