Hillary Clinton is not only bad for the country -- she could also be bad for your health!
Four Republican women from the Town of Brookhaven recently participated in a presidential campaign experiment on The Dr. Oz Show, which is currently scheduled to air this Friday, October 21st at 1pm on Fox.
"Ariel Heller is a senior at Miller Place High School. She is a conservative-minded young woman who is as bright as she is caring. This is exactly who we should be as Republicans. She's setting a great example for her peers and I hope you can help her help those who are less fortunate in our community.
"Soon, under Republican leadership, we will put Americans back to work, reduce the welfare rolls, eradicate poverty and give every family the opportunity to pursue the American Dream.
"Thank you for your continued support,
"John Jay LaValle"
The Presidential Election is not the only one taking place in 2016! Local politics matter and local elections have just as much personal and financial impact on our daily lives as the Presidential Election. This year, we have many other candidates across Long Island running for Federal, State and County office.
The New York State Primary Election is scheduled for Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 and polls are open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM. While none of our candidates are facing a primary challenge for the Republican ballot line, we have a unique opportunity to write in a Republican candidate for Assembly District 11, a seat currently held by Democrat Kimberly Jean-Pierre.
Jean-Pierre is so disliked, even her own party is running a candidate against her in a primary challenge. This presents the perfect opportunity to scoop that seat up and add it to the list of blue seats we've turned red over the past several years -- not to mention it would make us one seat stronger in the currently Democrat-controlled New York State Assembly!
Read on to learn more about our write-in candidate for the 11th Assembly District!
11th Assembly District: Meet Shawn CullinaneRead more
"The fundamental thing is you cannot be Secretary of State of the United States of America and use that position to extort or seek contributions to your private foundation. That is a fundamental violation of law and that does appear to have happened." - Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
Hillary Clinton has forgotten what it means to be a public servant, if she ever understood public service at all.
While serving as Secretary of State, Clinton’s Foundation accepted large payments from major corporations and wealthy individuals -- foreign and domestic.
One pattern remains clear: Donors to the Clinton Foundation with significant business before the State Department received favorable treatment from Crooked Hillary in her role as Secretary of State.
Donald Trump has called for an independent Special Prosecutor to investigate this corruption because, as it turns out, the Department of Justice has also acted unethically.
In particular, Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s private lengthy meeting with Bill Clinton just prior to the DOJ’s decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for her crimes – a courtesy that never would have been extended to your average citizen.
Donald Trump’s statement on specific ethics violations by Hillary Clinton, calling for a Special Prosecutor:Read more
With August nearly over, the final stretch begins for Congressman Lee Zeldin's reelection bid. To celebrate the work done so far, and to rally for the upcoming election November, Lee will be opening two new campaign offices - one in Smithtown and one in Riverhead - this very Saturday, August 20th!
Back in June, Democrats in the 1st Congressional District had a primary where the winner employed corrupt de Blasio-style tactics to achieve her goal, specifically importing Manhattan residents to vote in a Suffolk County election. There is now more drama in the Democratic Party as their incumbent in New York's 11th Assembly District, Kimberly Jean-Pierre, is collecting a paycheck from party bosses and from taxpayers. To top off that revelation, Jean-Pierre is also facing a primary challenge.Read more
Clinton Cash is a feature documentary based on the Peter Schweizer book that the New York Times hailed as “The most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle.”
Watch Clinton Cash Now: Well Worth It
Anyone who has seen it will tell you: It is well-worth the one hour and five minutes to watch the full Clinton Cash documentary, which details national news media-verified stories of Hillary Clinton's wealth-building corruption when she should have been serving the interests of America.
And we're supposed to trust that Corrupt Hillary will serve the best interests of the American people if given the power to assume the office of the President of the United States? We think not.
It is beyond reason that the Democratic National Committee has enabled Corrupt Hillary Clinton's run for the Presidency. There is no way she will be able to explain any of the revelations uncovered - especially the last 15 minutes of the video - in a debate with Donald Trump. Watch now:Read more
WATCH: Suffolk County Republican Committee Chairman John Jay LaValle spoke to various news outlets at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Recap: Days 1 & 2
Rich Barrabi of News 12 caught up with Chairman John Jay LaValle for his thoughts on the first days of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.Read more
Watch Donald Trump and his Vice Presidential running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, at their press conference at the New York Hilton Midtown:Read more
With more than 90% of the eligible Democrat voters refusing to even cast a vote for either candidate, I congratulate Anna Throne-Holst for winning the contest for being the most out of touch liberal Congressional candidate in Suffolk County. Throughout her primary, she proved she has more in common with Nancy Pelosi than the residents of our Congressional District. We don't want to be represented in Congress by a far left extremist who will support policies that kill jobs and make our nation less safe, and we can't afford Nancy Pelosi to be the Speaker of the House again.