Saturday, November 27, 2010

Cathie Black is Unqualified to be Schools Chancellor, reports Quinnipiac Poll

Quinnipiac Poll: Most NYC Voters Oppose Cathie Black As Schools Chancellor, reported Karen Matthews on The Huffington Post.

The Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday shows New Yorkers believe by a 2-1 margin that Black is not qualified for the job. The poll found that 51 percent of New York City voters believe Black does not have the right experience to serve as schools chancellor. Just 26 percent said Black does have the experience for the job, and 23 percent were undecided.

Asked specifically about Black's appointment, 47 percent said they disapproved and 29 percent approved. Twenty-five percent were undecided.

"If it was a public vote, thumbs down," said Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

Cathie Black is Unfit to be Schools Chancellor, say Activists

Mayoral Control Queen : Cathie Black Press Conference

Watch the YouTube video of the press conference held in front of Tweed Couthouse. Various speakers voiced their united opposition to the nomination by Mayor Michael Bloomberg of Cathleen Black to become the next New York City Schools Chancellor.

Cathie Black Flunks Public Opinion

Mona Davids of the NY Charter Parents Association on Cathie Black

Mona Davids of the New York Charter Parents Association offers her thoughts on the selection of publishing executive Cathleen Black as New York City Schools Chancellor, in "Your 2 Cents," a series of on-camera, unedited editorials delivered by prominent New Yorkers.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Cathie Black Nomination Triggers Angry Voter Reaction

Reaction to Mayor's School Chief Candidate is a Litmus Test of the Bloombo Dicto Administration

The way that New Yorkers either ''support or oppose'' Cathleen Black's appointment to become the next chancellor of the New York City public school system has become a ''proxy'' for what the public thinks of Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his ''imperial style of running the city,'' reported Elissa Gootman in a news analysis published by The New York Times.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Sarah Palin Met Michael Bloomberg

Sarah Palin Visited NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg

In October 2007, back when she was still Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin met with Mayor Michael Bloomberg. On July 8, 2009, The New York Daily News asked for copies of photos of their meeting, but the newspaper did not receive them until after Bloomberg was elected for the third time.

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Mike Bloomberg and Cathleen Black - Cosmo Sex App Scandal

Mayor Mike Bloomberg's Schools Chancellor Nominee Cathleen Black Urges Sex App ; She Says Sex App Can Help You Save Money on Hookers !!

On a radio show, Cathleen P. Black, the chairwoman of Hearst Magazines and the nominee to become the incoming chancellor of New York schools, said a Cosmopolitan magazine iPhone App was "cheaper than a hooker," according to The New York Times and the True News From Change blog.

Meanwhile, on her blog, Suzannah B. Troy wrote that she wants to know if there is a NYC Government corruption app.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Vote No on Charter Revisions

There is no legitimacy to the work done by the Charter Revision Barter Commission appointed by Mayor Bloomberg.

The ballot questions regarding term limits are tainted by fraud in the inception. Please vote NO to every question. Do not validate the charter revision questions. Rebuke Mayor Michael Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, and Ronald Lauder for their insider deals.