Infrastructure Hypocrisy in NYC

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Americans are not wrong to worry about their nation’s aging infrastructure. Those crumbling “roads and bridges” that President Barack Obama has been going on about for precisely as long as…
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The Small Man in Gracie Mansion

If Vox.com were granted the divine power to craft their perfect politician from scratch, the famously self-assured liberal website could still not have conceived of New York City Mayor Bill…
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The Return of Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani never fully left the national political scene after his brief run for the Republican presidential nomination ahead of the 2008 election. New York is too newsworthy a place,…
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Remembering Herman Badillo

Herman Badillo died yesterday at the age of 85. He was a trailblazer in New York City politics, the first Puerto Rican to be elected a borough president (of the Bronx), and the…
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