April 8, 2013 | Filed Under Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Elections, Ethics, Government, Corruption, Liberals, Michael Bloomberg, New York, New York City, President, Progressives, Warner Todd Huston | No Comments
-By Warner Todd Huston
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is at it again, this time going off on Governor Cuomo and many other state legislators claiming they aren’t fit for any job in the private sector.
In a recent interview on a New York TV station, Bloomberg slammed the state’s legislators saying, “The average legislator who has to make policy on things that influence our lives, our kids’ lives, our future, would they ever get a job in the private sector making policy on big things? No, not a chance.”
Bloomberg also slammed Gov. Cuomo for his frequent practice of attaching a “message of necessity” to bills sent to the legislature. This practice forces quick votes on bills and prevents lawmakers from having enough time to fully consider them before being expected to cast a vote.
February 13, 2013 | Filed Under Capitalism, Democrats/Leftists, Ethics, Government, Corruption, Health, Liberals, Michael Bloomberg, New York, New York City, Republicans, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off
-By Warner Todd Huston
On Monday, February 11, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg proudly announced that he had succeeded in cajoling 21 companies to remove more salt from some food products.
Companies such as Butterball, Heinz, Starbucks, Oscar Mayer, and Kraft Foods have committed to taking more sodium out of products ranging from popcorn, to cold cuts, to breakfast sandwiches.
Bloomberg announced that 21 companies out of 24 agreed to the changes.
“These companies have demonstrated their commitment to removing excess sodium from their products and to working with public health authorities toward a shared goal — helping their customers lead longer, healthier lives,” Mayor Bloomberg said.
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