Clear Channel thought it fit to broadcast a pedophile's fantasy, so I think it's only fair and appropriate for them to cough up $5 millionClear Channel urged to help sex abuse fund May 15, 2006
The people responsible need to be taken off the air permanentlyHip-hop show pulled over tsunami mockery Jan 27, 2005
The more information we make available to the public, the more built-in incentives all of us in city government have to save taxpayers' money, which has really become more important than ever beforeN.Y. workers spend $100,000 on limo rides Jul 02, 2010
John Chun Liu (simplified Chinese: 刘醇逸; traditional Chinese: 劉醇逸; pinyin: Liú Chúnyì, born January 8, 1967 in Taiwan) is a New York City elected official, currently serving as New York City Comptroller. Liu previously served on the New York City Council representing District 20. He was elected to the City Council in 2001 to represent northeast Queens (Flushing, Queensboro Hill, Mitchell Linden, Murray Hill, Holly, Kissena Park, Harding Heights, Auburndale, part of Whitestone) and was re-elected in 2003 and 2005.
Liu entered the New York City Comptroller election in 2009 and won the race on November 3, 2009, becoming the first Asian American to be elected to a city-wide office in New York City. He was succeeded in the City Council by pharmacist Republican Peter Koo. Koo, along with Democrat Margaret Chin, a Council member from Manhattan, comprise the Asian-American delegation of the Council.
At the age of five his family moved to the United States from Taiwan. Chang F. Liu, his father, changed Liu's first name from Chun to John in honor of John F. Kennedy. His brothers became Robert and Edward, while his father became Joseph.