Category Archives: – Federal government

Why the announcement of a special counsel is good for President Trump

May 18, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD Without the usual leaks to the press giving them a heads up, President Trump’s DOJ announced

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Bob Woodward explains why there is no comparison between Trump and Nixon

June 9, 2017

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FBI’s James Comey admits under oath that he leaked classified government documents to The New York Times

June 8, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD The Democrats and

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This is why our federal First Amendment case is so important

May 10, 2017- by Steven E. Greer As viewers know, BPTV is proceeding in federal court toward trial against the BPCA for violating our First Amendment

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Look for party boats to dock at Pier-A soon

Picture of a ferry boat that crashed into the slip by the Irish Memorial May 11, 2017- by Steven Greer BPTV has reported over the years on the numerous attempts by the ferry boat and tour boat industry

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Why Indian Point nuclear power plant needs to be shut down

April 29, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD I have long been a critic of the overuse of CT-scans due to the dangers of radiation. I’m not sure why,

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Peck Slip elementary school dares to cite Pledge of Allegiance, stirring outcry from the far-left

March 17, 2017- DNAinfo reports, “Students at a Peck Slip elementary school in the Seaport began reciting the Pledge of Allegiance for the first time last week, sparking tensions

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Hillary Clinton was so bad for women

November 9, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD Hillary Clinton not only failed to shatter the glass ceiling for women to become president, but she

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Exclusive: Are the BPCA bonds risky junk with AAA ratings?

March 27, 2017- The BPCA’s Chairman and CEO, Dennis Mehiel, recently boasted at the board meeting how their bonds

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Review: The Nomad bar

The excellent fired chicken breast strips November 17, 2016- by Steven E. Greer I landed late at godawful LaGuardia and wanted some quality food. So, I went to The Nomad

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The view from federal court aint bad

March 21, 2017- The view north from federal court at 500 Pearl Street is pretty nice. The view south has the

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My city in ruins

March 19, 2017- by Steven Greer I recently read Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography and became a fan. One of his best albums is

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The Feds and Manhattan DA refuse to prosecute Mayor de Blasio

March 16, 2017- Despite a state grand jury and a second federal grand jury to deliberate whether

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U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara gets fired after refusing to resign

March 11, 2017- The NYT reports that Mr. Bharara was refusing to step down. But minutes later,

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Review: The Beekman Hotel lounge in City Hall

October 27, 2016- by Steven E. Greer City Hall has been a no-man’s land for decades, with few places of any quality to go for lawyers and

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Watch Nancy Pelosi refuse to applaud President Trump’s comments on job creation.

March 1, 2017- Watch Nancy Pelosi refuse to applaud President Trump’s comments on job creation.

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Criminal charges soon to be filed against Mayor de Blasio?

Update February 25, 2017- Preet’s prosecutors grilled de Blasio for four hours in their office yesterday.

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Preet Bharara fines owner of Solaire, Verdesian $500,000

February 15, 2017- U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara fined the owner of the North BPC buildings The Solaire (20 River terrace), and The Verdesian (211 North End Ave), “…a civil 

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Tip of the Week: Don’t mess with a federal judge

February 5, 2017- by Steven E. Greer As viewers of BPTV know, I am in a federal legal battle with the BPCA and Howard Milstein

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Our new neighbor is El Chapo

January 24, 2017- Lower Manhattan is really in decline. Infamous crime lords have moved in. The NYT reports on the

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