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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michael Bloomberg
A Texas woman who had minor acting roles in film and television has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Colorado Springs and Pueblo may not be Paris or London, but they are not quite the rural backwaters that anti-gun activist Michael Bloomberg apparently thinks they are. The former New York City mayor said he was “sorry” about the recalls of two Democratic state senators last year over the state legislature’s passage of gun-control laws, but said the districts in the recall races were so “rural” that “I don’t think there’s roads.”
A gun-control group funded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to start vetting congressional candidates ahead of the 2014 midterm elections, as it looks to ramp up pressure on lawmakers to pass more restrictive gun laws.
In the Big Apple, the Big Gulp is now — without question — legally good to go.
Harvard's class of 2014 got a commencement address by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on 'a modern form of McCarthyism' — at their own university.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Thursday he is honored to be the first recipient of the $1 million Genesis Prize and pledged the money would go to help make the world a better place.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says those unhappy with the admission charge at the National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum should call their elected officials.
Mark Glaze, who heads up Mayors Against Illegal Guns — the pet project of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg — said he's done with the group and is stepping down in June.
It's going to be interesting in Indiana over the next few days. Activists with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America plan three days of protest-themed events in close proximity to the National Rifle Association annual meeting in Indianapolis. An NRA mom has her own response.
Amsterdam wants to create an online game to get unemployed young people engaged in finding jobs across Europe. Schaerbeek, Belgium, envisions using geothermal mapping to give households personalized rundowns of steps to save energy. Gdansk, Poland, is proposing to require officials to debate ideas from citizens.
The Republican of Springfield (Mass.), April 17, 2014
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to spend $50 million this year on a new group that will mix campaign contributions with field operations aimed at pulling 1 million gun-control supporters to the polls, he announced Wednesday, adding a new dimension to his long-running fight for tighter firearms regulation.
Billionaire businessman and three-term New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been selected to deliver the keynote address at Williams College commencement.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg strongly defended many of his signature policies in a wide-ranging interview with Katie Couric.
Billionaire businessman and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been selected to speak at Harvard University's 2014 commencement exercises, the university announced Wednesday.
And now it's New York City's turn to play, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Thursday.
"We expect to have record energy use today. It will be a challenge," said New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.