August 2012

Kingsbridge Armory Development Still an Uncertainty

Kingsbridge Armory

As we have already commented, the development of the Kingsbridge Armory bears watching-and food retailers shouldn’t sit idly by and assume that non-competing uses will prevail. This cautionary warning is given greater urgency when we read the NY Post editorial on the subject-and the paper blasts the ice hockey concept, along with BP Diaz and labor leader Appelbaum, tow of its high profile its supporters

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Untrustworthy “Health Trust”

Healthy Food

The Center for Consumer Freedom has a commentary on the upcoming report from a group called the Trust for America’s Health-and if an early preview is correct it is just the latest example of how the health police wants to enact mandates and taxes to prevent Americans from harming themselves

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Icing on the Armory Cake?

Rubin Diaz

According to the NY Times, Bronx BP Ruben Diaz has come out in support of turning the Kingsbridge Armory into an ice skating palace

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Where There is a Will, There’s a Way

George Will

In this morning’s Washington Post columnist George Will lashes out at the expansion of government-and how the stimulus is being used (possibly illegally) to promote a Big Mother health agenda:

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New York Times: Tobacco Companies Broke Law by Selling Untaxed Cigarettes, Judge Rules

The New York Times

A federal judge ruled last week that two tobacco wholesalers illegally skirted paying millions of dollars in taxes by selling truckloads of untaxed cigarettes to retailers on an American Indian reservation on Long Island, which then resold them in the city at cut-rate prices.

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