- April 12, 1999 | The City Politic
- Alienable Rights
To black New Yorkers, Rudy Giuliani's seemingly enlightened promise of "one city, one standard" never rang true -- as the Diallo case has now made brutally clear.
- April 2, 2001 | The City Politic
- Who's Off First
Alan Hevesi beat the pack to declare his candidacy for mayor. But could he ever be pronounced the winner when many can't pronounce his name?
- November 20, 2000 | The City Politic
- The Next Campaign
With Trent Lott already acting the playground bully, Mrs. Clinton is girding for the coming round of naysayers -- her colleagues-to-be on the Hill.
- May 29, 2000 | The City Politic
- Stand and Deliver
Rudy pulls out, taking his negatives with him, leaving Hillary to face a low-profile but highly focused Rick Lazio. Now's the time for her to tell voters what she's running for.
- July 9, 2001 | The City Politic
- Wealth Vs. Wisdom
Much of what Michael Bloomberg has said and done -- and unsaid and undone -- since declaring his candidacy for mayor suggests that it's possible to be too outside.
- May 1, 2000 | The City Politic
- What's My Line?
Can Al Gore afford to spurn Ray Harding to avoid sharing a ballot line with Hillary's nemesis? Sure -- the Liberal Party's no longer the only other game in town.
- June 7, 1999 | The City Politic
Harold Ickes -- the "nuclear weapon" of political campaigning and unlikely Bubba loyalist -- is quietly laying the groundwork for Mrs. Clinton's Senate bid.
- March 12, 2001 | The City Politic
- Dese Dems Don't Doze
Keep an eye on the Campaign for America's Future, a liberal policy group that's funneling anger over the election into agenda-setting Democratic strategies.
- November 18, 2002 | The City Politic
- Party Like It's 1984
There's more to the Democrats' debacle last week than the loss of congressional bragging rights. For the true lesson, look back to the last time Fritz Mondale came up short.
- October 1, 2001 | The City Politic
- The Out-of-Towners
Most politicians -- including the president -- know that helping New York is important for the U.S., but Senators Gramm and Nickles needed extra convincing.