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Your gift to the mayor lets him ‘fight’ by going on vacation

Miami, Hamburg, Boston and now Rhode Island — four trips in little over a month. As Rich Calder noted in Tuesday’s Post, Mayor de Blasio took off for a Rhode Island family vacation just days after the Campaign Finance Board handed him an extra $1.6 …

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De Blasio’s bogus health savings cost the public billions

Sadly, Mayor de Blasio’s vacuuming up of taxpayer funds for his campaign is only a fraction of what he’s sending to his union allies — and he’s even more outrageous in how he justifies that. As The Post’s Yoav Gonen reports, new documents show more …

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A troubling way to ‘eradicate’ a disorder

Sigh: CBS News just profiled Iceland’s tremendous success in “eradicating Down syndrome births” — via abortion. “Since prenatal screening tests were introduced in Iceland in the early 2000s, the vast majority of women, close to 100 percent, who received a positive test for Down syndrome …

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C’ville violence was avoidable, no emojis at work (please!) & other comments

Conservative: Honest Conversation on Race Not Allowed Everyone seems to want “an honest conversation about race,” says Gary Abernathy at The Washington Post, but such conversations inevitably devolve into “accusations of racism — a word with a definition that has expanded to cover any expression …

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The VA is deeply, thoroughly broken

In 2014, after it was revealed that at least 75 US veterans had died while waiting to get appointments at their VA hospitals — with more than 120,000 never tended to, just abandoned or deliberately shuffled from one bureaucratic boondoggle to another — public outcry …

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Why ‘assimilation’ is a multicultural affair

Last month in Warsaw, President Trump said, “the West will never, ever be broken. Our values will prevail. Our people will thrive. And our civilization will triumph.” And did that throw the fat into the fire! The Atlantic’s Peter Beinart detected thinly veiled bigotry. Trump …

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Stop putting PC ideology before the needs of foster kids

“Becoming a foster parent is not a right, it’s a privilege.” That’s what Sandy Santana, executive director of the nonprofit advocacy group Children’s Rights, told The New York Times last week. He was explaining why he thought that states had authority to ban foster parents …

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Why Robert E. Lee would be OK with mothballing Confederate monuments

Robert E. Lee wasn’t a Nazi, and surely would have had no sympathy for the white supremacist goons who made his statue a rallying point in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend. That doesn’t change the fact that his statue is now associated with a campaign of …

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Does Charlottesville reflect America?, North Korea starts to blink & other comments

From the right: Does Charlottesville Reflect US Reality? The “repellant and disgusting” people who surfaced in Charlottesville this past weekend are all over the news. But Roger Simon at PJ Media wonders “how many of them are there really in this land of ours and …

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Charlottesville is why I’m glad I don’t support Trump

For the past seven months, fellow conservatives have pointed to Donald Trump’s appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and the deregulatory efforts of the Trump White House, among other things, and then demanded to know why my view of this presidency has remained …

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