Al Smith
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"Alfred Emanuel "Al" Smith" was an American statesman who was elected List of Governors of New York/Governor of New York four times and was the History of the United States Democratic Party/Democratic United States presidential election, 1928/U.S. presidential candidate in 1928. He was the foremost urban leader of the Efficiency Movement/efficiency-oriented Progressive Movement and was noted for achieving a wide range of reforms as governor in the 1920s. He was also linked to the notorious Tammany Hall machine that controlled New York City's politics; was a strong opponent of Prohibition in the United States/Prohibition and was the first Catholic nominee for President. His candidacy mobilized Catholic votes—especially women who previously had not voted. It also mobilized the anti-Catholic vote, which was strongest in the South.

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If there is a single protected entity in this town that is immune from this paper, I don't know what it is.

The music industry is constantly evolving to find new ways to reach our customer, the music fan. The number of possibilities for this is very exciting, and we look forward to working with Universal to discover the best opportunities for consumers and our businesses.

Not a problem. We feel like we can raise the money.

Jim and I both believe ... that if there was a reasonable price opportunity to make this buy, that people in Lexington with money would be standing in line to take part.

I still have the energy to do it. I was asked not to retire and told they might be able to put together the package I'd want. When I told my wife (Bonnie), she said, 'It's like we're divorced now. If you want a divorce?' So then I weighed my options.

Pulling the plug on the BlackBerry could cost corporate America millions of dollars. The BlackBerry is more than e-mail but a handheld office, and if you shut down the BlackBerry, you shut off the data that powers American business.

You look at your own individual situation and visualize yourself being trapped in that house with no power and no water, and in the winter time, with no heat.

Where are the (condo residents) going to eat or shop? The (business) opportunity is there. What happens now is up to us.

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