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Something go wrong? NOW Michael Bloomberg wants federal gov’t out of local politics

By Doug Powers  •  June 26, 2017 04:10 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

I’m going to go ahead and assume Bloomberg and the progressive mayors who will take him up on his offer won’t be able to grasp the multiple levels of irony:

Entrepreneur and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) plans to launch a $17 million contest to incentivize U.S. cities to bypass policymaking in Washington under the Trump administration, according to The Associated Press.

Thirty-five cities will win $100,000, while four other cities will get $1 million. The grand prize is $5 million for one city.

The contest, which will be publicly unveiled on Monday, is aimed at pushing mayors across the country to tackle issues on their own, without federal help.

Alternate headline: “Former NYC Mayor to Pay US City Leaders to Ignore Federal Laws.”

Defy Trump, win cash! Maybe mayors who ignore federal laws can use Bloomberg’s prize for bail money.

But at least one consequence of Trump’s election has been to get those who have until Jan. 20th been proponents of a gigantic and over-reaching central government suddenly concerned about being squashed by their own creation.

**Written by Doug Powers

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Newsweek now considers Trump to be a member of *the family

November 20, 2017 08:17 PM by Doug Powers

*The Manson family

10 months after 8 years of Obama, Joe Biden says America in grave danger

November 19, 2017 02:34 PM by Doug Powers

2020 in his sights!

‘Scream helplessly at the sky’ event fails to remove Trump from office

November 9, 2017 05:52 PM by Doug Powers

Political activism just as the Founders envisioned

There’s a buried lede in this Trump/Obamacare shocker

November 7, 2017 09:52 PM by Doug Powers

Media exposes waste but doesn’t realize it

John Kerry slams Trump for ruining N. Korea’s disinterest in getting nukes

November 7, 2017 08:37 AM by Doug Powers

Quintessential Kerry

Categories: Donald Trump, John Kerry, North Korea