The man who will never be mayor could decide who the next one will be
The day after the election, the Times ran a comparative chart of the personal preferences of the outgoing and incoming governors. Asked how he relaxed at the Governor's Mansion in Albany, David Paterson said: "Reading in the family room." A few days earlier, Joe Fisch, the state's in ... More >>
Tim Kaine, the chair of the Democratic National Committee, has no problem with Al Sharpton's refusal to endorse Andrew Cuomo for governor. Derrick Plummer, a DNC spokesman, e-mailed the Voice, calling Sharpton "a trusted voice on issues of importance to millions of Americans." Plummer s ... More >>
Can I start with the final straw and work my way backwards? While I was away on vacation last week, Al Sharpton, one of the worst tax scofflaws in New York, endorsed Eric Schneiderman for the state's top law enforcement office. No big deal. Any one of the four other Democrats running for att ... More >>
This news should calm down angry AndyAndrew Cuomo got some great news yesterday with the announcement that Suffolk County executive Steve Levy may run for governor. Cuomo's onetime sidekick and running-mate Charlie King rushed to the op-ed op-ed pages of the New York Post to declare how gre ... More >>
Al Sharpton's rush to issue a statement this week denouncing Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney's use of the n-word in a magazine interview has once again made him a potential kingmaker. Thanks to Sharpton, Maloney may not stay in the 2010 senate race, making things easier for incumbent Kirsten Gillib ... More >>
The last thing I want to do is get into a fight with sweet Rachel Noerdlinger, the spokeswoman for sour Al Sharpton. It's not her fault that the Rev refused to answer my questions about his bizarre bonding with Designated Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, but had Noerdlinger issue a mocking written res ... More >>
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Machiavellian minister wins DNC subsidies and plots mayoral moves
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TV's Democratic minister of 'moral values' takes a hypocritical plunge
The man who stopped Miami recount makes gaming millions
Reverend Al Dumps Jesse's Best for Bush's Buddy
A Bush Covert Operative Takes Over Al Sharpton's Campaign
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Music Revolution or a King on the Loose?
Russell Simmons's 'Racial Contract' With Andrew Cuomo
Probing Greens Shaky Rapprochement With the Ferrer Camp
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Mayoral Hopeful Will Receive Official Nod Before Labor Day
Brooklyn Machine Wants One of Its Own Atop the New Council
A Black-Jewish Alliance Stirs Up Racial Fears in Battle for Crown Heights Seat
How Abner Louima's Former Attorney Can Make or Break A Black-Latino Coalition
McCall Crowns Ferrer, but Sharpton, Rivera, Rangel Skip the Coronation
The Last Will of Minister Khallid Abdul Muhammad
Scapegoating Sean Combs to Get Back at Johnnie Cochran
Are Civil Rights Leaders Frontin for Hip Hop Gangstas?
Activists, Wary of Bush, Say Black Federal Prosecutor Helped Give NYPD a Reprieve
Tales From the Trail About Green, Zogby, Powers, and Zuckerman
Jesse JacksonAl Sharpton Beef Over Burger King Boycott
Are Blacks Like Colin Powell Asking African Americans to Sell Out?
Al Sharpton Privately Accused Robert Johnson of... "Throwing the Diallo Case"
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Black activists will confront killer diseases at upcoming AIDS forum in Harlem
Nine years ago, a forbidden interracial love affair in an east Texas town ended with a hanging. Was it suicide or a perfect lynching?
The racial politics of reconciliation in New York
Black Activists Say O. J. Simpson's Lawyer Is on a Quest To Hijack the New York Civil rights Movement