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Trump may be right about the White House being bugged

President Trump seems to be confirming something I wrote a couple weeks ago — the White House may be bugged. When Trump finally admitted recently that he doesn’t have tapes of his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey, the president also hinted that the …

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De Blasio’s feud with the feds puts anti-terror funds at risk

Mayor de Blasio and Congress are putting the lives of New Yorkers at risk. De Blasio by his stubborn refusal to comply with federal law and cooperate with immigration authorities; Congress by its overreaction in attempting to cut homeland-security funds that the NYPD and FDNY …

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How the Supreme Court is restoring religious liberty in America

‘God save the United States and this honorable court.” Even with all the cynicism in our politics, that prayer is still the traditional announcement of the opening of a session of the highest court in our land. And it’s starting to look like one good …

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With Paul Massey’s withdrawal, the race is now on for mayor of New York

Paul Massey’s surprise withdrawal from the mayoral race clears Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis’ way to the Republican nomination and a vigorous challenge to Mayor de Blasio’s re-election. A primary fight is usually a good thing, toughening up the eventual winner for the final faceoff. If Massey …

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NY lawmakers secretly hand out your money for their own pet causes — again

Keep your hand on your wallet: The Legislature is back in session, and lawmakers are addicted to doling out taxpayer cash to their pet causes — while wiping away their fingerprints. As the Empire Center for Public Policy noted last week, the state Senate and …

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How Obama let Putin meddle in our elections, a simple fix for health care & other comments

From the right: Let Consumers Repeal ObamaCare Conservative critics are right that the Senate GOP replacement bill “doesn’t go nearly far enough to lower health insurance premiums,” says Robert L. Pollock at Real Clear Politics. So he suggests adding “simple language” to create “an Optional …

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NYC is better than ever — and it’s ruining our subway system

Our public-transportation woes are the key marker that New York City has become a “catastrophic success” — something so popular, it outstrips its own capacity to serve the people flocking to it. The city’s quarter-century comeback from the muck of disorder into which it had …

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The media will do anything to bash Trump — and now they’re hurting

It was many years ago, but the memory lingers of the first time I was embarrassed to be a journalist. It was a steamy summer afternoon and reporters and photographers were shoe-horned into a small Manhattan apartment for a civic group’s announcement. As we waited, …

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Republican senators’ choice: Govern or lose

Having delayed any vote on their ObamaCare repeal plan, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, until after the July 4 recess, Senate leaders better use that time to sell the bill to voters and their own nervous nellies. Take the scary Congressional Budget Office estimate that …

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Legislature’s special session isn’t looking like a sausage factory, but a madhouse

What’s the impact of Gov. Cuomo’s ordering the Legislature back for a special session? Sen. Michael Gianaris (D-Queens) on Tuesday summed it up nicely: “We’re coming back tomorrow but no one knows exactly what for. It’s a mess.” Cuomo’s action cites the need to renew …

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