New York City isn’t easy, and the virus will learn that soon. Deadly though it may be, it cannot outhustle New Yorkers.
“Sanctuary Cities” that reject federal law and coordination for illegal immigrants are now begging for federal help to combat the Wuhan virus.
In a time when New York City needs a serious leader, Bill de Blasio has failed on all counts.
Keeping New York City schools open in the face of coronavirus makes a mockery of social distancing. Close the schools.
In the wake of the Wuhan Virus New York’s governor has been acting kind of strange.
With each new antisemitic attack, the left and right bicker about whose side is to blame for the escalation. Meanwhile, American Jews bear the brunt of our inability to unite against antisemitism.
The latest attack on Jews in New York betrays a government too afraid to act to protect its citizens.
It just shouldn’t be this hard for our leaders to recognize and condemn antisemitism. Without widespread pushback, antisemitism will become normalized. That opens the door to more dangers.
Bill de Blasio explains how he believes white supremacy movements are the actual culprits of violence related to anti-semitism and other hate crimes.
This week, Leslie Miller Chislett became the fourth employee of the New York City DOE to bring suit against the department for its anti-white bias.
Now that de Blasio is no longer running for president, the mayor will have more time to hide in the city’s Gracie Mansion and log more seven-hour work months rather than face the serious problems that have plagued the city for years.
Democratic presidential candidate and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appeared on Fox News, and defended using a fleet of cars to go to and from the gym despite his rhetoric about climate change.
Merit is now racist, as far as Bill de Blasio’s School Diversity Advisory Group is concerned. His new plans are just the next step in active discrimination against hardworking students, for the sake of equal outcomes.
Daniel Pantaleo was fired from the New York City Police Department Monday for his involvement in the death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man.
Some Democratic presidential candidates are coming up with some odd reasons they think they are the right person to take on Donald Trump next year.
Former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke can’t change a tire, and Montana Governor Steve Bullock can’t use a grill. No man cards for them.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Ben Domenech chats with City Journal Managing Editor Paul Beston.
Daniel Pantaleo was suspended from the New York Police Department Friday over the killing an unarmed black man in a chokehold.
The former president so closely tied to frontrunner Joe Biden saw much of his legacy thrown under the bus.
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