Mayor Bill de Blasio’s campaign slogan is “Working People First.” And yet, he is consistently mocked for blunders and disingenuous attempts to relate to the working class.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu has written a book about the city’s decision to remove Confederate statues. It starts out well-intentioned, but ends up needlessly trying to score partisan political points.
His parents? Dead. His favorite goat, Taog? Even more dead. His home? Burned dead to the ground. John G. McNamara had only one thing left: a taste for vengeance.
The idea that this kind of singling out of press members by politicians is new and especially catastrophic is odd. Remember de Blasio and Obama doing the same?
Toronto’s former mayor Rob Ford was known for his crazy antics. But he should be known for taking on public unions and corruption — and winning.
William F. Buckley’s 50 year-old memoir, The Unmaking of a Mayor, has a lot to teach us about the current political moment.
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