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Grading the city's rancid school cafeterias If letter grades are the right way to force New York City restaurants to comply with the city health code, then the same standards should apply to school cafeterias. That idea comes from the state Senate Independent Democrats, who last week issued School
New York Post | 2 hours, 28 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Surprisingly good sense from Letitia James Of late, Letitia James has been talking plain sense. The easy one was to slam the ethics of Mayor de Blasios use of secret agents of the city to help forge and execute his policies, when those agents had major business before City Hall. Consultants, lobby
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How Bloomberg and de Blasio made traffic even worse Saturdays Post report on the roots of the citys traffic woes doesnt prove that Mayor de Blasio, or Mike Bloomberg before him, desired this chaos but its obvious that neither ever worried about what his policies would mean to motorists. The ideologically d
New York Post | 2 hours, 32 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Behind Trump's Taiwan call and other notable comments China Expert: Trumps Taiwan-Call Gambit The president-elects phone call with Taiwans President Tsai Ing-wen implicitly recognized Taiwans status as a sovereign state, thereby breaking with decades of settled China policy, notes Gordon C. Chang at The Nati
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The victory at Standing Rock could mark a turning point | Bill McKibben The defeat of an energy company by indigenous activists shows what nonviolent unity can accomplish. There are lessons here as we enter a challenging new ageThe news that the US federal government has refused to issue the permit needed to run a pipeline un
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The disclosure that could end Eric Schneiderman's career State Attorney General Eric Schneidermans witch hunt against supposed climate-science deniers became an even more embarrassing debacle late last month and just might wind up ending his career. A state judge ruled in favor of the Competitive Enterprise Ins
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Crushing free speech in Turkey Turkey last week rose to No. 1 in the world when it comes to journalists the government has in jail. It even tops the Peoples Republic of China, which has 18 times the population. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, Turkish ruler ruler Rece
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American football could fall like the gladiators of ancient Rome When I called my father back home in Oregon on a recent Sunday, he rattled off his thoughts about the election, the health of his two dogs and queries about holiday plans. But, as the child of a sports-loving house (Go, Ducks!), I was most surprised by wh
New York Post | Dec 3, 2016 8:11 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
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Ivy League colleges are turning into ruthless PC prisons At both Harvard and Columbia this fall weve seen how students who dare to privately act out against PC standards are inspiring crazed nuclear strikes from campus administrators, disproportionate punishment that in turn is bound to create both more rebels
New York Post | Dec 3, 2016 5:59 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Readers write: Bad precedent, a 108-year celebration, scientific agreement Letters to the editor for the Dec. 5, 2016 weekly magazine.
The Christian Science Monitor | Dec 3, 2016 1:26 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend