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Michael Tomasky

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.

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