by | May 15, 2020

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child;…

by | May 5, 2020

There is only one reliable metric that reveals how likely you are to die from COVID-19 in a given state,…

by | Apr 20, 2020

A virus is not magic, epidemiology is not voodoo, and the credentialed experts are not a priesthood. Yet the reporters,…

by | Jan 31, 2019

Fifteen-dollar-an-hour minimum wage is so yesterday. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Ginia Bellafante points to a study…

by | Nov 5, 2018

A fiscal watchdog examined the state of finances in the three largest cities in the United States and the results…

by | Apr 11, 2018

Shockingly, New York and London, two world-famous cities of similar population sizes, currently have equivalent murder rates. The glaring differences…

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…

by | Jan 30, 2017

Earlier this month, New York and Chicago released their crime statistics. It is alarming that, in 2016, Chicago (762) had…

by | Jul 1, 2016

New York City always bubbles like a teapot, but today it is aswirl with an ornerier tempest than the norm….

by | May 26, 2016

If you were in New York City between 1947 and 1972 and found yourself walking on 6th Avenue between West 52nd…

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