So, Al Sharpton endorsed 1199 in their fight against Eliot Spitzer’s health care spending plan.
Does that have anything to do with the fact that both Sharpton and 1199 are clients of the same media consulting company, KnickerbockerSKD?
When I asked the company’s president for strategic communications and public relations, Stefan Friedman, about this, Read More
Here is an item rescued from Ben Smith’s site, which wasn’t ready for the Drudging they got this morning and is temporarily inaccessible.
When Crains reported this morning that Yvette Clarke hadn’t graduated Oberlin, it also reported that she’d never claimed to — which is pretty crucial in stories like this.
As it turns Read More
Here’s a tidbit that closes a few circles in New York politics.
All Sharpton’s Keepers of the Dream conference, at which John Kerry is expected to appear next month, is being represented by the new P.R. wing of KnickerbockerSKD (along with the Rev’s longtime aide Rachel Noerdlinger). The move extends Al’s embrace to Read More
You can read about Al Sharpton’s attack on the Post, the Bush Justice Department, and various others elsewhere, but one scene after his press conference this morning said a lot.
After the Rev wrapped up and marched into the News Corp. building to face Bill O’Reilly, his press secretary, Rachel Noerdlinger, waved Post reporter Read More