by Paul Bass | Oct 27, 2011 4:20 pm | Comments (48)
• An out-of-state newspaper quietly zapped articles from the internet— to boost John DeStefano’s chances of winning another New Haven mayoral election.
• Meanwhile, you may have seen Jeffrey Kerekes hanging out at Occupy New Haven. But don’t be fooled—he’s secretly plotting! to help the Tea Party and maybe even the Obama-as-hidden-Kenyan birther movement infiltrate our liberal oasis with their agenda.
• Not only that—Kerekes looks like a zombie rising from the dead in a slasher movie, ready to rip kids out of classrooms and sweep “massive” numbers of teachers and other vital public workers into a virtual graveyard!!!
Continue reading ‘Campaign Conspiracies Revealed!’
by Melissa Bailey | Sep 12, 2011 8:02 am | Comments (14)
In a late-game mailer, mayoral contender Tony Dawson blasted John DeStefano for making the city the “4th most dangerous in America,” called opponent Clifton Graves a mayoral “puppet,” and pledged to “immediately” fire the police chief. Crank up the Truth-o-Meter!
Continue reading ‘Dawson Takes The Gloves Off’
by Thomas MacMillan | Aug 30, 2011 11:44 am | Comments (34)
Two months after Mayor John DeStefano handed over a Broadway parking lot to Yale, taxpayers got “one-two punch” from a 100 percent rise in parking fees, mayoral challenger Jeffrey Kerekes claimed.
Continue reading ‘Did Parking Fee “Double” When Yale Bought Lot?’
by Paul Bass | Aug 26, 2011 8:48 am | Comments (12)
A firefighter statistic missed the mark, while charges about democracy deferred landed closer to the target as Mayor John DeStefano’s three Democratic opponents took on his record at campaign debates, according to the Independent Truth-O-Meter.
Continue reading ‘Bull’s-Eyes, Errant Arrows In Debate Attacks’
by Paul Bass | Aug 23, 2011 1:44 pm | Comments (35)
An aldermanic candidate’s former backer complained he “misled” voters in a brochure. The candidate called the brochure accurate. Who’s right? We consulted the Independent Truth-O-Meter.
Continue reading ‘1 Picture, 2 Interpretations’