Dominic Carter

Anthony Weiner: Delusional or Maybe He Knows Something We Don't?

Flabbergasted after yet another former sexting partner for Anthony Weiner has gone public recently, "his campaign is on life support" was perhaps the most sympathetic and honest assessment I could initially offer on televisio


Anthony Weiner: Delusional or Maybe He Knows Something We Don't?

Flabbergasted after yet another former sexting partner for Anthony Weiner has gone public recently, "his campaign is on life support" was perhaps the most sympathetic and honest assessment I could initially offer on televisio


Stop and Frisk Trial is Over

Here is my report from the Federal Courthouse wrapping up closing arguments where Judge Shira Scheindlin was quite critical of the City/NYPD.  





His Third Debate Performance Was So Bad, Gov. Romney May Have Re-elected President Obama

Republicans are back to "dissing" Mitt. This time its Giuliani

  

With Friends like this, who needs enemies?

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani went on TV yesterday as a surrogate for presidential contender Mitt Romney — that part is expected, but Giuliani wasn't drinking the Kool Aid. Giuliani seemed to pump himself up more than the presumed GOP nominee.


Use of Rev. Wright Would Be a Disaster, but Not Necessarily for Obama

Be careful what you wish for.

Or what your powerful supporters might have possibly wanted.


Inner Circle performance this weekend and legends like Gabe Pressman

Legendary Gabe Pressman helped teach me the business of TV News. I will always be thankful.
Also to the jam packed Inner Circle crowd last night, you really touched my heart. I didn't expect the round of applause when I walked up to the mike.

It's Not Game Over, but a Decisive Night for Romney in Illinois. Obama will prove to be a Different Story.

Finally a good night for Mitt Romney that will assist his narrative.

The race isn't over, but Mitt Romney's "perception problem" may be on the road to recovery.

The nagging doubt that haunted the Romney campaign for months, that he just couldn't close the deal on the nomination is finally starting to have less creditability.



No Southern Love for Mitt, But Huge Night for Santorum

It almost sounds like repeat lyrics of a Top 40 song that Mitt Romney hates.

Romney has momentum -- a chance to finally beat expectations only to fall short in the end -- and never closes the deal.

Sound familiar?

If Romney had only pulled off Alabama or Mississippi, it would be a different narrative today. It would go like this: Organization matters, the Republican primary is over and Romney can start this general election battle with President Obama.



No Super Tuesday Knockout Punch for Romney

Even when Mitt Romney wins, it only opens another can of worms.

Romney grabbed easy Super Tuesday wins in his home state of Massachusetts and nearby Vermont, and put a huge score of delegates from his Virginia victory on his scorecard -- where neither Rick Santorum nor Newt Gingrich made the ballot.


Mitt Sweeps, But Viability Questions Persist

Mitt Romney needed Michigan, and got the Wolverine State.

Perhaps Kid Rock's 11th hour performance was the lucky charm, and Romney should take the show on the road.

It wasn't the rout that was expected weeks ago, but for the relieved Romney a win is a win.



With Convention Center, maybe Cuomo is on to something? Restoring glory days to New York

Residents of New York State have always taken pride in their history. The glory days of being America's leader of many industries.

And some of us say Bravo to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for daring to return to those glory days.


Huntsman drops out-backs Romney

Jon Huntsman spokesman Tim Miller says the former ambassador to China and Utah Governor was “proud of the race that he ran” but “did not want to stand in the way” of rival Mitt Romney, the current front-runner for the Republican nomination

Tax Deal & Gov Andrew Cuomo

You have to give Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo credit.



Interesting Mike Lupica Op-ed on Obama and those that want his job.

It was refreshing to read Mike Lupica in Friday's Daily News. I found it to be interesting, and on-point.

Republican presidential contenders enjoy bashing President Barack Obama more than finding solutions to America's problems.
Obama an easy target for Republicans
Mike Lupica/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS


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