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Our managing director, Michele Moloney-Kitts, spoke at UNICEF USA's annual meeting today, spreading the message that the solution to end violence against children starts with data. Keynote speaker NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg seemed to agree, quoting: "In God we trust, but everyone else brings data."
If you like NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ideas about reforming education, prepare to get schooled:
Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy to meet with Mayor Michael Bloomberg about guns
In the aftermath of tHurricane Sandy in New York, even Mayor Michael Bloomberg agreed to the fact that the dreadful climate change ought to be looked at. This is something the rights have always strongly opposed.
*** Picasso couldn't paint a better picture than this that has surfaced about this Zionist Statist quo, If your not with us then your against us. Don't be fooled by this Garbage about this President being Moslem and his agenda is Distruction of America from within. Well lets focus on who is supporting this President and Administration Zionist jews like Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Senator Chuck Schumer Connecticut Congressman Lieberman California's Senator Dianne Feinstein these statist crazies have been Attacking our Constitution by Infringing on your Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms and call it gun control registration, really so you then can come knocking down doors to collect all that have registered with your registry. Bloomberg has been paying actors to come on television andbsay they support gun Registry, come on really they are fracking actors psy them enough they will sell there mothers to you.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg opposes the legislation, arguing it violates the state constitution. But the bill currently has 34 co-sponors, enough to override a potential mayoral veto. Do you think non-citizens should be able to vote? Take our poll.
N.Y. Mayor Michael Bloomberg the epitome of liberalism wants to throw out the Constitution Folks this is what's...
In his weekly radio address Sunday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg blasted two proposals that he said would “undermine public safety” by placing a yoke on the NYPD.
If it’s hard and plastic, recycle it.That’s the message Mayor Michael Bloomberg sent Wednesday as he announced the city’s biggest expansion of its recycling program in 25 years.“Rigid” plastics like yogurt cups, take-out food containers, toys...
The Fox & Friends gang tackles NBA player Jason Collins announcing he is *** and NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is grilled on gun control and his sugary drink laws.
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has threatened to start chewing tobacco following Mayor Michael Bloomberg's new initiative proposed for New York City.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg fails to persuade in his defense of a troubled police program.
It was a scene the Philadelphia District Attorney called "a house of horrors." A warning to readers, some of the details in this story are gruesome. West Philadelphia doctor Kermit Gosnell is on trial for running an abortion clinic in which he allegedly killed babies who had survived illegal, lat...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg & police commissioner Raymond Kelly expand public appearances in place of testifying in court
Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned yesterday at City Hall that the City faces long-term challenges because of rising employee costs such as pensions and health care, and wants City employees to start paying more for their health premiums.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented the last executive budget as Mayor for fiscal year 2014. He credited the City’s continued economic growth and fiscal discipline for a budget valued at almost $70 billion.
From anchor Don Teague FOX 26: I joke a lot about the Zombie Apocalypse. My wife even bought me one of those shirts that says, "The Hardest Part About A Zombie Apocalypse Will Be Pretending I'm Not Excited." While that's true, it occurs to me that being overrun with the risen dead isn't ALL fun and games. Surely there must be some drawbacks? With that in mind, this is the beginning of what will eventually become the official (and exhaustive) list of pros and cons of the ZA (please feel free to add to it): Pro: No mortgages, car payments, Verizon bills, or taxes Con: Starbucks discontinues the pumpkin spice latte Pro: Survival of the fittest Con: I'm not fit Pro: No more hipsters Con: Next season of "Homeland?" Cancelled Pro: Everyone dresses like Milla Jovovich Con: Including Ryan Seacrest Pro: Airlines launch a fare sale Con: Zombie flight attendants Pro: Texas secedes Con: Oklahoma comes with us Pro: Justin Bieber can no longer record music Con: He still performs live Pro: NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg all ...
Bloomberg and Kelly prefer airwaves to courtroom in stop-and-frisk trial: Mayor Michael Bloomberg and police c...
gives $15m loan to Sept. 11 Museum. Costs to fund estimated between $700-875m.
Guardian Law: NYPD stop-and-frisk trial proceeds as policy's defenders take to the airwaves: Mayor Michael Blo...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has come out in support of a pilot program offering the morning-after pill and other contraceptives without parental consent in New York City schools. On Monday Bloomberg said, "The good news is we’ve brought teenage pregnancy down by, I think, something like 25 percent over…
"New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday used the case of a murdered 17-year-old Bronx student..."
It is just incredible how quick NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is to throw a temper tantrum whenever anyone dares question his crusade to rid the nation of its remaining civil liberties. In this case...
A Tyrant Hits His Slice Limit: This one is filed under Too Good to Check: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was...
DB signs up for NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's CarbonChallenge & pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
"A fictional article about New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg ended up featured on Friday on The Drudge Report,...
With criticism of the police infusing the Democratic race to succeed him, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Tuesday offered a staunch defense..
After half a day spent squaring off with their peers on the best mathematical models for plastic accumulation and recycling in Moody’s Mega Math Challenge 201
Over all, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s $69.8 billion budget proposal hews closely to his original blueprint that would keep spending flat and eschew raising taxes.
Who ARE the people that want to grab the guns from law abiding citizens? Heard of “Mayors Against Illegal Guns”? (NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s bunch of gun grabbers) Now here’s “Gunowners Against Illegal Mayors”. (Alan Gottlieb’s Second Amendment Foundation’s response)
Ready, Willing & Able, which provides enrollees with paid transitional work and housing while providing the occupational training and life skills they need to secure permanent employment and self-supported housing.
Breaking! Mayor Michael Bloomberg reveals Sunday radio address will be on profiling bill in City Council. Bloomberg still opposed.
"Dinkins came in at the wrong time," Mayor Michael Bloomberg, talking about crime rate during the former mayor's tenure.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was denied a second slice of pizza today at an Italian…
Awards all around: 'Tis the season for art awards, it seems. New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, is due to ...
After months of legislating soda sizes and steak rarenesses it seems the food police have finally met their match. As The Daily Currant reports, in protest over the proposed soda ban in NY, the owners of Collegno's Pizzeria in Brooklyn refused to serve Mayor Michael Bloomberg a second slice of pizza...
During a Tuesday speech to New York City Police Department brass, Mayor Michael Bloomberg equated critics of the controversial stop-and-frisk policy, which is the subject of an ongoing federal lawsuit, with an unruly mob.
Mayor Sets Line On Police Force: Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to keep the number of New York City police officers constant at roughl...
Running for Boston — and America: If New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly w...
"Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to sign a new law banning the e-bike, which some say is fast and dangerous.
Was New York mayor Michael Bloomberg denied a second slice of pizza at an Italian eatery in Brooklyn?
Cornell University and the Technion Institute of Technology of Israel have been selected by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to help build a Roosevelt Island Science Center into a rival of California's Silicon Valley.
Video surveillance, a market that was already on an upward trajectory, is expected to receive a big boost in spending following the bombings in Boston.
Post-Boston, New York’s mayor said that “our laws and our interpretation of the Constitution” may “have to change.”
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on May 2 presented an executive budget that contains about $800 million in unanticipated revenue from personal-income and corporate taxes. Bloomberg’s $69.8 billion budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 proposes no new taxes and calls for reduced spending on education. U...
What was the mayor up to today? PUBLIC SCHEDULE FOR MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2013 *12:30 PM Presents FY 2014 Executive Budget Blue Room City Hall MANHATTAN *Media wishing to attend must have an NYPD media credential. The budget presentation will air live on NYCTV Channel 74, NY1 and www.nyc.gov. A live television feed with cutaways will be available at switch port CTY3 and an ISO podium shot will be available at switch port CTY1. Both feeds will be rebroadcast immediately after the presentation. Questions regarding the feed should be directed to the Mayor’s Press Office at (212) 788-2958. Video and still photography are pool only and no additional video or still cameras will be permitted. Photo Pool: Associated Press (212) 621-1902 TV Pool: NY1 (212) 379-3456 Contact: Mayor’s Press Office (212) 788-2958
NYLCV to host annual Celebrating a Greener New York Spring Gala on Monday, May 20, at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers in New York City. "The evening will be a special tribute to New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and will honor David W. Levinson. The NYLCV Education Fund will also honor Brooklyn Botanic Garden. More special guests will be announced soon."
In a pleasant surprise, voters are more concerned about retaining basic rights in wake of the Boston bombing
While Wheel of Fortune visited New York City, conservative host Pat Sajak couldn't help but to poke fun at the soda policy of Bloomberg.
NEW YORK—New York State’s highest court, the New York State Court of Appeals, rejected today a motion by the Office of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, which sought leave to appeal a lower court’s ruling ordering the...
Probably the ultimate in security theater: Williams-Sonoma stops selling pressure cookers "out of respect." They say it's temporary. (I bought a Williams-Sonoma pressure cooker last Christmas; I wonder if I'm now on a list.)
Smartphone manufacturers and wireless carriers could be doing a lot more to counteract iPhone and other mobile device thefts, security experts and industry observers say in a New York Times report that singles out Apple.
Public School 244 in the Flushing section of New York’s Queens borough has gone vegan — the first public school in the nation to serve only...
Two leading voices in the movement to confront police abuse and violence in New York City talk about the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Daniel Taylor | Tyranny is rising in the United States of America.
Activists pushing for tougher gun laws are asking them to change their votes.
“The Boston bombing provided the opportunity for the government to turn what should have been a police investigation into a military-style occupation of an American city,” warns Ron Paul. By William F. Jasper
The vast majority of the American support common sense "gun control" laws, and the National Rifle Association (NRA) does not, the latest polling data released y
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been accused of many things over the years, but at a press conference today, a representative of the New York Association of Grocery Stores provided a new nickname: magician. "This mayor must be the great Houdini--he must be Houdini--because in 2001, when he took office,…
Sonic's lineup of summer ice cream shakes includes one made with peanut butter and bacon. Spoiler: It's not very good for you.
New York mayor rejects criticism of the controversial stop-and-frisk police tactic as politically based.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg: "Our interpretation of the Constitution has to change." Wow!! Isn't that the same as rewriting it??
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says surviving bomber has told law enforcement that they planned to attack NYC's Times Square next
ask Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his friends at Partnership for a New American Economy what they think:
Governor Cuomo Says Boston Bombing Part of ‘New Normal’ Mayor Michael Bloomberg may have canceled his morning...
Jay-Z graces the cover of TIME Magazine with a profile written by the Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
2007 to 2013: Mayor Michael Bloomberg orders NYPD Officers to "STOP & SEARCH" BLACK and LATINO Men without SEARCH WARRANTS on
while some folks lauds Mayor Michael Bloomberg on guns, he needs to show leadership & settle the case. 10 years is 2 long!
NO JOURNALIST shld ever interview NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg w/o asking him, "why won't he settle Central Park 5 case?"
Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently signed the Hurricane Sandy: Fee Relief for Business Recovery into law, which...
Our Latest: Bloomberg Fighting to Reinstate Drink Ban: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg just won’t take no for...
NYC's Bloomberg wants cigarettes out of sight
BREAKING: Mayor Michael Bloomberg to ban Mayor Michael Bloomberg for being bad for New Yorkers.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg officially ‘opened the doors’ to new NYC HQ
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is such a wonderful person. I hope some of his infinite wisdom can rub off on me.
“Mayor Michael Bloomberg bill would set minimum price on cigts. The prices in NYC got my kid 2 quit
Courts take control from NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg, when an appeal on the sugary drink proposal takes place.
Diddy will co-host 'Superstars for Sandy Relief party' with Chairman Vince McMahon and Mayor Michael Bloomberg at Cipriani Wall Street
Sign the petition i made! Michael Rubens Bloomberg: Step down from the office of Mayor of New York City. via
Critics pan Bloomberg's preservation strategy: During his three terms as mayor, Michael Bloomberg has preserve...
WWE helps launch Superstars for Sandy Relief: WWE is joining with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New Jersey...
Mayor Bloomberg’s penchant for landmarking has irked some RE pros: Mayor Michael Bloomberg Under Mayor Michael...
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the first-in-the-nation juggling ban Monday.
Should prescription painkillers be restricted in the ER?: Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently introduced new rest...
Media in Love with Bloomberg’s Nanny State Policies - The media are in love – with New York City Mayor Michael...
City Celebrates 10 Years of a Smoke-Free NYC: Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday celebrated the 10-year ann...
Monitoring New York City’s Police: Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York and Commissioner Raymond Kelly are apop...
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is starting to evolve into Dr. Cocteau from DEMOLITION MAN.
"I do think there are certain times we should infringe on your freedom." — NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Leader Test: NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg: Incomplete - for his official efforts to ban the Big Gulp while leaving tobacco on the shelves
New York's recycling rate has plummeted during Mayor Michael Bloomberg's tenure. Now, he's trying to fix it.
New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg has set the stage for a fight with big tobacco companies |...
New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg is mired in another health controversy; this time it's a campaign against...
Bloomberg says he'd veto proposal for NYPD monitor: NEW YORK (AP) — Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday blast...
Last week, there was ONE murder in New York City, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.
York mayor wants to ban stores from displaying cigarettes-- NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is a complete jack ***
A baby was born Thursday in a New York Walmart. ***Mayor Michael Bloomberg has vowed to immediately ban pregnancy in public.
Soda ruling just 'temporary setback': NYC mayor NEW YORK: Eateries around New York City have gotten a last-minute reprieve from the first ever US ban on big sugary drinks, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg is urging them to... ~puffin
Important Passover Update: "Bloomberg Limits Seder Portions" NEW YORK—Following his recent ban on soda containers over 16 ounces, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced that he now intends to place similar limits on wine and matzo consumption at Passover seders. “Everyone knows that Jews struggle with obesity,” the mayor declared at a news conference yesterday at Gracie Mansion, “so why aggravate the problem by drinking four whole cups of wine and eating three large sheets of matzo at a single meal?” Noting that the Passover foods are a Jewish tradition dating back thousands of years, the mayor said, “That may be so, but look at the health problems they create. You eat all that unleavened bread, and your system is bound to get backed up. It’s no wonder Moses was pleading, ‘Let my people go.’” Bloomberg added, “No one needs that much wine at a meal, either. And, shamefully, the biggest offender is a Jewish icon—the prophet Elijah. On seder night, he goes from house to house drinking. ...
Drink up! In a decision that is sure to be appealed, a court has made an eleventh hour ruling that New York City cannot ban large sugary drinks, calling the move championed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg as an abuse of executive power. The ruling by State Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling in Manhattan came down just one day before the ban was supposed to take effect. Justice Tingling said he found the ban to be arbitrary and capricious. "The Portion Cap Rule, if upheld, would create an administrative Leviathan and violate the separation of powers doctrine," Justice Tingling wrote for the New York County Supreme Court. "The rule would not only violate the separation of powers doctrine, it would eviscerate it. Such an evisceration has the potential to be more troubling than sugar sweetened beverages." The ban would have prohibited restaurants, delis, stadiums and arenas, concession stands and food carts from selling sugar-sweetened beverages in containers above 16 ounces. Banned beverages would h ...
Education Panel Votes To Phase Out 22 Public Schools By: NY1 News Members of the Panel for Educational Policy approved the phasing out of 22 low-performing public schools in an early-morning vote Tuesday. The decision will close two schools – M.S. 45/STARS Prep Academy in Manhattan and Freedom Academy High School in Brooklyn – by the end of this school year. The remaining 20 will be phased out over time. The voting came at the end of a long Monday night meeting, with the final tally coming at 1:09 a.m. Tuesday. The panel also approved new schools to replace the schools they are closing, and co-locations of schools to fill the soon-to-be vacated buildings. The affected schools are in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Members of the panel, a majority of whom are appointed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, have the final say on schools that the Department of Education wants phased out because of low performance ratings. "What we're doing is planning for the future and making sure that we build success ...
A state judge put a stop to Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on selling large sugary drinks. The ban was scheduled to go into effect Tuesday and the Mayor who's been on a public health crusade during his tenure says he's not standing down.
A state judge on Monday stopped Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration from banning New York City restaurants and other venues from selling large sugary drinks, a major defeat for the mayor who has made public a health initiatives a cornerstone of his tenure at City Hall.
A state judge invalidated a New York City law banning certain venues from selling sugary drinks in containers larger than 16 ounces. The ban was due to take effect on Tuesday. The judgment is a setback for Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has backed several laws aimed at improving the health of New Yorkers.
I liked NY Supreme Court Judge Milton Tingling permanently restraining the large soda regulation NYC *** Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D then R then I and 7th richest person in the U.S.) tried to dictate. The judge’s ruling included the phrase “There is no rational argument….”. BINGO! Not all psychologically needy, power hungry, control freaks are *** as well, but Bloomberg passes all tests. Such people can be “successful” from the perspective of some societal values (rich, powerful, and famous); but to be successful as a human being you have to respect others and help nurture their sense of empowerment. You have to honor and protect freedom of others. This guy, like most politicians, fails on all accounts. He is a failure as a human being and as an American.
New York City has a large-soda ban imposed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to tackle the obesity. The new bill was ruled by court today after industry groups sued the city for this. The judge Milton...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The "Big Gulp" may be a bit unhealthy, but the downside of this proposal does not bold well for the Mayor's scope of the "Big Picture". The thirsty ones will just order two, and put that into a refillable. In the scheme of things to outlaw, I can think of a lot more worthy of attention.
A judge on Monday threw out a banon large sugary drinks set to go into effect in New York City on Tuesday, calling the new regulation “arbitrary and capricious.” Championed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg as a way to fight the city's growing obesity epidemic, the new regulation was to limit the sale of s...
A New York State judge on Monday permanently restrained Mayor Michael Bloomberg from banning the sale of sugary drinks larger than 16 oz. from various restaurants, mobile food carts, and other establishments, ruling the law was "arbitrary and capricious."
Is there anyone more loathsome than NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg? Even compared to the President, I don't think there's a worse guy in politics. Tomorrow, his ban on sugary drinks in serving sizes larger than 16 ounces goes into effect in The City. With more Leftists, they don't even know they're trying to be your parent. But this guy is out-front, banning salt, transfats, and now sugary drinks specifically and openly because he wants to control your portions. We didn't ask for your help with nutrition, Mike. We got it. Do something else.
On Monday, New York Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling overturned Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on large sugary drinks that was set to begin on Tues
NYC SODA BAN TO GO INTO EFFECT TUESDAY The thirst will soon be very real for New Yorkers. Starting Tuesday (March 12), restaurants will not be allowed to serve sugary drinks (including soda and coffee) in cups that are larger than 16 oz., PIX11 reports. “We’re not banning anything. It’s called portion control,” said Mayor Michael Bloomberg on CBS’ Face the Nation Sunday. “We’ve just got to do something. And all we’re doing in New York is reminding you that it’s not in your interest to have too many empty calories.” There is a legal challenge pending in the Supreme Court that allows a 3-month grace period before slapping businesses who don't comply with a 200 dollar penalty. Some coffee chains have already cut corners around the ban, like Starbucks who noted that most of its drinks are customized and Dunkin Donuts who is asking customers to add their own sugar to large coffees. While diet soda and non-sugary drinks are exempt from the ban, members of the restaurant and beverage industry ...
ADDABBO: “BEFORE CONSIDERING A BUY-OUT PLAN, FIRST LET’S HELP THOSE WHO WANT TO STAY HERE” Queens, NY, March 11, 2013 – NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D-Howard Beach) today announced that while Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing to buy homes in flood prone areas affected by Hurricane Sandy, similar to a proposal by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, plans to assist homeowners who want to stay in their homes should be the priority. “I appreciate all the ideas that are coming forward to address the shorefront property situation, but I believe we should really focus our attention and resources to those individuals and families who don’t want to move,”Addabbo stated. Under Cuomo’s plan, the state would use $400 million in federal Sandy aid to acquire, at pre-Sandy prices, properties from owners who would prefer to move rather than rebuild in the flood plain. The purchased land would then be used strictly as open space for parks, wetlands, drainage or other purposes. The governor mentioned ...
NYC's "sugary drink" ban starts tomorrow. “This new data is the latest evidence that sugary drinks are helping to drive the obesity epidemic, which falls hardest on low-income communities,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg said in a statement. “Obesity is killing more than 5,000 New Yorkers each year and demands bold steps to fight this crisis; this week New York City will do precisely that.” Allegedly, a survey found that the least obese neighborhoods had the lowest sugary drink consumption. But 7-11's are exempt. Go get a Big Gulp! Starbucks is exempt if the coffee you crave has more than 50% milk (like a latte). Like any over-reaching law, the rules and exemptions are complex and likely driven by lobbying efforts (translation? campaign contributions.) Instead of legislating diet, why don't we educate? Teach people to eat real food and move. Empower them. Oh wait...therein lies the problem...
Good for goose, but not for gander AP Analysis Associated Press Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi lawmakers get hopping mad when Washington tries to tell the state what it can or can’t do. But, they’ve been plenty willing this session to make the state government exert similar control over local government. The House passed a bill that says cities and counties can’t ban junk food or limit the size of soft drinks. If the bill becomes law, it would mean, for example, that the tiny Delta town of Alligator couldn’t put a local regulation on the sale of Kool-Aid pickles in convenience stores or impose the same kind of no-big-sodas rule that Mayor Michael Bloomberg set in New York City. The House and Senate each passed its own bill to pre-empt cities and counties from setting a local minimum wage, though there’s been little effort to do so. Some lawmakers say local governments should be able to make these decisions if they want, but supporters of the ban — who are more vocal — say lo ...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration plans to hire 81 new park enforcement patrol officers to bolster safety at New York City's 29,000 acres of parkland.
Christine C. Quinn, New York City 's city council speaker and a leading contender to replace Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2013, was well prepared for her life's work. She graduated from Trinity College in Hartford in 1988 with a degree in urban studies and education.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg defends controversial city ad campaign discouraging teen pregnancy. "If you waited, it would be easier," he said.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg defends his proposal to shutter 20 fire companies in New York City.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg urges New Yorkers to change batteries in their smoke detectors this wknd. City reported fewest fire deaths in '12.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is preparing to launch a campaign that will warn young people about the dangers of listening to music too loudly on headphones.
Dear gun owners, It happens tomorrow. The Colorado State Senate will convene at 9:00AM to begin a full floor debate on ALL of billionaire-playboy Mayor Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun bills. This second reading debate will likely take all day and into the evening, with a series of voice or standing votes. A final, formal (recorded) third reading vote will be taken on Monday for any bills that pass second reading. They will be hearing: SB-195: Prohibits Colorado citizens from taking online CCW training courses. SB-196: Senator Morse’s De Facto "Assault Weapons" ban, which would includes common semi-automatic hunting shotguns. HB-1224: Bans all magazines that hold more than 15 rounds. HB-1226: Bans armed self-defense on college campuses; expanding criminal safe-zones to all state college and university campuses. HB-1228: Imposes a Jim Crow-style gun tax on all firearm purchases. This legislation has no limit on the amount the CBI could charge for a background check. HB-1229: Bans the private sale of firearms ...
New York’s leading art fair for modern and contemporary art, the Armory Show, will open its fifteen edition, Thursday, March 7 and will run through Sunday, March 10, 2013. The Armory show will be officially opened by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Here’s a shocker: Mayor Michael Bloomberg has some thoughts on your health. This time, he wants young people to turn down the volume on their music players.
Staten Island has the city's lowest teen pregnancy rate, but a new campaign introduced by Mayor Michael Bloomberg...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg blames the state and advocates for the poor for the city's record homeless problem. via
I wanted to share this interesting blog by Rick Moran as one of my notes. My hope is that Mayor Bloomberg will see this and actually change his tune before his own glass castle comes crashing down. Bloomberg: US has 'infinite amount of money' by, Rick Moran Sometimes, a comment by a politician is very revealing of their true feelings. Such is the case with this offhand comment by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Although the national media has been relentlessly focused on this deadline, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it will only affect New York City if the so-called "sequestration" continues for a significant length of time. "It depends on how long," Mr. Bloomberg said on his weekly WOR radio show with John Gambling. "If it lasts a few weeks, no. If it does, yeah. We get 10 or 12 percent of our budget from the federal government, not all of that is going to be cut back, but there would be effects-not good effects. But in the context of, 'Is anything going to change tomorrow? Are we going ...
This is what is really going on - Angry Residents Curse Out NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg - Hurricane Sandy:
UTLA supports Zimmer's reelection campaign. However, the money is flowing in for Anderson, including from NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Hearing the report that 55% of American Pets are obese, New York’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg banned 32 OZ packages...
Congratulations to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has been named the 13th Richest Person on the Planet, according to a report released Monday. Now, all you've got to do is convince those other 12 to smoke cigarettes, drink 17-ounce Cokes on a frequent basis, eschew actual mother's milk, and consume copiously-salted meals from Styrofoam containers... After all, it's all about being and in my opinion, you're just not trying hard enough, Mike.
62/62 Colorado county sheriffs oppose the 6 new gun control laws. Way to go NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Great laws. Thanks billionaire, for using your massive media influence to make Colorado as safe as NYC. Because that's what we need; to be more like NYC, where it's much safer to raise your children.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg this afternoon responded to the folks who, during the St. Patricks Day Parade in the Rockaways on Saturday, heckled him.
I liked a video from Citizen shows Mayor Michael Bloomberg he is not ABOVE the Law !
On Today's "Don't Let It Go...Unheard": Dumb News and Good News. First, dumb news (to steal from Fox News' "Red Eye," is there any other kind?) about NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and our newly appoi...
State Senate President John Morse (D-CO Springs) is proposing a bill which would make gun sellers and manufacturers liable for the use of an "assault weapon" which hurts or kills someone other than self-defense inside a home. Beyond the insanity of the basic idea, the bill as it currently reads would classify many small .22 caliber rifles, single-shot black powder antique rifles, and the most common kind of shotgun (semi-auto) as assault weapons. What's your take? And why do you think so many Democrats seem to be representing NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg rather than Coloradoans?
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has banned smoking in New York City parks and is trying to ban the sale of sugary drinks over 16 ounces. But he already has his sights on his next target: baby formula.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg was proud to announce that “coal is a dead man walking,” despite people's electricity bills increasing across the country. LIKE this if you are upset that more government regulations are increasing the price of electricity!
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is a statist POS . Plain and simple . New York City is being taken hostage by liberalism.
The big school board race is this week in Los Angeles, and we know that the billionaires have lined up behind their slate. We know that Eli Broad wants to own his hometown’s school board and Mayor Michael Bloomberg has tossed $1million into the race to help the same candidates that Eli wants.
Billionaire New York City Mayor Bloomberg says that, unlike American households, the federal government’s debt does not matter because “people do seem willing to lend us an infinite amount of money.”
Michael Bloomberg is an embarrassment to the human race.
I want our elected President GEJ to make a success of his Presidency & I like the way Govs Oshiomole, Fashola & Chime are doing their jobs. But the recent APC Governors' rush to Maiduguri ahead of the one-month-planned visit of GEJ was a great political upset & President's men are turning it against him, to the gain of his smarter opposition forces. Too bad. I hope Presidency does something more noble about it.
Harvard's official color may be crimson, but with all its wealthy alumni, it might as well be green.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg: ‘Telecommuting is one of the dumber ideas’: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg...
It's amazing that liberals even come on this page and get butthurt when we ban them but I understand. They are stupid. What seems slightly more amazing though is when we get an "Independent" that is shocked that we do not agree with his confused liberal half. Like saying you are an "independent" gets you a free pass. Heck grow a pair and choose a side. At least the hard core commies on the left had the balls to that. -- DeShawn
Colorado Democratic legislators are passing a hail of new anti-gun laws that prevent the most vulnerable from defending themselves in places often targeted by rapists and mass killers. Similar bills are being rolled out by Democratic legislators in other states, headed to Congress.
I think I hate the person that came up with the idea for taxi cab tv. Unless it was Michael Bloomberg, then I just respectfully disagree with the concept.
The micro-hip: We’ll keep the children under the sink. Newscom New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has alwa...
".And this year, for the first time in the world, in the history of humanity, more people will die from overeating than from under-eating.", Mayor Bloomberg
NYC Mayor - Michael Bloomberg donated $ 100 Million from his Money to the Gates Foundation in an effort to ERADICATE Polio from the World!
True disconnect from reality. NYC Mayor Bloomberg (and most others Libs?) think we can *always* keep borrowing...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg thinks we have an infinite amount of money
From the NRA-ILA ALERTS: Arkansas: Important Update on Multiple House Bills On Tuesday, House Bill 1408, introduced by state Representative Sue Scott (R-95), failed to get the necessary votes to be reported out of the House Judiciary Committee. However, HB 1408 could be heard again in the future. This common sense pro-gun reform would simply add open carry to the methods by which a current Concealed Handgun Carry License (CHCL) holder may carry his personal protection handgun. While most license holders would likely continue to carry their handguns concealed and discreetly, HB 1408 would eliminate any potential problems a license holder may encounter should a concealed firearm accidentally become exposed. It would also allow licensees to remove a jacket during hot weather without running afoul of the current concealed carry statute, should that action cause a handgun to become exposed. The NRA is working with pro-gun supporters on this committee to try to revive HB 1408, which may involve amending the bil ...
A parade that was established in Queens in 2000 to include *** groups excluded from other St. Patrick’s Day parades has become ever more popular, including with elected officials and candidates.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is adding a surcharge for the purchase of a new card, a move that transit officials predict will lead riders to refill their existing passes.
So Governor Cuomo decided to go and have a meeting with his buddy Mayor Michael Bloomberg yesterday instead of facing the 5,000 strong assembly of pro 2nd Amendment freedom loving Americans. He stated that the majority of New Yorkers support the SAFE ACT and those who don't will support it when they come to understand it. This guy is really naive and completely out of touch with what is going on in his state. But the thing to understand with his comment is that he clearly has no intention of having the laws changed and as most of you know the democrats in this state who voted for it won't be changing their minds either.
Automatic spending cuts scheduled to take effect Friday are expected to touch a vast range of government services.
New York Mayor Bloomberg to donate $100 million to fight polio - Inspired by India's success in eradicating polio, New York Mayor and business magnate Michael Bloomberg today pledg
CNN humor columnist Jarrett Bellini checks out a trial version of the upcoming video game, "SimCity."
On Friday March 1, the Sierra Club announced that the Beyond Coal campaign is more than halfway toward meeting its goal of responsibly retiring of a third of the nation’s dirty coal-fired power! The announcement comes a year and a half after Bloomberg Philanthropies granted $50 million to the Sierra Club Beyond Coal campaign, setting the ambitious goal of securing commitments to retire 105,000 megawatts of by 2015. As of Friday, the Beyond Coal campaign and its allies have now secured the retirement of 142 coal-burning power plants, representing 53,978 megawatts. Meanwhile, the Sierra Club has helped bring new renewable energy capacity online to replace retired coal plants. To date, wind and solar provide more than 66,000 megawatts of installed capacity, enough to power more than 13 million homes. In January 2013, every single megawatt of new installed electric capacity was from renewable energy sources!
Mayor Bloomberg could kiss my foot. “Bloomberg now wants all of New York State to ban big soft drinks
Bill Gates (former Microsoft CEO) and Michale Bloomberg (Mayor of NYC) are being interviewed on Charlie Rose right now. Gates just praised Rotary International for years of giving a voice to and raising funds and devoting volunteers, for years, to eradicate polio from the earth. Thanks, Bill !!
Good paragraph copied and pasted from patriotpost.com. Once more we look to Illinois, where Robin Kelly was chosen as the Democrat nominee to replace former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who resigned from his Chicago district and pleaded guilty to corruption. Kelly is an anti-gun zealot who won the backing of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He filled her coffers with $2 million for television ads slamming former Democrat Rep. Debbie Halvorson because of her "A" rating from the NRA. Bloomberg is crowing about the win. Joe Biden also chimed in, saying, "The voters sent a message ... not just to the NRA but to the politicians all around the country by electing Robin Kelly, who stood up, who stood strong for gun safety totally consistent with our Second Amendment rights. The message is there will be a moral price as well as a political price to be paid for inaction. This is not 1994. People know too much." Actually, in Chicago, they clearly haven't learned a thing.
Philadelphia Mayor want to help social entrepreneurs solve urban problems.
Bloomberg is second only to Michael Moore in the wealthy fool category...
Good News! It is reported that Michael Bloomberg, the Mayor of New York, has pledged $100 million for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's six-year project to eliminate polio around the world through mass vaccinations. Mr Bloomberg said, "It's unthinkable that polio still exists in the world when we have the tools and the technology to protect children". Reported in The Times, 1 March 2013.
Campaign says has helped retire 15 pct of U.S. coal capacity By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON, March 1 (Reuters) - New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Sierra Club, an environmental group, said Friday they were halfway to their goal of getting one-third of U.S. coal-fired power plants retired by 2015 through a variety of civic actions. Bloomberg gave the Sierra Club $50 million in 2011 to launch the "Beyond Coal" campaign, which set a goal to preside over... ~greenies
Faces Of The Day: An aide holds a portrait of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg that was given to him as ...
Wonderful News! 3/1/2013 New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg, has just pledged $100,000,000 to the Polio Plus Campaign through Bill & Melinda Gate's Foundation!! The Polio eradaction program started in 1985 & now there only THREE (3) Countries that have not had polio eradicated (Nigeria, Pakistan & Afghanistan). Less than 300 reported cases in 2012!!
By Rex Reed5:30pmmovies In Stoker, Deranged Gothic Overtones Stoke This Critic’s Sicker Side “Just as a flower cannot choose its color, we are not responsible for what we’ve come to be. This is what it means to be free.” Stoker, the first English-speaking film by Korean horror-flick director Chan-wo...
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg donating $100M to help fight this
“Lunchables aren’t about lunch.” –Bob Eckert, former C.E.O., Kraft New York City Bans Large, Sugary Soft Drinks: Is Mayor Bloomberg Crazy? Or Is He A Prophet? A recent New York Times article disclosed that more than half of American adults are now considered overweight with nearly one quarter of the adult population (40 million people) clinically defined as obese. The number of kids considered obese is over 12 million now. And food manufacturers are being blamed on all sides: academia, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Cancer Society just to name a few. So who is really responsible? We all make choices in our daily lives and we are responsible for those choices. You can decide to stay out of the middle of the grocery store and shop the perimeter for fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and dairy products that are not packed with sugar, salt and processed flour. Or, you can buy the processed, canned and boxed foods that are the primary reason our country faces a cris ...
Deficits: world-shaking menace or irrelevant distraction?: New York mayor Michael Bloomberg became the latest ...
Sound financial advice from Michael Bloomberg "Don't worry, America can just print more money"
"The United States could owe an infinite amount of money and there is no specific amount that would cause the country to default." ~ Michael Bloomberg (D) New York "To infinity, and BEYOND!!" ~ Buzz Lightyear, party affiliation unknown
Updated story Robin Kelly handily won the Illinois 2nd Congressional District's primary election Tuesday to become the Democratic nominee in the race to replace disgraced Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., all but confirming she will be heading to Washington.
Do agreements to shut down units at two of the West's biggest plants signal the end of the dirty fuel?
“Who does Filner think he is? Michael Bloomberg?” Well, he is the mayor of one of the 10 largest U.S. cities.
Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.
Most New Yorkers back Bloomberg Styrofoam ban, says poll: A majority of New Yorkers back Mayor Michael ...
Video on msnbc.com: Robin Kelly, Democratic nominee for the Illinois district 2 House seat, talks with Rachel Maddow in her first national interview about the politics of gun reform and the influence of anti-NRA, pro-gun control political players like Michael Bloomberg.
In The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg say that in In 2012, there were fewer than 225 cases of polio world-wide, but stamping out the disease in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria will be the hardest part.
Industry fights for affordable housing on multiple fronts Feb. 27, 2013 Steven Spinola President, Real Estate Board of New York New York City needs more affordable housing and the Bloomberg Administration and the real estate industry are working towards ways of achieving that. Recently, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced the winning bid to build a micro-unit apartment development. These new units-the size of a hotel room- will be part of an apartment tower built on city-owned land and would be the first in a wave of tiny apartments aimed at meeting the market need for more studio apartments. This PILOT project is intended to provide lower cost housing units that will enlarge the city’s inventory of housing and become a crucial aspect of new market rate projects in the future. In addition to micro-units, modular or pre-fabricated construction, which has been around for years, could also become an effective way to address the demand for affordable housing. Building units in a quality-controlled, union r ...
NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg channels the chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke Ben - "But the U.S. government has a technology, called a printing press (or, today, its electronic equivalent), that allows it to produce as many U.S. dollars as it wishes at essentially no cost." Bloomberg: Don't Panic USA can owe "an infinite amount of money" it is truly scary how clueless they (along with the President, vice President, and Congress) are
The $83 billion 'subsidy' for America's ten biggest banks first appeared in an editorial from Bloomberg News - which, as the creation of New York's billionaire mayor Michael Bloomberg, is hardly a lefty outfit. That editorial drew upon sound economic analyses to estimate the value of the US government's implicit promise to bail these banks out. Then it showed that, without that advantage, these banks would not be making a profit at all. That means that all of those banks' CEOs, men (they're all men) who preen and strut before the cameras and lecture Washington on its profligacy, would not only have lost their jobs and fortunes in 2008 because of their incompetence - they would probably lose their jobs again today.
The killing of Jonathan M. Levin, a son of the Time Warner chairman, by one of his former high school students in 1997 transfixed a city that was breaking free of its crime-ridden past. Enlarge This Image Associated Press The Bronx school was named for Jonathan M. Levin, a teacher killed by a former student in 1997. Readers’ Comments Share your thoughts. Post a Comment » Read All Comments (86) » Five years later, the New York City Education Department opened Jonathan Levin High School for Media and Communications in the same South Bronx building where he had taught, declaring it “a living tribute” to the English teacher’s “spirit, values, commitment and impassioned belief” that every child has a right to a quality education. But in the past few years, a quality education at Levin High School became harder to come by. Money for a college scholarship in Mr. Levin’s name dried up. A ball field that a Mets official helped pay for fell into disrepair. Computers sat untouched, applications to th ...
Radical islamic militants are preventing that from happening by attacking clinics, health workers, and police who travel with vaccinators to administer the vaccine to children. Earlier this month in northern Nigeria, armed men linked to Islamist extremist group Boko Haram killed nine people at a cl...
Mayor Bloomberg on the urgency for renewable energy after Sandy
The brutality to Occupy Wall Street protesters was no isolated occurrence. New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg owes his $22 billion wealth to Wall Street.
Reason-Rupe Poll: Americans disagree with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, 71% say large sodas should be allowed
Katherine Connell writes on NRO: According to a Quinnipiac poll released today, New Yorkers are divided by race and by borough in their attitudes toward Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on sodas larger than 16 ounces that’s set to take effect on March 12. Overall, while 51 percent of New York City resi...
March is Cabaret Month! Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will issue an official proclamation next week. CabaretMonth
Bar found negligent for serving underage patrons and inadequate security
An AAH exclusive: As the leader of New York City, Michael Bloomberg Quits. He has abdicated his role as a rational human being.
National Restaurant Association Article Recycling all material beats polystyrene ban, FPI’s Dyer says February 19, 2013 New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg should work with restaurant operators to recover and recycle all types of foodservice packaging rather than proposing a polystyrene ban, Lynn Dyer, president of the Foodservice Packaging Institute, said. Dyer, whose organization partnered with the National Restaurant Association to promote sustainable foodservice packaging recovery, said the mayor should increase the amount of waste material that is recycled, but he is going about achieving that goal in a less-than-productive way. “We applaud Mayor Bloomberg’s desire to increase recycling in New York City, but suggesting that a ban on foam foodservice packaging will help because it’s ‘virtually impossible to recycle’ is misguided,” she said. “New York City should consider ways it can work with restaurant operators and others to recover foodservice packaging instead of limiting packagi ...
Remember when Yankee fans (and everyone else) hated George Steinbrenner and then he was gone and it was like "Oh Christ, not Hal and Hank!"? Well that's what the NYC Mayoral race reminds me of.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said this morning that if there is anyone to blame for the mortgage crisis that led the collapse of the financial industry, it's not the "big banks," but Congress.
Bloomberg Businessweek’s Racist Cover Bloomberg Businessweek tried it. The lucrative brainchild of New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg, released its latest issue with a cartoon illustration cover depicting stereotypical black folks “rolling in the dough.” We’ve been reduced to caricatures on the cover of one of the most circulated weekly business magazines. Even the subhead is disrespectful. “Flips. No-look bids. 300 percent returns. What could possibly go wrong?”
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will be the 2013 Commencement speaker at Stanford
TEXTO PARA ATIVIDADE DE LÍNGUA INGLESA - 2º ANO DO ENSINO MÉDIO - UNIDADE MURICI. The War on Tobacco New York City’s bars changed for ever – as apioneering ban on smoking took effect. It was a triumph for Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has led a personal crusade against tobacco, but the repercussions may soon be felt far beyond his jurisdiction. The Smoke-Free City Act became law in December 2002, but 90 days were to pass before the legislation went into effect. Although non-smokers naturally welcome the ban, most bar owners do not. The Act bans smoking from bars, restaurants, pool halls, night clubs, private clubs and convention centers. As a result, clients at such establishments now have to behave like office workers, if they want to smoke, they must step outside. Opposition to the Act and its sponsor is evident in numerous slogans, the politest of which is probably “Bloomberg for Ex-Mayor.” New York isn’t in fact the first American city to impose the ban, but such is its international impor ...
Mayor B has Lhota's back. "Joe Lhota certainly didn't do anything wrong," said Mayor Michael Bloomberg when asked about MTA fare hikes.
Most African-Americans hate the soda ban by NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, poll says
Somebody get Mayor Michael Bloomberg a glass of water! Geesh!
A high school named after Jonathan Levin, a dedicated teacher who was killed by a former student, has had changes in its student body and its prospects. It is expected to be closed.
Most blacks hate the ban by Mayor Michael poll says
So NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg says "the president and Congress should come together to control the costs of the big entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare." Mr. Mayor, with little due respect, the money that pays for Social Security and Medicare comes from mandatory taxes paid by workers and their employers that is supposed to be earmarked for those two programs alone. It should not even be part of this discussion, since the only reason recipients are "entitled" to that money is because it once was theirs before government took it! The problem here is that the Social Security Trust Fund has, perhaps illegally, been lumped together with general revenues in federal budgeting instead of kept in a lock box for Social Security only. Those of us who count on SS and Medicare have had it up to here with claims we're getting some sort of government paid handout. The only reason it works that way is because the *** government forced us to hand over our money to them during our working yea ...
Charlie Rose asked Michael Bloomberg how to fix healthcare in this country and he said it can't come from the Congress, it must come from the President. All of my schooling taught me the exact opposite. When things are broken in govt, why do people in both parties want someone to come in and shove a one sided dictate down their throats? Thankfully our country is still mostly filled w dolts that was to conserve our govt, our way of life, our country b/c there are people more dangerous than a nut w a gun that are hellbent on running the cart off the cliff, America Be Damned
Judge Donna Mills’s ruling this week that N.Y.U. and the Bloomberg administration must make available their correspondence relating to the open-space strips along the university’s two South Village superblocks marks a very interesting development — and is being seen as a positive sign for a communit...
The donation will help fund the Global Polio Eradication Initiative's (GPEI) six year plan to eradicate polio.
NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces salt can only be bought by the ton...
Injecting millions of dollars into elections from coast to coast, billionaire New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is building on a large-scale effort that began last fall to expand his influence beyond his home turf.
Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg donates $100m to support Polio eradication in Pakistan and Afghanistan
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that New York State should follow his lead in banning large sugary drinks in stores.
I cannot find a "link" to the video yet, but I am listening to KET and the "Charlie Rose" show. He is interviewing NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg stated "Congress should not be creating legislation. The PRESIDENT should be using 'experts and professionals' to create legislation, and then send those bills to congress to be voted on." - Feb 28th, 2013 This is why Bloomberg has no business in any office, especially that of President, which people continually prod him to run for. The founding fathers of this country specifically designed this republic to prevent the Executive Branch from legislating and using the congress as his personal voting pool. Granted since Obama has been in office he has twice taken this path: He wrote the sequestration bill and the healthcare reform bill, and used his majority in congress (along with several *** Republicans) to push these bills through... How has that worked out for the American people?
"Responsible journalism has to put things in perspective, and understand what they're writing rather than just taking some quotes to fill stories. Partially, I think that the economics of the news business has taken away some of the older, more experienced reporters and editors." -New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Charlie Rose Thursday evening.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg opines on the news economics of today. Quote coming shortly.
'I couldnt call myself American if I didnt stand up for a religious community wanting to pray' Mayor Michael Bloomberg re: Park 51
dear joy, Mayor Bloomberg want ban on over 16 oz sodas, he said he don't know what to do with Buttles.
Hhm let see, a person hit by a train in Queens, a woman get rape by 3 males in a Midtown hotel, a man slashing people in Brooklyn subway station, a 6 year old died walking to school. and Cuomo still let these people go with a Free Get Out Of Jail Pass and Michael Bloomberg won't do anything to prevent this.
Michael Bloomberg via Bloomberg Philanthropies joined the Gates Foundation today in the efforts of global polio eradication. Bloomberg is the Mayor of New York City (Independent) and ranked as the 20th-richest man in the world (self-made). I didn't realize this until now, but the guy accepts a $1 annual salary as the mayor of the most populous city in the U.S.
Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. 'I’m No. 1 across the nation' Welcome to The Michael Savage Newsletter, your daily insider report on all things "Savage." In today's issue: We call them “the mainstream media,” but how “mainstream” are they, really? Yesterday, Michael Savage learned that his radio show continues to rank number one in markets from New York City to Nashville. How is this possible, he asked rhetorically, if he is such an “extremist”? “The ratings just came in again, but no one else will tell you about this, because I'm the most banned man in media,” Savage told his audience, adding: In New York, as you may have already heard, I was No. 1 in the biggest market in the country. Some would say, well, that's an anomaly because Savage is from New York. Well, this just came in: In Nashville, I'm No. 1 with the key demographic of men 25 to 54, and No. 2 overall. How is it that I have such an astronomical following across America? If I'm having such ratings su ...
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg: Stop the Inhumane Treatment of Animals @ Animal Care and Control of NYC!!! via
so i was thinking about this soda ban thing and how horrible it will be for the environment. NYC and NY have issues finding places to put their garbage as is... so how in the world is having 2 16oz cups/bottles better than having 1 32oz cup/bottle. So i've decided to thank mayor michael bloomberg for increasing New York City's waste problem. Whatta turd. As usual Gov't tries to fix one problem and makes another problem worse.
Listening to the radio on the way home and heard a political advertisement for the Los Angeles School Board... what got my attention was there is a slate of three candidates that are being funded in part by Michael R Bloomberg... yes, the same Bloomberg who i mayor of New York City. He is now decided he wants to run Los Angeles by proxy by backing candidates for public office and of course he has millions of dollars he can spend. Something is wrong here when a billionaire sponsors school board candidates.
The Killing has begun, 18 dogs on the list, and they are starting this afternoon, please let MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG of NYC, enough is enough! If he has the power to make a freaking 2 liter of coke illegal with a pizza delivery, than surely he has the power to intervene on these two *** HOLES in Brooklyn and Manhatten; Go to his page Mike Bloomberg, you do not have to like his page to leave a comment, leave a comment on another story, he will get the message. Please advocate for the dogs of NYC, they are voiceless, but don't let them be forgotten, here is your chance to speak up for them, thank you from the bottom of my broken heart.;)
Mayor Bloomberg SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER TO WAIVE FEES FOR BUSINESSES RECOVERING FROM Hurricane Sandy As Promised in State of the City, Business Rebuilding After Sandy Will Not Have to Pay Certain Application, Permit, Inspection and Registration Fees Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today signed an Executive Order waiving fees for businesses rebuilding after suffering damage in Hurricane Sandy. Fees related to various applications, permits, inspections and other requirements will be waived for businesses that were open and operating on or prior to Hurricane Sandy and were located in Hurricane Evacuation Zones A or B, within a Business Recovery Zone, or in a building that was inspected for structural damage by the Department of Buildings. The Mayor first announced this initiative in his State of the City Address one week ago. Businesses still need to file the required applications and permits, but will not have to pay associated fees if they successfully apply for a waiver. Applications are on the Restoration Busin ...
STATEMENT OF MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG ON HOUSE PASSAGE OF THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT “I applaud all those who voted in favor of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act today in the U.S. House of Representatives. Today’s bipartisan passage demonstrates the support for the programs and services that grant lifesaving assistance to hundreds of thousands of victims of rape and domestic violence, largely under-reported crimes. For the first time ever, this legislation will ensure that these vital domestic violence services are available to immigrant and *** *** bisexual and transgendered people. “I would especially like to thank all of the members of the New York delegation for their continued leadership and support on this vital issue. In New York City, the funding from this Act has been used to help establish innovative Family Justice Centers, which have reduced the barriers faced by victims of domestic violence who are seeking help by providing them one location where they can meet w ...
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical Marijuana Inc (OTC Pink: MJNA) a leading cannabis and hemp industry innovator is pleased to provide a comprehensive update to shareholders on the state ...
Bloomberg didn't like one candidate's stand on guns, so he defeated her
Who won the drug war? Drugs did PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — On the books, marijuana is illegal in Cambodia. But on the streets — in particular, the capital’s main riverside promenade — travelers will find a poor man’s Amsterdam. Phnom Penh’s downtown dealers are unabashed. After nightfall, they line Sisowath Quay, about a dozen blocks of Cambodia’s finest riverfront real estate. Foreigners on an evening stroll down the main drag pass through a gauntlet of pot propositions: “You want smoke? Marijuana?” They do not bother to whisper. Those skittish of street deals can duck into one of several pizza shops, “Happy Herb’s Pizza” or “Pink Elephant Pizza” among them. They are cannabis dispensaries concealed under a thin veil of innuendo. Pizzas ordered “happy” are dusted with flakes of ganja. The effect: a high that fogs thought, puts lead in your footsteps, stokes the appetite (perhaps for more pizza) and throws a dull haze over the next 24 hours. That’s right, 24 hours. Traditional ...
Celebrity sighting a Bloomberg world HQ...Bill Gates along with Mayor Mike!!
On Sunday night, the White House put out a state-by-state breakdown of what $85 billion of sequester cuts would mean for every region of the country. New York State stands to lose more than $275 million in federal aid through the end of the federal fiscal year Sept. 30. But local leaders and economic experts are hardly picking up the doom-and-gloom drum beat. "On Monday, we'll be able to police the streets," Mayor Michael Bloomberg told reporters earlier this week when asked about the local impact of potential sequester cuts that would go into affect March 1. "There will be a fire engine that responds and an ambulance. Our teachers will be in front of the classroom. If there's snow, we'll be able to plow…. When you have employees—you can't just overnight reassign them or eliminate them. There's a lot of things that take a long time." The city is expected to get $8.8 billion from the federal government this year, according to the Independent Budget Office. That number could be inflated by about $1.4 bi ...
I am glad not to live in NYC and you can thank NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg. This *** soda ban which now and bans 2 liter soda bottles with pizza deliveries is wrong,unconstitutional,and its a civil rights violation. Restaurants will go out of buisness now.
Opposition to stop-and-frisk hit an all-time high in today’s Quinnipiac poll, with 55% opposing and just 39% in support. Mayor Michael Bloomberg‘s Styrofoam ban fared better, however, with 69% approval. Q-poll
Rep. Robert W. Goodlatte (R-Va.), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said he would oppose any expansion of background check requirements. His committee would oversee any gun bills in the House.
I don't understand how our new Secretary of State Kerry can announce, with a straight face no less, that the US will provide $60 million in "non-leathal" aid the day before we are facing $85 million in across the board budget cuts. Do our elected leaders really believe we pay no attention to what they do? Or is it that they no longer care what we think, except during election season? Maybe it's our fault. We keep reelecting people to office who continually say one thing and do something totally different. Even more telling about how we are unwilling to think for ourselves, in the 2nd congressional district of Illinois, the person we picked to represent us on the democratic ticket to fill Jessie Jr.'s seat, Robin Kelly, appears to have been bought and paid for by New York Mayor Michael Bloomburg and his superPAC Independence USA, which spent over $2 million in ads attacking the person who once held the seat before it was lost to redistricting. A quote from a story on Forbes' website dated 2/26/13 reads, "I ...
Ahead of a Senate hearing on gun control today, Vice President Joe Biden met with retired military officials to thrash out a strategy to win over public approval for the implementation of strict an...
Greene County voters. Join us this Saturday in Ruckersville with LT Gov candidates: Corey Stewart, Jeannemarie Davis and Scott Lingamfelter
After Mayor Bloomberg succeeded in reducing the size of sugary drinks in his city, his next concern was to shrink the hemorrhoid problem that has been inflaming New Yorkers, for years. He had monitoring devices installed in all public restrooms, in an effort to shorten the length of sitting time allowed on the john. The Mayor is sure that extended time sitting on a commode is the cause of many hemorrhoid problems. He claims that this measure could reduce the hemorrhoid problem by fifty percent, and he is convinced that this could have a major impact on violent crime. There has been swelling support behind the Mayor throughout the city. The Mayor believes that many of the perpetrators of violent crimes are suffering painful hemorrhoids, which is causing them to display extremely hostile behavior. He also believes that this measure could have a positive effect for New Yorkers' image, and perhaps people will stop referring to them as "pain-in-the *** New Yorkers".
In the latest of groundbreakings that he will not be in office to see open, Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined executives from developer Hines, land owner and project partner Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Inc. and investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management to mark the start of construction on 7 B...
Bloomberg on new gun laws: “The time is coming” York Mayor Michael Bloomberg emerged Wednesday from a meeting on guns with Vice President Joe Biden more confident that Washington is moving toward action on new legislation.
The Hill reports that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a coalition of investors and technology company executives will participate in a new virtual campaign to press lawmakers to provide more visas for high-skilled workers and foreign entrepreneurs.
During a debate on NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's nannying public health policies, Fox liberal contributor Tamara Holder said that most Republicans are fat *** and lamented how “fat Republicans who drive through Wal-Mart in their buggies are partially responsible for the increased healthcare costs...
Drop that cup! NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants his 'Big Soda Ban' to go statewide. He wants an end to sugary drinks being sold in cups larger than 16 ounces. You could still buy a 2 liter bottle of soda at the store, but not a Big Gulp when you're out and about.
NEWS FLASH: This Just In... Mayor Michael Bloomberg & Governor Andrew Cuomo introduce Legislation that we are only allowed to use 1 Square of Toilet Paper per Bowel Movement in order to Conserve Trees. The Trees have been quoted as saying... "It's About time, we are tired of being chopped down and losing our lives in order for people to have clean *** . Mayor Bloomberg was quoted that "Governor Cuomo amd I both agree that people have no rights whatsoever, and that Big Government knows what's best for the people."
Mayor Michael Bloomberg s bid to prevent New Yorkers from drinking large sodas is far more sweeping than previously thought, the new regulations show.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg kills me.He is putting so much emphasis on banning sugared drinks he even holds news conference for this nonsense.But,I don't see him having many news conference on how he is going to stop the phasing out of so many schools or afterschool programs.Oh wait he can't cause that plan is in full effect. I'm Mayor Michael Bloomberg I don't give a f*&k about your education but, *** no I ain't gonna allow you to have too much sugar...please get a grip mayor..!
In the face of opposition from some drivers, Mayor Michael Bloomberg today offered a stout defense of red light cameras.
Modern day slavery in a free nation soda pop nazi Mayor Michael Bloomberg. New Yorkers you know only their master knows.
New York City on March 16. Next month, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's sugary drinks ban in all bars, restaurants, cafes and delis in the city applies to cranberry juice, tonic water sodas and surgery teas and juice drinks. The law counts all of those a sugary drinks Bloomberg says too much soda consumption is resulting in obesity problems - especially for low-income New Yorkers and children.
President Obama is turning the screws on law-abiding Americans who want to arm themselves in self-defense against criminals who neither know nor respect the rule of law. In Israel, where Palestinian terrorists actually blend in with society and each and every Israeli can quickly become their victim, the arming of the Jewish populace has cut down on terror. In Israel, it is not the police who protect Jews from the Muslim jackals trying to turn the streets into killing fields. It is the weapons that civilians carry to ward off those terrorists. Every Israeli has been trained in the use of firearms. So why does the Obama administration vilify citizens who are eligible to buy weapons? Wouldn’t a well-armed and trained citizenry in Chicago stem the killings in that violent city? Wouldn’t it be cheaper and safer for New Yorkers if Mayor Michael Bloomberg “carried” and permitted his platoon of bodyguards to go back to patrolling city streets? Why not have local police departments offer classes in the saf ...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is our 2013 Commencement speaker! Can't believe graduation is right around the corner but very excited to hear him speak.
“A Winchester Rifle should have a place of honor in every black home.” Ida B. Wells Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Safe Act NY is one of the most unreasonable and unacceptable new gun-control laws in the country. It's a blatant attack on the rights of all law-abiding gun owners and does very little to support laws presently on the books. Laws, which if enforced would prevent further criminal activities and further address the mental health issues of our society. Governor Cuomo and others politicians, many who are pandering to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, has violated their own rules to pass this flawed legislation after midnight. Avoiding a customary three day review rule. Representatives had less than one hour to read the 25,000 word document before voting as representation of the people of the State of NY. From all of the outcry of citizens of the state you can clearly see that he was operating not as a Governor of the people and for the people, but as a man that is seeking his own personal agenda. Thank God ...
In a chapel on Rikers Island, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said today that the press shouldn’t be irked about being...
It was a multipart answer to a query about whether New York City homeless shelters were needlessly turning people away. But with his concluding line, Mayor Michael Bloomberg provoked a deluge of criticism.
Black Media Trailblazers ERROL LOUIS In November 2010, Errol Louis joined NY1 as Political Anchor and host of “Inside City Hall,” the city’s premiere news program covering New York politics and government. He regularly interviews top newsmakers, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and former governors David Paterson, Eliot Spitzer and George Pataki, as well as authors and filmmakers including Ken Burns, Robert Caro, Ralph Nader and Howard Dean. In 2012, Louis provided live coverage and commentary from the Republican and Democratic national conventions and co-moderated a live statewide debate for the U.S. Senate. Prior to joining NY1, Louis was a columnist and Editorial Board member of the New York Daily News. He also hosted The Morning Show on AM1600 WWRL and in 2010 was named the city's Best Columnist & Radio Show Host by the Village Voice. He is the co-editor of Deadline Artists (2011), and Deadline Artists: Scandals, Tragedies and Triumphs (2012), two anthologies of America’s b ...
City Hall — Mayor Michael Bloomberg will propose a ban on Styrofoam and a major boost for electric cars during his final State of the City speech in Brooklyn Thursday.
New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced in a speech on Thursday that he is eliminating mandatory jail time for people arrested with small amounts of marijuana. Arrests for marijuana possession have skyrocketed since he took office and the mayor has made it plain that he does not support ma...
PROSPECT HEIGHTS — Mayor Michael Bloomberg listed the Barclays Center's economic impact at the top of his administration's achievements in his State of the City speech Thursday, but most jobs at the new arena are part-time and don't come with benefits, arena officials said recently.
An Open Letter to NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg from Rabbi Dovid Bendory, Rabbinic Director, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership. Copyright 2011 JPFO Dear Mayor Bloomberg: I am an Orthodox rabbi who lives in New Jersey but works in New York City. Approximately half of my waking life is lived under your laws and jurisdiction. Like everyone who lives or works in New York City, I have the right, even the obligation, to confront some of your policies regarding so-called “gun control”. Why do I place the phrase “gun control” in quotes? Because this innocuous-sounding phrase, this expression that sounds like common sense, is in reality a dangerous bit of semantic trickery. “Gun control” actually (and historically) means letting government, whether benign or ruthlessly evil, disarm certain sectors of society and allow others to remain armed. It means letting the government know where every gun owner lives and the number and types of firearms that he or she owns. It means putting the authori ...
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he opposes legalizing marijuana — or any other illicit drug. Bloomberg discussed the issue on his weekly WOR Radio show Friday. A day earlier, he said New York City plans to stop booking and arraigning many people arrested on low-level marijuana-possession...
Given all the things that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has banned, do Catholics living in New York City have anything else to give up for Lent?
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Thursday that those arrested in New York City for possessing small amounts of marijuana will no longer have to spend a night in jail.
New York City is about to get higher than a skyscraper! DETAILS: Up In Smoke! NYC Gov's Marijuana Bill Gets Burnt Up! In his State of the City address today, Mayor Michael Bloomberg f
Bloomberg – badly wants to ban guns, banned soft drinks of 17oz or more, ticketing people for sitting on milk crates (weird but true), and now wants to ban plastic-foam food packaging - if anybody is currently standing beside NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg, please punch him in the face for me
The Blame Righty Mob Falls Silent Michelle Malkin Question: How many times over the past four years have exploitative liberal journalists and Democratic leaders rushed to pin random acts of violence on the tea party, Republicans, Fox News and conservative talk radio? Answer: Nearly a dozen times, including the 2009 massacre of three Pittsburgh police officers (which lib journos falsely blamed on Fox News, Glenn Beck and the "heated, apocalyptic rhetoric of the anti-Obama forces"); the 2009 suicide insurance scam/murder hoax of Kentucky census worker Bill Sparkman (which New York magazine falsely blamed on Rush Limbaugh, "conservative media personalities, websites and even members of Congress"); the 2009 Holocaust museum shooting (which MSNBC commentator Joan Walsh blamed on Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly and yours truly); the 2010 Times Square jihad bomb plot (which Mayor Michael Bloomberg falsely blamed on tea party activists protesting Obamacare); and the 2011 Tucson massacre, which liberals continue to blame ...
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is looking to ban Styrofoam - he says not only is it environmentally destructive, but costs taxpayers money, and can be easily replaced. What do you think?
"The facts are: Newark, N.J., with essentially no concealed-carry permits, has a murder rate of 32.1 per 100,000; Phoenix, where every adult citizen (except felons and the mentally ill) can carry concealed firearms without a permit requirement, has a murder rate of 7.6 (2011 figures). Mayor Michael Bloomberg and John Feinblatt are dead wrong" Paul M. Berardi Scottsdale, Ariz.
"Let this be a lesson to all you *** out there. If this guy can become a billionaire, so can you." -Mark Levin referring to NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg
On the eve of his State of the City address, Mayor Michael Bloomberg had a new ban in store, as well as a parking proposal that might drive some New Yorkers crazy.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has reached a milestone — his 12th and final State of the City address.
the following incredible talented people have birthday's today: Hugh Downs, Jack Benny, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Carl Bernstein, Alan Hunter, Teller, Tim Buckley, Paul Tsongas, Donna Shalala, Magic Sam, Murray the K, Frederick Douglass, Thomas Malthus, and the lover of all time - Lucrezia de'Medici
" Age is strictly a case of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter. " ---Jack Benny (American comedian) (Today is his birthday, along with George Ferris, hence, the Ferris Wheel, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and news anchor Hugh Downs)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg was set to deliver his final State of the City Address Thursday, and he was expected to paint a rosy picture.
The New York City school bus strike and the for-profit student transportation industry By Dan Brennan 12 February 2013 Over the course of New York City’s school bus strike, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has demonstrated an utter callousness to the school bus workers and the vital services they provide. He recently bragged that the strike is actually saving the city money, since it does not have to pay the companies while the strike persists. That tens of thousands of school children, many of whom are physically or mentally impaired, are unable to attend school is simply not a concern for the billionaire mayor. Bloomberg sparked the strike nearly four weeks ago by issuing a request for bids from private school bus companies that destroyed the right of current school bus workers to keep their jobs regardless of which company wins contracts with the city. However, the move to rip up school bus workers’ job security is not merely a matter of individual cold-bloodedness, but rather the product of a decades-long ...
TOP TEN: PEOPLE NOT NOMINATED FOR A ‘BEST SPOKEN WORD’ GRAMMY AWARD 10. GWBush: “Are my *** black?” 9. Joe Theisman: “My prostate is giving me fits.” 8. Brad Pitt: doing his Chanel No. 5 commercial: “The world turns and we turn with it.” 7. Al Roker: “I pooped my pants . . . not horribly.” 6. Mitt Romney: “I like being able to fire people.” 5. Mayor Michael Bloomberg: “I don’t think we’ve had a murder in the past 2 or 3 days.” 4. This woman: “Constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating . . . that’s me!” 3. Me, Dave: We see a vt of Dave with his face to the desk making growling, gnawing sounds. After watching the clip, Dave mutters, “Nice bald spot.” 2. Vice President Joe Biden: “This President has a big stick” 1. Ernie Anastos: “Keep ‘givl’ing that chicken.”
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg : "Stay off the roads...leave work early...go home..." [unless you're a teacher then it sinks being you]
BREAKING: NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg bans snowfall in excess of 16 ounces.
"If you can, leave work early, go home, sit tight and wait to be plowed" - Mayor Michael Bloomberg - Oh My.
"Mayor Michael Bloomberg urges New Yorkers to call 911 ONLY in the case of an emergency." As opposed to the times when we call 911 to chat?
Super snowstorms cancel thousands of flights As a combination of two winter storms fused together bears down on the Northeast on Friday, airlines have cancelled 3,775 flights to and from the region according to the airline tracking website, Flightaware. The site says that this is not an exceptional amount of cancellations for a winter storm so far but more flights may be cancelled as snow fall gets heavier throughout Friday night and into Saturday. Boston's Logan and other New England airports will stop flights on Friday between noon and 4 p.m. and restart Saturday afternoon after what weather experts say could be two feet of snow in some areas has fallen. All major US airlines flying in the region are allowing fee-free ticket changes. Amtrak said trains in the Northeast corridor will stop running on Friday afternoon, and although snow had not yet accumulated in New York City at press time (Friday 11:00 a.m.) Mayor Michael Bloomberg had promised that snow plows would be at the ready and 250,000 pounds o . ...
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