On Thursday morning, in a wooded rear parking lot cordoned off with police tape, Sarah Palin stepped out of a big black sport-utility vehicle and entered through the gaudy gates of the Crest Hollow Country Club. She wore a dour black skirt and matching blouse; a bulky red, white and blue wrist band; and a Read More
The Freedom Party arrived at Harlem’s 125th Street subway stop before Andrew Cuomo did.
About ten supporters of Councilman Charles Barron’s protest party–formed in June to denounce the Democrats’ all-white statewide ticket–were already well into their call-and-response before the candidate surfaced uptown this morning.
“HARLEM IS NOT FOR SALE!” they yelled, followed by “LET’S Read More
Tomorrow looks like a big day for politics for the First Couple of New York. Earlier it was announced that Mayor Bloomberg will endorse G.O.P. comptroller hopeful Harry Wilson tomorrow afternoon. Now the Reshma Saujani campaign is out with an announcement that she will be campaigning alongside Diana Taylor, the mayor’s companion.
Taylor’s support of Read More