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It's a Horrible way to treat 9/11 First Responders.
I discuss all the shenanigans regarding the James Zadroga Reauthorization Act with NY Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
It’s been more than a decade since the 9/11 attacks, but people are still dying.
Temporary bills would extend the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund and the 9/11 World Trade Center Health Program — but only by five years and at funding levels far below what’s needed.
At the first Democratic debate last night, it was a solid performance for Hillary Clinton.
She rejected the charge of political expediency when it comes to changing positions.
Clinton at one point said: "I'm a progressive who likes to get things done."
The Democratic front-runner needed to hit the re-set button with voters, and appeared to have achieved that goal.
This is the story of a 37 year old Staten Island Mother, that proves being Homeless can happen to anyone.
She was not involved with drugs, but fell on tough times.
From the Column of widely regarded and respected Columnist Phil Reisman in the Journal News.
Ernie Davis was taking it from all sides at a recent mayoral debate held in a packed conference room at the Wartburg Home in Mount Vernon.
Five rivals were taking turns, trying to take down the 76-year-old Democratic incumbent who runs the eighth largest city in the state of New York and may be facing his “last hurrah” in a Sept. 10 primary.
Donald Trump is dominating the conversation in the Presidential Race. The point I made from day one of his candidacy is relevant now, more than ever. Trump is not someone to ever underestimate, and he is a real contender. Americans view him as a winner, and that can go a long, long way.
Perhaps we should call him “Teflon Don,” as nothing has been able to stick to Trump.
He has tapped into the anti-establishment sentiment; many Americans have had it with Washington.
We recently sat down with NYPD Commissioner William Bratton.
Bratton predicts crime, despite the perception and claims that crime is on the rise, that crime for the year will be close to all time low records.
He also discussed minority recruitment within the department, what is the best part of his job, and then of course, the worst. Bratton talked with Journalist Dominic Carter.
Proud, Happy, Humbled, Energized, and Thankful. All because of a Foster Care Agency Conference.
To say that I was honored to be the Keynote Speaker at the first Annual Foster Care Conference for a prominent organization titled PATH-Idaho would be the understatement of the year.
In Boise, on a picture-perfect weather day with the scenic mountains as a backdrop, and on a Saturday morning none-the-less when most people are home relaxing, (August 10th) Foster Care was the subject of this well attended conference, titled: "Great Challenges Make Great Kids."
Flabbergasted after yet another former sexting partner for Anthony Weiner has gone public recently, "his campaign is on life support" was perhaps the most sympathetic and honest assessment I could initially offer on television.
I sat down recently to interview the speaker of the New York City Council, Christine Quinn, for our candidate profiles on RNN-TV.
I couldn't help but think about when one looks at group shots of all the candidates running for mayor of New York City, Quinn stands out. All you see are a lot of men. Quinn is the only woman.
For weeks here in the New York City area folks have asked me, what is Bill Thompson doing?
Is he a candidate for NYC mayor?
Does he really want this or is he just going through the motions?
Where is Thompson's passion?
Well, if Thompson's personality was not so low-key, he might respond with the slogan line of that Kia Sorrento TV commerical: "How you like me now."