- January 1, 2001 | The City Politic
- Closing the Books
Daniel Patrick Moynihan brought to the Senate a scholar's nose for historic issues, and to the academy a pol's ear for issues of moment.
- January 14, 2002 | The City Politic
- Rudy Who?
Mayor Mike's delivery may have left something to be desired, but his message came through loud and clear: Everyone needs to get real about the budget shortfall -- even the Yankees.
- July 28, 2003 | The City Politic
- Polls Vaulting
Assuming Michael Bloomberg plans to run for a second term, the time to tackle his nasty numbers is now; herewith, some unsolicited advice.
- July 14, 2003 | The City Politic
- Anything Goes
Republicans want to lay a cornerstone at ground zero during their national convention? Only Democrats, apparently, are barred from exploiting 9/11.
- October 22, 2001 | The City Politic
- The Union Label
Mark Green won the runoff without the support of the city's Big Three unions, leaving both the candidate and labor in an unfamiliar posture come Election Day.
- October 5, 1998 | The City Politic
- Political Science Fiction
Republicans and pundits bet that the videotape would convince us the Clinton presidency is over. But the upcoming election could prove them wrong yet again.
- June 17, 2002 | The City Politic
- Winner Take All
Careful what you wish for, Mayor Bloomberg. Now that control of the schools is within reach, you'll actually be expected to fix them. Can it be done -- or are they a lost cause?
- October 21, 2002 | The City Politic
- It's a Mad, Mad World
If there's an overall -- and underreported -- theme to the coming midterm election, it is "Get mad and get even." Think Democrats have forgotten Florida? Think again.
- August 11, 2003 | The City Politic
- Mark My Words
A charge of racism probably cost Mark Green the mayoralty. As he prepares to reenter public life, Green reflects on the attacks that persist even now.
- June 14, 1999 | The City Politic
- Centrist Casting
Rudy Giuliani isn't the only sort-of-moderate Republican looking to rent a Senate seat; meet Suffolk County congressman Rick Lazio, preaching the unlikely gospel of inclusion.