Rudy Giuliani, New York's mayor during the 9-11 attacks, talks to Charlie Rose and senior correspondent John Miller about the Boston Marathon bombings and the challenges of providing security at public events.
Apparently New York City's Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg whiles away his last hours in the mayor's palace daydreaming. He has been mayor for almost three terms and though his mayorship may not have been as heroic or even as effective as that of Mayor Rudy Giuliani, it has at least kept the city up to Mayor Giuliani's standards of cleanliness, law and order, and an approximation of sense of financial rectitude.
“Closing the White House is absurd. It’s a joke,” the former GOP presidential candidate said on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends.”
“FEMA is as much a failure now as at the time of Katrina.”
"If this weren't a Democratic president, I think that all you people would be going crazy."
GOP leaders beam about Romney's impressive debate performance in Denver, CO.
Coulter discusses the topic of her new book, Mugged, and the race baiting of the Democratic Party.
On the tenth anniversary of September 11th, Rudy Giuliani gave the GOP Weekly Address.
"He's playing on the dumbest, most ridiculous ideas about how you grow jobs."
Campaign season is not a time for truth. It's a time for the candidates, the press and the voters to tell themselves fables.
This Gov. Chris Christie. Is he running? Yes, he’s running. No he is not running. Former N.J. Gov. Tom Kean says he's running. Christie's brother says he's not.