There may be a rift between Mike Bloomberg and one of his appointees to the city’s Commission on Human Rights.
They city will promote circumcision.
The bruising budget battle diminished Eliot Spitzer’s approval rating.
Judges across the state are upset they didn’t get pay raises in the Read More
Howard Wolfson has arrived in the top tier of Hillaryland.
The “right-wing conspiracy” is back in Hillary’s vocabulary.
John McCain may be gaining on Rudy Giuliani.
John McCain is the new Darth Vader, says Ryan Sager.
One pro-Giuliani blog finds another pro-Giuliani blog…Read More
Rudy Giuliani has hired Daniel Freedman, a conservative editorial writer from The New York Sun.
Here’s a note from the paper’s editor.
From: Seth Lipsky
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2007 11:05:23 AM
To: ~Business Staff; ~Editorial Staff; ~NY Sun Office Staff
Subject: welcome back to ryan sager
I’m delighted to report that Ryan Sager has Read More
Ryan Sager has a bit of a scoop in today’s Post — conservative leader David Keene softening on Rudy — and some fairly surreal photos on his blog from the Conservative Political Action Conference. Read More
A blogger over at the UFT’s Edwize blog takes a swipe at the New York Post’s “barely post-adolescent editorial writers,” and moderately post-adolescent editorialist Ryan Sager takes it as a compliment over at his own blog, Miscellaneous Objections.
“I know it was painful admitting that you’d been Read More
The folks opposed to regulating campaign finance are having some fun out in Washington State today, where a judge ruled that talk-show hosts backing an anti-gas-tax should be considered contributors to the campaign.
As Ryan Sager details on his libertarian blog, the campaigners responded by filing a report that lists as contributors every Read More
Don’t miss Ryan Sager’s damaging attack on the Campaign Finance Reform movement in the New York Post today.
Sager has unearthed a video of one “reformer” bragging about how, to put it generously, his movement uses the tools of its enemies: massive spending campaigns, “astroturf” popular movements, and general deception.
Here’s Sager’s description Read More
Before the election, the New York Post’s Robert George raised some eyebrows with a New Republic cover story explaining why he couldn’t support George W. Bush. Now one of his colleagues, Ryan Sager, is home from the Conservative Political Action Conference, and a bit freaked out by what he took Read More
Teachers’ Union chief Randi Weingarten sets a December 1 deadline for contract negotiations, which are currently on “life support.”
If they fail, she could be a potent enemy for Mike Bloomberg.
She blames Eva Moskowitz and Post columnist Ryan Sager, who gleefully takes credit. Read More