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Mayor Bloomberg solution to obeying NY idling restriction while still keeping his SUV cool gets ‘thumbs up’ from Larry the Cable Guy
Michael Bloomberg to soda ban critics: Is purchasing two 16-ouncers instead of one 32-ounce too much of an inconvenience to help reverse a national health catastrophe?
NYC Mayor Bloomberg set to ban sale of sweetened drinks larger than 16 ounces; Update: Bloomberg supports ‘National Donut Day’ tomorrow
**Written by Doug Powers They’ve been defacing memorials, defecating on police cars, disrupted local businesses and encouraged the overthrow of capitalism, but there’s no faster way to make New York Mayor Bloomberg completely lose patience than by including on the list of demands… cigarettes: An Occupy Wall Street protester who scaled a 70-foot art sculpture […]
**Written by Doug Powers What is the government’s number one function? Some might say national security or maintaining a sound infrastructure, but for New York Mayor and legendary super-nanny Michael Bloomberg, the government’s highest duty is to… make sure the people have ready access to salad… or something like that: Speaking on the government’s role […]
**Written by Doug Powers On Al “Resist We Much” Sharpton’s MSNBC show, Mayor Michael “Resist We Salt” Bloomberg said that we must see to President Obama’s success for the sake of the future of our children and grandchildren (apparently in the future the cures for cancer and heart disease will be debt and unemployment checks, […]
Michael Bloomberg: ‘Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free… and I’ll Lock ‘em in Detroit’
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**Written by Doug Powers If talking beer is his way of trying to endear himself to the Irish after his little joke backfire, insulting brewers with the adult beverage equivalent of “ketchup on filet mignon” isn’t any way to go about it: Standing inside the just-expanded Brooklyn Brewery yesterday, the mayor revealed that his unorthodox […]
**Written by Doug Powers In the past, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has criticized Arizona’s immigration law from afar, but when it comes to gun law enforcement in that state, he seems to be operating a bit out of his mayoral jurisdiction, don’t you think? NEW YORK – Weeks after the shooting in Tucson, sellers […]
Photo credit: CBS 2 Big Labor’s Snowmageddon snit fit by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2010 Diligent English farmers of old once shared a motto about the blessings of work: “Industry produces wealth, God speed the plow.” Indolent New York City union officials who oversee snow removal apparently live by a different creed: Sloth enhances […]
Big Nannies of the Year by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2010 It was a nefarious year for nettlesome nosy-bodies employed by the Nanny State. Here are the top power-grabbers of 2010 who just can’t leave us alone: – New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Two feet of snow paralyzed trains, buses, plows and emergency […]
**Written by Doug Powers New York Governor David Paterson offered to help find another site for the mosque/cultural center planned near Ground Zero, but it sounds like some of the project’s supporters first want to see what kind of place Greg Gutfeld opens up next door before making a final decision: “While we have a […]
**Written by Doug Powers New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has written an impassioned essay about religious tolerance and freedom as it concerns the debate over the construction of a mosque near Ground Zero in Manhattan. My assumption that Bloomberg’s “across-the-board religious tolerance” sermon wouldn’t be nearly as passionate if the Westboro Baptist freakazoids wanted to […]
**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers Isn’t this the same guy who is all for deporting homeless people out of his city limits? From Fox News: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is blasting U.S. immigration policy, calling it “national suicide.” Bloomberg said Tuesday that Arizona would likely be hurt by its new immigration law. It […]
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