Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio have three big things in common. They each are embroiled in multiple ethics scandals, they loathe each other, and both harbor an intense desire to leave New York behind and take their political brand to the national stage. Since March, Governor Cuomo has […]

Albany has long been synonymous with corruption and poor government. Yet Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) and his associates are giving even the worst administrations a run for their money.

This year Governor Andrew Cuomo hasn’t missed an opportunity to use his position to promote his 2020 presidential ambitions.

Yesterday, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) ruled out a 2020 presidential run because she wants to focus on her re-election bid in 2018. Gillibrand stated that the decision was made because she’s “dedicated to serving” New York.

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) continues to court trouble with his Secretary to the Governor appointments. Cuomo’s first Secretary, Joe Percoco, just had his corruption trial date set for this October. Now Cuomo’s latest Secretary, Melissa DeRosa, starts her job with a massive conflict of interest problem.

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) is no stranger to shady dealings. Recent reports on Cuomo’s book deal are raising eyebrows and doing nothing to combat that reputation.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s presidential level ambition has been on display for years. Now a recent push by the governor to pass a college tuition plan similar to Clinton and Sanders’ plan has many in New York speculating that it was a “2020 presidential campaign announcement.”

The Milk Bar has operated at the New York State Fair for 63 years. Sadly, because of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s broken promise, they won’t be operating for a 64th year.

If you don’t know the name Joe Percoco yet, you will soon. Before Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) can run for president in 2020, he must first win re-election in 2018.

Earlier this week, America Rising noted that Governor Andrew Cuomo’s lack of job creation for Upstate New York would be a tremendous impediment to his 2020 dreams. Since then two more pieces have been published that are sharply critical of Cuomo’s failed jobs record.