The Gotham crew gets a bit combative but the memory of New York Mayor Edward I Koch reminds us of greatness. Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano Talks Hurricane Sandy recovery, the county’s surplus and what’s ahead for Nassau residents in 2013. Plus – Imagine being elected to your Board of Education – as a senior [...]
Election 2012 throws the Gotham hosts into a fury of disagreement. Can Obama really save the republic? Do liberal conservatives really exist? Its a battle-royale between Brad and David while Long Island attorney Scott Reich referees. Then – the recovery from New York’s worst storm in centuries. One hero recounts how he and his neighbors [...]
With the some of the toughest gun laws in the country, New York still has a way to go to preventing needless deaths. On this week’s episode, two New York Legislators offer solutions. New York State Assembly member Michelle Schimel talks micro-stamping, a method of tracing bullets. State Senator Martin Golden of Brooklyn responds with ideas of his own – plus his story about getting shot as a New York Cop.
Gotham Talk Radio’s Brad Gerstman and David Schwartz talk about the state of Long Island and today’s political Talk Radio. Also – Nassau County Legislators Kevan Abrahams and Carrie Solages talk about today’s dysfunctional political environment and what it means for Long Island’s most vulnerable citizens.
The Lisa Beth Gerstman Annual Golf Classic kicks off tomorrow, Rafe Lieber on New York Politics and the Republican race for the White House. How Governor Cuomo and NY’s legislature get along. Plus – America’s pension crisis and saying goodbye to Steve Jobs
Gotham’s Brad Gerstman and David Schwartz on the latest New York political news. Segment 1 – Junk falling from space, the rally to support Trump on the Ocean, David’s power outage tips and more blowback at the Long Island Power Authority’s response to hurricane Irene. Segment 2 – More Mayoral missteps from Michael Bloomberg, the [...]
Brad Gerstman and David Schwartz are joined by the Ribotsky Institute’s Corey Ribotsky. This week: reaction to LIPA’s handling of Hurricane Irene, the recession and big problems for the U.S. postal service. Plus – A look ahead at the 10-year anniversary of September 11th.