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The source behind the New York Post’s dubious Hunter Biden story is hitting Twitter...

...to defamation loses. Here’s the report: John Paul Mac Isaac, the laptop repairman behind the New York Post’s dubious exposé on Hunter Biden, sued Twitter on Monday alleging defamation. Isaac...

Anti-Amazon protesters are now campaigning in Virginia

In a New York Post article today, Yaron Steinbuch, reports on the status of Amazon’s bid to build a second headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. Though some 68% of Virginians approve...

Nancy Pelosi privately opposes repeal of SALT deduction cap

Out of the New York Post, Lydia Moynihan, writes on the political intentions of Nancy Pelosi upon her dealings with the SALT tax. It seems the professional politician is saying...

California mulls electric-car requirement for ride shares

In the New York Post today, Nicholas Vega, reports on a new press from the Los Angeles Mayor aimed at ride-share services. Considering the economics, in the short-term, service may...

Contractor accused of pocketing over $150K from Bimbo Bakeries

The New York Post picked up a report from Lehighvalleylive.com that a contractor padded invoices to the amount of $150,000. Brett Gubitosi of the New York Post reports on his...

Amazon Pulling Out of New York City is Also Westchester’s Loss

Neighboring business councils are disappointed with the Amazon pullout of New York. Here’s a brief report from the BCW (Business Council of Westchester): Amazon Pulling Out of New York City...

Bloomberg defends treatment of women at media empire despite multiple lawsuits

Democratic Presidential Candidate, Mike Bloomberg, replies to news, and defends his company’s position on its treatment of women. A real eye-opener…Ebony Bowden of the New York Post has the details:...

You Call It the Gig Economy. California Calls It ‘Feudalism.’

In the New York Times Opinion column, Miriam Pawel, comments on some State’s intentions to create perhaps a new labor classification. Though this debate has been going on for years,...

Johnson & Johnson will have 600-800 million coronavirus vaccines by 2021

The New York Post reports on the light at the end of the tunnel…Noah Manskar writes on Johnson & Johnson’s quest for coronavirus vaccines to hit the market as soon...

Harrison, New York Town Attorney replies to Westchester/Rockland Journal News Article on Willow Ridge...

This Statement from Town Attorney, Frank Allegretti, representing the Town of Harrison, New York, includes rebuttals on comments published in Gannett’s Journal News (Lohud) in Westchester and Rockland Counties, New...
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