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by | Sep 15, 2022

Yeshiva University (YU) was established in 1886 and serves as America’s flagship Modern Orthodox Jewish institution. Since its founding, YU has graduated some of the nation’s foremost Jewish thinkers and leaders who have led committed Jewish lives professionally and personally….

by | Sep 3, 2022

New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority is on the verge of introducing congestion pricing. In a risky and unprecedented move, a new $23 charge will be imposed on those entering Manhattan’s central business district, costing drivers $1 billion per year. …

by | Jul 26, 2022

A new advertisement released by Rep. Carolyn Maloney on Monday asserted that “you cannot send a man to do a woman’s job.” The statement was widely interpreted as a not-so-subtle dig at her opponent in New York’s 12th District Democratic…

by | May 27, 2022

Most of the U.S. has finally come to its senses on the inefficacy of masking, but in some niche markets, the political theater persists. Last Tuesday, Broadway mainstay Patti LuPone once again proved herself a diva after LuPone-ing an unmasked…

by | May 8, 2022

“How’m I doing?” Ed Koch famously asked New Yorkers. Almost a decade after the mayor’s passing, former supporters retroactively answer in the negative. The New York Times published an article, “The Secrets Ed Koch Carried,” over the weekend that relied on…

by | Apr 14, 2022

The long and disturbing rap sheet of Frank James, the black nationalist New York City subway shooter arrested on Wednesday and charged by federal prosecutors with one count of committing a terrorist act against a mass transportation system, ought to…

by | Mar 29, 2022

Congratulations, Wokesters! The numbers are in, and it’s official — you have soared to the top spot on the Fermaglich Annoyance Scale, bypassing Richard Harris’s rendition of “MacArthur Park,” people who pretend to hold the elevator door for you while…

by | Mar 15, 2022

“He is the most interesting man in the world.” So declared the classic Dos Equis commercials, amusingly showing its carefree guy diving off cliffs, confronting bears, arm-wrestling Latin American tinhorn dictators, charming the ladies (always more than one at once),…

by | Feb 27, 2022

My paternal grandfather was a glassblower who, in the years before World War I, left his hometown of Brody forever. Brody was in Galicia, the northernmost province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Populated mostly by ethnic Poles, Ukrainians, and Jews, it also…

by | Feb 5, 2022

A war on cops is brewing across the country, and the Democrat Party is directly responsible for aiding and abetting it. They can deny it all they want, but they have blood on their hands. Following George Floyd’s death in…

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