Bill Thompson did not denounce offensive remarks directed at Christine Quinn, made at a public forum he organized.
Jimmy Fallon and Katie Couric will help Michael Bloomberg raise money for the 9/11 Memorial.
Clyde Haberman looks at how politicos prevent primaries by using their muscle and petition laws.
Joel Klein recycles teachers.
A computer company that charged $250,000 per consultant it sent to work at the city schools pays its workers only a fraction of that amount.
There are new charges against Richard Izquierdo, a relative of Carmen Arroyo, the assemblywoman, and Maria del Carmen Arroyo, the councilwoman.
The New York Racing Association slams OTB, saying it’s a patronage mill.
The Working Families Party dubs its preferred candidates community organizers.
Jay-Z boosts sales by trashing technology.
A Brooklyn marching band that performed for Barack Obama’s inauguration is now in trouble.
Anonymous298 defends Bloomberg’s campaign spending, saying that he “doesn’t kowtow to unions.”
Reader A.L. supports using the N-word in order to denounce racism.
And here’s video from the RNCC showing Congress members laughing at Anthony Weiner’s assertion that Obama’s health care bill will end up reducing taxes.