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July 24, 2006
Tom Quixote

Is Suozzi’s campaign against Spitzer a profile in courage or self-destruction?

July 24, 2006
Brooklyn Bantustan

The fight over David Yassky’s entry into the congressional race in a heavily black district obscures a crucial fact: The GOP loves minority-majority districts.

July 17, 2006
The Kos Campaign

Liberal blogs like Daily Kos have made Joe Lieberman their first domino. But without a bigger vision, they may be the ones who fall.

July 10, 2006
Lots of Luck

New Yorkïs green-card-lottery winners may soon become the last of their kind.

July 10, 2006
The Ex-Green Cuomo Machine

Turncoats abound.

July 10, 2006
Grand Old Class War

In one of the stranger races in recent memory, a helmet-haired East Side matron and a former Yonkers mayor are in a mud fight for the soul of the New York GOP.

July 10, 2006
No Quiet on the Ocean Front

Long Beach Island will end up underwater unless it’s shored up. Yet an alliance of wealthy weekenders and surfers is taking a stand to let it wash away.

July 10, 2006
Here Hillary Stands

Love her position on the war or hate it, you can’t argue that she’s waffled. And isn’t that what we want in a politician?

July 10, 2006
Suit 2.0

Back in the nineties, Jason Calacanis was a Silicon Alley cowboy. Now, at AOL, he’s in full corporate harness. Is that the only way for an entrepreneur to get to the top?

June 26, 2006
Bloomberg’s Red Glare

Fireworks squad invades Penn.

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