Tag Archives: Scott Stringer

What If They Held A Corruption Trial And No Media Covered It

The federal corruption trial of Melvin E. Lowe began this week in White Plains with little to no media coverage. What strikes me and a few other inquiring minds is that sits at the middle of a number intersecting investigations … Continue reading

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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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LAST LOOK (Video): Michael Benjamin | City & State

LAST LOOK: City & State columnist Michael Benjamin weighs in on Anthony Weiner, Eliot Spitzer and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s role in the Micah Kellner scandal in a video interview with Jon Lentz: http://bit.ly/16a2oYl http://www.cityandstateny.com/look-michael-benjamin/

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