"Progressives" and Goo-Goos Shame Themselves (Even More Thoughts About The Council Reapportionment--Part Two)
Wishful Thinking Department:
My recent piece on how City Council redistricting is playing out in Hasidic Williamsburg, follow-up
Not only is Walmart selling assault weapons, but they're selling assault weapons made in China with non-union slave labor!
I once noted that it was perhaps unfair some folks are judged by a single moment in their long lives. In that vein, I went onto predict that when Rabbi Abraham Hecht died, his Times obit would say "called for Rabin's Assassination."
Andrew gives a good speech while his father gave great ones.
However, Andrew is more successful in passing his agenda, while Mario mostly talked about it.
As I reported last month
Cuomo Bullshit Watch (Part 832):
I finished this story on 12/27/12 (and, except for the Postscript, it should be read as if it was posted on that date). Unfortunately, the story was originally illustrated with photos, and no one, including the owners of this site, seems to be able to post them in their proper place in the story (or at all).
Can anyone explain to me why the man who managed Andrew Gounardes' State senate campaign against Marty Golden is now working for a Mayoral candidate who helped Golden get elected to the Senate in the first place?
Unless Ben, Gur or EnWhySeaWonk answer my pleas to post my holiday story about my family “temporarily” adopting a cat left homeless by Sandy (which I can’t manage to post, because it contains photos), and barring any late breaking news that cannot be ignored, this will be my last post of the year. This will also be
In the end of the ugly exercise in reciprocal intellectual bankruptcy that was this year’s 15th SD Senate race, incumbent Joe Addabbo beat Councilman Eric Ulrich 42,187 (57.57%) to 31,036 (42.36%), with 51 write-in votes going to others (which shows remarkable restraint on
This summer at the Democratic National Convention, Jerry Nadler buttonholed me and started a conversation which he began by saying “On December 31, 2010, you wrote…”
Nearly a month later than normal, this Department begins its review of NYC’s November election results with a look at Bay Ridge.
On December 28, the NYC Board of Elections finally certified and published the returns for the election held on November 6th, only 27 days after its legal deadline to do so.