Giuliani’s Gun Dilemma

Written by John DeSio on . Posted in Politics, Posts

Not content with throwing water on the presidential ambitions of Mayor Bloomberg, the gun industry has now set its sights on Rudy Giuliani. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) is accusing Giuliani of flip-flopping on gun control, favoring now a more Republican friendly position while in the past holding a more liberal view. "Recent remarks [&hellip
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Can’t We All Just Get Along? Nope, let’s outlaw some vocabulary

Written by Kari Milchman on . Posted in Politics, Posts

Yesterday, the first day of Black History Month, Queens Councilman Leroy Comrie introduced a resolution asking New Yorkers never to use the "n-word." Obviously, Comrie and those who support him, including Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, haven’t much of a legal leg to stand on (what with freedom of speech and all) … but wouldn’t it [&hellip
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$$$ For Sick Ground Zero Workers … Finally

Written by Kari Milchman on . Posted in Politics, Posts

The New York State Health Department announced Monday that they will work with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to study fatalities among workers who participated in the recovery and cleanup efforts at Ground Zero to determine what health issues were involved. A press release informs that the department hopes to treat responders [&hellip
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Rudy & Hillary Take The Lead In New Hampshire

Written by John DeSio on . Posted in Politics, Posts

Not content to just whip the competition in their home state, Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani are also getting high marks in the key primary state of New Hampshire. A SurveyUSA/WBZ-TV (Boston) poll released yesterday gives Giuliani a 33-32 lead over Arizona Senator John McCain if the Republican primary were held today. Former Massachusetts Governor [&hellip
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Assemblyman Republicans: Pork Funds Are ‘Tip Of The Iceberg’

Written by John DeSio on . Posted in Politics, Posts

The State Assembly’s Republican Caucus leader James Tedisco (pictured) is calling attention to 50 "secret slush funds" his office has found in various state budgets dating back as far as the 2000-2001 legislative calendar. While most are focusing on the $200 million in member items, or "pork," lawmakers get to dole out each year, Tedisco [&hellip
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