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Trump’s trade policy, IG report leads to stock market jitters

What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas — but what happens in Washington goes around the world in a blink of an eye. US equity markets opened lower on Monday, following the lead of stocks around the world as turmoil in DC — from …

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Stop breaking up families at the border

House Speaker Paul Ryan says he wants to stop the mass separation of children from their families along the border, but his bid to fix it is pathetic. And President Trump’s claim that Democrats need to change the relevant law is no better. The immediate …

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Keep breaking the Albany logjams

As state lawmakers get set to wrap up for the year, some logjams are starting to break. Let’s hope the trend continues. The Assembly has given ground on two big Post priorities. It has finally agreed to toughen the child-sex-trafficking law, and to make “revenge …

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The stunning evidence of Harvard’s racism

Harvard University records unveiled Friday show the school engages in blatant, egregious racism in the name of diversity. The info came out thanks to the lawsuit by Students for Fair Admissions over admission policies that discriminate against Asian-Americans. Perhaps the most damaging revelation was a …

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FBI head proves Washington has a vendetta against Trump

As FBI director Christopher Wray started giving his response to the blistering report on the Hillary Clinton investigation, I hoped he would accept the findings as proof the agency lost its way and must be shaken to its foundation. By the time he finished talking, …

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Criticisms of NYPD’s gang database are utterly ridiculous

Criticism of the NYPD’s gang database proves it once and for all: No policing tool is safe from New York City radicals. Well, too bad for them: At a City Council hearing Wednesday, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea demolished their every argument, driving home …

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Why is the Assembly letting Cuomo’s wasteful policies slide?

Evidence keeps proving that the billions Gov. Cuomo shells out for “economic development” are being wasted — when not being used corruptly. Yet Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie continues to sit on bills that would shed light on the outlays. With the corruption trial of Alain …

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Why Canadians will never give up American products

When I moved to New York a decade ago, my family and friends in Canada turned me into their cross-border mule. It was never drugs, alcohol or cigarettes that I was asked to smuggle across the border to avoid paying a hefty tariff or Canada …

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Trump’s alpha dog strategy is making the world fall into line

During the 2016 presidential campaign, the criticisms of Donald Trump came thick and fast: that he was a political amateur, inexperienced in the ways of government, a babe in the swamp of Washington. And yet, he steamrolled his GOP opposition and crushed Hillary Clinton in …

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Beauty pageant contestants aren’t #MeToo victims

Last week the 96-year-old Miss America competition decided to drop the swimsuit portion of their event. The move is widely regarded as a consequence of the MeToo movement, a way to stop the degradation of women. The longtime beauty pageant will no longer focus on …

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