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It seems Stop and Frisk is once again the issue of this mayoral election. I remember when Occupy was given a favorable ruling by the court and Bloomberg went ahed and changed the judge/ got his way.
Once again, here’s the AM NY headline
and here’s NY Post celebrating in their gracious fashion .I hope New Yorkers will show up and vote on Tuesday!
It’s been so customarily to break the law when starting wars, the media calls the legal process “punting”
.Sorry, Post, that buck was never meant to stop there
Obama fans at the news are not much happier
As the Nobel Prize peace laureate is fixing to start a new war, there are glitches in the “coalition of the willing. The Daily News wants us to be pissed at UK
Sorry folks, the moment was BP spill. Now, bully for them!
Having gotten the maximum mileage from printing “Moscow” next to Snowden’s name, tabloids decided to go one over. A bona-fide spy tweeted she likes Snowden!
And that’s front page news, from the paper that let us know Greenwald’s dog’s too big!
And whie you are outraged by this tweet, remember, you are still being spied on!
And just because we are doing outlandish headlines, here’s the Post coverage of Egypt events .
Back to Snowden, Oba,a almost starts a world war unsuccessfully hunting for Snowden
At least the free tabloids in NYC are in sync with the celebratory mood here.
Metro is trying to boost Quinn’s sagging numbers in the process (lots of politicians trying to get credit for this). NY Post ignores it and I’ll check the Daily News later
Didn’t fin the Daily News cover, but saw their hatchet job on Greenwald
They leave no stone unturned. How can anyone believe Greenwald now when
In a 2003 lawsuit, he and his then partner, Werner Achetz, were sued by their West Side condo board for having a dog that was bigger than building by-laws allowed.
The couple countered that they and their dog Uli were being singled out because they were gay, a charge the board denied. The case eventually settled.
Distractions about my past and personal life have emerged – an inevitable side effect for those who challenge the US government