Tag Archives: NY Post Opinion

Kanye West’s inconvenient truths and other comments

From the right: A Growing Mystery in Saudi Arabia Seven women and three men, all well-known advocates for women’s rights, were arrested last week by Saudi Arabia’s internal security agency and are being held in secret locations without access to counsel. They’ve been charged with …

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Defending spies in the Trump campaign is the height of liberal hypocrisy

It has been said that if you live long enough, you will see everything. I’m experiencing that feeling as I watch The New York Times and Washington Post abandon their ultra-liberal leanings to defend government spying on innocent American citizens. The case shows Trump Derangement …

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A bizarre ‘blacklist’ at Sarah Jessica Parker’s gala

Here’s a tip for Sarah Jessica Parker: Don’t blacklist the people you think you’re helping. As The Post’s Lisa Fickenscher reported, the “Sex and the City” star just held a fund-raiser for a group pushing a massive minimum-wage hike for New York restaurant staff — …

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The Obamas’ Netflix deal proves it’s time to stop paying ex-presidents

Conservatives aren’t the only ones with reasonable gripes about the news that Barack and Michelle Obama have signed a multi-year production deal with Netflix. Forget the increasing politicization of entertainment for a moment. Why are the taxpayers still laying out vast sums every year for …

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‘Collusion’ and the insane media divide

The Trump presidency is often a kind of political “Rashomon,” with partisans on either side looking at the same facts and coming to wildly different conclusions. So it’s all the more remarkable that the central controversy of our time isn’t a fight over one story …

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When will Hillary get over it, the GOP’s not-so-imminent collapse and other comments

Conservative: When Will Hillary Finally Get Over it? Unlike other presidential wannabes who came up short, suggests Jim Treacher at PJ Media, Hillary Clinton is making “a second career out of whining about losing an election.” Even Al Gore quickly “found much greater success by …

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Get ready for Fleet Week 2018

New York’s 30th annual Fleet Week starts Wednesday with the Parade of Ships on the Hudson from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Some 2,300 Marines and sailors, both Navy and Coast Guard, will flood the streets. Grateful New Yorkers can thank these men and women …

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Unions only have themselves to blame for losing members

Labor leaders are panicking ahead of a Supreme Court decision in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, which could drastically alter the relationship between government unions and employees forced to fund their activity. Adding to their woes is a new study …

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America still needs a serious China policy

We are currently engaged in a high-profile negotiation that may or may not succeed in getting the Chinese to buy more of our stuff. This is a fine goal as far as it goes, although that isn’t very far. It doesn’t matter if China is …

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Mike Pompeo just gave the Iran speech Kerry should have given

In his first major speech as secretary of state — a searing 20-minute stemwinder — Mike Pompeo on Monday laid out the new US strategy toward Iran, following President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear agreement. Pompeo unveiled Washington’s plan to deploy intense …

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