October 24, 2007 RSS feed / Political Page

Gianaris: Licenses For Illegal Immigrants Are Done Deal

Seven years ago, a tough primary behind him, Assemblymember Michael Gianaris stood poised to win the seat for the 36th Assembly District, where he grew up. More...

Queens Dems Gave Bill Nudge Toward White House; Hillary Hopes It Will Be Repeated

In 1992, Bill Clinton was a relatively unknown pol when he was making his way around New York state seeking support for his first bid to become president of the United States, Senator Hillary Clinton recalled last week at Queens Democratic headquar More...

Vallone Tells Board 1 Cabinet Of Westway, Parking Issues

City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Weiner: Getting Trucks Off Streets Will Solve Congestion Woes

Congressmember Anthony Weiner agrees with Mayor Michael Bloomberg that traffic congestion is a serious problem in the city, but Weiner contends that the mayor's congestion pricing plan is not the way to solve it. More...

Onorato, Avella Say: 'New Tree Program Needs Trimming Here & There'

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and performer Bette Midler launched an ambitious tree planting program recently which Bloomberg hopes will see a million trees planted throughout the city in the next decade. More...

Bldgs. Dept. Boro Commish Is The Guy Next Door

As far as Derek Lee is concerned, he is the guy next door. "After all, I am a Queens resident," the Department of Buildings Borough Commissioner said. More...

Suit Filed To Block Spitzer License Plan; Senate Bill Outlaws It

Continuing their assault on Governor Eliot Spitzer's edict allowing illegal aliens to get drivers' licenses, an upstate county group filed suit on Monday to block the plan. More...

Christian Right Rejects Rudy's Pitch, Strong Dislike For Hillary Could Save Him

Rudy Giuliani's long-awaited appearance before a Christian conservative group confirmed that he had little support among the members, mainly because of his pro-abortion views, according to published reports. More...

Fred Slaps Rudy As Liberal In Fight For Conservative Mantle

It took Fred Thompson more than a month to engage frontrunner Rudy Giuliani for the conservative crown in the Republican presidential race, but on Monday he came stomping onto Rudy's turf, recalling Giuliani ran on the Liberal Party line for mayor More...

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