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  1. Letter: No one listened to the messageRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    While we should certainly be concerned about the incident involving the lone pilot of the gyrocopter that landed on the grounds of the Capitol, why are the media paying almost no heed to the message the pilot tried to convey in the first place - excess of money in politics? Naturally, we are concerned over the ease of piloting a small craft, literally and figuratively, under the radar all the way from Gettysburg and the implication surrounding that issue, but we should be cognizant of the message he wished to convey in his misguided attempt to bring it to the public's attention.  The Citizens United ruling by the Supreme Court was a bad decision for those of us in the middle class.


  2. Nicholas Kristof: Beyond the education...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Armies of college graduates joined Teach for America. Zillionaires invested in charter schools.


  3. Big Apple's small trashRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Pocono Record

    New York City faces a steep challenge to reach its goal of reducing waste by 90 percent by 2030. But in an age of nearly prodigal waste, that goal is a worthy one, deserving of emulation by smaller communities everywhere.


  4. All new Renzo Piano-designed Whitney Museum of American Art reopens in New YorkRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Art Daily

    Four years after breaking ground, New York's much-loved Whitney Museum of American Art reopens next Friday in a futuristic $422 million premises built by Italian architect Renzo Piano. The celebrated museum of modern and contemporary American art has turned its back on the bourgeois satisfaction of the Upper East Side to move down town to the achingly cool Meatpacking District.


  5. They are coming, but will you build it?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Economist

    EVERY borough of New York City is growing. The city's population has risen 4% to 8.5m since 2010, and is expected to reach 9m by 2030.


  6. The French ambassadora s residence reigns and rocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Washington Post

    The 1910 Tudor Revival residence in the Northwest Washington neighborhood of Kalorama- which reopened in February after a two-year, $4.5 million renovation - is ready for its close-up. Right after the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner , the embassy residence is to be the setting for the lavish party thrown by Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair , and Michael Bloomberg .


  7. The South Bronx Fights Air Pollution in "Asthma Alley"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mgyerman.com

    Parents want the best for their children. Lois Gibbs said of her fight to clean up the poisonous dumpsite of Love Canal, "The government wouldn't help me, so I decided to do it myself."


  8. Beware Kate Brown-style finance reform: Letters to the EditorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | OregonLive.com

    Kate Brown's partisanship: We have reached a precarious, albeit expensive balance in our elections. The amount spent by both major parties is fairly equal.


  9. DIARY: American BeautyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Artforum Intl.

    IT'S UP. IT'S AMAZING. And it's never coming down. So said its architect at an exclusive, black-tie dinner this past Monday night, when Whitney Museum director Adam Weinberg "delivered" Renzo Piano 's new, 28,000-ton baby to the people who paid $422 million for it.


  10. On Native GroundWE are All Scott OlsenRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2011 | American Reporter

    Now we've entered the stage of the Occupy Wall Street movement where things are starting to get dangerous for the brave American who insists upon exercising his or her First Amendment right to peaceably assemble to seek social change. We've seen mass arrests and the forcible dismantling of encampments in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, and other cities around the country.


  11. Michael Bloomberg organization to pump $42M into 100 citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Washington Times

    Bloomberg Philanthropies issued a statement this week vowing to help mayors and local leaders "use data and evidence to engage the public, make government more effective and improve people's lives." "We'll help them build on their progress, and help even more cities take steps to put data to work," Mr. Bloomberg said.


  12. Mike Bloomberg is dropping $42 million on 100 US citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has a plan to improve 100 cities across the US, and he's dropping $42 million to see it happen. The multibillionaire will use his charitable organization, Bloomberg Philanthropies, to fund a program that helps municipal governments around the country use data to do their jobs better, according to a press release .


  13. De Blasio shows 'One New York' plan for poverty, air, subwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | New York Daily News

    Mayor de Blasio unveiled his ambitious 332-page "One New York" plan Wednesday - timed to coincide with Earth Day - linking environmental improvements and efforts to reduce the city's growing income inequality. It's a grand vision for the city's future that includes an assault on poverty, mountain-fresh air and a gleaming new subway line - but it's unclear who will pay for the rosy urban utopia.


  14. NYC mayor unveils sweeping environmental plan on Earth DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Mayor de Blasio is linking an effort to limit New York City's impact on the environment to the fight against income inequality. The Democrat unveiled his sweeping OneNYC plan Wednesday, Earth Day.


  15. NYC aims to cut waste by 90 percent by 2030Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The nation's biggest city, in a far-reaching effort to limit its impact on the environment, is set to mark Earth Day by announcing the ambitious goal of reducing its waste output by 90 percent by 2030. The Zero Waste plan, which includes an overhaul of the city's recycling program, incentives to reduce waste and tacit support for the City Council's plan to dramatically reduce the use of plastic shopping bags, will be announced by Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday.


  16. Bill de Blasio Calls for the End of Garbage by 2030Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The New York Observer

    Mayor Bill de Blasio announces the release of "One New York: The Plan for a Strong and Just City" in the Bronx. Garbage bags piled up on city sidewalks can feel as much a part of the scenery as the dirty water dog vendor or the newspaper hawker.


  17. Proposed city law would let non-citizens voteRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Sonoran News

    WASHINGTON, DC Liberal politicians in New York City want to give immigrants who are not yet citizens the right to vote.


  18. Poll: Mass. governor gets good grades for first 100 daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | USA Today

    The weather may have been frightful for Massachusetts this past winter, but it didn't scare Gov. Charlie Baker in his first 100 days in office. Baker is enjoying sky-high ratings in a Suffolk University poll released Wednesday, in part because of his handling of the record snowfall that besieged his state.


  19. De Blasio Offers Earth Day Plan to Reduce Carbon Gas, PovertyRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Washington Post

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio offered a comprehensive Earth Day vision of the future in which 800,000 residents are lifted from poverty and recycled waste ends the need to use costly landfills. The mayor of the biggest U.S. city also expanded one of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's signature programs, vowing to cut emissions of climate-changing carbon gases 80 percent by 2050, up from the previous administration's aim of 30 percent by 2030.


  20. Bloomberg and Hollywood: A Love StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | AmmoLand

    Billy Johnson, former National Rifle Association News Commentator and pro-liberty advocate wants to remind responsible gun owners that the next time they purchase a movie ticket, they may be supporting anti-gun groups. In a series of newly leaked emails from wikileaks, John Feinblatt, head of "Everytown for Gun Safety," a Michael Bloomberg anti-gun group, and Michael Lynton, the CEO of Sony Entertainment demonstrate their intentions to manipulate the national conversation regarding our 2nd Amendment and their agenda towards national gun control.