The Gateway (Boca Raton Edition)
Least significant announcement of the day: "Ulrich supports the minimum wage."
Boca Raton complains about rodents.
One must observe must note that Diaz's new found support of John Sampson may be the first recorded instance of a rat swimming towards a sinking ship. Diaz, Sr.: “There is a Rat Among Us” and It May Be Cuomo | City & State www.cityandstateny.com
Lew Fidler: So, they are 10% through with the first ever re canvass of paper ballots from the scanners. While we still trail by 27 votes, there are discrepancies in the count so far. (The machines are therefore not perfect.)
Jesus aims to "Make the Road by Running" Jesus Gonzalez to Announce City Council Campaign Next Week politicker.com
Apparently, Frank Commisso, an Albany Democrat, declined the Assembly nod because he was was concerned about the long commute, and the fact that "what happens in Albany stays in Albany" would be of minimal personal benefit. Commisso's exit could cause Democratic Assembly scrum www.timesunion.com
Sheesh; everyone knows Rangel died in 2010. Google blunder declares Rep. Rangel died in 2004 - TheHill.com thehill.com
Rangel's ambivalence toward his Latino roots explained.
Aniello Grimaldi is back on the ballot against Eliot Engel. No word yet if Aniello’s found a hillbilly state to back his Presidential race against Obama. Document Drop: Updated Primary Contest List www.nydailynews.com
The Wolfe at the President's door. Aniello Grimaldi is sooooo jealous. John Wolfe, the Man Who Would Beat Obama: The Arkansas/Kentucky Primary Thread www.slate.com
The Hillbilly Primaries by the numbers, without removing your shoes. The Arkansas and Kentucky primaries, by the numbers www.politico.com
The hillbilly primaries explained: "deja vu all over again."
Chait eviscerates the potted conservative history of civil rights; I did my version of this piece my own version of this piece in 2010. http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/05/conservative-fantasy-history-of-civil-rights.html nymag.com
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