There were always two parts to the behavior of Bloomberg’s aides toward Tom Ognibene — the first fairly standard, the second a little thuggish.
First, on January 12, Bloomberg campaign chief Kevin Sheekey and City Hall aide Rich Wager meet the former Councilman in Starbucks and offer him a job on the campaign. Ognibene turns Read More
A friend, reading about how public servant Russell Harding charged taxpayers for his morning bagel along with occasional trips to exciting locales, etc., dropped me an e-mail lamenting that he had chosen the wrong profession. This was a bit of a surprise: I didn’t even know they had e-mail capability in Sing Sing.
Oh, I Read More
Tucker Carlson’s problems at the Ho Chi Minh City airport on April 28 raise an interesting question for journalists in this age of multiple news organization affiliations: When detained by Communists in a foreign country, which magazine would you want pulling strings back home to win your freedom?
To briefly recount Mr. Carlson’s ordeal, the Read More