NYC Mandates Vaccines for All Teachers and Staff

On the heels of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) announcement that it had fully approved Pfizer and BioTech’s Covid-19 vaccine, New York City will require every Department of Education employee to have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine by September 27. There is no ability to opt out. read more

They Got Richer But Their Workers Didn’t: Bill de Blasio Encourages New Yorkers to Buy Local Rather Than From Amazon This Prime Day

Not too many Americans had a good year financially in 2020. Jeff Bezos, however, had a banner year. The fortune of the Amazon founder only grew while people were stuck in their houses.

Amazon has been heavily criticized for the pay and treatment of its workers despite massive profits. On Monday, the online retailer celebrated its Prime Day, offering major discounts on popular items. Bill de Blasio encouraged New Yorkers to instead shop locally. read more

NYC Mayoral Hopeful Andrew Yang Bombed a Speech to Important Gay Political Club

Bill DiBlasio has been the Mayor of New York City since . He has not been a popular leader. In fact, his current approval rating in the wildly liberal city stands at 42%.

The Mayor will be leaving office next year and there will be a 2021 election to determine his successor. There are over 20 candidate gunning for the spot, but right now, Andrew Yang is the heavy favorite. read more

De Blasio Says He Will Sue If Trump Sends Federal Agents to New York City

Speaking at a press conference, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he will take President Donald Trump to court if he plans to send federal agents to the city.

De Blasio said that Trump often “bluffs and blusters.” The president made the threat even as he faces heated criticism for ordering federal agents into Portland to curb what the administration is characterizing as riots. read more