Category Archives: The Economy

Benjamin: John Burnett Is What NYC Comptroller’s Job Needs | NY Post

Republicans in New York City have a golden opportunity to win over minority voters with the candidacy of John Burnett for city comptroller.

John who?

John Burnett is a genuine “only in New York story” that remains unknown… Continue reading

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Bronx elected officials deliver petition to a McDonalds owner

Check out @camillerrivera’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/camillerrivera/status/361892246892728320

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Small Business Saturday Nov 24 – Support Small Businesses!

Support your local small business on Saturday, November 24, 2012 and make everyday a day to support small business in New York. Small Business Saturday   November 24, 2012 A day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do … Continue reading

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2012 voters: The deepest racial split since ’88

Talk about voting against your economic and class interests in favor of racial fears. The unrelenting torrent of code words and innuendo about President Obama’s heritage, competence, intelligence and legitimacy to hold the nation’s highest office is giving license for … Continue reading

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The South’s National Political Power is Waning – BCNN1

There’s hope for Democrats in winning the South in November and years to come. The party needs to harken back to the Democratic Leadership Council centrist philosophy of fiscal responsibility, investment in education and economic development. I found this article … Continue reading

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Married Women Move Toward Romney – National Journal

This afternoon the National Journal’s Jim O’Sullivan reports that a new ABC News/Washington Post survey shows that Mitt Romney is closing the so-called gender gap. Today’s ABC News/Washington Post poll makes clear that President Obama, despite a month of “War on Women” chatter … Continue reading

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