Some good end of decade reading.
This picture of me was taken at the Times Square Visitors Center, in front of the 2010 NYC New Years Eve Ball.
Recording this week's CitizeNYC podcast Two Beers In, we weren't having any beer because it was Saturday morning instead of Friday night. Greg & I soberly cover the storm of the century, homelessness, suing the Catholic Church, and more. You can listen here, or subscribe free on iTunes.
If you're concerned about youth homelessness, consider contributing to NYC's Ali Forney Center.
I chimed in on The Hill's Big Question today.
How will Lieberman's stance on healthcare affect him politically?
Impact Joe Lieberman politically? This is a guy who hasn't behaved responsibly politically in years. Remember his incredibly sad, ill-manged 2004 Presidential campaign? Where, after the New Hampshire primary, he said one of my favorite quotes of that race, "We are in a three-way split decision for third place!" Remember when he bucked his party and ran for Senate as an independent after being defeated in the Democratic Senate primary? Or, that time he supported Republican John McCain for President over Barack Obama. That didn't make any sense politically either, but he did it. Now, Joe decides to completely reverse his views on the Medicare expansion, just to be a jerk. Lieberman constantly surprises me with his ability to avoid any and all consequences for his actions. Why should this move be any different.