One of the attempts to try to explain Kathy Hochul’s upset win appeared on theatlantic.com and was written by Chris Good, who is identified as an associate editor at The Atlantic, where he writes for the Politics channel and who previously reported and blogged for The Hill newspaper.
Michael Goodwin in Sunday’s NY Post thinks he has caught Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver in a hypocritical inconsistency.
For those who are afraid that Donald Trump might actually become the Republican nominee for President next year, I say don’t worry.
Remember 4 years ago and see if these qualities that describe the then GOP front runner in all the polls don’t also apply to Trump. And we all remember what happened to that frontrunner.
Obnoxious New Yorker
Hosted NBC TV Show
Obsessed with golf
LAS VEGAS – Nevada Sen. John Ensign announced Thursday he will resign amid an ethics investigation
From Thursday’s Page 6 in the NY Post –
NY Observer – March 22, 2011
On Friday evening, after a cup of broccoli soup, a plate of chicken and a few sips of red wine, Rudy Giuliani took to the stage in the ballroom of the Executive Court banquet hall and prepared to let loose.
Last week’s votes in the Congress are more evidence that the growing power of Republican moderates is just a wishful thinking by those who are always looking for the thoughtful moderates who will save the day.
On Friday night, the House voted to prohibit all funds for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and its affiliates. Not funding for abortion but all funds!
A few pundits and others in the press have decided that moderate Republicans are making a comeback.
They have decided this true because the number of Republican Senators & Congressmen who are members of the self-declared centrist group, the Republican Main Street Partnership has grown.
Here’s the Political Fix blog of the Washington Post –
Saturday’s NY Post reported that poor Hiram Monserrate can no longer afford to pay his high-priced mouthpiece Joe Tacopina.