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NY Gov. Kathy Hochul could learn a lesson from Levittown

Albany continues to clamor for ways to develop housing New Yorkers can afford. Perhaps look to the past for solutions -- to Levittown.

How the US pull-out from Kabul hurt women most

Two years after US forces left Afghanistan, the nation's women and girls have seen their rights stripped away beyond recognition.

Biden's student debt cancellation and more: Letters to the Editor — March 3, 2024

Blank check President Biden’s cancellation of more student loans is a textbook example of moral hazard (“Student debt racket,” Feb. 23). Risk-takers enjoy benefits when their decisions turn out well...

Michigan's 'uncommitted' voters confirm Israel's strengths — and Biden's weakness

Even though the progressive-led push netted over 100,000 votes, both Americans and Israelis want the war against Hamas to continue.

It's time for Hollywood to stop erasing Jews

According to the Academy, Jews – a mere 2.1% of the US population — are not considered minorities.?

How Gov. Hochul's antisemitism plan must change the NY school system

Lopping of the heads of the antisemitism hydra one by one won't work, governor. Here's what to do to change the system.

How faith-based charities are complicit with migrant traffickers

Faith-based NGOs like Annunciation House give aid and shelter to illegal migrants at the Us border. That means they are indirectly aiding human traffickers, according to reports.

MTA chief Janno Lieber can't tell you to take your congestion pricing complaints to Albany

MTA chief Janno Lieber is fed up with locals attacking the whole idea of congestion pricing at the public hearings on how it’ll be implemented.

Ivy League DEI plagiarists are likely the tip of a vast pyramid of con artists

Heads of DEI offices at top universities are being hit with plagiarism allegations going back decades.

Are Americans still capable of the same courage that Alexei Navalny showed?

Alexei Navalny, Russia’s leading opposition figure, died under suspicious circumstances on February 16 in an Arctic prison camp.

Shed a tear for America's rapidly vanishing freedoms

“Is the best of the free life behind us now?” Merle Haggard asked in a haunting 1982 country music hit song.

Don't count Michelle Obama out for 2024 — her whole life has been political

As President Biden’s poll numbers get weaker and weaker, the Democratic Party at some point will likely turn to Michelle Obama.

Time to prepare my tax returns — a monumental waste of time and money

My income tax is due in a few weeks as I'm pretty good at math, but I no longer prepare my own taxes.

Why does CNN waste airtime on pro-terror has-been Mehdi Hasan?

Mehdi Hasan slams President Biden on CNN for risking “not only his own presidency but the future of American democracy for the sake of Benjamin Netanyahu” and “the rest of...

Heads should roll over Gemini, therapy culture = sad kids and other commentary

Centrist: Heads Should Roll Over Gemini “It’s increasingly apparent that Gemini is among the more disastrous product rollouts in the history of Silicon Valley,” thunders Nate Silver at Silver Bulletin....

Hunter Biden, being 'high or drunk' is no excuse: Letters to the Editor — March 2, 2024

NY Post readers discuss First Son Hunter Biden’s testimony that he lied about proximity to his father during business deals.

20 new rules of politics Democrats have given us

The Left has created new rules for national politics. Here are 20 some precedents they now have established for America in the future:

Hunter admits Joe Biden's the 'big guy' at long last — but we knew all along

Hunter Biden admitted Joe Biden was the big guy mentioned in a shady email. But his lies are STILL going strong, because that's all he has left, according to reports.

Joe Biden is losing the war for the border to Donald Trump

On Thursday, President Biden and Donald Trump offered Americans a split-screen view of the border in Texas — Biden in Brownsville, on the Gulf end of the Rio Grande, and...

Putin proving his ambitions don't stop at Ukraine

The day before Vladimir Putin’s long yearly address to parliament, politicians from Transnistria, a pro-Kremlin breakaway region of Moldova, asked Putin to “protect” it against Moldova.

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