Rot of journalism ethics at New York Times has turned into leftist plague

There’s not a single journalist, dead or alive, who hasn’t missed a story, made a mistake or mangled a quote. It comes with the...

The Biden-Harris battle is really all about love

Kamala Harris’ offensive against Joe Biden isn’t about busing, or segregationist senators, or gender or race. It isn’t about policy, really. It’s about two...

Did a dirty intelligence op create the ‘collusion’ probe?

Hidden behind a wall of secrecy is the truth about what really happened during the FBI and CIA’s joint investigation of the Trump campaign...

Today’s Democrats should model themselves after Ed Koch’s principled bipartisanship

He would put party aside and do what was best for New York. That was how Mayor Ed Koch, a lifelong Democrat, defended his...

These good Samaritan cops are the true face of the NYPD

It was the Fourth of July, and the woman was hungry. In the Whole Foods market in Manhattan’s Union Square, not far from New York...

US women’s soccer team equal-pay gripe is less than it seems

The women of the US national soccer team are famous for ­being extraordinary athletes, repeat world champions — and plaintiffs. The team’s lawsuit alleging pay...

Our border troubles are going to get a lot worse

Word is spreading worldwide, even to sub-Saharan Africa, that the US has an open southern border and an open checkbook. This summer, thousands of Africans...

Today’s Democrats should model themselves after Ed Koch’s principled bi-partisanship

He would put party aside and do what was best for New York. That is how Mayor Ed Koch, a lifelong Democrat, defended his...

Liberals are eating their friends as well as their enemies

With Democrats increasingly attacking each other with a vitriol they once reserved for President Trump, an anecdote involving President Lyndon Johnson fits the moment....

Two decades of NYC’s struggles with growth

This month is a milestone New York-versary for me: I will have lived in the Big Apple for two decades. It’s easy to construct...

2020 Dems must change course now before they fall off left-wing cliff

The term “America First” gets a bad rap, but at this point Americans should be hoping against hope that the wellbeing of the nation...

It’s time for a federal civil rights intervention in Portland

The savage beating of journalist Andy Ngo in Portland by far-left antifa rioters last Saturday shocked everyone. Well, conservatives anyway, plus a few honorable...

Nike’s pathetic Colin Kaepernick bungle turned Betsy Ross flag into racist symbol

Nike is doing it wrong. I don’t mean the shoemaking, though that thing with Zion Williamson was pretty bad, I have to say. No, Nike is...

This Fourth of July, why patriotism is worth defending

For the haters, it’s open season on the American ideal. Colin Kaepernick doesn’t like today’s American flag because it reminds him of police brutality and...

America’s new ballparks prove public architecture can still be beautiful

We live in an era of public ugliness, of architects who deliberately make their forms unsightly and inhuman and of public art installations that...

The Palestinians’ eternal ‘no’

Thirty uniformed men surrounded Ashraf Ghanem’s home in Hebron, the West Bank, last weekend. He managed somehow to escape and, now in hiding, tell...

This Fourth of July, why have we lost our patriotism?

For the haters, it’s open season on the American ideal. Colin Kaepernick doesn’t like today’s American flag because it reminds him of police brutality and...

Democrats’ perverse health care priorities

It’s official: Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez confirms his party fully endorses free health care for illegal immigrants. That puts illegals ahead of...

Mahmoud Abbas blows his chance at achieving peace in the Middle East

JERUSALEM — The contrast is striking. President Trump, after threatening to obliterate North Korea, develops a “friendship” with Kim Jong Un, exchanges warm personal...

The grand swindle of ‘progress’ in the city’s public schools

If Jamie Dimon ran his banks as fraudulently as Richard Carranza runs New York City’s schools, the feds would be on him like pigeons...

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