Posts Tagged ‘ New York Daily News ’

The War On Cops (Stringham vs. Mac Donald)

The War On Cops (Stringham vs. Mac Donald)

Watching the debate between Heather Mac Donald and Edward Stringham was a fascinating experience for a number of reasons, foremost among them being that it presented two deeply contrasting visions of right wing thought. The former shaped by a deep reverence for social cohesion and ordered liberty, while the latter is influenced by a deeply-held...
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R.I.P. Nat Hentoff (1925-2017)

R.I.P. Nat Hentoff (1925-2017)

We learned of Nat Hentoff’s death last night from his son, who was the first to tweet this sad news to the rest of the world. You can read his full obituary in the New York Times, but I would suggest combing the Internet to read his words for yourself. Even though he was...
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The Reality Based Community

The Reality Based Community

Yesterday one of America’s worst mayors met the President-elect for a friendly chat about the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens living in this city. The most striking aspect of this meeting is the hubris of Bill de Blasio, someone who thinks he can make demands of an incoming President who was elected upon...
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Daily Rattle: NYC Edition

Daily Rattle: NYC Edition

Taking a break from the towering inferno that is our presidential election, it’s worth noting some disturbing, yet sadly predictable, developments in our own backyard. The ad you see above is now plastered over subway cars taken by straphangers traveling to and from their jobs, which they have obtained legally in most cases. Even...
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2 Crimes

2 Crimes

Update: Suspect taken into custody. In Switzerland, however, the suspect has died of his wounds.  So far Swiss authorities have not come to the conclusion that the stabbing spree/arson attack on train passengers was linked to terrorism. Then again, we should recall that German and Scandinavian law enforcement have engaged in a systemic coverup...
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Race To The Bottom

Race To The Bottom

So many have opined on Black Lives Matter over the past 3 years that it’s difficult to imagine anything novel being said or written about this organization. Nevertheless, I feel compelled to add my 2 cents, if for no other reason than the fact that I’ve never tackled this subject before on this website...
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Dream On

Dream On

One of the hallmarks of the open borders movement in this country, beyond its contempt for the basic concept of national sovereignty, is its overwhelming sense of entitlement. And no branch of the movement exhibits this trait more conspicuously than the media-created phenomenon known as the Dreamers, i.e., illegal immigrants who were brought to...
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The Documented

The Documented

Despite initial attempts to market his municipal ID program as a benign attempt to help New Yorkers from ostensibly marginalized communities, it’s hard for anyone-even those in the media whose job increasingly seems to be obfuscation rather than illumination-to credulously argue that these identification cards constitute anything other than a further deliberate erosion of...
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The Invisible Terrorist

The Invisible Terrorist

Bosch Fawstin shows how it’s done. Never forget that there are artists and writers who have been forced to live in hiding because of our government’s willingness to accommodate obscurantist, medieval scum keen to exploit our culture’s misplaced generosity. Thank God there are still individuals with enough integrity and conscience to name and shame the...
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Fates Worse Than Ebola

Fates Worse Than Ebola

Update: The passenger from Lagos who died on an Arik Air flight to New York recently suffered from cardiac arrest, and is not believed to have contracted Ebola, according to the CDC.  The public face of the Ebola epidemic, now that Thomas Eric Duncan has expired, is unquestionably Thomas Frieden, the current head of...
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