In this week’s Observer, Azi and I looked at Donald Trump’s New York state political contributions, which favored Democrats over Republicans by a nearly two-to-one margin.
Not surprisingly, his New York City donations skew even more toward Democrats, and again, reflect a certain pragmatism more than any discernible political ideology.
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Only after Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion named Elizabeth Holtzman a co-chair of his city comptroller campaign did I realize that she is an outspoken proponent of impeaching George W. Bush–a movement that hasn’t gained much traction even in heavily Democratic New York State (although it’s slightly more popular in Vermont). Read More
Adolfo Carrion just announced two more co-chairs for his city comptroller campaign: former city comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman and Merryl H. Tisch, chairperson of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty.
Last month, Carrion rolled out two others: former state comptroller Carl McCall and business executive Leo Hindrey Jr.
Locking up the support of Read More
Don’t Be Failin’ to Launch, Now
Hey, y’all. I’m not too bad with the old word processor-ino, so I thought I’d toss a couple lines of hello to you. Say it with me, people: McConaughey in the hou-shizzle!
I’ll be in this little comedy romantique opposite excellent New Yawk girl Sarah Parker. It’s a Read More