Category Archives: — In the News

Pure panic by the ImpeachTrumpers

Update April 16, 2018- The federal judge seems almost certain to grant the request by the Trump and

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Store fronts are not the only vacancies in New York. Apartments are empty too.

April 2, 2018- Whether caused by the phenomenon of building pencil towers for the sake of sheltering

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Quid pro Cuomo: Governor Cuomo appoints only BPCA board members who donate millions to him

February 25, 2018- The NYT reports, “To tally the donations that Mr. Cuomo has received

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P.S. 276 hit with frivolous $2 Million lawsuit?

April 3, 2018- The Post reports,”A Manhattan mom is suing the Department of Education for $2 million

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Kick your smartphone app addiction in 2018

Update March 27, 2018- The details being exposed by the Facebook data selling scandal are bone chilling.

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Exclusive: Tourist helicopter that crashed and killed five was performing unsafe stunts

March 12, 2018- by Steven E. Greer Immediately after the helicopter crash in the East River on Sunday that killed all five Texas tourists

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City might impose vacancy tax on greedy landlords keeping empty storefronts

March 31, 2015- This is one reason people are leaving the city. In addition to congestion on the

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Eric Korsh, chef at North End Grill, is the next to fall in the #MeToo era

Update March 15, 2018- Chef Korsh has been fired from Racines after only two weeks on the job.

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As I said, the Democrats are having their own Civil War now

Update February 25, 2018- The California State Democratic party voted to endorse an unheard of

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The reason the Manhattan DA will not arrest Harvey Weinstein

Update December 1, 2017- The Post is reporting that the latest rape accusation against Harvey

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City Comptroller wants to take your BPCA tax dollars

March 3, 2018- The Post reports, “Comptroller Scott Stringer wants to tap into millions of dollars

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Statement from StopTheChop on East River helicopter crash

New York, March 12, 2018 — Press release

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Ever wonder how atrocious performances by Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, or Meryl Streep won Oscars?

January 4, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD It is the beginning of the Hollywood award show season where meritless popularity-contest-awards

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The BPCA plays defense after Halloween terror attack

Update January 10, 2018- by Steven E. Greer At the CB1 meeting (which are always orchestrated to meet the needs

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François Payard out of business

Update January 22, 2018- All of the Payard locations have closed down. I was in the Goldman Sachs

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A-hole Charles Urstadt is at it again

Update January 24, 2018- Delusional old fuck Charles Urstadt now wants to fill in the Hudson

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Cheating at elite Stuyvesant High School never went away

January 28, 2018- The Post reports, “Five years after a nationally publicized cheating scandal led to the principal’s ouster and the suspension of a dozen kids, academic dishonesty is

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Stuyvesant High School in the news for student drug use

January 19, 2014- The Post reports, “Students at elite Stuyvesant HS disrupted a school trip to top upstate colleges — because they were hopped up on drugs. Three seniors among the 102 embarking on the two-day Nov. 15 bus trip … Continue reading

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That Stuyvesant High School kid worth $72 Million admits he lied

Update December 16, 2014- Shocker. The Post ran with another unverified sensational but bogus story. This kid totally lied,

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The cheating continues at Stuyvesant High School

December 16, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD Muhammad Islam, the 17-year-old Stuyvesant student who concocted a hoax that he was worth $72 Million from day-trading,

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