Mayor Bloomberg said he doesn’t want to “second-guess” Governor Cuomo’s tax plan.
Bill Clinton said his wife, Hillary, has no plans to run for office again. “She wants to stay in one place for two or three days and get a good night’s sleep for a week or two.”
Governor Cuomo called legislators into Extraordinary Session to vote on the tax and jobs plan announced yesterday.
The tax plan will save families an average of $300-$400 a year.
Albany power broker Fred Dicker called Governor Cuomo’s political maneuvering on the tax plan a “dazzling display of political jujitsu.”
Occupy Albany protesters may be rethinking their strategy after over 50 people from their group were arrested this weekend. Now, some Albany occupiers have decided not to spent nearly every night forcing Governor Cuomo to make good on his vow to arrest them if they enter state land after 11p.m. Read More
Rudy Giuliani said President Obama is responsible for Occupy Wall Street and predicted the movement will “take his presidency down.”
Steve Ballone, a Democratic candidate for Suffolk County executive, saved Santa.
U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, State Senator Daniel Squadron, and Councilwoman Margaret Chin are thankful for the port-o-potties in Zuccotti Park.
Occupy Wall Street protesters plan to march from Zuccotti Park to Governor Cuomo’s office in midtown to protest his opposition to the so-called “Millionaire’s Tax,” but the Governor won’t be on hand for the protest. Read More
Prospective 2013 Mayoral candidates Chris Quinn and Bill de Blasio would really like you to know that they’ve been arrested multiple times–for civil disobedience.
New MTA boss, Joe Lhota, had a rough time at a board meeting yesterday where he was confronted with angry employees and crazed subway riders.
Governor Cuomo made up a new curfew law to bust Occupy Albany protesters.
While other Occupy Wall Street inspired protests have been criticized for their lack of focus, Occupy Albany is increasingly zeroing in on a defined demand–forcing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to drop his opposition to the popular “Millionaire’s Tax.” So far, Governor Cuomo has responded to Occupy Albany with an unsuccessful attempt to have the protests shut down. Read More