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You don’t believe liberals want to take your guns?

In my email today from the NRA is an article those of you who scoff at the idea that liberals want to confiscate our guns may find enlightening: Back when Mark Glaze was executive director of Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns, and later Everytown for Gun Safety, he went to great lengths to portray […]

State Investigator Concluded Bloomberg Mayor Ed Murray Sexually Abused Foster Son

Murray is the latest in a long list of Bloomberg mayors accused over the years of crimes that have resulted in numerous convictions. This post State Investigator Concluded Bloomberg Mayor Ed Murray Sexually Abused Foster Son appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Paris Accord US Commitment Still Alive

Two outspoken supporters of the Paris Accord, California Governor Jerry Brown and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, announced this week that they will launch a new initiative to help drive down greenhouse gas emissions across the U.S. and keep the U.S. on track to meet its voluntary commitment to the Paris Accord.

The governor of California and Michael Bloomberg launched a new plan to fight climate change — with or without Trump

Two of the nation's foremost environmental leaders just launched a new plan for the US to fight climate change — with or without the federal government. Governor Jerry Brown of California and former mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg...Show More Summary

Mayoral Control Is a Lose-Lose

I've opposed mayoral control since its inception, originally because it went to uber-reformy Michael Bloomberg. During his seemingly endless tenure, I learned more about it. I think Diane Ravitch wrote in Death and Life of the Great American School System that it was a reformy tool designed to bypass democracy. Show More Summary

Reverend Al and His Pals Support Mayoral Control

You can stop holding your breath. Al Sharpton has finally weighed in on the mayoral control issue, and he strongly supports it. You won't be surprised that some of his friends support it too. Mike Bloomberg was a big fan, and Arne Duncan has also supported it. Show More Summary

Michael Bloomberg’s $200 Million Gift to Cities Won’t Solve Their Big Problems. Could It Solve Some Small Ones?

The U.S. Conference of Mayors is meeting this week in Miami Beach, a perfect locale for a group that, following President Trump’s withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Agreement, sees itself as the heir to America’s global leadership on climate change. And then some: U.S. Show More Summary

Michael Bloomberg Offers $200 Million To U.S. Mayors With Proposals That Evade Trump Policies

Michael Bloomberg is giving away $200 million to help local governments pursue proposals that empower them and circumvent Donald Trump and his controversial policies. The proposals can also tackle relevant issues that have been so far...Show More Summary

NYC’s Poster Boy for ‘Stop and Frisk’ Gets a Second Chance

4 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Darryl Craig was arrested with a gun at 14, set free, and then convicted of attempted murder. Mayor Bloomberg made him out to be a monster. A judge sees it differently.

Bloomberg to launch $17M contest for US cities

Eager to help local leaders bypass Washington, New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg's foundation is putting up more than $17 million for a new contest that encourages the nation's mayors to … Click to Continue »

Bloomberg’s Next Anti-Washington Move: $200 Million Program for Mayors

4 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Michael R. Bloomberg will announce an initiative to give funds to large cities as an extension of his advocacy for largely liberal policies.

Bloomberg Will Spend $200 Million to Boost Mayors

Michael Bloomberg “will throw his financial might into helping beleaguered American mayors, creating a $200 million philanthropic program aimed at backing inventive policies at the city level and giving mayors a stronger hand in national politics,” the New York Times [...]

CNN's Anderson Cooper Fails to Ask Bloomberg About $80 Million Spent Against Coal

Anderson Cooper wore his bias on his sleeve in a Tuesday night interview with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Cooper brought Bloomberg on his show June 20, to discuss his new coal documentary and failed to challenge him about the millions...Show More Summary

Bloomberg Urges Americans To Stop Resisting Trump And Focus On 2020 Election Instead

last monthNews : Huffington Post

Michael Bloomberg may have said some disparaging things about Donald Trump before he was elected president, but the former New York City mayor appears to have softened his approach now that Trump is in the White House. During an appearance...Show More Summary

Michael Bloomberg says that Jon Ossoff's loss shows that 'all the money in the world' can't buy an election

Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg weighed in on Democrat Jon Ossoff's loss in the special election for Georgia's 6th district during an appearance on The View on Wednesday. "You've got to be careful about reading too much into this election," Bloomberg said. Show More Summary

Mike Bloomberg: Ossoff Loss Proves Money ‘Can’t Buy an Election’

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

And this coming from the man who spent more than $100 million of his own money to win a third term as New York City mayor.

Mayor Bloomberg: Democrats Will Lose In 2020 Because "Party Is Going To Be Torn Apart"

Last night, in CNN and Anderson Cooper's effort to desperately avoid discussing the Democratic debacle unfolding in Georgia, Cooper decided to pivot his discussion with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to focus on the 2020 election cycle. Show More Summary

Peek inside Bloombergs sustainable new headquarters in London

Former Mayor of New York City Michael R. Bloomberg’s eponymous company is moving into the heart of London with the help of Foster + Partners. The renowned British architecture firm designed the new 3.2-acre Bloomberg site with approximately 500,000 square feet of sustainable office space illuminated with natural light and naturally ventilated with a large living green wall. [...]

How Citi Bike Started A Transportation – And Advertising – Revolution

Bike sharing in New York City was a tough sell, until it became an advertising platform. On a humid August afternoon in 2011, a small group of government executives gathered around the desk of Mayor Michael Bloomberg to seek his approval for New York’s first bike-share program. Read Full Story

In showdown over mayoral control,? de Blasio wise to call enemies' bluff

Remember when elected officials and candidates routinely called for government to be run more like a business? Fifteen years ago then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg took that to heart, persuading Albany to... To view the full story, click the title link.

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