Opinion

  • Joe Biden’s call to Afghan prez is impeachable: Devine

    Psst, Nancy Pelosi! Still looking for a phone call worth impeaching a president? Do I have news for you. Reuters has a bombshell report about a July phone call between Joe Biden and then-Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani, in which the US president promises military aid in return for lies. The “perception around the world and in parts of Afghanistan, I…

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  • Amherst College’s insane COVID rules are all about upper-class virtue-signaling

    Last week, Amherst College announced that its students will be subject to double-masking and to COVID tests every other week throughout the fall semester. Indoor dining services will be shut down, and the size of gatherings severely restricted. Students, all of whom were already required to be vaccinated, will spend non-class time in their dorm rooms and may leave campus only…

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  • 6 lies Joe Biden told about Afghanistan

    How can any American believe anything President Biden says after he’s lied so blatantly about an Afghanistan evacuation he claims was an “extraordinary success”? LIE: “Americans understand we’re going to try and get it done before Aug. 31,” President Biden told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos Aug. 19. “And if there are American citizens left, we’re going to stay until we…

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  • Profs: Princeton diversity office’s ‘nihilistic’ attack on university’s history and anti-woke dissidents

    The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office of Princeton University has a message for incoming students: It wants them to participate in “tearing down” the very institution they have worked so hard to attend. And to drive this message home, the office is more than happy to tear down those who dissent from its official orthodoxy. As members of the class…

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  • No, Mr. President, we won’t ‘move on’ from your Afghanistan disaster

    “That was four or five days ago” is quickly becoming the permanent mantra of the Biden administration and its media allies. Journey back a mere two weeks, and you will recall President Joe Biden, in a home-field-advantage interview with George Stephanopoulos, saying those words about the harrowing scenes at the Kabul airport. First of all, it wasn’t true — it…

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  • De Blasio’s DOE takes its war on learning to a new extreme with ‘no honor roll’ push

    Boy, does Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Department of Education hate educational excellence. The latest: an effort to ban honor rolls. As The Post’s Selim Algar reports, a new DOE guidance warns that “recognizing student excellence via honor rolls and class rank can be detrimental to learners who find it more difficult to reach academic success.” Even grades can negatively influence…

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  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 2, 2021

    The Issue: President Biden checking his watch during a ceremony honoring 13 troops killed in Kabul. Every American should be outraged by the image of President Biden checking his watch as our heroes’ coffins arrive home (“Dishonor,” Aug. 31). Obviously, he was wondering when the tedious ceremony would be over so he could get on with his busy schedule. Well,…

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  • More reason to crack down on the lawsuit-lending industry

    Federal indictments of a lawsuit-scam ring offer fresh proof that New York needs to crack down on “legal lenders.” The group of lawyers and doctors allegedly filed $31 million worth of fraudulent slip-and-fall claims in hundreds of bogus lawsuits against New York City businesses — funded by the legal-lending sharks, who imposed interest rates of 50 percent to 100 percent…

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  • ABC’s Donna Brazile admits she’s made mistakes

    Brazile: She’s just like us ABC’s political strategist Donna Brazile, former campaign manager and DNC chairman, she ever eff up? “Yes. Something happens to a big shot: They go after the little shots. After 10 presidential, 55 congressional, 19 state campaigns, I thought my mouth was a megaphone. Talk enough you make mistakes. “I managed Al Gore for president’s campaign. With 537 votes…

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  • Bill de Blasio suddenly discovers the need for a ‘culture of consequences’ to stop crime

    In a classic deflection of responsibility, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday blamed the courts for the crime wave still engulfing the city. He has some point: Courts across the five boroughs rendered just 18 criminal verdicts in the first half of this year — far fewer than the 405 over the same period in 2019, pre-pandemic. That’s a significant…

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