Op-Ed: How Congress can curb dangerous bail reform laws

In 2020, New York state rolled out new criminal justice reform laws that eliminated cash bail and expanded pretrial release for several misdemeanor and felony charges. Since that time, thousands of violent criminal defendants have been released back on to our streets, free to wreak havoc in our communities.

A win-win: Delivering infrastructure while dealing a blow to Socialist Squad by Rep. Nicole Malliotakis

Last Tuesday, Americans from one side of the country to the other, elected Republicans to state and local office, sending Joe Biden and the Democrats a message that we are not, and will never be, a socialist nation. Because this message was so clear, even Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in Congress could not ignore […]

Op-Ed: Cuomo and de Blasio can’t have their cake and eat it, too

The Democrats’ package is a jumbled mess less targeted towards COVID-relief and more so a mechanism for funding their ever-growing progressive wish list. . As published in the Staten Island Advance As a new Member of Congress, President Biden’s current $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package puts me in a quandary. While there are many components […]

Freedom: A force to be reckoned with

We didn’t seek the “Freedom Force” mantle, but we’re ready to take it up . By Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, Rep. Carlos Gimenez, Rep. María Elvira Salazar, and Rep. Victoria Spartz. As published on While the 2018 elections resulted in the formation of the socialist “squad,” the 2020 elections will undoubtedly be remembered as the […]

As We Celebrate Independence Day, The Left Seeks to Erase our History

The 4th of July has always been special to me and freedom-loving Americans. This year, many of us face the holiday with trepidation as we reflect on the recent upheaval and unrest that has gripped our nation.

Op-Ed: Fixes to Dangerous Bail Law a Step in the Right Direction

Under the fixes achieved that take effect today, a variety of crimes are now listed as “qualifying charges,” which makes them eligible for bail.

Listen to the Docs — Resume Elective Surgery

Since elective surgeries where banned in mid-March, thousands of New Yorkers have learned through suffering, pain and worry, that just because a medical procedure is deemed “elective” does not mean that it isn’t a medical necessity for the patient in question.

Malliotakis Op-Ed: Put All Home Contract and Associated Trades Back to Work

It’s time to get ALL of the New York’s construction and home improvement industries back to work, taking thousands upon thousands of New Yorkers off the unemployment rolls in every region of the state.

Malliotakis Op-Ed: City Workers Need Protective Gear NOW

Not only do they deserve the proper equipment and supplies, they also deserve better screening before and after their shift.