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    Portland goons’ new thuggery

    As one of five members of Portland’s City Council, Dan Ryan cast the deciding vote against defunding the city’s cops — who had to return the favor only hours later as lefty goons attacked Ryan’s home. Two commissioners (as they’re titled) voted to cut the Portland Police Department’s budget by $18 million, or 8 percent, […]

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    Gov. Cuomo hits new low with COVID vaccine comments

    It’s probably the lowest thing Gov. Andrew Cuomo has ever done, and that’s saying something. On Monday morning, when everyone else was celebrating the spectacular news that Pfizer’s vaccine for COVID-19 looks 90 percent effective, Cuomo, as is typical, reverted to politics. “We can’t let this vaccine plan go forward the way Trump is planning […]

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    If there’s fraud in the 2020 election, then we must find it: Devine

    There’s more evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election than there ever was of Russia collusion, so America is owed a legal examination of the election irregularities alleged by the Trump campaign. It’s not crazy to say this, despite the gaslighting from much of the media. Basically, the election is down to roughly 120,000 […]

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    WHO is letting China block an investigation of how COVID-19 started

    It’s been clear from the pandemic’s start that China staged a shameful coverup that cost lives across the world. Now, newly uncovered details show that the World Health Organization didn’t just kowtow to the Communists — the UN agency actively helped Beijing whitewash its deadly deeds. The New York Times summed up its blockbuster report, […]

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    New York’s education bureaucrats put the kids’ interests last

    The blows keeping coming for New York City school kids — with some of them specifically meant to hide just how disastrous this school year has become. The latest? The State Education Department last week canceled Regents exams for January. “We determined the January Regents exams could not be safely, equitably and fairly administered across […]

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    To make his ‘unifier’ vow work, Joe Biden needs to go moderate

    Joe Biden isn’t officially president-elect yet, but it seems clear he will prevail. We applaud the sentiments of his Saturday-night victory speech. “I pledge to be a president who seeks not to divide but to unify,” Biden vowed. And: “I’m a proud Democrat, but I will govern as an American.” More lines we liked: Those in […]

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    He warns of job cuts, but instead gives unions favors

    In the spring of 2020, as New York City faced a massive decline in revenue and a $10 billion deficit, Mayor Bill de Blasio began warning that budget cuts were imminent and that municipal workers might face layoffs, unless he could get help from the federal government. For months, he demanded a bailout from Washington that […]

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    France, England making huge mistake going back to total lockdown

    As Americans were busy awaiting the vote count last week, Europe was going back into lockdown. For all of the justified criticism over how President Trump has handled COVID-19, the grim fact is that Europe — with its supposedly more technocratic, data-based governance — isn’t doing better. A new round of enforced hibernation is the […]

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    Republican women have unprecedented wave of victories in House

    With several races still unresolved, Republicans are on track to make major gains in the House of Representatives — with women definitely leading the way. Female candidates account for most of the seats that the GOP has wrested from the Democrats so far, and this year is likely to set a new record for the […]