“The reason I made a very conscious decision to become a prosecutor is because I am the child of people who, like those today, were marching and shouting on the streets for justice,” she said in the recent interview. “When I made the decision to become a prosecutor, it was a very conscious decision. And […]
Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. As New Yorkers continue to practice social distancing to mitigate the coronavirus, the state’s elected Democrats are politically distancing from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as they work to craft coronavirus relief. And there are a number of reasons for that, according to […]
(Tea Party PAC) – New York City has been the hardest hit place in the country when it comes to the spread of the coronavirus. This really shouldn’t be too surprising considering they are the most populated metropolitan area in the country with over 8 million residents but also because they are being run into […]
VAN NUYS, Calif. — She strolled slowly through the neighborhood, a down-to-earth sprawl of sun-blasted ranch houses, and Sandra Lee was in her element. In contrast to her high-gloss public persona, Ms. Lee wore a simple, loose-fitting dress, no makeup, the only thing adorning her face a pair of oversized sunglasses. Still, she could not […]
Traffic is snarled as about 3,000 delegates stream into Beijing, the capital. Security checks blanket the city. Every detail of the event is carefully crafted, down to how uniformed waiters serve tea to China’s leaders seated on a stage. “When decisions lead to policy failure, not only should the course be corrected, those responsible must […]
As a part of King Andy’s agenda-soaked budget, the plastic bag ban comes with an “optional” 5-cent tax on paper bags, and you can bet your buffalo wings NYC is gonna take him up on it. This content was originally published here.
From his involvement in the Camden School Board to shedding a light on Africa during Apartheid, George Atkins used his skill of making T-shirts to inform members of his community about current political issues. After making T-shirts for his family reunion, his niece gave him the idea of making shirts for political issues he cared […]
On Monday, The New York Times announced that it would no longer publish daily political cartoons in its international edition Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chappatte has expressed his sadness and concern at The New York Times’ decision to end political cartoons in its international edition. He was a regular contributor for years. “I’m putting down my pen, […]