At this point, there are only a few holdouts left on the sidelines, as most of the bigwigs (and some decidedly "smallwigs") have made their intentions known.
One can only wonder how much Rudy Giuliani is collecting to intervene in Peruvian politics and where that money came from.
Because I'm trying to include simply everybody, this will necessarily have to be a very wide (and not very deep) look at all the possible candidates.
Big banks and credit card companies have made a PR misstep in the fight over debit card charges. They're trying to use the Bush administration's anti-terror team to convince Americans that debit card fees are needed for our nation's security.
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The most important line in President Obama's Libya speech, missed by most analysts, was this: "With the time and space that we have provided for the ...
The latest gentleman in Regan's crosshairs is Roger Ailes, who is chairman of Murdoch's Fox News Channel and supposedly Giuliani's close friend.
While the Supreme Being will make the final call on this one, it's not looking good for the New York governor (and perhaps his girlfriend) if a conservative professor at a Catholic seminary in Detroit is correct.
In Christine Quinn we can see leadership and values reflecting the cosmopolitan and diverse mosaic that is the Big Apple. The time is right for her and New York is ready for a woman in the top post.
There are lots of different reasons why couples call it quits but no matter how or why, all divorced people have one thing in common -- being asked, "So, why did you get divorced?"
New York City's success in dealing with crime has not been matched by progress in education.
With 2010 elections now well behind us, jockeying for the Republican nomination for president begins in earnest.
Rudy vs. The Donald would be a tabloid dream. Until the mainstream media take them more seriously, let me be the first to help handicap this possible titanic contest.
Even if the former mayor of New York was as fine a leader on September 11 as he imagines he was, it's been a decade. If he has another act in him, we'd have seen a hint.
Those who would censor obnoxious commentary, are blinded by good intentions. Speech restrictions are no less oppressive when imposed to promote civility. It's just one form of bullying used to combat another.