2018-08-06T10:24:23+00:00 Vol. 3, Issue No. 30|
Updated: 08/06/18


New York Times

Port Agency Tells Store to Drop 9/11 Items

This item establishes how delusional Port Authority officials can be. The reason that there is a giant obelisk in Lower Manhattan, instead of the incomparable landmark that belongs there, is that the Port Authority thinks that they owned the Twin Towers. This story is fresh proof that the people owned the Twin Towers. So now, they are going after businesses that keep the Twin Towers’ memory alive because that keeps alive the recognition that they failed to “make the skyline whole” as Mayor Giuliani promised. They failed to do their duty, they kowtowed to their governors, they cheated the people of their heritage, and they misappropriated billions of public dollars. No wonder they are behaving as if they are bonkers.

New York Post

Durst under pressure, could lose share if 1 WTC sales don’t spike

The Record

Opinion: Here’s how we can fix the Port Authority


Port Authority should follow these steps to reform: Opinion

New York Post

New York’s $4B shrine to government waste and idiocy

Bloomberg Businessweek (AP)

NYC’s aging bus terminal to get patchwork fixes

New York Post

Scandal hobbles Cuomo chances of running for president