For the next month, pedestrians walking through New York City’s five boroughs will see flashing road signs warning those walking by of the alleged dangers of man-made global warming.
“Climate denial kills,” “Abolish Coal-Onialism,” “50,000,000 Climate Refugees” and “End climate injustice” are just some of the warnings passersby will see as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s effort to sound the alarm on global warming.
De Blasio practically took a page out of Rodney Dangerfield’s playbook when in a November 15, 2014 email titled “Familiarity breeds contempt”, the mayor griped that a column piece he wrote got rejected by The New York Times.
Dozens of wealthy residents packed into a community meeting to voice their anger over the decision to move 150 homeless men into the former Park Savoy Hotel, NY1 reports. The residents are concerned that the move will increase crime and decrease property values in their neighborhood on “billionaires row.”
It’s one thing to side with the enemy, it’s quite another when you employ the full force of government to persecute and silence your enemies. De Blasio stood with the Sandanistas, “Palestinians” and Castro’s Cuba. He’s a corrupt communist, he knows no other way.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito can’t say enough good things about FALN thug Oscar Lopéz Rivera.
Close your eyes and imagine the following scene. It’s 2057. Boston’s mayor steps before a crowd of reporters and says how excited she is about the Patriots’ playoff run. She’s asked her opinions on national political developments. She makes a statement about a nor’easter bearing down on New England. Then, the big one: “Anything to say about the president’s decision to commute the sentence of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?”
Marchers carry a banner reading ‘St. Pat’s for All’ on Sunday in the snowy weather
Mayor Bill de Blasio attended a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-friendly St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday, and told participants that a society for all is one that embraces and respects everyone.
The St. Pat’s for All parade stepped off in Queens under a heavy snowfall. It was held as an alternative to the city’s centuries-old St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan, which for years has excluded gay groups and this year is scheduled for March 17.
De Blasio, a Democrat, refused to march in last year’s Manhattan parade because it wasn’t fully inclusive, and Guinness beer dropped its sponsorship. Organizers said last year, though, that they would welcome one gay contingent under its own banner this year.
The Atlantic’s Coates is under the impression that he’s a smart, insightful guy. He’s sorely mistaken. See, according to him, much-maligned NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio isn’t being judged on his merits (or lack thereof), but rather on his son’s racial identity:
Worth noting that by having to parent a black child..DeBlasio is being treated like a black parent. http://t.co/8UPVnhHrzm
Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered city lawyers to stay silent about a groundbreaking lawsuit to keep bootleg cigarettes out of the Big Apple — because it came as Hizzoner was downplaying the illegal cigarette sales that led to the ill-fated police arrest of Eric Garner, The Post has learned.
The city Law Department drafted the civil racketeering suit the same week that a Staten Island grand jury did not indict NYPD cop Daniel Pantaleo in Garner’s chokehold death, and it was quietly filed in Brooklyn federal court on Dec. 9.
The Law Department drafted a press release boasting that the suit “is the first of its kind brought by the city against an out-of-state entity for supplying cigarette traffickers,” sources said.
But City Hall suppressed the news, ordering the Law Department not to put out the release, according to the sources.
The move kept de Blasio from looking like a hypocrite for cracking down on illegal tobacco sales at the same time he was minimizing Garner’s criminal activity, which led to his deadly July 17 arrest…
“You can’t have the mayor blabbing away that selling loosies is a ‘minor offense,’ but then have the Law Department, which represents and protects the city and the mayor’s interests, file this suit,” the official said. “It reeks of duplicity”…
Rachel Noerdlinger (left), chief of staff of the first lady of New York City, has been living with convicted killer Hassaun McFarlan (right) since 2010
Noerdlinger and her 17-year-old son Khari
A top aide to Bill de Blasio’s wife who lives with her convicted killer boyfriend is taking a leave of absence after her son was arrested for trespassing.
Rachel Noerdlinger, 44, is the chief of staff to the New York Mayor’s First Lady Chirlane McCray.
On Monday she announced she would be taking a leave of absence after her 17-year-old son Khari was arrested for allegedly trespassing in a building which is known as a drug hot spot in Washington Heights, Manhattan, at the weekend.
He was apprehended with three friends, two of which had small amounts of marijuana on them, law enforcement sources said.
The leave from her $170,000 a year role is unpaid, according to a City Hall source, reports the New York Post. It wasn’t immediately clear when or if Noerdlinger would return.