by | Aug 1, 2019

Americans, a compassionate people, have elected presidents crippled from polio (Franklin Roosevelt), diagnosed with Addison’s disease (John Kennedy), and suffering from Tourette syndrome (Donald Trump). But some maladies ask too much from voters, including RBF, which explains why Kamala Harris…

by | Jul 30, 2019

It’s hard to imagine candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination can sink lower than they already have. But they have. In the wake of President Trump going after the mess in rat- and crime-infested Baltimore — saying exactly the kind…

by | Jun 21, 2019

One can never start too early to plan for retirement, and a sound strategy for longevity begins by convincing your parents not to conceive you in the Big Apple, where 35 percent of all pregnancies end in a Big Abortion….

by | Apr 1, 2019

April 1, 2019 —In a secret memorandum obtained exclusively by The American Spectator, New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, are pressing leading Democrats to support a call for government-paid free sex, saying that…

by | Feb 20, 2019

Ever since Amazon’s break-up with New York on Valentine’s Day, dejected Mayor Bill De Blasio is complaining that corporations shouldn’t be able to play off one local government against others for tax breaks. “I don’t think it’s really fair to…

by | Feb 14, 2019

Amazon does not pay the government taxes. The government pays Amazon taxes. Some residents of the chutzpah capital of the world predictably rebel against this arrangement. Just call them modern-day tax resisters. Hopefully, Jeff Bezos’s Internal Revenue Service audits them…

by | Jan 16, 2019

In a crowded field of Democrats vying for the presidency in 2020, one thing stands out. “Medicare-for-all” tops their campaign promises. Sunday the latest to announce, former Obama cabinet official Julian Castro, pledged to make Medicare-for-all a reality. But these candidates…

by | Aug 22, 2018

Money-grabbing politicians looking to cover the whopping costs of the opioid crisis are filing over a thousand lawsuits against the prescription painkiller industry. That’s like suing the fast food industry to pay all the societal costs of obesity. It’s a shakedown. Last…

by | Jun 6, 2018

Long regarded as springboards to success for the talented urban poor, New York City’s eight selective high schools offer spots for 5,000 ninth-grade students each year. Under the current system, Asian kids predominate. They make up 74 percent of the…

by | Dec 5, 2017

I can’t be the only one who gets sick as they drive toward New York. No, not the noise, the crowds, the congestion, the traffic, the taller-than-tall buildings. No, it’s the signage! As I see the signs, from which I…

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