An investigation by Mayor Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns found thousands of people with criminal records are seeking to illegally buy firearms on the Internet.
Bloomberg sees “progress” in the gun control movement, despite the politicla non-response to the Navy Yard shootings and the failure of his candidates in the recent Colorado recall election.
Bruce Gyory thinks Bloomberg should pick his gun control battles more carefully.
Assembylman Kieran Michael Lalor is hosting a fall trapshoot and BBQ fund-raiser, telling his backers: “I’ve stood up for the Second Amendment in Albany, now I need your support.”
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley responds to the “slash-and-burn” economic policies of fellow 2016 contender, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and his like-minded GOP governors.
Sen. Rand Paul has a “gut feeling” that Hillary Clinton won’t run again for president, which would be good news for him (and other would-be Republican candidates).
Public corruption might be “rampant” in New York, as US Attorney Preet Bharara says, but corruption convictions in cases brought by U.S. attorneys’ offices in New York have trended down lately.
Former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s new role following his loss last week: Pundit. (Maybe that was the idea all along?)
Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice and her 2010 primary opponent, AG Eric Schneiderman, busted four employees of a Long Island modeling agency for scamming some $250,000 from clients by promising to get their kids jobs that didn’t exist.
More Cuomo administration appointments.
“Joe Lhota, would you stop the subways if this puppy fell into the tracks?”
Here’s NYC Independence Party mayoral candidate Adolfo Carrion’s education plan.
Flushing the toilet is going to become more expensive for businesses and homeowners, if they’re located in Albany or Rensselaer counties.
The de Blasios went to Cuba (illegally) for their honeymoon, which their daughter, Chiara, thinks is “badass.”
Cuomo will visit Niagara Falls tomorrow to make an announcement about “economic development” – perhaps related to the $25 million hotel project with Buffalo developer Mark Hamister?)
SUNY Chairman Carl McCall says he has Cuomo’s support to pull the plug on Brooklyn’s financially ailing Long Island College Hospital if another buyer can’t be found.
Kevin Bott, the Green Party candidate for mayor of Syracuse, insists he’s not a “symbol” and is running to win.
Inspired by the memory of his late son, Buffalo Bills great Jim Kelly returned to Capitol Hill to push Congress to renew legislation that helps states to expand their newborn health screening programs.
The growth in the gross domestic product of New York metropolitan areas was less than the national average, federal statistics show.
Seems a little early for this.
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