Ex New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani defended de Blasio for shutting down the subways in preparation for the blizzard.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani said: "Never criticize someone for over-preparing"
Mr. Noun-a-Verb-and-Nine-Eleven's got it all figured out. Mittens would have beaten that terrorist lovin' Kenyan usurper had it not been for that rotten Candy Crowley getting in the way and destroying his presidential aspirations during...Show More Summary
Rudy Giuliani is the latest Republican to knock another potential Mitt Romney campaign.
Try not to get scalded by this sizzling take
From the January 15 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: Previously: Conservative Media Figures Object To "Stupid" Third Romney Run Romney Gets Lost In Fox News Benghazi Bubble Ingraham: Romney Could Have Won By Pushing His Self-Deportation Immigration Stance Harder
In reaction to the slaughter by Islamic extremists of the staff of the Parisian magazine Charlie Hebdo, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani...
When President Barack Obama made his initial comments about the shooting at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's offices Wednesday morning, the three suspects had not yet been identified. The president referred to the event as a...Show More Summary
From the January 8 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: Previously: On Fox, Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani: "You Don't Need Probable Cause To Put A Police Officer In A Church, A Mosque, A Temple" How Conservatives Exploited The Charlie Hebdo Terror Attack In Paris Fox's Bolling Calls For More Improper Racial Profiling By NYPD Following Paris Attack
From the January 7 edition of Fox News' Hannity: Previously: Fox's Bolling Calls For More Improper Racial Profiling By NYPD Following Paris Attack On Fox, Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani: "You Don't Need Probable Cause To Put A Police Officer In A Church, A Mosque, A Temple" After Paris Attack, Fox Anchor Suggests Skin Color Can Help Identify "Typical Bad Guys"
From the January 7 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: WSJ Op-Ed Pushes Controversial NYPD Surveillance Of American Muslims Right-Wing Media: End Of Muslim Spying A "Green Light To Islamic Jihad"
It has always been commonplace to label people as "race baiters" or "race hustlers" when they gain national attention by speaking out against racial discrimination and shed light on structural racism across the United States. Recently,...Show More Summary
New Year's resolutions for some of New York's most famous people.
The very different way in which we discuss the deaths of officers and civilians reflects real political motivations
Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday suggested that President Barack Obama had fueled racial tension in the country, and that New York City Mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg had “saved” more African-American lives than anyone by ordering the police...
It looks like the Sunday talk show Gods gave Rudy Giuliani the weekend off, but they did deem it fit to have convicted felon and 9/11 profiteer scumbag Bernard Kerik for another round of his unfettered opinions. What motives could he have to lie, right? Thanks Silly Rabbit: Morning lineup: Meet The Press: Sen. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) The Washington Post found Rudy Giuliani guilty of telling a whopper when he stated recently: “We’ve had four months of propaganda, starting with the president, that everybody should hate the police.” On Face the Nation...Show More Summary
For the second week in a row former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani was making a fool of himself on national television in an attempt to capitalize politically off the tragedy in Brooklyn. It only reinforces the notion that Rudy is not Ready and we are not Ready for Rudy. Gandhi preached that "an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind". Show More Summary
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has spoken up in defense of Bill de Blasio, the current occupant of the mayor's office, who has been the subject of an extraordinarily hostile campaign by members of the New York Police Department,...Show More Summary
Brooklyn: The myth that mayors Rudy Giuliani and Mike Bloomberg supported the police is absurd.