Best NYC Tours

Submitted by ub on Thu, 06/06/2019 - 13:23

Right now is the best time to visit The Big Apple and according to those in the know New York City is at its finest from April to June and September thru early November, when the weather is pleasant and the crowds are not overwhelming.

Keep in mind that travel experts say the cheapest time to visit NYC is on weekends from mid-January to the end of February.

The Best Tours and Things To Do in NYC

Newmark Digital Reports

Submitted by ub on Thu, 06/06/2019 - 13:04

Craig @Newmark Philanthropies has decided to donate $6 million to @ConsumerReports and thereby allowing it to keep a closer watch over digital products and platforms. This is the best and largest donation in the history of the organization since 1936.

Consumer Reports Launches New Digital Lab - Consumer Reports…

GOP Pushback

Submitted by ub on Thu, 06/06/2019 - 09:00

POTUS had a free reign with Congress for the first two years since he took office, but the Democrats began to pushback after We The People voted for and now, finally even Republican US Senate is playing a game of political truth and consequences.

In fact, Senators from both sides of the aisle are trying to stop Trump from using emergency authority to sell arms to Saudi Arabia and Trump’s tariffs on Mexico mark the latest breaking point for Senate Republicans who have started a GOP pushback.

D Day 75 Anniversary

Submitted by ub on Wed, 06/05/2019 - 07:56

International leaders along with World War II veterans are commemorating the 75th anniversary of D Day on the southern coast of England to honor the Allied soldiers who helped liberate Europe from Nazi Germany.

6 June 1944 #DDay was one of the most significant turning points in the six-year war. 156,000 allied troops 6,000 ships.

D Day has nothing to do with Donald, but I won't try explaining it. President Donald Trump concludes his three-day UK trip with a commemorative ceremony honoring the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Disaster Relief

Submitted by ub on Mon, 06/03/2019 - 23:53

After months of infighting, the US House of Representatives has finally approved a $19.1 billion disaster aid bill. This legislation includes funds for Puerto Rico. The House disaster relief bill was held up by three members of @GOP finally passes, 354 to 58.

Congress passed the disaster aid bill in a bipartisan 354-58 bill, and the measure now sits on Trump’s desk. POTUS is now expected to sign the bill upon his return from an overseas trip to The United Kingdom.

A Boy Named Sue

Submitted by ub on Mon, 06/03/2019 - 09:51

How long has The Trump family and it's business interests attempted to sue their way to success? It is difficult to say exactly, but it started when he was a boy and safe to affirm that not only does it continue to this day but there are probably more lawsuits on the way in the coming days.

Business groups are considering legal action against the White House over Mexico tariffs

POTUS Worldwide Turmoils

Submitted by ub on Mon, 06/03/2019 - 04:15

As Trump fights with nearby nations as well as those far away, is an international recession near or about to appear? USA business leaders are worried that America will enter a recession by 2020.

Why is POTUS losing the chairman of White House Council of Economic Advisers? How come Trump has failed to explain his latest high-level departure from this to administration position?

‪Trump announces the departure of White House economic adviser Hassett

City Island Fair

Submitted by ub on Sun, 06/02/2019 - 08:59

In our latest installment of the Friendship Files, #CityImages covers a diverse group of individuals who bond, supporting each other by attending the arts and crafts fair and helping local businesses sell their handicrafts and assorted wares.

Wander around what some are beginning to call - A Slice of NYC Paradise this weekend and you may find folks who traveled near and far to join Mussel Suckers and Clam Diggers enjoying the semi-annual City Island Arts and Crafts Fair.

Help Fix IT

Submitted by ub on Sat, 06/01/2019 - 17:23

They say if it ain't broke, don't fix it, but what if it's broken? Humans have the urge to improve from the Prehistoric hand-axes days of chipping small flakes off pebbles of flint with other hard objects. Million-year-old examples of these have been found that give the impression of being ruined by being chipped just one time too many. That pang of regret we have probably all felt after spoiling something by adding that unnecessary final touch was first faced by Ugg in his cave.

'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' has become a part of the language as to have become a cliché...