Benjamin Parker’s “ Bill de Blasio’s Progressive War on Uber” (op-ed, Aug. 4) mischaracterizes the mayor’s position on Uber and the taxi industry. Mr. de Blasio, far from being at war with Uber, has totally jettisoned his progressive values by caving in to the tech giant’s pressure.
Two anonymous donors support 59-year-old nonprofit by encouraging others to donate; will match all donations dollar for dollar.
He’s a high-powered, hard-charging attorney and lobbyist, media commentator, champion for the underdog — and quite the clotheshorse. He’s also the first to say he’s not a nice guy, which is, of course, simply a deflection device that thereby proves he, in fact, is.
Catch Brad Gerstman on RNN TV tonight at 6:00PM: The de Blasio pile-on continues, congress shutdown looms and new calls for Joe Biden to run for president.
Public Relations Professionals of Long Island, in Hicksville, has new board members and officers
After passing in the Senate and Assembly, the New York Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) was signed into law
Through tremendous effort and outreach, the New York City Council comes thru with much-needed funds....