- March 19, 2001 | The City Politic
- Pol Versus Pole
Congressman John Sweeney led the Republican troops in Miami last November. But when he wrecked his car a few weeks ago, he stayed way out of the limelight.
- September 25, 2000 | The City Politic
- Buffalo Gal
The debate may have helped put Lazio back in the race -- but while pundits gave the congressman the win, regular voters seemed to finally thaw under Clinton's resolve.
- April 9, 2001 | The City Politic
- Learn, Baby, Learn
We beat crime by holding precinct commanders accountable for every mugging and break-in on their watch. Now it's time to let Mr. Chips fall where he may.
- December 17, 2001 | The City Politic
- The Good Soldier
For yielding to Hillary Clinton in the Senate race, Nita Lowey was rewarded with a key leadership role that's thrust her onto a national stage. She hasn't wasted the opportunity.
- January 6, 2003 | The City Politic
- The Democrats' Lot
Even the president's brother jumped on the dump-Lott bandwagon -- as if that alone would resolve the GOP's race problem. Do Democrats finally have an issue to reunite them?
- October 19, 1998 | The City Politic
- Al Hands on Deck
Low voter turnout usually helps the GOP, but if Al D'Amato can't inspire the voters, Chuck Schumer could be the surprise beneficiary of a scandal-scarred electorate.
- November 25, 2002 | The City Politic
- The New New Deal
After years of fumbling, Republicans have finally found an effective delivery system for their agenda, raising the question: Could W.'s era have as enduring a political impact as FDR's?
- June 26, 2000 | The City Politic
- Going by the Pols
Banking on more votes for Freddie Ferrer, the Bronx Democratic leader drops a former ally in order to back a dubious new one -- a tactic Ferrer himself wouldn't condone.
- August 18, 2003 | The City Politic
- The Windmill Factor
New York’s own Knight of the Hopeful Countenance heads for the Beltway—refusing, as ever, to yield to the right while watching liberalism’s flank.
- April 7, 2003 | The City Politic
- New York Statesman
Intellectual, author, and social activist, Daniel Patrick Moynihan never fit neatly into anyone’s stereotype of a politician, even though his passion for New York superseded all.