George J. Marlin

Dec 5, 2014
Expect plenty of gubernatorial theater in the next four years, but few accomplishments. Cuomo’s second term will resemble many gubernatorial third terms – marking time, and lackluster at best.

Nov 17, 2014
For most New Yorkers, the Metropolitan Transit Authority is an enigma. At best, they see the MTA as a maze of poorly managed transportation agencies that stick them with the tab for fiscal and operational incompetence.

Oct 23, 2014
While Andrew Cuomo may get re-elected this November, I believe if he attempts to seek a lease on the White House he will quickly learn that all things are not possible.

Oct 16, 2014
It’s very unusual for proponents of an important statewide ballot referendum to be silent during an election campaign season, but that’s precisely the case this year concerning the so-called “Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014 Proposal No. 3.”

Sep 22, 2014
The Hispanic population has been skyrocketing. They are now the second largest group in America, registering 16.3 percent in the 2010 census for a total of 50.5 million.

Aug 29, 2014
Governor Andrew will always be remembered for saving himself.

Aug 12, 2014
It’s that time of year again , British journalist G.K. Chesterton’s “silly season,” when politicians hope that taxpayers are preoccupied with their summer outings and not paying attention to their underhanded antics.

Jul 29, 2014
If one listens to elected officials, especially Gov. Andrew Cuomo, one would think New York’s economy and job market are chugging along at high speed.

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