Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015


Tom considers ‘The Great Debate’

Violence or civil disobedience? That has been the perennial question facing the Civil Rights movement, which has evolved into the “Black Lives Matter” crusade. Comments (2)

Friday, Sept. 18, 2015


Let city shoppers decide for themselves

Schools are open, but once again out-of-work, single-income, poor, working and middle-class parents looking for reasonably priced clothing and educational supplies had to pay more. This is thanks to elected officials who believe they know what is best for you. Polls of ordinary New Yorkers continue year after year, and now decade after decade, to support the right of Walmart to open stores in Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island. Comments (4)

Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015


Board of Elections commish fined on ethics charge

Michael Michel, president of the city’s dysfunctional Board of Elections, has been fined $10,000 after helping his daughter’s live-in boyfriend land a string of positions with the board. Comment


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