De Blasio Blasted for Not Condemning Anti-Cop Protests

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New York state Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn/Staten Island) criticized New York Mayor Bill de Blasio for never condemning the vile anti-cop protests that erupted after grand juries in Ferguson and New York did not indict the officers involved in the

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Bad Behavior in the Speed Camera Industry

Bad Behavior in the Speed Camera Industry

As more cities around the country have moved to deploy speed cameras in recent years, scrutiny of speed camera vendors has increased. While those companies typically tout speed cameras as a method of enhancing public safety, camera skeptics see more
Standards of Measurement According To Elizabeth Warren

Standards of Measurement According To Elizabeth Warren

Try this experiment. Pour 15-½ ounces of Coca-Cola in a tall glass. Add 1 tablespoon of Budweiser, which is exactly ½ ounce. That makes it 1/32 beer. Question: do you now have a glass of beer? Obviously not…unless you’re Elizabeth
Ohio Senate Poll: Mandel Breathing Down Brown's Neck

Ohio Senate Poll: Mandel Breathing Down Brown's Neck

Josh Mandel, who is challenging incumbent Ohio Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown, is mounting a charge. Polls taken by Quinnipiac and Rasmussen have consistently shown Brown with 45% to 48% of the vote since last fall. Mandel’s support, which was registered at
Bloomberg's Soft Drink Ban Will Subsidize Soda Drinkers

Bloomberg's Soft Drink Ban Will Subsidize Soda Drinkers

The problem with the economically illiterate and inept is that they often forget to consider the secondary effects of their actions. The secondary effects of Mayor Bloomberg’s latest plan to ban the sale of large sodas and “sugary drinks” will do exactly
Warren: Scott Brown Has Offended My Family; This Absolves Me

Warren: Scott Brown Has Offended My Family; This Absolves Me

Elizabeth Warren’s Senate campaign has released a statement pushing back against incumbent opponent Scott Brown, who earlier today called on the Harvard Law professor to release her employment records to clear up ongoing questions about her professed Native American ancestry.
Mitt on Offense: Rattles Axelrod in Boston

Mitt on Offense: Rattles Axelrod in Boston

Today the Obama campaign, in obvious coordination with the Washington Post, expected to launch a new attack against presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney from the steps of the Massachusetts state capital. The Post wrote a story critical of Romney’s time

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