You got comped! Weprin funks up the race
There's nothing that Pol Position hates more than a stiff comptroller. When you are having a finger wagged in your face about fiscal responsibility, questionable pension fund investments, and the p...
Gov gets his groove on
Speaking of dancing politicians, New York State's own governor caused a bit of an uproar when he was spotted partying in a Chelsea night club last week.
Paterson was hanging out and posing for pic...
Pol Position was once riding in the car listening to an interview with a longtime radio baseball announcer, who was complaining of a strange phenomenon in the world of baseball advertising and the ...
Dropping the "N" words like A bombs
Two New York City politicians waded into some choppy waters this past week, uttering a couple of words that are sure to create backlash for any public figure.
First, the mayor likened that state se...
Pol walks right into a quorum
Well, the stalemate in Albany is finally over, which means that our hardworking state senators can get back to the business of doling out pork items to their loyal constituents, conducting backroom...
When it Torains, it pours
Apparently, Clear Channel believes in the old adage that you keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.
The big shots over at the communications conglomerate, which owns hundreds of radio s...
Viral Videos: Watching the Web
When we first started Pol Position years ago, all of this newfangled technology - what with the blogs and the Facebooks and the Twitters and such – didn’t exist yet.
No, back when we started Pol Po...
The Death of the Big Check?
While we are all for embracing new technology, there is one thing that Pol Position can never let go of, no matter how cheeky or outdated it may seem or become: The Big Check.
Congressman Joseph C...
Prodigal Son returns to the Democrats
It’s always better to regret something you have done, then to regret something you haven’t done, or so Pol Position has been told. (We’ve really, really regretted many, many things that we have don...
One flew over the coup-coup’s nest
If this is dysfunction, we don’t want to be functional!
New York State politics took an unexpected turn for the weird Monday, even by Albany standards.
Two State Senators, Hiram Monserrate from Que...
Prince Harry backs down
It’s not often that Pol Position gets to cover the world of international politics, so when we heard that Prince Harry would be in town on an official visit, and moreover he would be playing in a c...