NYC’s New Controversial Voting Bill Share Tweet Email By The FirstMon, Jan 10, 2022Length 3:08 New York City’s mayor Eric Adams has announced he’ll be signing a bill into law that will allow non-citizens who’ve been in the city for 30-days to vote in local elections. We have reaction from conservative talk show host Mark Simone. More Clips, Hold the Line More Like This NYPD arrests Frank James in Brooklyn shooting Wed, Apr 13, 2022 The NYPD has arrested 62-year old Frank James, the man suspected of a mass shooting in a Brooklyn subway yesterday. While law enforcement is still looking for clues as to why James carried out the attack, Democrats already have their answer: it’s the gun’s fault! Of course. Brooklyn subway shooting leaves scores injured Tue, Apr 12, 2022 A gunman opened fire in a Brooklyn subway leaving at least 16 people injured. Buck looks at the latest on the mass shooting with New York City Councilman Joe Borelli. Mayor Adams’ Propaganda Campaign | Rob Smith Fri, Apr 8, 2022 Eric Adams talks a good game but he’s just like the rest of them, says Rob Smith. From Florida to NYC | Dana Loesch Wed, Apr 6, 2022 Dana covers how NYC Mayor Eric Adams uses Florida Parental Rights in Education bill to recruit Floridians to move to ‘the Big Apple.’ WATCH: Gov. Hochul BOO’D In NYC Wed, Mar 16, 2022 Looks like New York has just about had enough of Governor Kathy Hochul. A violent weekend in NYC highlights chaos on the streets Mon, Mar 14, 2022 Just a week and a half ago, New York City Mayor Eric Adams insisted that the Big Apple ‘would defeat crime’ after recent police statistics showed nearly every type of criminal offense was up in the month of February – but after a violence-filled weekend in the city, it’s time to start questioning Mayor Adams’ competence.