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The Post makes an argument on contribution limits

So, I cannot and should not make a habit of responding to everything the New York Post writes about NYC’s public campaign financing system. I work with the good people who administer the system, and I believe that the program … Continue reading

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Surprise!

Tom McGeveran of Capital NY writes a how-he-got-that-story piece on the Mitt-the-Barber episode, conversing with his former colleague Jason Horowitz (now of the Washington Post). Tom’s diagnosis: good reporting. I don’t disagree. As Horowitz notes: “I don’t have the luxury of … Continue reading

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They Just Don’t Make Big Announcements Like They Used To

These are silly times. I will always have a warm fuzzy feeling remembering 2008. That was the kind of presidential campaign you can tell your grandchildren about. There are some of us for whom presidential politics serves as major league sport … Continue reading

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Stolen moments and Twitter doubles

Damn it… I’ve been really neglectful of this space. Turns out that my infant child– whose life in weeks is still in the single digits–is able to command my complete attention whenever she is within earshot. Yes, it is a … Continue reading

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