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Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani, born May 28, 1944 in Brooklyn, N.Y., was the mayor of New York City from 1994 through 2001. He also ran for the Republican nomination for the 2008 presidential election, but lost out to John McCain. (Photo AP)
Rudy Giuliani, born May 28, 1944 in Brooklyn, N.Y., was the mayor of New York City from 1994 through 2001. He also ran for the Republican nomination for the 2008 presidential election, but lost out to John McCain. (Photo AP) « Show less

Top Rudy Giuliani Articles

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  • Does Obama not love America?

    Does Obama not love America?
    Maybe Rudy Giuliani spent too much time in the South Florida sun. Or maybe he’s just a bitter old man whose time has way past. Whatever. How disgusting is it for someone like Giuliani, the former New York mayor and a man who was beloved...
  • Jeb Bush's actions showed compassion on immigration

    Jeb Bush's actions showed  compassion on immigration
    The headline in The New York Times is strong, and an indictment that before he was a politician, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush used his name freely. The headline read: "As dynasty's son, Jeb Bush used his connections freely." This is the story of how...
  • Where were you 8 years ago today?

    Where were you 8 years ago today?
    Where are we in the presidential election cycle compared to the 2008 election (the last one where there was no incumbent running?) Well, exactly eight years ago today, I was in Springfield without about 15,000 other freezing souls to watch U.S. Sen...
  • Cardinal Edward Egan dies at 82; former archbishop of New York

    Cardinal Edward Egan, the former archbishop of New York who oversaw a broad and sometimes unpopular financial overhaul of the archdiocese and played a prominent role in the city after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, died Thursday. He was 82. Egan died of...
  • Jeb Bush yet to pass the tea party litmus test

    Jeb Bush yet to pass the tea party litmus test
    The significance of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) recently held in a Washington suburb was what it revealed about how far the speakers were willing to go to establish their credentials for being there. For most them, as...
  • G-A-Y is only two letters and five justices' votes away from GOP

    G-A-Y is only two letters and five justices' votes away from GOP
    Early this summer, if the U.S. Supreme Court decides that the whole country will recognize same-sex marriage, it could be delivering a huge gift to the Republicans. Doesn’t seem possible? You’re right; it’s at least counter-intuitive....
  • Cardinal Egan, Former Bridgeport Bishop, Dies At 82

    Cardinal Egan, Former Bridgeport Bishop, Dies At 82
    NEW YORK — Cardinal Edward Egan, the former archbishop of New York who oversaw a broad and sometimes unpopular financial overhaul of the archdiocese and played a prominent role in the city after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, died Thursday. He was 82....
  • Speak Out: 'I know why conservatives love Fox News'

    State workers who do not wish to belong to a labor union should be reduced to the minimum wage and no wage increases. There is no mechanism for a state supervisor to give raises to an individual hard-working employee. Scott Reeder and Bruce Rauner are...
  • America's future

    Public schools sure are a lot better now that we have Common Core! I'm glad our next generation is de-emphasizing mundane topics like math, science, reading, and writing to focus on the truly important topics, like oppression by race. Now they teach...
  • It's prime time for Scott Walker, whether he's ready or not

    Any chef will tell you that you need great ingredients to pull off a great meal. Less discussed but just as true: You need to cook the ingredients in the right order. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has nearly all of the right ingredients to win the GOP...
  • First Amendment permits even hurtful ideas

    I can only hope I'm not the only person deeply disturbed by sentiments like those expressed by letter writer Samuel F. Nuttall Jr. ("Olbermann should be fired, not suspended"). When did we become a nation where those who voice objectionable sentiments,...