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Nearly three years after the Success Academy first requested public school space for a new middle school in Southeast Queens, the Department of Education finally gave an official answer: Go rent some inadequate private space. The DOE is “offering...
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So, Adam Schiff, when can we expect this man to take the stand? Badly undermining Democrats’ impeachment narrative, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko told the press in Kiev on Thursday, “I have never seen a direct relationship between...
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Friday’s impeachment show again focused on making President Trump look bad — not on providing evidence of any impeachable offense. Marie Yovanovitch was already the former US ambassador to Ukraine when Democrats claim Trump’s “bribery...
New York Post › Opinions › 4 hours ago
Libertarian: Keep Gov’t Away From Social Media Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has a plan to “rein in the tech companies that he says wield unbridled influence over the American economy and society at large,” reports Billy Binion at Reason. Yang...
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If anyone still needs more proof that Iran can’t be trusted — and President Trump was right to pull out of the 2015 nuke deal with it — the International Atomic Energy Agency just provided some. The agency uncovered uranium particles at a...
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Given the way Gov. Andrew Cuomo uses state agencies and commissions as his private political tools, allegations about his meddling in state Joint Commission on Public Ethics affairs ring all too true. Julia Garcia, a JCOPE member appointed by Assembly...
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Democrats must have learned from the disastrous public hearings they’ve held in their attempt to impeach President Trump: Now, apparently, their witnesses must audition first behind closed doors before they go live before the TV cameras. That was the...
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Legal expert: Leaning Tower of Impeachment The biggest problem with House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry is “architectural,” argues Jonathan Turley at The Hill, because like tall buildings, it requires a “wide foundation” — yet lacks one...
New York Post › Opinions › 2 days ago
“Over the past two days, our society has been pushed to the brink of a total breakdown,” the Hong Kong police said at a Tuesday news conference. What they didn’t dare say is that it’s Beijing that’s doing the pushing. Last weekend was the...
New York Post › Opinions › 2 days ago
Sadly, Chuck Schumer probably wasn’t surprised at the flak he took for praising Rep. Peter King after the Long Island Republican announced his retirement. New York’s senior senator simply tweeted that King “stood head & shoulders above everyone...
New York Post › Opinions › 2 days ago
In their first day of public impeachment hearings, Democrats made clear just how weak their case is. In beyond-dull testimony, the Dems’ first witnesses, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent and US Chargé d’Affaires in Ukraine Bill...
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Libertarian: Pete’s ‘Fantasy’ Trillions Pete Buttigieg released his economic plan Friday — and, sighs Reason’s Scott Shackford, it’s an “expensive proposal to push for even greater amounts of federal spending and regulation in housing...
New York Post › Opinions › 3 days ago
Gov. Andrew Cuomo upped his histrionics on the Long Island natural-gas crisis Tuesday, formally threatening to revoke the license of National Grid, the utility that has stopped taking new gas customers. The company says it can’t take on new...
New York Post › Opinions › 3 days ago
Americans at large finally get to see the House impeachment hearings starting Wednesday — but that doesn’t make this “inquiry” any less of a farce. Democrats from Speaker Nancy Pelosi on down are open about their intentions here: The point now...
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Culture critic: How Screens Make Us Dumb No one should be surprised by the dramatic decline in American literacy, notes First Things’ Mark Bauerlein. After all, our children “reach for the phone before picking up a book, magazine or newspaper...
New York Post › Opinions › 5 days ago
Eye on the economy: Trump’s Helped Minorities Karl Smith at Bloomberg offers a “reasonable explanation” for the upward drift in President Trump’s approval ratings over the past two years: “The economic expansion has been particularly...
New York Post › Opinions › 5 days ago
The New York State Energy Research Development Authority really doesn’t want you to know how much you’ll have to pay for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s offshore-wind boondoggles. Our recent editorial on this waste cited the Empire Center’s Ken Girardin...
New York Post › Opinions › 5 days ago
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s slap at Williamsburg hipsters was even more ill-informed than we realized: It turns out gentrification has increased the ’hood’s Hispanic population. The 2005 rezoning of the Greenpoint-Williamsburg waterfront...
New York Post › Opinions › 5 days ago
You know things are bad when Mayor Bill de Blasio’s being more rational on an issue than Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But that’s the state of play on bracing for the impact of New York’s demented new rules on bail and pre-trial discovery. Come Jan. 1...
New York Post › Opinions › 6 days ago
Closing arguments finished up Thursday in the People of New York v. ExxonMobil — a trial that has utterly disgraced the people’s representatives, prosecutors from the state Attorney General’s Office. Time and again, state Supreme Court Justice...
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