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  • Former Mayor Dinkins defends his administration and offers advice for de Blasio

    10/26/2013 8:19:31 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 19 replies
    pix11.com ^ | October 26, 2013 | Marvin Scott
    Former Mayor David Dinkins was a special guest on Campaign Closeup this week and he had some strong words for Joe Lhota. “The man’s desperate,” Dinkins said of Lhota’s controversial attack ad on Bill de Blasio. Dinkins defended his administration, saying crime in the city began to fall well before Rudy Giuliani took over as Mayor. The former Mayor also offered up advice for de Blasio, who was a staffer of his.
  • Weiner's New Confession Rocks N.Y. Mayor Race

    07/24/2013 12:02:58 AM PDT · by lbryce · 34 replies
    WAll Street Journal ^ | July 23, 2013 | Andrew Grossman
    Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner jolted the New York City mayoral race on Tuesday, saying his habit of sending lewd pictures and messages to women he met online had continued well past his June 2011 resignation from Congress. "I said that other texts and photos were likely to come out, and today they have," Mr. Weiner said at a news conference. "While some things that have been posted today are true and some are not, there is no question that what I did was wrong. Mr. Weiner said he is no longer engaged in such behavior. The revelation, prompted by...
  • Pelosi: 100% Barack's Gonna Win

    10/19/2008 12:35:47 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 142 replies · 3,378+ views
    DC Examiner ^ | 10/19/08 | Jeff Dufour and Patrick Gavin
    Predicting pols There are only 15 days left until Election Day, which means that pundits and pols will be busy predicting who will win come November 4. We caught up with Speaker Nancy Pelosi at Georgetown's Café Milano Friday night and she didn't pull any punches. "100% Barack Obama is going to win!" she told Yeas & Nays. "He's going to be our next president and a great president at that. We're all excited to work with him." But that's not what Rudy Giuliani thinks. We found him palling around with Yogi Berra at the Washington Hilton Saturday night and...
  • DEMOCRATS SHOULD CONDEMN MOVEON (FORMER NYC DEM MAYOR ED KOCH)

    09/14/2007 2:04:09 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 25 replies · 1,645+ views
    The New York Post ^ | September 13, 2007 | Ed Koch
    DAVID Petraeus is a highly decorated four-star general. He has been designated by the commander-in- chief to lead the young men and women who comprise the great U.S. force of 160,000 soldiers and Marines serving on the battlefields of Iraq, at great danger to themselves and to the officers who lead them. Most soldiers, in pointing out their military honors, will cite the Combat Infantry Badge - which the general wears, as he does those medals awarded to him for personal bravery in combat. Gen. Petraeus has sworn, as do all our military officers, to defend the Constitution of the...
  • Will FR embrace socialism to make way for Rudy Giuliani as a Republican presidential candidate?

    04/21/2007 6:42:25 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 18,459 replies · 540,699+ views
    vanity | April 21, 2007 | Jim Robinson
    We've got some real challenges facing us. FR was established to fight against government corruption, overstepping, and abuse and to fight for a return to the limited constitutional government as envisioned and set forth by our founding fathers in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution and other founding documents. One of the biggest cases of government corruption, overstepping and abuse that I know of is its disgraceful headlong slide into a socialist hell. Our founders never intended for abortion to be the law of the land. And they never intended the Supreme Court to be a legislative body. They...
  • Thompson-Giuliani tug of war looms in Georgia

    08/31/2007 4:20:55 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 43 replies · 875+ views
    The Savanah Morning News ^ | August 31, 2007 | Larry Peterson
    Fred Thompson's entry into the Republican presidential field is expected to trigger a political tug-of-war in Georgia, with Savannahians on both ends of the rope. Thompson's exploratory campaign representatives say the former U.S. senator from Tennessee will formally announce his candidacy next Thursday. That sets the stage for a showdown between him and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, the nationwide GOP frontrunner in most polls. Appealing to conservatives lukewarm about other candidates, Thompson surged ahead of Giuliani last spring in Georgia and some other states. He and Giuliani are running first or second in most states. Dozens of elected...
  • [NYC Mayor Mike]Bloomberg (Ultra RINO): U.S. 'Is in Trouble' On the Coast He Chides Candidates

    06/19/2007 3:39:18 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 35 replies · 935+ views
    The New York Sun ^ | June 19, 2007 | Josh Gerstein
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Mayor Bloomberg is decrying the state of the 2008 presidential race, faulting the major party candidates for offering shallow, simplistic prescriptions, and scolding the press for failing to demand more from those seeking the White House. During an appearance at Google's headquarters in Silicon Valley yesterday, Mr. Bloomberg said the televised debates among the presidential candidates have been, in essence, a waste of time. "They have absolutely nothing to do with the job and the qualifications. And they don't tell you anything about whether or not any of those candidates would be good or bad presidents....
  • Yes, Rudy Giuliani Is a Conservative

    03/02/2007 6:44:30 PM PST · by 2ThumbsUp · 203 replies · 1,899+ views
    City Journal ^ | Winter 2007 | Steven Malanga
    Yes, Rudy Giuliani Is a Conservative Steven Malanga And an electable one, at that. Not since Teddy Roosevelt took on Tammany Hall a century ago has a New York politician closely linked to urban reform looked like presidential timber. But today ex–New York mayor Rudy Giuliani sits at or near the top of virtually every poll of potential 2008 presidential candidates. Already, Giuliani’s popularity has set off a “stop Rudy” movement among cultural conservatives, who object to his three marriages and his support for abortion rights, gay unions, and curbs on gun ownership. Some social conservatives even dismiss his achievement...