It’s really time for us to stop focusing on the one percent. It’s the .01 percent who really know how to live.

+ In NYC, the race towards the $100 million apartment.

+ San Francisco’s class war, by the numbers.

+ “As the former mayor of Fort Lee, I have some personal insight into New Jersey corruption. In 1974, I turned down a $500,000 bribe from developers linked to the mob to rezone 17 acres adjacent to the George Washington Bridge right where the access lanes were closed this past September.” The former mayor of Fort Lee is here to explain why New Jersey is so corrupt.

+ L.A. officials told the city’s garbage men not to nap on the job. That decision could cost them $26 million.