Libya: Military action. [NY Times]
Libya: “We will exterminate every traitor and collaborator with America, Britain, France and the crusader coalition,” said Gadhafi. [WSJ]
Libya: “[Y]ou will always remain my son, and I have all the love for you as a son, and I do not want your image Read More
ALBANY—Several members of New York’s Congressional delegation who have expressed displeasure with David Paterson are here at the Capitol on the day of his speech.
I saw Representatives Scott Murphy and Paul Tonko of the Capital Region, Mike McMahon of Staten Island, Mike Arcuri of Utica, Eric Massa of the Southern Tier and Steve Israel Read More
ALBANY—Assemblyman Denny Farrell, the long-time Harlem legislator who first won his current seat with the backing of Percy Sutton, remembered him today as “a wonderful human being, a wonderful politician, a humanist.”
“He was superb,” Farrell told me by phone this morning. Sutton, a former assemblyman, Manhattan borough president and political dean in Harlem Read More
Eliot Spitzer‘s choice of a Harlem favorite son as his candidate for Lieutenant Governor might have been expected to put the Harlem establishment firmly in his camp.
Instead, they’re furious.
A displeased Charlie Rangel told a group of women — at an event for Lieutenant Governor candidate Leecia Eve this morning Read More
David Dinkins endorsed Freddy at City Hall this morning, though you had to pay close attention to figure out that that’s what he was doing.
The former Mayor read, word for word, a short statement, blandly passed word that Percy Sutton also backs Freddy, and proceeded to refuse to criticize Mayor Bloomberg in any way. Read More
A proposed deal between Time Warner Inc. and the State of New York to run the nonprofit Apollo Theater Foundation is moving closer to fruition and could be announced by the end of spring. And nobody will be more relieved than State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
Under the terms of the proposed deal, Time Warner Read More