A close friend to Gov. Chris Christie, Debra Wong Yang, was one of three attorneys who interviewed the governor as part of the taxpayer-funded internal review that he ordered in the wake of the September lane closings at the George Washington Bridge. Wong Yang, a partner with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, was, like Christie, appointed a U.S. attorney by former President George W. Bush. The two have gone on vacation with each other’s families, and Christie steered Yang a lucrative contract while U.S. attorney. She conducted the interview of Christie with Randy Mastro, the firm’s lead attorney on the matter, as well as Alexander Southwell.
This “investigation” looks even worse than it did last week.
How it’s done
“End of Days chaos envisioned by Yeats: when “the best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.”
Excerpt From: Harris, Sam. “The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason.”
Barber “believed we needed to kind of burst this bubble of ‘There’s nothing we can do for two years until the next election.’”
This April, Showtime will start airing its ground-breaking climate change TV series on the experiences and personal stories of people whose lives have been touched by climate change. Years Of Living Dangerously is an 8-part series produced by the legendary storytellers and film-makers James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jerry Weintraub -– together with three former 60 Minutes producers who have 18 Emmys between them.
While reviewing the segments for technical accuracy as Chief Science Editor, I’ve been blown away by just how visually and narratively compelling the show is. It is not just going to be a landmark climate change series, it is going to be a landmark television series, like Ken Burns’ The Civil War.
Broward and Palm Beach County voters can rest easy. Elections supervisors in the two counties say they won’t implement the restroom ban imposed by Miami-Dade County.