New York Post front page for Tuesday, December 2, 2014
New York Post front page for Sunday, October 12, 2014
Make sure to check out Rich’s latest piece on this subject, “The Great Equalizers.”
De Blasio’s victory wouldn’t be possible without Giuliani’s successes and liberals’ short memories.
Taxi Driver: Scene where Travis describes his nights, and how he thanks god for the rain.
The Big Apple’s Left Turn
Jonah Goldberg writes: The new mayor of New York City is a Red Sox fan. According to the rules of the New York I grew up in, I’d expect to see the Hudson turn into a river of blood and Zabar’s to close owing to a locust infestation before that happened.
But if de Blasio’s remarkable rise proves anything, it’s that the rules can change. A liberal’s crazy liberal, de Blasio still waxes nostalgic about the noble struggle of the Nicaraguan Sandinistas, for whom he raised money in the 1980s. He violated the ban on travel to Cuba for his honeymoon with his formerly gay wife, and he often talks as if he’s handing out literature in Union Square for the left-wing New Party, for which he used to work.