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The “Democrat” No One Needs

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On February 25, 2020
Christ, what an asshole: During a private event hosted by Goldman Sachs in June 2016, former New York City Mayor and now-2020 candidate Michael Bloomberg made a number of damning remarks about his relationship with the banking industry, the merits of a president extending bribes to powerful people in the form of gifts and his […]

Can’t Buy Me Love

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On February 23, 2020

Mike Bloomberg can buy himself campaign workers, but he can’t buy them actually wanting to work for him. The Bloomberg 2020 operation is hiring more than 500 people at a rate of $2,500 a month t

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Michael Bloomberg won’t run for president after all. There is all of 1 person sad about this fact. His name is Michael Bloomberg. Yet the New York Times is there with an appropriately fawning story about that decision. Turns out that him not running “brings a new measure of clarity” to the presidential race. Oh, […]

Bloomberg

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On February 10, 2013

I’m not sure that giant giveaways of the playgrounds of public housing units to wealthy developers in order to build luxury housing is the best way to change New York City. Unless you are Michae

Anti-Union Hack of the Day

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On January 8, 2013
Michael Bloomberg for a) comparing teachers unions to the NRA and b) fabricating the idea that like the NRA, members of teachers unions don’t agree with the leadership. I’m sure that for a billionaire like Bloomberg, Randi Weingarten and her American Federation of Teachers are just as evil as Wayne LaPierre’s agenda of accepting an […]

1984 circa 2012

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On September 16, 2012

Is Michael Bloomberg starring in a new version of 1984 on Broadway? If so, this would be a good poster for the play. What, you mean this is a serious poster meant to intimidate the people of New York.

Bloomberg’s Term Limit Extension

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On October 27, 2008
Mr. Trend doesn’t like the New York City Council’s decision to permit Michael Bloomberg to run for a third term. I’m not really persuaded by the arguments against, however. A couple points: Term limits (especially term limits this short) seem, for the reasons Dana cites, highly unlikely to have progressive implications over the long term. […]
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