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Ryan’s right: Tax reform this year is a mustPaul Ryan

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 20:01:47 -0400

House Speaker Paul Ryan is right to push for a permanent tax reform — one he promised to get done this year. Skeptics now doubt that Congress will achieve much of anything this year, what with Democrats and most of the media committed to “The Resistance.” But most voters still want Washington to get its...

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A gift for NYC’s gifted & talentedgifted-talented-schools

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:58:05 -0400

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and Brooklyn Beep Eric Adams just moved the ball forward on improving city Gifted and Talented programs for toddlers. In a report released Wednesday, they aim to prevent ZIP codes from defining the destinies of promising black and Hispanic students — without confusing “equal access” with “equal outcomes.” One...

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Good riddance to the Russia myth — and blame Team Obama for promoting itFormer Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson Testifies To House Intel Committee Hearing On Russia Interference In Election

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:54:40 -0400

Ex-Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson’s testimony Wednesday should mark the definitive end of “Russia hacked the election” hysteria. Too bad it took so long to get to this point. Johnson told the House Intelligence Committee outright that the Russians failed to alter “ballots, ballot counts or reporting of election results.” Yes, it’s clear Russia (with...

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A bogus bid to create a new form of cellphone privacycell-phone-robbery-gps

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:51:39 -0400

Next time you set out to commit armed robbery, leave your cellphone home. Timothy Carpenter was convicted of stealing smartphones from a string of T-Mobile and Radio Shack stores. But he wasn’t too smart himself. He used his cellphone to call 15 various getaway drivers during the spree. The calls were his undoing. The FBI...

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Jared Kushner’s falling into a trap on Mideast peacePalestinian President Abbas Meets With Jared Kushner

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:51:28 -0400

TEL AVIV  — Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, landed here Wednesday to officially kick off what might be the toughest portion of his wide-ranging responsibilities: Arab-Israeli peace. Kushner arrived for an 18-hour visit on the first day of summer and was greeted with a rare treat: mid-June rain. That’ll likely be Kushner’s last pleasant Mideast...

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Trump should copy Truman and make Congress work through AugustPresident Trump Discusses Healthcare Plan With Key House Committee Chairmen

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:45:32 -0400

President Trump, time to read up on Harry Truman. The president has mentioned Andrew Jackson as a role model, yet as Congress careens toward a recess it hasn’t earned, “Give ’em Hell Harry” might be the better history teacher. Truman, remember, got his back up and cut short Congress’ vacation at a crucial moment in...

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How liberal minds closed on immigration, raising kids as authoritarians and other notable commentaryGA Democratic Congressional Candidate Jon Ossoff Holds Election Night Event

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 17:56:22 -0400

From the left: How Liberal Minds Closed on Immigration The Atlantic’s Peter Beinart says liberals’ views on immigration were far more hardline just a decade ago. He points out that “liberals publicly questioned immigration in ways that would shock many progressives today.” A big reason for the change, according to Beinart, was political: “Between 2008...

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Philando Castile died because he exercised his right to bear arms

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 14:06:27 -0400

Philando Castile did what you are supposed to do if you have a concealed-carry permit and get pulled over by police: He let the officer know he had a gun. Had Castile been less forthcoming, he would still be alive. Last Friday a Minnesota jury acquitted the cop who killed Castile of second-degree manslaughter, demonstrating...

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Trump’s top-notch legal team could save the GOPWASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 8: Marc E. Kasowitz, attorney for Preside

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 05:01:19 -0400

President Trump probably doesn’t think he has had an adequate spokesperson since the days of “John Miller.” But his legal team — composed of very real and accomplished people — seems to be coming together nicely. No matter how Democrats try to spin it, there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. And...

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What Democrats can learn from spending $30M on a House race — and losingJon Ossoff

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 02:56:20 -0400

Before we go overboard analyzing the meaning of the narrow special-election victory of a Republican in a Republican district, we should remember how it came to be that a Democrat named Jon Ossoff managed to raise and spend more than $30 million in this House race — the most expensive such race in history by...

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The truth about mayoral control under de BlasioDineen Riviezzon Brooklyn Supreme Court judge

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 00:36:14 -0400

A dose of exaggeration is inevitable and occasionally welcome in politics. But in making his case for  keeping control of New York schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio is crossing the line into pulp fiction. Standing in City Hall’s glorious rotunda, the mayor warned that any change would invite the return of “chaos” and “corruption.” The...

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We’re the greatest city in the world and our subways suck051617PENN8GPM.jpg

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 23:51:12 -0400

The continual and worsening condition of our subway system is an affront to our very identity as New Yorkers: We live and work in ostensibly the greatest city in the world, the center of finance, media, culture — and this is our infrastructure? Tuesday morning’s rush-hour malfunction, which caused massive delays and bottlenecking throughout seven...

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De Blasio, council teaming up to kick the last real circus out of townOpening Night Reception For "UniverSoul Circus" - Arrivals

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:37:39 -0400

Mayor de Blasio failed to destroy the carriage-horse business and throw drivers out of work, but now he’s working with the City Council to kill the last traditional circus that still comes to town. Ironically, UniverSoul Circus features mostly African-American performers and aims mainly to serve underprivileged neighborhoods. It’s come to New York for 20...

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How Cuomo can lead the way to saving the subwayPower Outage Affects MTA Subway Service Citywide

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:33:49 -0400

Subway delays have hit a crisis point, and it’s up to New York’s “infrastructure governor” to lead the way out. On Tuesday, it happened again: Morning rush-hour delays of an hour or more had commuters pulling their hair out. Signal problems tied up the B, C, D, A, E, F and M lines. All service...

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Hormone therapy is a horrible risk for kidsdoctors-kids-hormones

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:24:12 -0400

Bathroom signs are temporary, but hormones are forever. That seems to be the implication of a new paper called “Growing Pains: Problems with Puberty Suppression in Treating Gender Dysphoria,” published in the journal The New Atlantis this week. Paul Hruz of the Washington University Medical School and Lawrence Mayer and Paul McHugh of Johns Hopkins...

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Next up: a special counsel to probe Team Obama’s obstruction of justiceAttorney General Loretta Lynch Delivers Her Farewell Address At The Justice Department

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:22:54 -0400

By using fired FBI Director James Comey to attack the new Republican administration, Democrats have opened up a legal can of worms for the Obama administration. Under sworn questioning, Comey has veered off the topic of President Trump and Russia and revealed several damning incidents in which his predecessor’s administration politically interfered in the Hillary...

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Why so many rapes go unsolved, flirting with war in Syria & other commentsAssad regime hits residential areas with barrel bombs in Daraa

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 17:24:26 -0400

From the right: Anchor Blames Scalise for Being Shot CBS’s Scott Pelley appeared to blame Rep. Steve Scalise for his own shooting last week. “It’s time to ask whether the attack on the United States Congress, yesterday, was foreseeable, predictable and, to some degree, self-inflicted,” the long-time anchor stated. Power Line’s Scott Johnson fired back...

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Every kid merits the same shotclassroom-feature

Mon, 19 Jun 2017 23:08:52 -0400

New York’s primary obligation under the state Constitution is the fair and proper education of every child regardless of venue, regardless of ethnicity and, more importantly, regardless of wealth. Like my three children, I am a product of public education, and they and I are very lucky for it. We did not have to fight...

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The Supremes slap down the ‘hate speech’ censorsUS-MUSIC-RACISM-COURT-COPYRIGHT

Mon, 19 Jun 2017 19:18:05 -0400

Even a divided Supreme Court can speak clearly, as in Monday’s unanimous 8-0 ruling that the First Amendment protects offensive speech. Technically, the impact is more limited, striking down a 70-year-old federal law that banned the registration of “disparaging” trademarks. And the justices managed to split 4-4 as to why that law is unconstitutional. But...

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Lives in the balance if Kendra’s Law lapses170501-kendra-feature

Mon, 19 Jun 2017 19:14:27 -0400

In yet another game of chicken, the Legislature could finish up this week without renewing Kendra’s Law — and so needlessly put the public at risk. Letting the law expire would allow as many as 3,000 seriously mentally ill New Yorkers in mandated treatment to go off the meds that keep them functioning normally. Passed...

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