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America the ‘exceptional?’ Compared to Russia, sure!Russian President Putin looks on during meeting with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan at Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow

Tue, 17 Sep 2013 23:04:09 -0400

President Obama’s handling of Syria has been a master political stroke (“What Obama’s Lost,” Amir Taheri, PostOpinion, Sept. 16). By threatening to strike Syria, he forced Bashar al-Assad’s most powerful ally, Vladimir Putin, to get involved. Putin knows there is nothing he could do if US bombs began falling on Damascus, which would severely strain...

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All quiet on the Hollywood frontGeorge Clooney

Mon, 16 Sep 2013 23:05:15 -0400

Even Hollywood seems baffled by the waffling, indecision and buck-passing going on in Washington (“The Silence of the Celebs on Syria,” L. Brent Bozell III, PostOpinion, Sept. 14). Suddenly, it’s no longer a great idea to ­co-sign anything and everything their fearless leader in the White House is doing or failing to do. What makes...

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The ABCs of school reform — why Ravitch is wrongFlorida News - June 8, 2011

Mon, 16 Sep 2013 22:53:24 -0400

Kyle Smith’s hatchet job on Diane Ravitch’s new book “Reign of Error: The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to Public Schools,” misses the mark (“Pain in the Class,” PostScript, Sept. 15). He castigates her for using “meaningless and irrelevant buzzwords that she hopes will inspire ill will,” yet is unable to restrain...

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Letters: Putin putting Obama to shamePutin warns US Syria strike could unleash 'new wave of terrorism'

Sun, 15 Sep 2013 20:36:14 -0400

The Issue: President Obama’s decision to put off a strike on Syria and consider a Russian plan. I find it fascinating that the Obama administration actually believes Vladimir Putin and Russia are going to save the day (“Putin, Unedited,” Editorial, Sept. 13). Why the sudden turnaround? The Cold War never ended; it was simply put...

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Letters: Show some classDavid Petraeus

Sat, 14 Sep 2013 19:43:39 -0400

As a retired military non-commissioned officer, it made my blood boil to see the total disrespect for Gen. David Petraeus by a group of CUNY students as he walked down the street after teaching a class (“Message to CUNY: Apologize,” Editorial, Sept. 13). These spoon-fed, ignorant miscreants have no perception of what respect for a...

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Readers: The wrong place for politics091113Brittney_Cofresi10GSB

Fri, 13 Sep 2013 20:27:53 -0400

My heart has, does and always will go out to all those who lost family, friends and loved ones on that terrible day 12 years ago (“9/11 ­Ceremony ­‘Crasher’ Slammed,” Sept. 12). I understand the symbolism and semi-closure that comes with reading aloud the names of all who perished. I recognize some of those names,...

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Letters: Remembering 9/11New York Commemorates The 12th Anniversary Of The September 11 Terror Attacks

Fri, 13 Sep 2013 19:52:15 -0400

I’ve just finished the day trying my best to memorialize and pray for the brave men and women who gave their lives on that sad day. (“Thousands Gather To Honor Lives Lost on 9/11,” Sept. 11). My wife and I recently visited Ground Zero, and I stood there in utter amazement looking upon the new...

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Letters: Bam’s incoherent addressObama Address to Nation on Syria

Thu, 12 Sep 2013 19:56:23 -0400

President Obama should return to leading from behind (“Commander in Speech,” Editorial, Sept. 11). No more following the bouncing “red line,” the “world drew the line” — or talk of “shots across the bow.” This is not a pirate movie, although Johnny Depp is a much more credible tough guy. It is truly a shame...

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Obama, Kerry: fools Russian inKerry

Wed, 11 Sep 2013 20:40:04 -0400

President Obama sure knows how to choose a secretary of state (“Kerry’s Killer Gaffes,” Rich Lowry, PostOpinion, Sept. 9). First he gave us Hillary Clinton. She’s the one who asked the question: “It’s 3 a.m. . . . Who do you want answering the phone?” She’s the one who asked the committee investigating Benghazi: “What...

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Protecting New Yorkers: Let cops do their jobsletterskelly

Wed, 11 Sep 2013 20:32:04 -0400

The Issue: Police Commissioner Ray Kelly’s remarks calling out candidates for not addressing terrorism I can’t for the life of me understand why Police Commissioner Ray Kelly seems to be apologizing for his work force. The NYPD is the greatest police department in the country, protecting (and very well, mind you) the largest city in...

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Readers: Hanging on to our hospitalsHospital Closings Protest

Tue, 10 Sep 2013 20:42:09 -0400

Stephen Berger led the commission that recommended widespread cuts to hospitals in Brooklyn (“Why NYC Needs Hospitals To Close,” Post­Opinion, Sept. 9). He thinks that hospitals should exist for profit, not to provide the best care to patients when and where they need it. The Brooklyn community hasn’t been given a voice in this process....

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Letters: RFK Jr.’s diary dramaThe Apple Store Soho Presents Meet The Filmmakers: The Last Mountain

Tue, 10 Sep 2013 20:21:39 -0400

I finally agree with a Kennedy about something: Rev. Al Sharpton gives me the creeps and has done more damage to the black cause than George Wallace (“Inside RFK’s Slam Book: Revs. Al & Jesse ‘Give Me Creeps,’ ” Sept. 9). John Conklin Yorktown Heights – Amusing as it may be to observe someone I’ve always regarded as...

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Letters: Bloomberg’s de Blasio blastMichael Bloomberg

Mon, 09 Sep 2013 21:46:17 -0400

The Issue: The mayor’s claim that de Blasio is running a “racist” campaign and promoting class warfare *** Mayor Bloomberg has raised class warfare to new heights in his three terms in office, during which the middle class in New York City has been decimated (“ ‘Blas-ploitation’ Ad Slammed,” Sept. 8). There really are two cities...

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Letters: Looking back at BushBUSH

Mon, 09 Sep 2013 21:37:41 -0400

The Issue: How President Obama has handled the Middle Eastern conflict, compared to George W. Bush *** William McGurn claims President Obama got it right on drone use (“Don’t Blame Dubya,” PostOpinion, Sept. 6). George W. Bush used drones the way they were meant to be used: sparingly and surgically, acting upon precise intelligence. Obama...

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Letters: De Blasio’s vision for NYC090813DeBlasio_CCC2GSB

Mon, 09 Sep 2013 03:13:31 -0400

The Issue: Mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio’s rating in the polls and his agenda for New York City. *** The high poll numbers for Bill de Blasio are puzzling for any critical- thinking New Yorker (“The Left Strikes Back,” Editorial, Sept. 4). He is quixotic and has all the heft and substance of a Wiffle...

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Letters: One less prisoner to feedFile photo of Ariel Castro, 53, sitting in the courtroom during his sentencing for kidnapping, rape and murder in Cleveland

Mon, 09 Sep 2013 03:08:34 -0400

The Issue: The suicide of Ariel Castro, who was serving a life sentence for kidnapping, rape and torture. *** Ariel Castro has done the world a favor, particularly the taxpayers who would have been on the hook to provide him with housing, health care and recreation for as long as he lived (“Ohio Kidnapper Kills...

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Press hypocrisy on baby AntiqBrooklyn Residents Mourn One Year Old Child Killed In Gun Violence

Fri, 06 Sep 2013 19:36:57 -0400

With Christine Quinn trying to advertise how she will undo the stop-and-frisk policy and outdo her rivals with her pleas regarding the insults to thousands of young men of color, one must simply look at The Post for a dose of reality (“The Gray Lady’s Blues,” Editorial, Sept. 5). While her all-out war on the...

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Whose (red) line is it anyway?G20 Leaders Meet In St. Petersburg For The Summit

Fri, 06 Sep 2013 19:01:27 -0400

President Obama drew a line in the sand and said he would not tolerate chemical weapons being used (“The Buck Stops . . . Where?” Editorial, Sept. 5). Now he says that he didn’t draw that line in the sand, but the world community did. I don’t see the world community siding with him on this issue. Moreover,...

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Readers’ love for swimming heroineDiana Nyad

Thu, 05 Sep 2013 23:33:00 -0400

God Bless Diana Nyad for her record-breaking swim from Havana to Key West (“64-year-old Swims From Cuba to Florida — Without a Shark Cage,” Sept. 2). She persevered and kept aiming for her goal at age 64. Let’s hear it for women. Matt Engel Wilkes Barre, Pa.   Congratulations to Nyad. Her swim from Cuba...

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Letters: Shaping classrooms, not the students within090611LibertyMedal13CJ

Thu, 05 Sep 2013 21:36:39 -0400

Eva Moskowitz’s description of Bill de Blasio’s vicious attacks on New York City’s charter schools is a succinct summary of how liberals will do anything they can get away with to make sure people on the bottom of the economic ladder stay there (“Bill de Blasio’s War on Good Schools,” Post­Opinion, Sept. 4). Moskowitz’s piece...

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