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Donald Trump's indictment case has a looming 2024 end date

When Special Counsel Jack Smith walked before cameras on Friday after the release of the Trump 44-page indictment against former President Donald Trump, he started with arguably his most difficult...

The 'Wrongthink' case against Biden could help end federal policing of public speech

We never voted for a Ministry of Truth. Not a single cent more of our money should go towards silencing ourselves.

CNN showed Licht the door after he spoke truth to woke power

Chris Licht was ousted as CNN CEO this week after an extensive Atlantic magazine profile featured him imprudently offering unvarnished opinions about various left-wing shibboleths at the cable network.

Madness stalks Gotham's streets — and citizens — every day

Gotham's crazy weather only lasted a few days, but the madness in the streets never seems to end.

DeSantis will beat Trump on COVID — unless he blows it

As early as March 2020, Trump worried aloud that heavy-handed “cures” might be more injurious than the disease itself, expressing his sincere hope that the country might reopen by Easter.

Biden’s lies keep piling up, AI outrage shows Don’s weakness and other commentary

“The DeSantis team shouldn’t be tarring its golden ammunition with unnecessary fake images of Trump and Fauci.” Doing so “hands the Trump campaign its only remaining defense: cry victim, again.”

Canada's smoky gift to NYC: Letters to the Editor — June 10, 2023

The Issue: Large quantities of smoke from Canadian wildfires that spread over the East Coast this week. As a Californian, I give all in New York City and beyond the...

Jamie Raskin is the Dems' newest 'designated liar' in Biden bribe probe

Jamie Raskin got called out for lying about a trusted FBI informant's allegations that Joe Biden accepted a $5 million bribe while serving as vice president.

Both Democrats and Republicans have failed to stop illegal immigration

That the city’s residents should start to put up the illegal migrants in our own cramped apartments. Well here’s an idea: No. Absolutely not.

CUNY’s troubling Jew-hatred sanctioning is bigotry on the taxpayer's dime

New Yorkers shouldn’t have to send involuntary contributions to a school that has become a megaphone for Jew-hatred. We deserve public higher education that promotes respect and inclusion instead of...

Tower at 111 Wall Street epitomizes crisis of NYC's commercial real-estate market

Nightingale Group and Wafra Capital Partners bought a $175 million long-term leasehold on the 25-story, 1.2 million-square-foot tower at 111 Wall St. in 2019 when Citigroup moved out.

PGA's sick Saudi deal: Letters to the Editor — June 9, 2023

Post readers discuss the PGA Tour’s announcement that it is merging with LIV Golf, a Saudi Arabia-backed tour.

Work from home, empty offices leading to 'doom loop' for NYC: study

Owners of commercial office buildings can only ignore this reality for so long. When the market is violently repriced, New York City’s tax revenues are going to tank and the...

NY Democrats turn 'campaign reform' into a new perk for incumbents

The Senate and Assembly Election Law committee chairs introduced last-minute fiddles to the state’s public-campaign-funding law that will kick in for next year's elections.

Stop green fanatics from wrecking our national security

The Biden administration proposed a rule to force companies doing business with the Pentagon to reveal their emissions totals and set “science-based” carbon-reduction goals

Mayor: Why should my town bail out failure of Dems on illegal migrants?

As Republican mayor of Cornwall-on-Hudson in Orange County, James A. Gagliano was invited on a call with Mayor Eric Adams, where Adams encouraged the towns to accept migrants bussed from...

50,000 New Yorkers died fighting slavery — is that not reparations?

Now New York is to get a full ration of reparations bushwa: Albany intends to establish a commission to “study” the matter — though if California’s recent experience is a...

Human Rights Campaign's LGBTQ 'emergency' is all about money and politics

The Human Rights Campaign, in its words, has “officially declared a state of emergency for LGBTQ+ people in the United States.”

The week in whoppers: Pooh-pooing Biden corruption, CNN's tone-shift on prez and more

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough claimed that most Americans don't care about potential corruption involving President Biden and his family.

Civics education's decline creates ignorant adults whose voices and votes hurt us all

Kids with a compromised sense of national identity become ignorant adults who wield their voices and votes to their own and the collective’s ultimate detriment.