The 2% Vote
You read it in True News Before the Times
City of 8 Million Was a Ghost Town at the Polls (Sam Roberts, NYT October 6, 2009)
The Times and Roberts Blog Bias
Not only did the NYT fail to give credit to the True News Blog (They never do, they don't even list True News on their list of city bloggers) but they failed to follow up the consultant lobbyist and multi state organize crime by well know democratic fund raisers and Hedge fund owners to rub the pension funds of New York and several other states. The NYT also failed to look at the cancer in New York Elections the lobbyist consultants, like Morris
The Third World Would would not accept a 2% voter turn out! NYPIRG just want to end the run off Gene Russianoff of NYPIRG can say is do away with the runoff because nobody votes and it expensive to operate?
Harding, prosecutors said, was a "Sham Placement Agent"
Cuomo is tightening the noose
Selling Ballot Lines
Only True News Asked Will the Corruption in the Pension System Happen in the Future Again? What was run into is a wall of The Silence of the Lions: What the Comptroller Candidates Don't Want You to Know On April 29, 2009 we asked each comptroller candidate and the media the following question, we have yet to receive an answer. OUT OF COMPTROLLER, AS SCANDAL SPREADS, CITY COMPTROLLER CANDIDATES LOOK FOR BIGGER ROCK TO HIDE UNDER *** Everyone is Covering Up the Pension Scandal for Their Own Reasons
More True News related articles The Wolf at Thompson's Door *** True News: Wolf at Thompson Door, Part II . Avella Opens A Cut
Aldus Saul Meyers Pleas Guilty Also Meyer admitted to ginning up a favorable report on a $750 million pension-fund investment after Loglisci threatened to quash a separate deal with Meyer's firm, Aldus Equity. The pension-fund adviser said that he sought out Morris for his political connections and paid the Democratic political guru $300,000 in exchange for a deal to manage the state retirement fund.
Who is Deborah Gallegos?
Gallegos moved to New York from a less high-profile post as deputy state investment officer for the New Mexico State Investment Council, where she oversaw a $1 billion private equity program and worked with the governor on investing $11.8 billion in assets
Aldus New Mexico Pension Fund Advisor Bill Richardson ordered the New Mexico State Investment Council (SIC) and Educational Retirement Board to fire Aldus New Mexico drops Aldus Equity, cites New York probe | Deals
2005 Thompson Names Gallegos Top Advisor
Deborah Gallegos was the Chief Investment Officer for the Comptroller of the City of New York during 2005
Why was Gallegos name New York City's Chief Investment Officer? Gallegos was only deputy investment manager for a 11 billion dollare pension fund. Why was she put in charge of New Yorks 100 million dollar pension fund? Why did she leave after only a few months?
While iGallegos was in charge of New York City Pension Fund .her former advisor in the New Mexico pension fund Aldus got began providing investment services to the City Pension Funds. In 2005, the Police Pension Fund hired Aldus as a private equity consultant for investments in Funds smaller than $750 million. The Fire Pension Fund separately approved a $40 million investment commitment with Aldus in 2005, and another $15 million in 2008..
Aldus also serves as an adviser to retirement systems managing the pension assets of government workers in
Road to City Hall
Gov of La Mancha Gov's $lim-fast plan Orders cuts to trim monster deficit by 25% *** Paterson Orders Additional Cuts
Pay to Play
Washington Our Three Bombs Today’s youth are growing up in the shadow of three bombs — the nuclear, debt and climate bombs — any one of which could go off and set in motion a radical change in their lives (Friedman NYT) *** 4 Senators’ Concerns Reflect Health Care Challenge *** Ensign Says He Won’t Step Down *** AP Poll: Obama's Approval Rating Jumps 6 Percent *** Supreme Court Wary of Ban on Cruelty Videos (Wash Post) *** Government report questions rescue claims *** The Once and Constant Opposition - Lou Cannon, Politics Daily *** Labor's Lackey in the White House - Matthew Continetti, Los Angeles Times *** Jobless Rate Is Key to Fate of Dems in 2010 - Neil King, Wall Street Journal *** Obama and the General - Wall Street Journal *** Hey Moderate Dems, Stop Blocking Health Reform - The New Republic *** Obama's Political 'Balancing Act' - David Warren, Ottawa Citizen
Foreign Policy Obama Rules Out Large Reduction in Afghan Force
International Court Overturns Berlusconi's Immunity
Wall Street and the Economy
*** Regulation: Doubts over political resolve for reform (FT.Com)
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