Category Archives: – Downtown oversight

The reason New York streets are covered in ugly scaffolding

December 1, 2019- The Post writes:

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The highly-mockable impeachment hearings are all moot

December 4, 2019- by Steven E. Greer I watched the panel of law professors at the impeachment hearings and laughed my ass off. I spit out my coffee.

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Liberal Villager: Impeach Nadler!

March 5, 2019- The Villager, a super-liberal failing rag, allowed a conservative to post an opinion piece laying out why Nadler should be impeached:

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Tip of the Week: Ed Koch explains how to deal with “Crazies” in NYC politics

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Rep. Nadler became very ill at press conference

May 24, 2019- Congressman Nadler seems to have lost blood pressure or suffered hypoglycemia.

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Medical Examiners are elected officials and often produce corrupt findings

August 20, 2019- by Steven E. Greer MD The pathologist who performed the autopsy on Jeffrey Epstein reported multiple fractures in his neck,

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The Second Circuit’s double standard allowing Sheldon Silver to avoid jail

June 19, 2019- by Steven E. Greer Given the fact that the Mueller special prosecutors were really corrupt agents of a coup d’état,

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The BPCA PILOT fees are unconstitutional taxation without representation

Update December 20, 2017- Governor Cuomo finally, reluctantly, signed the bill to supposedly

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Essay: Is Nike using students for free marketing of their swoosh?

Update November 30, 2019- The case of (Spielman v IMG College LLC, et al 17-cv-00612) might have fizzled

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Essay: How Google accidentally invented surveillance capitalism

March 24, 2019- by Steven E. Greer I read a few more pages of Surveillance Capitalism (it will be a tough slog to finish this). As most people

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New report: Artificial turf fields have unsafe levels of lead

March 16, 2015- USA Today is reporting about a new government study that reviewed the

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Without community input, BPCA allows radiation beaming cell tower to go up

Update October 31, 2017- Downtown Express reports that parents are upset over a cell tower installed

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Save the Date: January 20, 2020: Oral Arguments in Greer v Mehiel 19-325 2d Cir.

October 31, 2019- Save the date. History will be made on January 20th, 2020 in the Second

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NYEDC President, a holdover from Bloomberg era, enables helicopter noisemakers

Update April 29, 2014- For the story below, we asked State Senator Squadron for a comment, and they ignore us. Therefore, we asked them in person at the Cb1 meeting tonight. I asked, “what happened to the planned event for … Continue reading

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Earning $500,000 salaries, executives of 9/11 Memorial are charging $24 admission and still losing money

Update December 10, 2017- The Post reports that the museum is losing money because

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Convicted murderer hired by ferry boat company to sell bogus tickets arrested for shooting in The Battery

Update September 12, 2019- This Democrat voter-base poster child is now a convicted felon

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Downtown Connection Bus to skip stops along The Battery to dodge violent felons

Update June 2, 2019- For the second year, the bus is forced to skip stops anywhere near the Battery

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How the MTA can save $10 Billion

September 7, 2019- The NY Post has a rare bit of journalism. It details the different ways that

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West Side Highway speed limit lowered to 30 mph

October 11, 2019- The West Side Highway speed limit has been lowered to 30 from 35-mph.

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Get to know your rights granted by The Constitution

May 30, 2016- by pro se litigant Steven E. Greer, MD Now that I am a federal plaintiff and pro se litigator, with a viable case asserting my First Amendment rights,

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