November 8, 2006
October 16, 2006
Courtesy of Room Eight.
On LunchBox today, host Adam Green on: Jeannine Pirro, Andrew Cuomo, Marty Markowitz, Al Pirro, New York Magazine, Eliot Spitzer, John Faso, Alan Hevesi and more…
October 8, 2006
Yesterday was such a gorgeous day that we decided to take a long drive. Our drive took us through Franklinville, Ellicottville, Little Valley, South Dayton and all the hamlets and communities along that route.
September 27, 2006
Spitzer called on Faso to explain his “no” votes on an anti-stalking law, a bill to prohibit police from making rape victims take lie-detector tests and a measure that would have set pay scales in the private sector to ensure equal compensation for men and women.
Faso touted his plan to cut the state income tax by 25 percent and eliminate it altogether for married couples earning less than $50,000 and singles earning less than $25,000. He has called for capping property taxes and ending taxes on capital gains and dividends, saying the cuts would pay for themselves by encouraging new business development in New York.
September 16, 2006
And their off! John Faso and Eliot Spitzer are out of the gate and are running down the track!
At issue are Faso votes years ago against crackdowns on auto insurance fraud and stalking. The Republican-Conservative candidate for governor also opposed a bill that would have prohibited police from asking rape victims to take lie-detector tests, according to Democratic party spokesman Blake Zeff.