True News What Ever Happen to the City Council Slush Fund Investigation? Council Slush Fund (True News)
Quinn: Why the Cover Up of the Slush Fund Investigation?
City Hall Crime Wave
What the Daily News and the NYP did not include in their editorials today is a demand that the council slush fund investigation be finished. We know that Quinn knows about Councilwoman Ferraras involvement in Monserrate member item rip-offs. She was the director of LIBRE which the feds say was put together to help Monserrate to win elections. The editorial boards should ask why a pol who wants to run for mayor is not working to get to the bottom of the council slush fund.
What about these Charges Quinn?
Yesterday's True News Dysfunctional Debate for a Dysfunctional State
Today's NYT Editorial
"What there was not was a debate. The 12 minutes or so allotted to each candidate for one of the most powerful state jobs in the country deprived voters of information about how the real contenders would move New York forward." (NYT)
True News Yesterday
"A wish list with little reality that belonged more in Disney's Fantasyland than in a state with the economic and governmental problems like New York. A waste of 90 minutes that left the voters entertained but clueless on how they would govern." (True News)
Mr. Paladino Talks Himself into Oblivion
How dumb can you be to not want a one on one with Cuomo. Paladino has asked for another 7 way circus debate. If he asked for a one on one he might have had a case in the media. The NYT already wants one. "Mr. Cuomo and Mr. Paladino owe voters a real debate before citizens have to go to the polls on Nov. 2. There are several open invitations for a one-on-one exchange. There is no excuse to decline." (NYT Ed)
Please, sir, can I have some more: Carl bashes debate, demands redo (DN) * Siena Poll: Andrew Cuomo Hammers Carl Paladino For Gov, 63% To 26% *Cuomo leads Carl by 37 points: poll
Update Paladino Now Wants to Debate One on One
Paladino To Cuomo: Bring On The Debates! * Paladino Agrees To Debates, Cuomo Remains Silent
Mayor Mum on Senate Races(WSJ) * Bloomberg Endorses Candidates Far and Wide - But Not Schumer * New York Politics Are Stylish Enough for Vogue Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand gets an adoring write-up in the new issue of Vogue as she campaigns to finish the two years left on Hillary Clinton's Senate term.(WSJ) * The DN dubs Kirsten Gillibrand "downright smoking these days." * Jimmy McMillan and Andrew Cuomo Meet "UP" [VIDEO] * Paladino’s Running Mate, and Mop-Up Man * Rent Is Too Damn High Party Candidate Not A Member Of Rent Is Too Damn High Party * Rent Is Too Damn High Candidate Doesn't Pay Rent www.msnbc.msn.com * Ed Koch: Gov Debate "A Joke," But Not Andrew Cuomo's Fault
"The election of a single individual isn't going to change Albany. "
Lame-Duck Gov. Paterson Still Quacking Away
Lame-Duck Gov. Paterson Still Quacking Away
A Senator Who Started as a Deputy Sheriff in Massachusetts Eric T. Schneiderman (NYT) * A Son of S.I. and G.O.P. Prosecutor Who Has ‘No Ties to Albany’(NYT)
Endorsement Sweep in the Comptroller’s Race (NYT)
Daily News Not A Complete List
It will cost $25,000 to change a screwed-up ballot in the Queens special election.
Rent is to Damn Low
Gov-election candidate has $800 rent (NYP) * Opposing Excessive Rent, but Vague About His Own (NYT)
No President Bloomberg?
Only 26% of New Yorkers want Bloomberg to run for president: poll
Swing District in Motion Again A recent poll shows Rep. John Hall trailing his GOP challenger, eye doctor Nan Hayworth, by three points. That, in combination with national polls, suggests the district could once again change hands.(WSJ)
New York Economic Meltdown Region Trails City's Rebound, N.Y. Fed Says Although New York is recovering from the economic downturn, the rest of the region isn't following suit, the head of the New York Fed said Tuesday (WSJ) * State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli warned that revenues have to grow nearly 12 percent in the second half of the fiscal year in order for the budget to remain balanced.* NYers pay outsized share of public pensions Taxpayers here pick up 88% of state and local government workers' pension tabs, versus a 67% share nationwide. A testament to union power, say budget experts.(Crains NY)
Moskowitz Charter Plan Draws Fire(WSJ) * Citing $11M grant to expand, PS 145 advocates fear growing problem, slam charter school (DN) * Teachers Union Files Lawsuit To Suppress Release Of Teacher Grades
Neighbors fear landlord will open hot-sheet suites (DN)
Scolding City, Judge Bans New Hiring by Fire Dept. (NYT) * Judge Scores City on Fire Hiring(WSJ)
Does something look wrong here? You wanna know what this is all about?
(Hint: It's just evidence of more Bloombergian malfeasance.)
She's my girl! Fan wanted to battle A-Rod for Cameron Diaz (DN)
Law and Order Jetblue loony gets to slide Flight attendant dodges jail in plea bargain (NYP) * 'Cab slash' fiend out (NYP) * $18.6M to cleared rape-rap prisoner (NYP) * City pays $1M for bike busts (NYP) * Murder Trial Puts Death Penalty in Spotlight in Connecticut Campaigns (NYT) * Court Won’t Reconsider Its Reversal of Death Penalty in Killing of 2 Officers (NYT) * $18 Million to Man Wrongly Imprisoned (NYT) * Guilty Plea but No Jail for Ex-JetBlue Attendant (NYT) * 2 Men Are Arrested in Killing of Pace Student in Manhattan (NYT) * JetBlue Attendant Pleads Guilty(WSJ) * Geriatric desperado pleads not guilty to botched bank job (DN) * Gang thug gets 20 years in vicious slay of bus driver (DN) *You auto know: Older vehicles targeted as car thefts up (DN) * Police Release Sketch Of Suspect In Attempted Assaults In Queens* Woman Raped Inside Apartment Building Elevatorwww.wpix.com * Police Release Sketch Of Suspect In Attempted Assaults In Queens * Teen killer says he only 'jabbed' WABC reporter in the neck (NYP) * Accused rapist gets caught after texting victim for date (NYP)
Making Ignorance Chic In the ’50s, Marilyn made it chic to be smart. Now Sarah makes it chic to be ignorant.(Dowd, NYT)
Spitzer’s Harvard Club Application? Rejected (NYT)
Obama To Appear On Daily Show Just Days Before Jon Stewart’s ‘Sanity Rally’
Next Stop in Foreclosure Fight May Be Courtroom (NYT)