News & Updates

Does Cuomo Support NY Democrat Plan to Let Illegal Immigrants Vote?

By Kieran Lalor, on Nov 20, 2014

Cuomo Amnesty Scheme

East Fishkill, NY - (11/20/14) - Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R,C,I - East Fishkill) responded to Governor Cuomo's support for the Obama Administration's amnesty scheme by again asking Cuomo to take a stand on the New York Democrat proposal to allow non-citizens and illegal immigrants to vote.

"For months Cuomo has kept quiet about the State Senate Democrats' plan to allow illegal immigrants and non-citizens to vote," said Lalor. "Now he's endorsing President Obama's unconstitutional end run around Congress. It's time for the governor to tell us what he thinks about his fellow New York Democrats who want to allow illegal immigrants to vote in state elections. Cuomo is endorsing the president's lawless disregard for the Constitution. You have to worry he has the same disregard for the sanctity of elections."

239 Years of Honor, Courage & Commitment - 10 November 1775 - 10 November 2014

By Kieran Lalor, on Nov 10, 2014
As we celebrate the 239th birthday of the  Marine Corps today, on the eve of Veterans Day, it is fascinating to explore why the smallest branch of the armed forces holds such a big place in American society.
 
To start, Marines historically have taken disproportionate casualties, a trend that has continued during the global war on terror. The Marine Corps makes up less than 11% of the U.S.

Lalor: Skelos Did the Right Thing, Now Cuomo Needs to Sign the Bill

By Kieran Lalor, on Oct 29, 2014

East Fishkill, NY - (10/29/14) - Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R,C,I - East Fishkill) thanked Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos for finally sending the veterans service credit buyback bill to Governor Cuomo's desk for his signature.

Lalor Op Ed in NY Daily News: The Met should foot the ‘Klinghoffer’ bill

By Kieran Lalor, on Oct 27, 2014

An opera so repugnant it is capable of uniting in opposition the state Democratic chairman and a former Republican mayor has a First Amendment right to be staged, but it shouldn’t be subsidized by taxpayers.

Last week, former Gov. David Paterson, the current leader of the state Democratic Party, and Rudy Giuliani joined together to protest the Metropolitan Opera’s production of “The Death of Klinghoffer” because it’s undeniably pro-terrorist and perceived as anti-Semitic by many New Yorkers.