Archdiocese Unveils New Logos for Three Pilot School Regions

The Archdiocese of New York has announced three newly designed logos for regions in the New York area. Inspired by Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s idea that the regions operate under the patronage of a saint to spiritually guide their work in Catholic education, the three regional Boards of Trustees chose their patrons, then selected a logo […]

WHO’S ON AIR—SAVAGE OR BATCHELOR?

WHO’S ON AIR—SAVAGE OR BATCHELOR?

It doesn’t look like John Batchelor is going to be “on air” from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on WABC 770 AM in New York City for too much longer. Parent company Cumulus has purchased conservative shock jock Michael Savage’s radio program and he is scheduled to take the 9 p.m. to midnight shift. Cumulus […]

ROMNEY MITTS A HOME RUN

ROMNEY MITTS A HOME RUN

Election 2012 Who would have thought the presidential race could change so drastically overnight? Even the mainstream and liberal media is getting in on the act, as seen here on the cover of the Oct. 15 New Yorker magazine, where President Obama is depicted as a no-show to last week’s first presidential debate, complete with […]

Jack Welch Causes Stir with Claim Unemployment Dip is Fake

Jack Welch Causes Stir with Claim Unemployment Dip is Fake

Former two-decade CEO of General Electric Jack Welch caused quite a stir this week as he tweeted his doubts on the validity of a reported dip in unemployment from 8.1 to 7.8 percent. “Unbelievable jobs numbers…these Chicago guys will do anything…can’t debate so change numbers.” Chicago guys refers, of course, to President Obama’s administration. The […]

Timelines — 10/4

BOCES Overcharging New York State Tax Payers According to an investigation by the Journal News and LoHud.com regional BOCES programs have overcharged New York school districts to the tune $473 million between 2007 and 2011. A recent report by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli uncovered that the Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) regularly […]

Timelines — 9/27

NYPD Now Video Taping All Interrogation of Suspects Last week New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly announced that suspects in all murder, sex crime, and felony assault cases will be recorded during their interrogations with police. Kelly said recording what police officers and suspects say is practical, helpful, and safeguards civil rights. The recordings will […]

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