The New York Times (front page): “Weiner’s Exit Sets Off a Race to Be Israel’s Better Friend”

Pace made the front page of Tuesday’s New York Times, where Chris Malone, prominently identified as an associate professor of political science at Pace, was quoted saying the forthcoming race to replace Congressman Anthony Wiener “will be a one-upsmanship on who is more pro-Israel.” At the end of the article, Malone also provided a second mention of Pace and the closing “kicker”: “Dr. Malone, the Pace political scientist, predicted that other issues would indeed emerge in the campaign, but said the importance of the Jewish vote would remain.

“There’s bigger fish to fry,” he said, “as long as they’re fried kosher.”

Dr. Christopher Malone

Pace made the front page of Tuesday’s New York Times, where Chris Malone, prominently identified as an associate professor of political science at Pace, was quoted saying the forthcoming race to replace Congressman Anthony Wiener “will be a one-upsmanship on who is more pro-Israel.”

At the end of the article, Malone also provided a second mention of Pace and the closing “kicker”: “Dr. Malone, the Pace political scientist, predicted that other issues would indeed emerge in the campaign, but said the importance of the Jewish vote would remain.

“There’s bigger fish to fry,” he said, “as long as they’re fried kosher.”

Read the full article.

A similar story with Malone ran on NY1 TV.

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USA Today: Political Science Professor Chris Malone Comments on Anthony Weiner Resignation

Professor Chris Malone is quoted in an article in USA Today on New York Rep. Anthony Weiner who resigned his House seat after a three-week Internet sex scandal.

Professor Chris Malone is quoted in an article in USA Today on New York Rep. Anthony Weiner who resigned his House seat after a three-week Internet sex scandal. 

From USA Today: “Weiner’s district, which spans neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens, is traditionally Democratic, but it was in jeopardy as New York lawmakers worked to redraw congressional districts. The state is slated to lose two seats as a result of the 2010 Census.

 “There was already talk of redistricting Anthony Weiner out of Congress before he resigned,” said Christopher Malone, an associate professor of political science at Pace University, who is active in New York Democratic politics.”

The New York Times: “True Blue in District Nine”

Christopher Malone, an associate professor of political science at Pace University and the director of the Pforzheimer Honors College on the New York City campus, writes an opinion article for The New York Times. Malone shares his opinion on Anthony Weiner, and politics.

Christopher Malone, an associate professor of political science at Pace University and the director of the Pforzheimer Honors College on the New York City campus, writes an opinion article for The New York Times. Malone shares his opinion on Anthony Weiner, and what the New York congressman’s sins could mean for his party. From the article:

Ultimately, though, Weinergate is just the latest example of the blurring of the lines between the public official and the private individual. I’m not sure this is a good thing. It makes us all dumber. I’d be willing to bet that most Americans can now tell you all about what Weiner did without being able to say one word about his legislative record as a US Congressman. And that is a shame.

Read the full opinion article in The New York Times.