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Twitter’s speech police will silence the weak

Twitter — which once prided itself on being the “free speech wing of the free speech party” — is trying to figure out just how much of that support for free speech it needs to jettison if it’s going to stop being known as the …

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Next on ISIS: a global rat-hunt

Raqqa, ISIS’s de facto capital in Syria, has fallen, capping the destruction of the Islamic State’s modern-day grand caliphate. But the terror group is still dangerous — in many ways, even more so. With US-backed Kurdish and Arab forces cleaning out a few last pockets …

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Will people now believe Corey Feldman about Hollywood abusers?

One of the big lessons from the Harvey Weinstein scandal is the number of victims who weren’t believed. Model Zoë Brock said Weinstein chased her around a hotel room naked, begging for a massage. It was 1997, and “no one believed my story,” Brock said. …

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Cuomo’s collapsing hi-tech upstate dreams

It’s all about the ribbon-cutting. That seems to be Gov. Cuomo’s approach to Upstate’s economy — and he made sure he was front and center for Tuesday’s photo-op at a Plattsburgh plant opening. Too bad Upstate’s job growth, which crept along at just half the …

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The real Russian threat, Kaepernick probably won’t win & other comments

Urban expert: Andrew Cuomo’s Subsidy Sinkhole Gov. Cuomo never misses an opportunity to proclaim that “Upstate is back.” But Greg David at Crain’s New York says a new Federal Reserve Bank report strongly suggests that “upstate revival has stalled and the worst performance is in …

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Senate Republicans are doing their best to prove Steve Bannon right

The United States Courts, the third branch of government laid out in the Constitution, maintains a Web site that tracks vacancies among its 890 authorized judgeships. That site is continually updated, but for conservative supporters of President Trump most concerned with the judiciary — and …

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Scandal-plagued de Blasio catches break Ed Koch never did

It is a tale of two scandals. And how one crooked City Hall was rocked by prosecutions and another got a free pass. With Mayor de Blasio apparently coasting to reelection, it is useful to look back at his brush with the law — and …

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What the plagiarist principal should copy next

Joseph Scarmato, the principal of Staten Island’s Tottenville HS, stands exposed as a plagiarist. How can he do his job now — unless he punishes himself? After all, he apparently set new rules against student plagiarism before putting his own name on someone else’s work …

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Team Obama’s stunning cover-up of Russian crimes

It turns out the Obama administration knew the Russians were engaged in bribery, kickbacks and extortion in order to gain control of US atomic resources — yet still OK’d that 2010 deal to give Moscow control of one-fifth of America’s uranium. This reeks. Peter Schweizer …

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Where’s Jesus? Vegas guard’s vanishing just the latest mass-shooting mystery

The mass shooting in Las Vegas has only gotten stranger in the weeks since. Before explaining how, let me emphasize at the outset: Do not read this column as implying any sort of conspiracy theory. In fact, even now — more than two weeks after …

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