Gatemouth analyzes more primary election results and notes that in the race to unseat Rep. Ed Towns, the former Black Panther, Charles Barron, did pretty well among whites in Brownstone Brooklyn.
One of the surprises of this race was Barron’s strength among white voters in the Brownstone areas. In the 52nd, Barron held Read More
Roger Green just called to say he’s a) staying in the race for the Ed Towns Congressional seat in Brooklyn and b) shocked that Charles Barron accused him yesterday of reneging on a deal to drop out of the contest.
Green was particularly upset by Barron’s suggestion that he was staying in the race Read More
IAPE 1096, the union representing Wall Street Journal staff, responded to the Dow Jones memo outlining the company’s new “strategy project” with a memo of its own. Full text after the jump.
Friends – on the heels of the outsourcing of 31 IAPE-represented employees today in South Brunswick comes the news that management Read More
The Politicker missed what I’m told was a heated, biting indictment of Al Sharpton by his ally Charles Barron, who was angered by the Rev. for endorsing against a black woman.
It was, one reader with long experience in black politics points out, a rarity: a public airing of a political grievance between Read More
Charles Barron, the black radical Councilman from East New York, has always wanted to take on the “white power structure.”
And in today’s Newsday, Barron’s fantasy comes true. In the round-up of his re-election contest with a challenger named John Whitehead, the paper runs a photo of the other Read More
The sun may have been ascendant in Scottsdale, Ariz., last
week, but the mood was glum. The scene was the
tech confab of the year: Morgan Stanley Dean Witter’s Internet, Software and
Networking Conference. But with the Nasdaq on its back, who could blame
investors for feeling a bit dyspeptic? And on this day, there Read More