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Will Preet Bharara Run for New York City Mayor?

Ed Klein, By refusing to resign and forcing the Trump administration to fire him, Preet Bharara, the celebrated U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, has shrewdly positioned himself as a new force in Democratic Party politics. Known as “the Sheriff of Wall Street” for his high-profile convictions of inside traders, Bharara follows

New York Mayor Hides 500,000 Illegals, Vows to Ignore Immigration Laws

Neil Munro, Breitbart The NYPD won’t cooperate with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents seeking to repatriate illegal immigrants, Mayor Bill de Blasio told RTVi, or Russian Television International. “The NYPD will not participate as immigration enforcement agents because we have, for decades, built a close working relationship with immigrant communities,” de Blasio said. “Our police

Cronyism Thwarts Telemedicine and Other Innovations

Veronique de Rugy, The goal of health care reform is to provide better health care to everyone at a lower cost, year after year. The solution is not to provide a better third-party-payer system — e.g., health insurance or government-provided health insurance — but instead to allow technological development and entrepreneurship to improve the current

Understanding the President’s Leadership Style

Good fortune grew me up in Maine, sent me lawyering in Seattle, New York and Washington. Public service bounced me about the three branches, and military. Here is what I learned: Leadership styles differ markedly. Different is not bad. Different is just different, hard to recognize for those to whom it is unfamiliar. When I

Former Trump pal Russell Simmons leads ‘I Am A Muslim Too’ rally against president

The Muslim call to prayer rang out through Times Square in New York City on Sunday afternoon as a large, mixed-faith crowd of merchandise hawkers, social activists, organizers, curious tourists – and genuine protesters – declared their allegiance with Islam. “I am a Muslim, too!” the group chanted several times at the anti-President Trump rally

Pawns of Liberals

Walter E. Williams, Ordinary black people cannot afford to go along with the liberal agenda that calls for undermining police authority. That agenda makes for more black crime victims. Let’s look at what works and what doesn’t work. In 1990, New York City adopted the practice in which its police officers might stop and question