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The method to Trump’s ‘madness,’ end tax breaks for college football & other comments

Historian: The Method in Trump’s ‘Madness’ The Democratic Party is still misdiagnosing why it lost last year’s election, contends Victor Davis Hanson at American Greatness. Just as they did after Hubert Humphrey’s 1968 defeat by Richard Nixon, Democrats “see too little identity politics rather than …

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Harvey’s web: unraveling the old pervs’ network

One thing that stares you in the face after Harvey Weinstein’s fall from grace is the vast web of connections and back-scratching that protected him for so long. Start with Woody Allen, who on Monday “clarified” his comments about being “sad for Harvey” (and “those …

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It’s not just Cy Vance: NY needs to rethink rules for DA donations

Like all the rest of New York state’s 62 district attorneys, Manhattan DA Cy Vance has long taken advantage of surprisingly lax campaign-finance laws to rake in thousands from criminal-defense lawyers. Now, finding himself unexpectedly in the harsh glare of the public spotlight, he says …

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Team de Blasio’s chaotic, costly rush to house the homeless

What do you get when you offer free city housing to anyone who asks and require little in return? Total chaos — and Tom DiNapoli’s new audit of homeless-shelter contracts is just more proof of that. The state comptroller checked the city’s shelter-contracting process for …

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Will Jersey voters fall for happy fantasies?

After eight years of Chris Christie, New Jersey voters can be forgiven for wanting to elect the complete opposite: a nice guy, who promises things rather than threatens them. But before Garden Staters pick Democrat Phil Murphy on Nov. 7, they should consider that the …

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From Carson to Kimmel: the collapse of the late-night empire

Jimmy Kimmel deserves credit for frankness, if nothing else. In an interview over the weekend, the ABC late-night host said he doesn’t care about losing Republican viewers. We’re a long way from Johnny Carson, whose “Tonight Show” was a national institution that enjoyed a broad …

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Team Trump is about to let Iraq fall into Iran’s hands

If President Trump wants to stop Iran from making the entire country of Iraq a subsidiary of the Revolutionary Guard, he’ll need to intervene in the burgeoning crisis in Kurdistan — and fast. On Monday, Iraqi forces trounced Kurdish fighters and emerged victorious in a …

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Why are baseball players allowed to eat and spit all game long?

Enough with whether the Yankees can come back, or if the Cubs have another World Series in them. The real question this baseball playoff season for viewers is: Why is it still OK for players to spit constantly? No matter the team or the player, …

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Hillary’s deal double standard, let Bernie headline a Women’s March & other comments

From the right: Hillary’s Nuke Deal Double Standard Hillary Clinton is complaining that President Trump has broken America’s word by decertifying the Iran nuclear deal. That, suggests Elliott Abrams at the Council on Foreign Relations blog, “is a subject on which she should really be …

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China puts rare pressure on US over Taiwan relationship

In a rare pressure campaign, the Chinese government is demanding Congress back off new laws that would strengthen the US relationship with Taiwan. Beijing’s efforts are the latest sign that it is stepping up its campaign to exert political influence inside countries around the world, …

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