Inside Politics: Ask Greenfield! [Did Political Correctness Kill Americans? Plus, Why Are Politicians Allowing NY To Go Broke?]


GF2.jpgThis week: Did Political Correctness Kill Americans? Plus, Why Are Politicians Allowing New York to Go Broke?


Every Thursday – exclusively on Yeshiva World – you can ask David G. Greenfield, Esq. any political question you have! It’s simple, ask your political question in the comments section and listen each week for your answer. Our editors will select the top three questions each week for a response.


David is one of the top political strategists and analysts in New York State. David is also an experienced attorney and a renowned community askan who is the founding director of TEACH NYS. TEACH NYS is the only organization exclusively dedicated to solving the tuition crisis.

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  1. It’s interesting that you bring this up. My son was at the convention this week for yeshiva administrators in Albany. He mentioned to me that there are no kosher restaurants and they had to bring in a caterer from the non-kosher supermarket (outside of Albany) that has a kosher food section. I just looked it up on Shamash and there are in-fact no kosher restaurants in Albany. Are you suggesting that Mr. Greenfield call the Rabbi and ask the Rebbetzin to cook a meal for him every time he his in Albany?

  2. Regarding the plan to get tuition vouchers.

    I thinks teach NYS is a great error. What will happen is that the Yeshivas will JUST raise the tuition, they know that there are vouchers. Then taxes will go up to fund the vouchers.

    At the end of the day tuition won’t go down and taxes will go up to pay for the vouchers.

    What do you have to say on this?

  3. What about Price Chopper in Colonie? I’ve been there many times.

    And, yes, PC is what’s doing this country in! When things are based on PC instead of laws, its creates Sdom all over again.

  4. I took my kids to Albany a few years back during winter break. The supermarket with the kosher section was a good 30 minutes from the state capitol. It was great for my vacation but wouldn’t be practical if you were working at the capitol.

    But here’s my question: why hasn’t the Agudah/OU/SATMAR rallied in Albany against same-gender marriage? Is it true that these groups have all sold out our community’s values for a few lousy dollars for their social-service agencies? Also, why do these groups honor politicians who support same-gender marriage? What kind of message does that send to our children? We HONOR these people?