As issues that arose following revelations of the NYPD's zealous surveillance of Muslims throughout the Northeast are still far from being resolved, the New York Post published a cartoon by Sean Delonas depicting those Muslims that see these actions as an invasion of privacy as bomb-making terrorist ... More >>
Reports today surfaced from Gawker that the New York Post is having some staffing issues. And by "staffing issues" we mean "are losing high-profile reporters due to the crumbling civility of the volatile Post management and competing offers." The report included big Post names like Page Six g ... More >>
Congressman Charlie Rangel's bitter jest at the NYPD -- that considering the recent slaying of black officer Omar Edwards by a white colleague, President Obama should make sure when he comes to New York to carry ID -- continues to steam the milk of the New York Post. "He again stuck his foot squarel ... More >>
This weekend, Congressman Charlie Rangel was asked what President Obama should do while in town (the President and his wife went to Joe Turner's Come and Gone and restuarant Blue Hill). Rangel replied, "Make certain he doesn't run around in East Harlem without identification."
It was a mordant jes ... More >>
The teenage Somali pirate wept in court yesterday as he was arraigned for the Maersk Alabama case. As he is five foot two and emaciated, he presented a pathetic spectacle, which did not prevent Andrea Peyser from judging him harshly: While admitting Abduwali Abdukhadir Muse "looked more like an urch ... More >>
The odd-ball marriage of Al Sharpton and schools chancellor Joel Klein -- who have been teaming up to tout their version of education reforms since last summer-- resulted in a sweet $500,000 wedding gift for Sharpton's National Action Network, reports the Daily News' indefatigable Juan Gonzalez this ... More >>
Not that he needs any help from us spreading the word, but anyone who long ago foreswore the New York Post at a newsstand or in cyberspace because of its many outrages, might be interested to take a gander at Rupert Murdoch's apology in today's paper for last week's wretched monkey cartoon:"Last wee ... More >>
HARKAVY now blogging at The Smart AssetAnd now, your Sunday New York headlines...N.A.A.C.P. calls for firing of Post editor Col Allan and cartoonist Sean Delonas over chimp cartoon.Lupica: NY no longer home to sport's biggest heroes. Now we've got the biggest pinheads.Mobster serving '55 million yea ... More >>
The Post on the subtle genius of Sean Delonas: It was only Post-haters who didn't like the very funny cartoon about homicidal chimpanzees who write legislation.NYU students protesting for more time to figure out what they're protesting.Sue
the Times, get to write an editorial: lawyers for lobbyist s ... More >>
The New York Post runs a small editorial this morning about Sean Delonas' ape-stimulus cartoon, which ran in the paper earlier this week and which some have characterized as a racist swipe at Barack Obama. In some quarters the editorial is called an "apology," but it's way too pugnacious for that. " ... More >>
HARKAVY is now blogging at The Smart AssetYour headlines for Friday, February 20...The Post on the subtle genius of Sean Delonas: It was only Post-haters who didn't like the very funny cartoon about homicidal chimpanzees who write legislation.The Post puts Rihanna abuse photo on front page, The Dail ... More >>
People are still mad about Post cartoonist Sean Delonas' comparison of the recently slaughtered Travis the Chimp to someone connected to the stimulus bill who may or may not be Barack Obama. Al Sharpton has called for a boycott, picketers have appeared at the Post HQ, etc.
Rightbloggers have struck ... More >>
In more Travis-the-killer-chimp-related news, today's Post runs a Sean Delonas cartoon of a chimp shot by cops, one of whom says, "They're have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." Get it? Reverend Al Sharpton thinks he does: he calls it "troubling at best given the historic racist ... More >>