Wall Street & Mayor Bloomberg

Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. Michael Rubens Bloomberg (born February 14, 1942) is the current Mayor of New York City. 5.0/5

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5 Reasons to Reject the UFT Contract (Friday May 23, 2014) Recently, the administration of the United Federation of Teachers (UFT), worked out a contract with Mayor Bill de Blasio. Now, Michael Mulgrew, president of the UFT, is trying to cajole and bully members of the union to accept this contract. However, this contract is horrible for what it proposes and what it leaves out. Below, we have summed up 5 basic reasons why UFT members should reject this contract. If you are a UFT member please VOTE NO, if you know someone who is a UFT member, please share this information and ask her/him to VOTE NO! 1. Tomorrow is Not Promised to Anyone! In this new “contract” the UFT members are promised raises that we were supposed to get when Mayor Bloomberg was in office. However, unless you are retiring by this June, you won’t see all the money that’s owed to you until 2020, two years after de Blasio’s term in office expires. Why would I wait to get what’s owed to me in 2020, when money later is wor ...
Yay! Wall Street saves the day! MT Am. 66 gets $1M each from NY Mayor Bloomberg and...Melinda Gates.
The average person who commits crime does not read The Wall Street Journal or the Financial Times, Mayor Bloomberg said.
Stimulus Trivia/Stimulus Corruption/Government Corruption Call it what you will... Brookfield Properties: Do you know the park in NYC that the Wall Street protesters occupied? It's Zuccotti Park . Did you know this park is NOT owned by the city of New York ? It's owned by Brookfield Properties. Brookfield Asset Management received an Obama Department of Energy Loan guarantee of over $160 million within 10 days of approving the take over ...of the Park. Brookfield is a Canadian company with assets of 70 billion. Google it. It's all on their website - and WHY is the US Taxpayer guaranteeing a loan to a VERY wealthy Canadian company?!?! Who was just hired by Brookfield Properties as an attorney? Vice President Joe Biden's son. Who sits on the board of Brookfield Properties? NYC Mayor Bloomberg's live-in girlfriend. Now, guess what company just received some of the last of the Obama Stimulus $. That's right, Brookfield Properties. (a Canadian Corp) Isn't life great in America ! Now, guess what, on a completel ...
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorses President Barack Obama for re-election. The question is why? Because the stock market crashed under President Bush and unemployment shot up to over 8%. When President Obama took office the stock Market had dropped so much that we were in a recession when he took office. It bottomed out 6 weeks into his Presidency and over the next 3 years and 7 months the stock market has gone up almost 100%. Unemployment topped out at just over 10% just barely after President Obama took office and since then it has gone down to 7.9% and is dropping slowly. This is because President Obama has worked hard to turn around the financial crisis that President George W. Bush left him with. You can not take this away from him and Mayor Bloomberg shocked Wall Street by Endorsing President Obama over Mitt Romney. Mayor Bloomberg realized that President Obama did wonders for New York City when they desperately needed it and took them from a deep bear market to a charging Bull market in ...
I realize many people out there, including the Mayor of New York City, are blaming the awful destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy on man-made climate change, i.e. "global warming". But think of this: Have there not always been hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, floods, heat waves, cold waves, and other destructive weather? If man made climate change is responsible for Hurricane Sandy, what do we blame - or who do we blame - for last summer's drought where there were no tropical cyclones in the Atlantic for weeks? And many of those that did form, didn't amount to much. I recommend everyone to read the editorials in the Thursday, November 1 edition of the Wall Street Journal to get an alternative perspective to that offered by Mayor Bloomberg. You know who he is: The one who's convinced its government's job to tell us how big a soft drink we should be allowed to have.
The Entitlement of Wealth Mayor Bloomberg has launched a Super PAC to intervene in various elections across the country. The mayor has many well-known views on social and economic issues, and he’s using his Super PAC to foster the candidacies of people who share his views. So far so good, and his activities are certainly within the spirit of the Citizens United case. Mr. Bloomberg raised concerns about both President Obama and Governor Romney in an interview with the New York Times . One particular statement about President Obama’s proposal to increase taxes on the wealthy caught my eye. “This business of ‘Well, they can afford it; they should pay their fair share?’ Who are you to say ‘Somebody else’s fair share?’ ” Wealthy folks have all kinds of views and gigantic microphones. We get a steady diet from the likes of the Koch brothers, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, Steve Forbes, and Robert Rubin. While these people disagree on a variety of issues, they share a common characteristic ...
So the Wall Street Journal reported today that Mayor Bloomberg is prohibiting all politicians from being involved in this year's 9/11 Ground Zero commemoration. Only the families who lost loved ones will be speaking. Yay for Mr. Bloomberg for having the guts to remove political grandstanding from this day.
Truthout shared the following link and had this to say about it: The tone-deaf, gold-plated, Wall Street-worshipping mayor of New York City rushes to defend Jamie Dimon. York's Mayor Bloomberg rarely loses an opportunity to rush to the defense of the reckless financial industry where he first ...
A Hong Kong based Anthropologist says on New York Police. Tuesday, May 08, 2012 Human Rights in New York There is a disturbing report by the anthropologist David Graeber on the New York Police apparently using sexual assault against Occupy Wall Street protesters. He ties this to the city elite's ties to banking, especially to Mayor Bloomberg's statement that the police is his personal army. Bloomberg is, of course, number 20 on the Forbes Billionaires List (11th in the US), so has a vested interest in protecting the current financial system. Graeber also notes that Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly is the former director of global security of the Wall Street firm Bear Stearns, so has also revolved between banking and policing. Is there any difference in Kelly's mind between protecting Bear Stearns and protecting "the people of New York," or does protecting the banks loom large in his image of his duty to "New York"? Americans are uncomfortable about this type of story on two levels: first, sexual assaults ...
Tired of Liberals blaming the Wall St mess and the economy on Rep Pro-Deregulation Schumer Scores Bush for Lack of Regulation By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN, Staff Reporter of the Sun | September 22, 2008 As Senator Schumer attempts to blame Wall Street's recent economic upheavals on a lack of regulation by the Bush administration, he may have some inconvenient facts to confront. Until the current credit crisis, Mr. Schumer had been a leading voice for deregulation: He has championed the repeal of a Great Depression-era law that prohibited commercial banks from underwriting securities; he has written an opinion piece calling for the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to be "re-examined," and he has opposed a bill that sought to reduce taxpayer risk in the event of a housing market slowdown by requiring Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to sell their entire investment portfolios of about $1.5 trillion worth of mortgage assets. Mr. Schumer heads the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and with the presidential campaign closing amid un ...
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