Category Archives: Public Policy

79 AD Candidates Debate on BronxTalk TV

On Monday night,  BronxTalk host Gary Axlebank again did Bronx voters a public service by bringing together candidates for state assembly in the 79th AD which spans parts of Melrose, Morrisania, Crotona, Claremont and Concourse Village. Frontrunner (and Mister Moneybags) … Continue reading

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An injustice the Rev can’t bother to fight | New York Post

My latest NY Post column (8/29/2014): On Saturday and again on Monday, TV personality and civil-rights activist The Rev. Al Sharpton spoke of the need to separate bad apples from the bag of good cops. But without skipping a beat, … Continue reading

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Bronx Talk TV 79AD Debate Tonight at 9pm

Bronxtalk TV 79 AD Debate On Bronxnet public access Monday (9/1) at 9pm. (h/t Anthony Rivieccio, Northwest Bronx Democrats) Spoiler alert: The debate was recorded between the candidates for the Democratic Primary in the 79th AD in the Bronx.  Of … Continue reading

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Peace Comes To Ed Reform Land

This post has been edited. Since my post, “Trouble In Ed Reforn Land,” appeared online yesterday hinting that AG Eric Schneiderman’s consolidation motion in the teacher tenure cases wasn’t sitting well with Campbell Brown and the heavy hitters behind her … Continue reading

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Trouble In Ed Reform Land

[NOTE: I was informed late Wednesday afternoon that attorneys for plaintiffs in Wright v State of New York had filed a letter advising the Court that they did not oppose the consolidation motion back on Friday, August 22. Click here.] Since … Continue reading

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Rally For Justice Marchers Arrive SI Ferry Terminal, “Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!”

“Hands up! Don’t Shoot!” Continue reading

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UAC/African Leadership Project ‘Meet The Candidates 77AD Forum’ | African Immigrant Issues

Thursday night’s forum in the 77th Assembly District (West Bronx) was billed as an effort for the candidates to address the needs, concerns and issues of the immigrant African community. Continue reading

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Quietly last Thursday, August 7, NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a notice of motion for consolidation of two lawsuits challenging teacher tenure citing the involvement of “identical substantive issues.” One, Davids v State of New York was commenced by … Continue reading

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Things That Make You Say Hmm!

During three days of testimony before a special referee hearing the election law challenge to his candidacy, Blake sought to establish his residential bona fides as legally qualified candidate seeking elected office in New York State and his Bronx assembly … Continue reading

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Challenging Inequalities in NYC Housing Plans

Challenging Inequalities in NYC Housing Plans (video) via @bxperspectives @BronxnetTV Go to link => http://t.co/w3do4mKF8Z http://CorruptionCrusher.com/ @SquarePegDem http://www.Facebook.com/SquarePegDem http://www.YouTube.com/SquarePegDem

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