New York & Eliot Spitzer
New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. Eliot Laurence Spitzer (born June 10, 1959) is an American lawyer, political commentator, and former Democratic Party politician./5
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Trump, Eliot Spitzer, Trump, Koch. Are there any sane public officials in New York?
2010:Kristin Davis, alleged Eliot Spitzer madam, to run for New York Governor with GOP Roger Stone's help.
Eliot Spitzer's South Williamsburg towers, designed by ODA New York, have new renderings.
NYPD: Woman accuses Eliot Spitzer of assault: New York police say they're investigating whether former Gov. El...
Q: What did Eliot Spitzer do on his last day as governor of New York?. A: He left his resignation on the night table with a $300 tip!
Before his infamous resignation as governor of New York in March 2008, Eliot Spitzer was one of our fiercest champions against Wall Street corruption in a state that had some of the toughest legislation for controlling the banks—and by extension, an advocate for women. - 2013/08/19
Billionaire Ken Langone isn't one to mince words. He takes aim at regulation, Eliot Spitzer, the New York Times, and even charities.
A former governor of New York and his ex-wife have finally reached a divorce settlement approved by the courts. Eliot Spitzer will reportedly pay $7.5 million to his ex-wife Silda due to a post-marital agreement. She will be rewarded an...
"False Repentance" There are true repentance and false repentance. USA Today deals with false remorse of some well-known people. It reads that their public confessions of shameful sins are fake. The list includes former New Your governor Eliot Spitzer who resigned after involvement with prostitutes, ex-New York congressman Anthony Weiner, televangelist Jimmy Swaggart, and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. False repentance is founded on selfishness, hypocrisy, self-righteousness, hardened heart, seared conscience, etc. What is true repentance then? Carles Finney pointed out some of its characteristics. It brings about change in regard to sin, in conduct, and character. It often goes with restitution. "Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death" (2 Cor. 7:10). Daniel Park a blessed pastor of Joy Fellowship Church
Eliot Spitzer, rape fantasist? A call-girl who serviced the former New York Governor says he liked to role-play a physical struggle and pin her down by the neck before they had sex, the New York Post... Politics News Summaries. | Newser
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer and his wife Silda Wall Spitzer have split, according to a Dec. 24 Associated Press report. The couple, who wed in 1987,
Edgar Bronfman, philanthropist and Jewish communal leader, dies at 84 SHARE NEW YORK (JTA) -- Edgar Bronfman, the billionaire former beverage magnate and leading Jewish philanthropist, died Saturday at the age of 84. As the longtime president of the World Jewish Congress, Bronfman fought for Jewish rights worldwide and led the successful fight to secure more than a billion dollars in restitution from Swiss banks for Holocaust victims and their heirs. As a philanthropist, Bronfman took the lead in creating and funding many efforts to strengthen Jewish identity among young people. According to a statement, he died peacefully at his home in New York, surrounded by family. Bronfman spent the 1950s and 1960s working with his father, Samuel, at Seagram Ltd., the family's beverage business. He became chairman of the company in 1971, the year of his father's death. Just a year earlier, in 1970, Bronfman took part in a delegation to Russia to lobby the Kremlin for greater rights for Jews in the Soviet Union. He wo ...
A few points to ponder on the Devyani arrest - - Is US applying double standards? - in Firstpost by Wajahat Qazi The Khobragade case raises a whole host of issues and questions. It is not only about the law and the procedures followed but also of morality , culture and custom. Khobragade may or may not have broken the law but the question is why was she singled out for such treatment? The United States is full of illegal, quasi legal and legal immigrants who cannot, for an n number of reasons, find jobs. The only recourse for these immigrants is to either work for wages that are way below the minimum wage or enter a life of crime- either the petty variety or as part of various gangs. Usually, it is members of the same ethnic group that the immigrant belongs to who exploit the weak or non existent financial and economic status of the victim. Pakistanis, Bangladeshis or even Indians in Jackson Heights, New York, regularly misuse and exploit their own vulnerable ethnic kinsfolk. The same holds true for Mexi ...
Food Allergy Law Enacted In New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has signed into law the Allergy & Anaphylaxis Management Act of 2007, landmark legislation that will help protect New York school children who suffer from life-threatening food allergies. The new law requires the New York State Commissioner of Health to develop ...
President Bill Clinton did not have sexual relations with that woman..Washington Mayor Marion Barry did not serve time for cocaine possession and doing crack cocaine.. Eliot Spitzer did love his hookers a New York Governor, along with President George Bush did not inhale.. and Rob Ford is the one being called an embarrassment.. Is his actions right no.. I hope he gets sorted and gets back to doing the job he has done for Toronto.. I never judge a man till I walk a day in his shoes.. Just my thought on all this..
When former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer jumped into the race for New York City Comptroller against Scott Stringer, the conventional wisdom was unanimous. As one prominent columnist put it: “Face it, New York: Spitzer is headed for victory… Stringer can’t beat Spitzer.” Three weeks later, Stringer won. We’re proud to have been the media consultant to Comptroller-Elect Stringer not only for his historic upset win in the primary, but also for his forty point victory in the general election. Congratulations to Comptroller-Elect Stringer and his terrific team! New York City’s finances are in good hands.
DISGRACED former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has been spotted without his wedding ring, nearly two months after he lost the Democratic primary for city controller. Spitzer's career was ruined b...
Can't Believe how New Yorkers are blind enough to not see a guy worthy enough that he can be Governor of New York State, he can even be the President of the USA. Joe Lhota is the guy! From a moderate's stance his Fiscally Conservative ways and Socially Libertarian ways are the perfect blend to get this city back in shape instead of digging it into a deeper mess like how I am certain Bill De Blasio would do. I would put Eliot Spitzer, Anthony Weiner, Christine Quinn in front of De Blasio when I closely analyzed De Blasio's policies. I would say William Thompson, I'd vote for him if you submit 100 friends signed petition to me, he is a much better candidate. De Blasio, please give me a million bucks and 500 friends signed petition, I'll cringely vote for him and move out. I am not even playing politics as some may put it, I honestly feel the Democrats put the worst possible candidate as their finalist. Please Share this post, we need a New York with a leader who can run the city, not a liberal activist l ...
Crisis in New York -- with Eliot Spitzer losing his run for comptroller and Anthony Weiner losing his race for mayor, the city currently has no politician embarrassing himself. Lou
Sue and I were guests at Congregation Beth Ahabah in Richmond, VA for their Yom Kippur Eve Service. Rabbi Beifield's sermon was very thought provoking; so I copy his sermon below for your reflection. Yom Kippur Evening – 5774 / 2013 "Considering our Personal Ethics" What do all of the following people have in common: Anthony Weiner, Eliot Spitzer, Ed Filner, Bernie Madoff, Ivan Boesky, and Ryan Braun? Just in case we need more information to identify everybody: Anthony Weiner was a member of the United States House of Representatives and an unsuccessful candidate for mayor of New York; Eliot Spitzer was Attorney General and governor of New York; Ed Filner was until just recently the mayor of San Diego; Bernie Madoff…is a man who needs no introduction; Ivan Boesky made a fortune on Wall Street in the 1980s; and Ryan Braun is an all-star major league baseball player for the Milwaukee Brewers. What they have in common is they are all Jews who committed serious, ethical misconduct and, as a result, ...
NYC 2013 Democrats Press Thompson to Forsake a Runoff By DAVID W. CHEN, MICHAEL BARBARO and THOMAS KAPLAN Power brokers turned up the pressure on William C. Thompson Jr., the second-place finisher in the primary in the New York City mayoral race, to back Bill De Blasio. Video: Mayoral Election: What Happens Next? forgive? No, a Night to Forget for Scandal-Tarred Candidates By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM Seeking redemption from New York voters, Micah Z. Kellner, Vito J. Lopez, Eliot Spitzer and Anthony D. Weiner were denied second chances on Tuesday night. Fashion Week In NYC, Milan And Paris Quinn's Loss, Questions About Role of Gender and Sexuality By JODI KANTOR and KATE TAYLOR Christine C. Quinn's defeat in the Democratic primary in the race for New York City mayor is stirring debate about whether her being female or a *** put off voters.
Political office was not the only loss former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer incurred in his unsuccessful bid for New York City comptroller - he also spent more than 8 million dollars of his own money in the attempt to defeat Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.
No more Anthony Weiner, No more Eliot Spitzer, thank you New York.
Analysts say Eliot Spitzer lost the primary for comptroller of New York because he ran a bad campaign. When Spitzer realized he screwed himself, he left $4,000 on his nightstand.
With all the talk about Syria it seems that nobody has expressed gratitude to two important New York political figures who have recently waged important albeit unsuccessful campaigns. Our most pressing problem is unemployment. Our greatest opportunity is technology. Eliot Spitzer has taken it upon himself to personally provide employment for young women with limited office skills.And Anthony Weiner has opened up innovative ways of utilizing technology. Thanks and better luck next time guys!!
Back to New York's Future Democratic voters forget what it was like before Rudy and Bloomberg. Democracies have short memories, which helps to explain the results of Tuesday's primary elections in New York City. Democratic voters who have grown accustomed to a generation of safer streets and reviving neighborhoods nonetheless elevated populist mayoral candidate Bill De Blasio, who rejects many of the policies that made such progress possible. But first some good news: New York Democrats did at least put a stake through Eliot Spitzer's attempt at a political comeback. More than a quarter million voters inexplicably backed the former Governor who resigned in disgrace and could have been indicted, but that was good for only 48% in Mr. Spitzer's bid for city comptroller against Manhattan borough president Scott Stringer. Thus did voters spare themselves years of grief from giving Mr. Spitzer control over city pension funds. Self-government does not have to be a suicide pact. On the other hand, there's Mr. de ...
John Avlon says New York voters wisely chose to reject the comeback attempts of Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer.
"The Federal Reserve is a Ponzi Scheme" says Eliot Spitzer, former governor and attorney-general of New York
Not so much as a wink to Rich Lamb or Marlene Peralta by MK: Spitzer, Stringer Argue Over Credibility « CBS New York
If you are looking for moral guidance in the New York mayoral race, I can tell you that Eliot Spitzer won't vote for Anthony Weiner.
Is there a second act in New York politics for Eliot Spitzer? Check out tonight's 6PM lead story, live from Lower Manhattan. (And see if you catch the subtle, yet shameless pun written into the narration.)
The journalists at Good Morning America on Monday offered an assist to the scandal-plagued former Governor of New York. While announcing Eliot Spitzer's return to politics, news reader Paula Faris avoided any mention of the fact that Spitzer is a Democrat. As she announced the politician's new bid t...
I feel like I'm in the Twilight Zone. Google News has a posting today that says Eliot Spitzer is stepping down as governor of New York in a story dated March 13, 2008.
I really enjoy using Google News, but just now, they are reporting a story that Eliot Spitzer is resigning as governor of New York. That was five years ago, if memory serves. The story links to a March 2008 New York Times story. So, in keeping with this trend, I would like to announce breaking news that Neil Armstrong has walked on the moon and that the Spanish Armada has been defeated.
Now the year is 2006, Gubernatorial year, AG Eliot Spitzer as everyone knew would be the next Governor of New York, the issue became who would be Lt. Governor, because as you know the Governor and Lt. Governor are elected separately. Mario Cuomo and former County Executive Al DelBello to be diplomatic did not really get along, but they were stuck with each other, until Al couldn't take it anymore and resigned. So I met Leecia Eve when she was Counsel to Senator Hillary Clinton during Delta Days at the Nation's Capital oddly enough, Leecia being an AKA and all. We struck up a friendship and when she decided to run for Lt. Governor I was a supporter. Leaving out many of the in between details, Spitzer picked then Democratic Leader David A. Paterson to be his running mate and Leecia got out of the race. History shows the Spitzer/Paterson ticket was elected by a wide margin, we learned far more about David then was needed, and Spitzer's term as Governor was very short. David became Governor and served out his ...
on January 15, 2013 Just before midnight and within minutes of the bill text becoming available to the public, the New York Senate passed radical anti-gun legislation late last night. Without any committee hearing or testimony, without public comment or even proper legislative procedure, anti-gun Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders, including Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver have cut a deal and sacrificed your constitutional rights that they swore to protect. As a result, the state Senate passed S.2230 by a 43-18 vote and the Assembly will vote on it today. The Second Amendment and legislative procedure became the sacrificial lamb in New York as Governor Andrew Cuomo's quest for headline-grabbing gun control was rammed through the Senate in the dark of night. Anti-gun former Gov. Eliot Spitzer has described Governor Cuomo as "the dirtiest, nastiest political player out there...," and that certainly rang true during the wee hours of the morning as the ...
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 ...
this is getting way out of control Is New York Preparing to Put Gun Owners in Mental Hospitals? New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Democrats and Republicans have worked out a tentative deal on rolling back the Second Amendment in the state. They have also proposed declaring gun owners mentally ill. Lawmakers will debate aspects of the new proposals today in the Senate and Assembly, according to NBC in New York. The deal would further restrict so-called assault weapons and limit the size of rifle magazines from the current 10 to seven bullets. In addition to mandating the sort of weapons and the size of magazines the government will allow the state’s residents to possess, legislators want to enact a law that would allow “civil confinement” of people considered a threat. Civil confinement was advocated by former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. The procedure allows the state to commit sex offenders to mental hospitals for life. New York has signaled it will now apply the procedure to gun owners it dee ...
Tom Ashbrook talks with former New York Governor, Attorney General, and Wall Street prosecutor, Eliot Spitzer, about how to clean up banking. Source: Eliot...
Bill Maher join's Eliot Spitzer, the former New York Governor and Attorney General, tonight on 'Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer', 8E/5P -- only on Current TV
From the New York Times: New York’s 18th Congressional District (Orange, Putnam, parts of Dutchess and Westchester) Representative Nan Hayworth, a freshman Republican, is locked in a bitter contest with the Democrat, Sean Patrick Maloney, a former aide to President Bill Clinton and two New York Governors, David Paterson and Eliot Spitzer. Despite her Tea Party support, Dr. Hayworth, a retired ophthalmologist, tries to cast herself as a moderate, particularly on women’s issues. Yet she has favored limiting contraception coverage for employees and voted to defund Planned Parenthood. Mr. Maloney promises to support health care reform, help the middle class and oppose tax cuts for the rich. We recommend Mr. Maloney.
Hey, New York! Join APM: Marketplace's Kai Ryssdal and the BBC World Service's Justin Rowlatt on Thursday 9/27 at 9:15am for a very special live event at The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR. Do we get the banks we deserve? That question and more will be posed to special guests including former NY governor Eliot Spitzer, Bethany McLean, co-author of "The Smartest Guys in the Room" and "All the Devils are Here", John Taft of the RBC Royal Bank of Canada and Charles H. Dallara of the Institute of International Finance. Admission is free, but seating is very limited and reservations are required. RSVP today:
Video - Eliot Spitzer, former Attorney General and Governor of New York, stops by HuffPost Live to talk about the conventions and what we're not hearing from the campaigns. Alicia Menendez is also joined by Anthony Fisher, Brennan Lowery, Hassani Turner, Lynne Schwartz and Taryn Mitchell.
In the news this morning, by cover story: Metro - The Expendables 2 review. AM New York - A horse escaped from a carriage harness. New York Post - Eliot Spitzer's former prostitute is pregnant. New York Times - Striking miners shot by police in South Africa.
We Heard… THAT former Vice President Al Gore will anchor coverage of the Republican and Democratic national conventions on his Current TV channel. Among those joining Gore will be former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, and Current TV hosts Joy Behar, John Fugelsang, and Cenk Uygur. “This promises to be cartoon convention coverage — a bunch of ideologues acting like they are ‘covering’ these historic rituals of the election process,” observed David Zurawik of the Baltimore Sun. “Is there anyone out there who remembers the glory years of CBS or NBC News when being part of the convention coverage team was one of the high honors of American journalism? Now it’s Joy Behar and Eliot Spitzer and the guy who owns the channel.” THAT a top Hezbollah spokesman has asserted what Iran has consistently denied: Iran’s nuclear development program is intended to “finish off” Israel. Walid Sakariya, a retired general and member of parliament in Lebanon, told Leba ...
In an extended interview, we speak with former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer about the financial crisis and how it was handled by Federal Reserve Chairman ...
From Steve Ninety-Nine: "No less a watchdog than Eliot Spitzer, joining a call from Elizabeth Warren, says JP Morgan's CEO must step down from the New York Fed...and if he doesn't go quietly, suggests Spitzer, then OCCUPY should institute a new wave of protests. When a former New York Attorney General suggests we have a roll to play, that tells you any suggestion from the Forces of Darkness that our efforts are to no effect is total horse doodoo."
Watched "Client 9- The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer" very good documentary! done by Alex Gibney. I think he(Alex Gibney) did the Enron Documentary "The smartest guys in the room" and "Journey to the Dark Side." the Eliot Spitzer doc was more about the banking industry and spitzer's time as Attorney General of New York than the prostitution stuff. Client 9 is an instant view on Netfix. loving the Netfix on my TV. maybe a little too much.
"Viewpoint" host Eliot Spitzer is joined by Marion Nestle, a professor of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health at New York University, and Marc Murphy
When it comes to reforming Wall Street, President Obama is all talk, according to Eliot Spitzer. The former New York Governor took to Reuters TV's Fast Forward with Chrystia Freeland to slam the president for what he says is a talk-tough, act-weak approach to the financial industry, which less than ...
The new law that President Barack Obama signed on April 5 rolls back key concessions that Eliot Spitzer won as New York's Attorney General from investment banks in a landmark 2003 settlement.
Van Jones, acclaimed author and President of Rebuild the Dream, and Eliot Spitzer, former Governor of New York, discuss the actors who triggered the 2008 financial collapse and the ramifications of the regulatory failure on middle class America.
Keith Olbermann has been fired by Current TV, the network announced Friday. He will be replaced by former New York Governor and CNN host Eliot Spitzer.
With Keith Olbermann gone from Current TV, Al Gore had to make a splash. He certainly made one by hiring disgraced former New York Governor and failed MSNBC host Eliot Spitzer, who promptly showed why he’d been fired from CNN.
Robert Reich, former US Labor Secretary and a professor at UC Berkeley, and Eliot Spitzer, former governor of New York, consider how the Occupy movement has affected the climate on Wall Street in light of an independent study from Echo Research and Makovsky that seems to show Occupy has had a...
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