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The Supremes slap down the ‘hate speech’ censors

Even a divided Supreme Court can speak clearly, as in Monday’s unanimous 8-0 ruling that the First Amendment protects offensive speech. Technically, the impact is more limited, striking down a 70-year-old federal law that banned the registration of “disparaging” trademarks. And the justices managed to …

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Trump’s ‘impeachment’ fight, three-parent families and other notable commentary

Legal expert: Prez Needn’t Fear the Word ‘Impeachment’ Team Trump thinks the word “impeachment” must be resisted to avoid creating “political conditions in which it could actually happen.” But that’s a mistake, writes National Review’s Andrew McCarthy. First, “there is no legal obstruction case” against …

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State Dept. must help make Turkey pay for assault on protesters

Local Washington, DC, law enforcement last week filed charges against a dozen members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail in last month’s violent attack on lawful protesters on US soil. It’s past time for the feds to play their part. The increasingly dictatorial …

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Telling terrorists how to attack New York City

More than any other place in the world, New York City remains in the crosshairs of violent terrorists. And unfortunately, our adversaries have multiplied. What was once the domain of a few top-down groups operating from the safe havens of failed or hostile spaces has …

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The truth about de Blasio’s ‘jobs plan’

Mayor de Blasio apparently has jobs on the brain as he campaigns for election. On Thursday, he unveiled a plan (well, a “pathway,” aides cautiously termed it) for creating 100,000 “high-paying” private-sector jobs over the next decade. It was long on rhetoric (including the trick …

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Team Trump comes through in the war on MS-13

In an early success of the Trump administration campaign to “devastate” MS-13 and similar gangs, the feds last week arrested close to 40 accused MS-13 gangbangers in the city and Long Island. Back on April 14, we noted: “Stomping out gangs like MS-13 ought to …

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Will the City Council ever stop aiming to kneecap the NYPD?

With crime at record lows and anti-police activists (and pols) emboldened, don’t be surprised if someone soon tries to scrap the NYPD altogether. After all, it already seems that with each passing day the city takes yet another step toward rendering cops powerless. New rules, …

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When it comes to canning Mueller, Trump should hold his fire

An Oscar Wilde line comes to mind: “I can resist everything except temptation,” said the famed playwright and novelist. Let’s hope President Trump is made of sturdier stuff and can resist the temptation to tell special counsel Robert Mueller, “You’re fired!” Understandably, Trump is considering …

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Why the ex-dominatrix cop is no embarrassment to Hudson County

Hudson County Sheriff’s Officer Kristen Hyman is fighting for her career after the brass found out she worked as a dominatrix a half-decade ago. Why not give her a chance to prove herself? She should be great at subduing perps. And her steamy past didn’t …

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Don’t be so quick to dismiss Trump’s coal mining initiative

ACOSTA, PA. — On a warm June morning, a large crowd gathered in the lush, gentle folds of the Allegheny Mountains to hear President Donald Trump live on video. “I’m absolutely thrilled to be speaking with you on this great, great day,” he said. “The …

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