Appeals Court Condescends To Muslims and Jews And New Yorks Police By October 15, 2015 What an obnoxious opinion from the Third United States Circuit Court of Appeals.The court reopened the lawsuit against New York City for keeping an eye out for terrorist plots in the Muslim community. Un-Making of a Mayor Is Being Republished As NY Turns for the Worse By September 23, 2015 What a nifty coincidence, if thats what it is.The Race Is On To Stop Anti-Semitism at CUNY As Israel Gets Attacked By March 9, 2016 Americans are mourning today the murder of one of their finest sons, Taylor Force, a West Point graduate. The Bratton-Kelly Feud Can Best Be Settled In the Next Election By December 31, 2015 In the feud if thats what it is between Police Commissioner William Bratton and his predecessor, Raymond Kelly, Im on Commissioner Kellys side.He made it through tours in Iraq and Afghanistan only to be stabbed to death by a Palestinian Arab terrorist on the streets of Tel Aviv. Horsepucky Is the Word For City Council Plan To Raise Its Own Pay By February 3, 2016 Mayor de Blasio is denying that a connection exists between the votes set for Friday on a pay raise for the City Council and the deal over the horse carriages in Central Park. I hope he sticks with the questions hes raising all the way to the mayoral race of 2017. Baby Left in Manger Reminds the City Of Safe Haven Laws By December 3, 2015 The newborn boy abandoned in a nativity display at a Queens church last week lucked out. Next: The Sheldon Silver Campaign Reform Act For Tax-Funded Elections By December 2, 2015 Sheldon Silver hasnt even been sentenced yet, and already the left is plumping for public financing of elections.
By July 9, 2015 Its astounding that there hasnt been more outrage at Mayor de Blasios threat to use the power of New York Citys purse to try to shut up Donald Trump. Court Provides a Template On Prejudice and Marriage By April 8, 2015 What does court precedent in New York state say about the notion that opposition to same-sex marriage is simply about prejudice? That Emerges as Question For New York Democrats By April 4, 2015 What would Ed Koch do? As Schumer Rises in Senate, What He Stands For Starts To Look Modest By March 30, 2015 The news that Senator Reids retirement announcement sets up Charles Schumer to be the Democratic leader in the Senate set off a twinge of Brooklyn pride. Schumer back when he was just an ambitious member of the House of Representatives…Thats good news for those whove been buying Obama Care to avoid the penalty, and even better news for those whove… Our Office Pool Posers By December 25, 2017 In memory of the late William Safire, place your bets now on possibilities for the year ahead.Use the available choices or try writing in your own scenarios.By December 18, 2017 Does the New York Times have to register with the government under the Foreign Agents Registration Act?
The act has been in the news lately in connection with the wide-ranging probe by special counsel Robert Mueller into foreign interference in the…Doubly so, given that hes doing so in the middle of an election. Religious Groups Waiting For Action by De Blasio On Use of Empty Schools By May 28, 2015 Within hours of the United States Supreme Court declining on March 30 to review the Bronx Household of Faith case, a lawsuit challenging New York Citys ban on private worship services in empty school buildings, Mayor Bill de Blasio responded with… That charge, after all, is being widely made by opponents of Indianas religious-freedom law. As President Obama scrambles for a deal with the Iranian mullahs, what would we be hearing from the last Democrat to get re-elected as mayor of this town? De Blasio Hits Up School For ,570 Per Pupil For the Right To Expand By March 16, 2015 The price of getting a new private school building built in Manhattan these days apparently includes a payoff of million for affordable housing. New York Police Crisis Beckons for a Strong Governor By January 2, 2015 As the crisis deepens between Mayor de Blasio and the cops, Im prompted to wonder what Calvin Coolidge would do.