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01.02.15 Prachi Gupta

For 15 years, ever since Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani shared his disgust for ferrets and implied their owners were mentally ill in a now-infamous radio exchange, ferret owners in New York City have been battling a stigma enforced by policy. Ferrets, lumped by Guiliani’s administration in the same category as lions or tigers, were said […]

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11.24.14 Prachi Gupta

Remember Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor who supported and expanded the controversial stop-and-frisk policy during his tenure? Well, he was invited to participate in a panel about the heightened racial tensions in Ferguson after that white cop killed an unarmed black teenager, and predictably, his comments on race angered a lot of people. […]

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05.28.14 Andy Cush

In 1999, New York City banned pet ferrets, citing “unpredictable behavior,” “vicious, unprovoked attacks on humans,” and “serious injuries to infants.” That same year, then-mayor Rudy Giuliani took a call on the subject during his weekly radio show that lives on in infamy. Now, Bill de Blasio wants to reverse the ban. According to the […]

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10.09.12 Andy Cush

Between the federal investigation into his 2010 campaign finances, his specious claims about the vandalism at his office last month, and his alleged ties to organized crime, Congressman Michael Grimm (R-NY) is a risky guy to back right now. And yet, that’s just what former mayor Rudy Giuliani is doing, appearing in a Grimm campaign […]

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10.17.11 Bucky Turco

Here is the commercial featuring Rudy Giuliani—America’s mayor, not New York’s—talking about how safe the Indian Point power plant is as part of a PR campaign, despite common sense and a recent report claiming the opposite, since it sits on a major fault line. […]

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10.06.11 Bucky Turco

Back in August, the operators of the Indian Power hired Rudy Giuliani as a spokesman to lie about vouch for the nuclear plant’s safety and starting next week, he will appear in a series of ads. […]

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08.04.11 Bucky Turco

The operating license for the reactors at Indian Point, a nuclear power plant located dangerously close to New York City, expire in the next few years and with all the attention caused by the fallout at a similar facility in Japan, many are questioning the wisdom of renewing it. […]

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10.27.10 Bucky Turco

Despite getting pummeled last time around and not even coming remotely close to getting his party’s nomination for president, the Mayor of 9/11, Rudolph Giuliani is leaving the door open in 2012. When asked if he’s considering another presidential run, Giuliani told told the Politico: “The door’s not closed.” Please open it and let this […]

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08.04.10 Bucky Turco

Rudy Giuliani is not only a terrible person, but also a terrible father: his daughter Caroline was arrested for shoplifting from a Sephora on the UES. […]

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02.18.10 Cajun Boy

Bernard Kerik, the corrupt asshole former head of the NYPD under Giuliani who the city jail was once named after, has been sentenced to 4 years in prison, where he will be ass-raped repeatedly. […]

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