Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
News Zennie62 News

Google AdSense Disables Ads On Blog Over One Sidney Leathers Post

Someone at Google AdSense seems to be working for the Anthony Weiner for New York Mayor campaign. Google AdSense disabled all ads running over the 13,000 blog posts of Zennie62blog.com, and for one blog entry that reported how Anthony Weiner’s “sexting” (can I use that term, Google?) mistress lied to WLS radio station and actually […]

Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
Anthony Weiner News politics Sidney Elaine Leathers Zennie62 News

Sidney Elaine Leathers Photos: Anthony Weiner’s Sexting Partner

Sidney Leathers Makes Vivid Film, Lies About It To WLS Sidney Elaine Leathers, or Sidney Leathers, has emerged, against her own actions, as the woman who’s one of former U.S. Congressman and current New York Mayor’s Race candidate Anthony Weiner’s sexting partners. Sidney Leathers is the 22, and now 23, year old woman who was […]

Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
News politics

Anthony Weiner Behind Christine Quinn In NY Mayor’s Race After Sexting News By The Dirty

Anthony Weiner is behind Christine Quinn in the race to be the Democratic representative in the New York Mayor’s Race, and after the blog The Dirty released text messages and photos that Weiner sent to a young woman he’d befriended online. The Marist Poll, released today, reports that Christine Quinn is ahead of Anthony Weiner […]

Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
politics Politics

Pete Seeger Sings At Occupy Wall St., Cornell West Gets Arrested

More at Zennie62.com Two activist legends, Folk Singer Pete Seeger and University of Professor Cornell West made headlines for being involved in protests that are related to Occupy Wall Street. First, the 92-year-old Seeger, best known for his 1950s hits walked with ’60s folk singer Arlo Guthrie and about 1,000 Occupy Wall St protestors Friday […]

Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
NY Times Rudy Giuliani

Paul Krugman 9-11 Blog Post Is Almost-Wrong About Giuliani

New York Times blogger and Princeton Nobel Prize-winning Economist Paul Krugman did what good bloggers are supposed to do: started a controversy regarding an event some might regard as sacred. In a rather short blog post called “The Years of Shame” Krugman blogged: The atrocity should have been a unifying event, but instead it became […]