more by Alan Bedenko
The Republican Chairman of the Erie County Legislature, John Mills, impels me to post this question. The word, “bribery” and “bribe” has come up recently in two instances; the first involving Governor Cuomo’s body man, Joe Percoco, and the second where Mr.
Nine people were arrested across upstate and western New York, indicted for allegations of bribery and bid-rigging in connection with Governor Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion initiative.
Last weekend, a New Jersey man planted myriad bombs throughout the tri-state area, intending to kill innocent passers-by. A couple of the bombs went off, and although no one was killed, dozens were injured on 23rd between 6th and 7th.
The defeat of Mazurek, Flaherty, and Coppola don’t just mean triumph for Wallace, Flynn, and Small. Erie County Democratic Committee Chairman Jeremy Zellner and his party apparatus were also big winners last night.
Ken Block is a drifting, rally-racing daredevil. Each video from his Gymkhana series routinely earn tens of millions of views on YouTube, each.
Tomorrow — Tuesday September 13th — is primary day. If you’re a Democrat in the 143rd Assembly District, it is your responsibility to vote for endorsed candidate Monica Wallace. Why?
Amber Small is winning the Democratic primary in the 60th Senate District, so the state Republican committee is now in league with Small’s opponent, perennial candidate Al Coppola, to destroy her reputation with outright lies through direct mail and
A century ago, Irish, Italian, and Polish immigrants weren’t considered white or American, as they are today.
This isn’t about Democratic factionalism anymore. Every responsible candidate with a (D) after her name wants nothing to do with Steve Pigeon and his ragtag band of upturned palmed ne’er-do-wells.