Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Cuomo’

Remember the Golden Rule?

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Cutthroat behavior, not kind words, drives modern-day behavior By Lorraine Duffy Merkl Behavior that gets kids detention now, could get them elected governor later. “Pig.” “Cheater.” If these were the taunts of siblings at the dinner table, the parent would intervene and chastise, “That’s not a nice way for people to talk to each other.” [&hellip
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Attorney General Candidates Share Vision for Office

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By Dan Rivoli Eliot Spitzer, before his stunning downfall as governor, was the white knight of Wall Street as attorney general. Before him, Robert Abrams put the attorney general office’s focus on consumer rights. Each attorney general puts their stamp on an office that commands more than 650 lawyers. This September, five candidates are running [&hellip
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Reading the LG Tea Leaves

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What picking Rochester Mayor Duffy means for team Cuomo By Alan S. Chartock Andrew Cuomo has chosen his candidate for lieutenant governor. He is Bob Duffy, the mayor of Rochester, and a virtual unknown “who-he?” to most New Yorkers. If one knows the Cuomos and the way they think, which is politically, you had better [&hellip
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Cuomo Tackles the Albany Beast

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Would-be gov’s success depends on ability to navigate Legislature By Alan S. Chartock Andrew Cuomo is positioning himself to be president of the United States. His chances of getting there will be infinitely increased if he is able to turn Albany into a calmer, less venal, more reflective and genuinely representative place. Cuomo must win [&hellip
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Run, Andrew, Run—Run, Harold, Run

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Last time we checked, we live in a democracy. In fact, our country prides itself on being the progenitor and exporter of democratic ideals. But you wouldn’t suspect this based on how the national (and New York) Democratic Party has been behaving lately. Democracy, by our definition, offers citizens strong choices and vibrant debates on [&hellip
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