- February 14, 2000 | The City Politic
- The CORE Issue
Put Hillary in a room with Suha Arafat or Al Sharpton and there's a festival of finger-wagging; so why the silence when Rudy dines with Roy Innis and Jörg Haider?
- January 31, 2000 | The City Politic
- Caution, Wind, Etc.
Talk about a contrast in styles: Rudy brazenly flouts the state's Republican leadership while Hillary tiptoes everywhere. Where's her moxie?
- January 17, 2000 | The National Interest
- The Roadrunners
Why are Liddy Dole, George Pataki, and Bill Richardson sending out 'veep, veep' vibes for a job FDR's No. 2 compared unfavorably to a bucket of warm spit?
- January 3, 2000 | The City Politic
- Who Do Women Want?
Hillary thinks she has the votes of smart, educated women wrapped up -- and she may, but many are reluctant to admit it, at least until she becomes a better candidate.
- December 13, 1999 | The City Politic
- Long Shot
Refusing to dance with Mike Long could help Rudy win the middle and push Hillary farther to the left. That doesn't sound like suicide -- it sounds like a strategy.
- December 6, 1999 | The City Politic
- Going Postal
Now that Mrs. Clinton has doused any notion that she's not running, let's pray the media will finally stop taking cues from the hysterically anti-Hillary New York "Post."
- November 15, 1999 | The City Politic
- The Zabar's Vote
The battle for Pat Moynihan's Senate seat will ultimately focus on the 8 percent of voters, many of them liberal New York City Jews, still uncertain about Hill or Rudy.
- November 8, 1999 | The National Interest
- The Wrong Stuff
It isn't Clinton's personal politics that has bollixed up Al Gore's campaign; it's the Clintonian way with ideas -- seek consensus and attenuate any fresh notion to death.
- November 1, 1999 | Feature
- Race Tracking
How much mud -- and money -- can be thrown around in one City Council election?
- November 1, 1999 | The City Politic
- Unchartered Territory
Though the typically immovable mayor backed off his effort to block Mark Green by changing the city charter, the revised proposal still makes for bad public policy.