new york values

"I was down there and I watched our police and our firemen, down on 7/11, down at the World Trade Center, right after it came down."
Tomorrow's New York primary will be the decisive one, the pundits tell us. It will join a long list of other primaries and caucuses which were also deemed to be the crucial one which would decide the whole race.
The Texas senator also tried tying his Queens-raised, Manhattan-based rival to the state's Democratic politicians.
I'm writing this column two days before Super Tuesday, and unless something strange happens (and this year, isn't everything
Senator Cruz, I recognize that you may have been referring to the state's liberal values when you spoke so brashly; however, I want to ask this: did you think before those words came out of your mouth? And do you really apologize for what you said?
The New York area has 13.8 percent of all the Jews in the world, and accounts for 31 percent of all the Jews in the U.S. So when speaking of New York values that "everyone understand" the odds are high that "everyone understands" that New York is very Jewish.
Polls in Iowa show a neck-and-neck battle between the two Republican frontrunners.
Forget the rest of the country -- this is the ultimate 2016 matchup that no one saw coming except us. (Also, not really us either.)
GOP presidential candidate had insulted "New York values."
"When the World Trade Center came down, I saw something that no place on Earth could have handled more beautifully."