Long Island Congressman Peter King appeared on The O’Reilly Factor yesterday and the host began by asking him one of the great intro questions ever:
“Congressman, right off the bat, tell us something we don’t know.”
“Well I don’t know if everyone knows this or not, but you mentioned the fact that we Read More
Fresh off the house floor, where he voted against cutting $4 billion in federal spending (an opinion that he was in the minority on, which permitted the government to continue operating for at least another few weeks), Congressman Ed Towns phoned The Politicker to explain why someone who has logged three decades in Congress Read More
Yesterday we reported how Bronx state Senator Ruben Diaz Sr. called on the leadership to condemn the Independent Democratic Caucus–those four moderate Senators who refuse to back Majority Leader John Sampson–pointing out that he and his allies in the “Four Amigos” withstood a verbal barrage from the press and the party leadership when they Read More
Mayor Michael Bloomberg traveled to a hardware store in the Bronx this afternoon to tout his administration’s clean-up efforts regarding the blizzard that hit the city on Sunday and to express regret that in places the storm seemed to find the city unprepared.
But he had no patience for the chorus of critics–some of Read More
David Paterson appeared on “Imus in the Morning” today and he was asked by the host why everyone from President Obama to Kirsten Gillibrand seemed to want to “throw you under the bus” in the middle of his term.
Said the Governor:
Imus, I cut 42 billion dollars of deficit in three years in my Read More
We’ve established that plenty of folks are skeptical with whether Serena is actually injured, but Kim Clijsters is not one of them.
After Clijsters’ straight sets first round victory today over Greta Arn, the returning U.S. Open champ said she’s seen Serena’s injury and it’s legit.
“I saw the injury, so…and it’s not something Read More
After spending months pushing the health care debate as far left as it could go–taunting senators not to care about 60 votes and imploring someone, anyone to talk about the public option–Anthony Weiner now has to sell the bill to his constituents in Queens and Brooklyn.
So, he penned an editorial for the Read More