Anthony Weiner, the disgraced politician who resigned from Congress accidentally Tweeting racing photos of himself to strangers, is officially entering Democratic primary in the race for New York City Mayor.
“I made some big mistakes and I know I let a lot of people down. But I’ve also learned some tough lessons,” Weiner said in a video posted early Tuesday on his website [watch below].
“I hope I get a second chance to work for you,” the Democrat said with his wife by his side.
You can watch the well choreographed video here:
Police say they arrested two more men in New York City after they attacked a gay couple just a few hours after thousands marched in solidarity against the hate crime that killed Marc Cohen after his murder hurled anti-gay slurs on he and a friend.
Cops say a gay man who was shot and killed in New York City’s Greenwich Village early Saturday morning was the victim of a hate crime.
Colin Quinn is one of the better comics doing political satire – he communicates highly complicated ideas through the most mundane and absurdly funny examples. I thoroughly enjoyed his Broadway hit Long Story Short, which told the history of the world, brought wittily down to a comprehensible human scale.
Police in New York are currently investigating two gay bashings that occurred in the city over the past week. Two men are currently in custody, and cops continue to search for other suspects. One of those suspects is seen here smiling. You can watch video of some of the other suspects below.
The first attack took place on Sunday when two gay men say they were beaten outside Madison Square Garden, and the second took place early Friday morning when two more men were attacked outside the 33rd Street Path station.
Cops were able to nab Asllan Berisha and Brian Ramirez for the most recent attack while others involved were able to run away. They are being charged with hate crimes.
On Saturday police released new video in the search for a group that authorities want to question about last Sundays attacks. The video footage shows eight men who the victims say started yelling anti-gay slurs, then beat them after the Knicks game.
You can watch the surveillance video here: