Democratic House candidate Sean Eldridge won’t say whether he’d vote for Obamacare or support Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) to be Speaker of the House.
The PAC of the pro-Palestinian lobbying group J Street has announced its endorsement of Sean Eldridge, a 2014 House candidate who bought a $2 million house in Shokan, New York this year in order to become eligible to run for Congress.
Congressional wannabe Sean Eldridge, the husband of New Republic owner Chris Hughes, will not tell reporters about his views on Syria, according to Politico.
The day after Amazon.com billionaire Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, one of the paper’s columnists, Eugene Robinson, appeared on “Morning Joe.” Robinson is a reliable voice for conventional liberal opinion, and on this particular day, Tuesday, August 6, 2013, conventional liberal opinion held that Bezos’ purchase of the Post for $250 million was an act of bravery and humanity comparable to the Marshall Plan.
New Republic owner and editor-in-chief Chris Hughes criticized “advocacy journalism,” and said the century-old magazine does not engage in that type of reporting, while addressing a gathering of young progressives on Wednesday.
On Thursday the New York Times published a front-page, 1,400-word story on the political ambitions of a 26-year-old man who grew up in Ohio, graduated from Brown, married rich, and moved to New York City. And then moved to Garrison, New York, in the Hudson River Valley. And then moved to Shokan, New York, once it became clear that he couldn’t win the congressional seat in Garrison. And then, should he lose next year to incumbent Republican Chris Gibson, a local Army vet who won office in 2010, will almost certainly move again. Moving around is what district-shoppers do.
New Republic owner Chris Hughes and his husband Sean Eldridge are relocating once again so Eldridge can have a shot at political office, the New York Times reports.
Just months after the New Republic magazine implemented an ambitious online redesign, the liberal journal’s new iPad application is being panned as error-riddled according to several customers who reviewed the app and described the program as a “mess.”
Owner of the New Republic Chris Hughes paid $1,922,500 in cash for a new home in New York’s 19th congressional district where his husband Sean Eldridge plans to run for a House of Representatives seat in 2014, according to New York magazine.