Wayne Barrett

There's been some good vetting of the Republican front-runner. But longtime chroniclers say it's not enough.
The veteran journalist takes a look back at the Trump of the 1970s.
Wayne Barrett talks about the time Donald Trump attempted to bribe him.

They're both famous, divisive, demagogic headline hunters and racial accelerants -- and problems for their respective parties. Lowry and LaMarche discuss Rudy's slam that Obama doesn't "love America" and GOP criticism that he has the wrong phrasing and policy about ISIS.

2010-06-28-bothsides_pull.jpgMary and Wayne Barrett debate what bin Laden's demise says about Obama -- no more 97 pound weakling! -- and about W and torture. Then, should Dems duplicate Rove's secret money machine?
2010-06-28-bothsides_pull.jpgMary and sit-in Wayne Barrett debate how March came in like a lamb and went out like a lion -- Shutdown Washington? Shutdown nuclear? Shutdown Gaddafii?
2010-06-28-bothsides_pull.jpgWith America "firing Tomahawks and teachers" (Jon Stewart), Mary and Wayne Barrett debate Obama's judgments in Libya and classrooms. Then, is the Jewish State a "zoning issue"?
In 37 years of prolific writing for The Voice -- 32 of them as an investigative columnist -- and in four books, Wayne Barrett
Barrett says in his farewell column that he took over the paper's "Runnin' Scared" column in 1978 on the same day Ed Koch
Last week I met and interviewed the individual who could be New York's future, and his name is Harry Wilson. If any one individual is capable of engineering New York State's government back to fiscal sanity, he will be the one to do so.
The next eight weeks will show us whether the Republican candidate for comptroller can ignite widespread feelings against incumbency and the public demand for fiscal responsibility into support.
Judging people by the company they keep may not always be fair game, but it is fitting, on the eve of next week's primary
But according to Wayne Barrett's book "Grand Illusion", the real problem was not that there wasn't enough time to make the
This week's issue of Newsweek contains a story by DC investigative reporter Michael Isikoff on Rudy Giuliani's ties to terror
What makes a trend again? Today the Boston Phoenix is getting the media love, with not one, not two, but three stories getting
Giuliani's bid for the GOP nomination may be on the verge of capsizing amidst a perfect storm of sex, money and terrorists. Links to terrorists, that is.