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Jan 31 2020

New York Requires Permit to Look at Sky

When it comes to implementing anarchotyranny, New York State may top Venezuela and even California. In the Empire State, bail is no longer required for a long list of serious crimes, so that violent maniacs, bank robbers, and major fentanyl dealers roam free — yet you literally need a permit to look at the sky.

I’m serious:

In their efforts to squeeze every dime they can from the tax farm, bureaucrats in New York have devised a scheme to extort citizens who wish to use public parks to gaze upon the night sky. This extortion comes in the form of a $35.00 “Stargazing Permit.” If you are from out of state and wish to gaze upon the night sky from one of these locations that fee jumps to $60.

Be advised that the permit “allows after sunset parking for stargazing only.” That means no necking in the car. But it’s okay in New York for drag queens to groom first-graders in public schools.

On tips from Eddie_Valiant and R F.




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