Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less

The story on Super Tuesday, was Joe Biden.  A candidate who’s candidacy was just a  forgone conclusion a week ago .  No wins, no money, no ground game!  As of this post, Joe Biden has won nine states.  He won in states where he didn’t campaign or spend advertising dollars. Bernie Sanders won three states.Continue reading “Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less”

Sacramento says: “L-NO” The Neighborhood Associations have spoken-Strong Mayor is Dead

By CityFella After six long years, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson’s quest  for more power (Strong Mayor) is over. Measure L, would have given the mayor executive authority over department heads and the city manager and the power to veto council decisions. Supporters for Measure L, raised over a million dollars vs an estimated 240 thousandContinue reading “Sacramento says: “L-NO” The Neighborhood Associations have spoken-Strong Mayor is Dead”

Weiner comes Clean after Dirty

Apologizing in advance. It get worse from here. Who is Carlos Danger? Is he a suave actor on a Spanish soap opera? Uhmmm no its our favorite Mayoral Candidate from New York City…. That’s right New York City.  Anthony ( let me show u somethin I’m proud of ) Weiner. Apparently Weiner couldn’t keep it inContinue reading “Weiner comes Clean after Dirty”

“IT’S WAR: BLOOMBERG VS THE BUBBLES ( Coke and Pepsi have joined forces against NYC soda ban)

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg‘s proposed “soda ban” that would limit customers in this city of nearly 10 million to 16 ounces.   Has angered many  New Yorkers. Bloomberg’s proposed soda ban would make it illegal for restaurants, delis, movie theaters, stadiums and street carts to sell sodas and sugary drinks over 16 ounces. Diet sodasContinue reading ““IT’S WAR: BLOOMBERG VS THE BUBBLES ( Coke and Pepsi have joined forces against NYC soda ban)”

New York Post declares war on Occupy Wall Street

Rupert Murdoch’s tabloid runs three covers in a row attacking the movement   From the beginning, Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post was never exactly friendly to the cause of Occupy Wall Street. When the NYPD arrested hundreds on the Brooklyn Bridge in one of the watershed events of the young movement on Oct. 1, mostContinue reading “New York Post declares war on Occupy Wall Street”

Simmer to Boil (Riots by Jobless in US cities?)

“The public is not happy” “The public knows there is something wrong in this country and there is    You have a lot of kids graduating college can’t find jobs” That’s what happened in Cairo, Tha’s what happend in Madrid .  You dont want those riots here.  “New York City’s Mayor, Michael Bloomberg  said on a radio show.Continue reading “Simmer to Boil (Riots by Jobless in US cities?)”

Sports costing taxpayers billions

Out with the old-In with the new 1.7 billion dollar Meadowland Stadium Home to the New York Jets and The New York Giants located in East Rutherford,New Jersey THE BUSINESS AND POLITICS OF SPORTS DeMaurice Smith to reach a new agreement that covers players working conditions, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wrestles with his state’sContinue reading “Sports costing taxpayers billions”

Bloomberg is # 2 and Channel 13 goes retro: Just sayin for Nov 3,2010

While all the other stations 3, 10,40 went  high tech with touch screen computers, channel 13’s reporters used a marker to color in states as they turned red- and she stayed remarkably within the lines. Speaking of KOVR, the skyline used at the opening on the news looks more like Philadelphia than Sacramento, the shot last less thanContinue reading “Bloomberg is # 2 and Channel 13 goes retro: Just sayin for Nov 3,2010”