New York City & Rudy Giuliani

New York is the most populous city in the United States and the center of the New York Metropolitan Area, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. Rudolph William Louis Rudy Giuliani (born May 28, 1944) is an American lawyer, businessman, and politician from New York. 5.0/5

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President-elect Donald Trump reportedly eyeing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to be his Secretary of State
The current incarnation of Rudy Giuliani lacks many qualities associated with him when he was mayor of New York City: moderation, tol...
"Rudy Giuliani, the thrice-married former New York City mayor now going after Hillary Clinton for the way she...
When I became mayor of New York City, I had a $2.4 billion deficit. And everybody wanted me
Rudy Giuliani, Trump backer and Mayor of New York City on 9/11, claims no successful radical Islamic terror attack in US bef…
Rudy Giuliani, the mayor of New York City during 9/11, said there were no successful terror attacks "Before Obama.".
Can someone help out Rudy Giuliani, mayor of New York City on September 11th, 2001, with this?
Rudy Giuliani: “Every time New York City suffered a tragedy, Donald Trump was there to help”
Remember when Rudy Giuliani ran New York City as a sanctuary city?
Rudy Giuliani & are losers. We didn't like him as mayor. He bullied New York City's most vulnerable!
Mayor of New York City on 9/11 was Rudy Giuliani, Knighted Roman Catholic serving his pope in Rome.
you know Rudy Giuliani was the former mayor of New York City..
Such a pleasure to hear the Former Mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, speak at Baylor tonight.
Rudy Giuliani to headline November Chamber event in Fargo: The former New York City mayor will speak during th...
Rudy Giuliani " "the most savage organization in the long history of New York City street gangs!"
Compare to the revitalized New York City under Republican Rudy Giuliani... (and losses since under Dems).
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‘I love any animals’: Rudy Giuliani says he\'d now support legalizing ferrets in New York City as pets
"The mayor of the city of New York should not be blamed for the deaths of those police officers," Rudy Giuliani says.
“I've brought crime down more in this city than any other mayor…if I misunderstood reality [then] crime would still be at 2,000 murders a year." Rudy Giuliani fired back at New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio over his comments that the former mayor “fundamentally misunderstands the reality” of race in America: (via Sean Hannity)
“Here was my rule: I’m not dealing with you. I will only deal with people who have a legitimate interest in really solving the problem.” Rudy Giuliani described how he dealt with Reverend Al Sharpton during his tenure as New York City mayor. Watch and weigh in:
Up watching CNN ... listening to mayor Rudy Giuliani the ex Mayor of New York City... im trying to be fair but I...
Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City: "Blacks are killing blacks 7x more than whites are killing whites" ... I don't know what 2 say
We didn't like Rudy Giuliani when he was the mayor of New York City and we don't like him now.
Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor, led a rally outside the Metropolitan Opera on Monday to protest the company’s production of “The Death of Klinghoffer,” which some have called anti-Semitic and sympathetic to terrorism.
Here's something you probably didn't expect to see today: Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor, defending Call of Duty: Black Ops and publisher Activision in a lawsuit filed by Manuel Noriega, the former military dictator of Panama.
Video: Everybody from Spike Lee to Jay-Z to Carmelo Anthony to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is...
f you’re a Wall Street behemoth, there are endless opportunities to privatize profits and socialize losses beyond collecting trillions of dollars in bailouts from taxpayers. One of the ingenious methods that has remained below the public’s radar was started by the Rudy Giuliani administration in New York City in 1998. It’s called the Paid Detail Unit and it allows the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street corporations, including those repeatedly charged with crimes, to order up a flank of New York’s finest with the ease of dialing the deli for a pastrami on rye. The corporations pay an average of $37 an hour (no medical, no pension benefit, no overtime pay) for a member of the NYPD, with uniform, gun, handcuffs and the ability to arrest. The officer is indemnified by the taxpayer, not the corporation. New York City gets a 10 percent administrative fee on top of the $37 per hour paid to the police. The City’s 2011 budget called for $1,184,000 in Paid Detail fees, meaning private corporatio ...
When I travel abroad I'm asked by foreign nationals why the American people tolerate being "ruled by such monsters". Who are these people? Barack Obama, mentored by Weather Underground bombers William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, Communist Party member Frank Marshall Davis has spent his life deeply immersed in promoting a malevolent Cloward Piven strategy of forcing political change through orchestrated crisis (google Cloward Piven). Our next Presidential hopeful : Hillary Clinton was mentored by Saul Alinsky, who inspired Cloward and Piven. These guys advocated hastening the fall of capitalism by overloading governmental bureaucracies with a flood of impossible demands, pushing whole societies into crisis and economic collapse. I grew up in New York State where Cloward Piven tactics expanded welfare forcing New York City into bankruptcy in 1975. Rudy Giuliani cited Cloward and Piven by name as being responsible for “an effort at economic sabotage", changing welfare from a mind set of temporary expedien ...
as New York City & as Rudy Giuliani with actual Rudy Giuliani at the desk.
But then you get to read Rudy Giuliani's book about he saved New York City from itself and... oh wait, now I'm angry.
I've never lived in New York City, but I have two sons who went to NYU and still work in the city, so I've visited frequently. So I have no idea how the New York Times could say this, in an editorial this morning: "Crime might keep dipping to historic lows, or it might start creeping up — but policing is far better than it used to be, thanks to innovations by Mayor David Dinkins and in particular Mr. Giuliani’s police commissioner, William Bratton." Unbelievable! Dinkins was a disaster for NYC. And the Times cannot even be honest enough to give credit to Rudy Giuliani -- instead, it praises Rudy's police commissioner. Picking up on a line in the Times' editorial, I DO fear a return of the Squeegiemen. New Yorkers and tourists should, too.
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Some sports fans think this is a bitter look at the NBA champions, the Miami Heat because "my" team, whoever that is as I have no team that I care about, didn't win a championship. This is about politics not sports and how decisions are made by elected officials that have implications on sports and citizens and owners can ask for whatever they want but they don't have to get it or do they? This is more about what my friend Fred Siegel, a noted school on civilizations and the man who wrote Rudy Giuliani's inaugural address as New York City mayor and a not so flattering book on Rudy, calls failed public policy -
This evening, Piers Morgan Tonight welcomes Rudy Giuliani back to the program, as the former New York City mayor shares his view on the use of drones. “You have to be one hundred percent sure you've got the right person and you're not making a mistake," says Giuliani. Do you support the use of drones in warfare? Tune in to CNN at 9 for more on drones, and the very latest on the developing manhunt in LA.
Realistic The Kingdom of New York: Knights, Knaves, Billionaires, and Beauties in the City of Big Shots Programs - Where To Go For the last two decades, The New York Observer has documented the Platinum Age of New York, when the city's new elite rose and dominated society, media, business, and culture with an amusing arrogance that redefined the power capital of the world. The Kingdom of New York jauntily chronicles the Rise and Fall and Rise of New York City, as personified by the protagonists and antagonists of the past twenty years, told in archival pastiche - a breathtaking sprint of headlines, great reporting, witty writing, and stories in fashion, ideas, real estate, style, media, movies, politics, sex, and finance. All of New York's major players are here - including Bill and Hillary, Rudy Giuliani, Michael Bloomberg, Graydon Carter, Katie Couric, Tom Wolfe, Norman Mailer, Tina Fey, J. Lo, Seinfeld, Tina Brown, Anderson Cooper - as well as essays by Cynthia Ozick, *** Talese, Woody Allen, and Marti ...
Speaking at an Ohio campaign event on Friday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani called on President Barack Obama to resign due to slow economic growth and what Giuliani referred to as his incompetence in handling the attack in Benghazi.
Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor, accused President Barack Obama in a Friday appearance on CNN's "Piers Morgan ... Giuliani is a 'Republitard; he never mentioned 9-11 in this manner! Bush wasn't Raked over the coals for what happened to the Twin Towers! Get the *** off your high horse Rudy & Get a life! If you think you could have prevented what happened in Benghazi Pompous *** better think again! Opinions are like *** everybody's got one!
As usual, there is a disclaimer. This is not partisan. Just calling out hypocrisy. Rudy Giuliani berated the President today for not being there for the disaster that affected New York. I reference New York specifically because he was the mayor. I grew up there and yes, it is personal to me. That being said, Obama was, in a bi-partisan manner, spending time with Chris Christie. The Governor of New Jersey, trying to help. The same Governor that has been bashing him for months. The Mayor of New York City just endorsed the President. All of this aside, I think that most people would agree, regardless of politics, that Rudy Giuliani stepped up to the plate as Mayor of New York during 9/11. More so than our current President at the time, George W. Bush. Sorry, he did. Giuliani even became TIME magazine's MAN OF THE YEAR. However, shame on you Rudy for not seeing that. For not turning the eye on yourself and realizing that crisis control is more important than politics. Christie did that. You were there eleven ...
10:24 PM ET Giuliani on Obama's response to the Benghazi attack: "He fell asleep at the switch. For months, not just that day" With a mere four days remaining in the race for the White House, on Friday evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" checked in on Ohio, arguably the most critical battleground state in the entire country, for a live interview with Rudy Giuliani. Never one to hide his disapproval of the incumbent, the one-time Republican presidential candidate and current Mitt Romney surrogate criticized Barack Obama for everything from his attention to the devastation following Superstorm Sandy, to his handling of the Benghazi consulate attack. However, while the former New York City mayor past judgement on the commander-in-chief, Wesley Clark was listening and asked for a platform to respond. Having just concluded his own interview with Piers Morgan, Clark came back on the air, with his thoughts on the handling of the tragedy in Libya: "With respect to Benghazi, I think we're all going to have to wait unti ...
On Monday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani appeared on CNN's Starting Point once again, where host Soledad O'Brien asked him about his previous comment that the White House's reaction and explanation to the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi constituted a cover up.
Top Mitt Romney surrogate Rudy Giuliani admitted that the GOP is accusing President Obama of covering up the violence that led to the death of an American ambassador in Libya for political gain. During an appearance on CNN’s Starting Point on Monday, the former New York City mayor argued that the ad...
One of the many reasons I hate the Yankee's. I really do hate them: Meanwhile, in New York, Jeffrey Maier became a minor celebrity. The New York Daily News allowed him to sit behind the Yankee dugout later in the postseason. The boy appeared on national talk shows, including the Late Show with David Letterman, and was even awarded the key to New York City by mayor Rudy Giuliani.
You might think of this one as a sequel to the Debacle in Denver.MSNBC weekend host Chris Hayes was not his chirpy self last night after running into a buzzsaw known as former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani in an exchange reminiscent of that between a befuddled President Obama and a nimble Mitt R...
In 1989, a New York City newspaper was firebombed after publishing “The Tyrant and His Chains,” a scathing criticism of America’s bookstore chains for cravenly pulling copies of Salman Rushdie’s “The Satanic Verses” from their shelves after the Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa. The newspaper, Rushdie and freedom of speech received bipartisan, unqualified support. Mayoral candidates Ed Koch, David Dinkins and Rudy Giuliani gathered with hundreds of community residents to offer their support for the Press, and newspapers around the country reprinted “The Tyrant and His Chains.” As “a statement of solidarity with the publishers of the Riverdale Press,” Democratic Senator Daniel Moynihan asked that the editorial be printed in the Congressional Record alongside a resolution “condemning the threats against the author and publishers of the Satanic Verses.” Speaking on the Senate floor just before the resolution passed, Republican Senator Bob Dole said: Terrorism is terrorism. It is abhor ...
Standing on stage at a Republican debate on the Gulf Coast of Florida last week, Mitt Romney repeatedly lashed out at rival Rudy Giuliani for providing sanctuary to illegal immigrants in New York City.
Former New York City mayor and 2008 presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani took aim at Vice President Joe Biden's campaign trail gaffes. "Joe's a laugh line on Jay Leno. He's not a vice president, just a joke," Giuliani said in an interview with "Meet the Press'" Da...
This is the second of a two-part series on the Supreme Court and the military. Part I focused 'on the military history of the Court's future justices. Part II deals with the disconnect between the current Court and our military personnel. Justices Alito and Scalia with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the 2007 National Italian American Foundation gala dinner in Washington. (Reuters) In an age of where the justices of the United States Supreme Court routinely peddle books on television , speak abroad at lavish events , and lecture at ideological venues , it feels odd that there is such a gulf -- both physical and metaphysical -- between the justices and the American service member. And yet there it is. It's not just that the Court is bereft of war veterans for the first time since 1936, a clear disconnect in this age of our so-called "endless war," it's that the justices, for as long as anyone can remember, don't ever seem to ever publicly honor the sacrifice of military service. ( See Update Be ...
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Excerpts from Brian Tracy's new book on Leadership: ( PS- Did you know that Brian Tracy also personally endorsed another book on leadership called Golden Dragon~The 8 Secrets: How to transform Fear into Power and Lead from the Heart, available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble? ) Don’t believe that humility will undermine your authority in the eyes of others. The opposite is true. Reckless arrogance does not inspire confidence; self-assured humility does. As former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani writes in his book Leadership, ‘‘Leaders of all kinds—CEOs, coaches, even the occasional mayor—run the risk of thinking they are where they are because of divine intervention. When selected for a position of leadership, do not believe you were selected by God. That’s exactly when humility should be applied. What are my weaknesses? How can I balance them?’’
“We had no domestic attacks under Bush – we’ve had one under Obama.” -- Rudy Giuliani, Good Morning America, 2010 Interesting observation from the man who was mayor of New York City in September of 2001.
Rudy Giuliani on New York City's "squeegee guys" and the ideas of James Q. Wilson. via
Mitt Romney is very upset about President Obama commemorating the anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden. He made this clear at a press conference in New York City. Next to Rudy Giuliani. And a big *** fire truck.
Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani walked into a New York City firehouse with pizzas today to mark the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden taking a bullet. Romney, who has protested Barack Obama's use of bin Laden's death as a campaign issue as "inappropriate," was verbally assailed by a relentless, s...
Mitt Romney accused Barack Obama of politicizing Osama bin-Laden's death -- so he's in New York City today with Rudy Giuliani to politicize Osama bin-Laden's death ...
Video: Rudy Giuliani endorses Mitt Romney: The former New York City mayor has not always been supportive of Mitt...
Rudy Giuliani formally endorsed Mitt Romney on Monday, insisting that the former Massachusetts governor has clinched the Republican nomination "fair and square." In an interview on "Fox & Friends," the former New York City mayor said Romney has proven he's the "most effective Republican" in the race...
Rudy for Romney By MAGGIE HABERMAN | 4/23/12 10:48 AM EDT Rudy Giuliani put personal history from 2008 aside and endorsed Mitt Romney on Fox and Friends this morming, saying he'd won "fair and square" and has an "understanding of the economy that's far deeper than the president." Giuliani's endorsement comes a day before the now extremely muted New York primary, and after some sharp criticism made by the former New York City mayor about Romney throughout the cycle. Giuliani had been far kinder about Newt Gingrich months ago, and rumors abounded that he was on the verge of an endorsement. But the former mayor said that "it was saying nice things about Newt at the time in which he was under unfair attack, and I'm a good friend of Newt's...And probably if things had worked out well, I would have been honored and happy to support Newt. It never got to that point." However, he said, Romney "won fair and square." A little late Rudy but welcome aboard. I hope finds a fine job for you in his administration. White ...
Charlie Rose with Rudolph Giuliani (October 4, 2002): An hour with former mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani.
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