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Opinion | New York Post
Opinion | New York Post
Boebert’s antics and more: Letters to the Editor — Sept. 24, 2023
Rep. Lauren Boebert blames her antics at a “Beetlejuice” performance in Aspen on her “eccentric” and “animated” personality.
The power of Web3 to create the Internet we always wanted
Trillion-dollar digital behemoths like Google and Amazon tower over us. They’re too big to fail. They’re also too big to care – about user privacy, competition, government regulations or fair play. Governments are trying to restore some of this digital balance. In the US, Google faces an antitrust trial. In Canada, Facebook and Google are...
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Blame the BRICS for the end of the dollar’s global domination
Nearly 15 years after the BRICS coalition of major emerging economies was established in 2009, the group has yet to achieve its ambition of ousting the US dollar as the dominant global currency. But the alliance — originally comprising Brazil, Russia, India and China and South Africa — took a major step toward flexing its...
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How the writer’s strike and auto workers strike clash with big tech
A clash between organized labor and the rise of new technologies is front and center among a handful of major strikes.
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Adderall ODs and errors mean it’s time to rethink kids’ medical issues
Let’s give amphetamines to children, said the shrinks. What could go wrong? A lot, it turns out: 2021 saw some 7,600 poison-control calls driven by medication errors around ADHD drugs like adderall, which is an amphetamine, up from 1,900 in 2000.  That’s a 300% increase, and it should have every parent worried. Why? Because ADHD...
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Child care overdoses are more common than we think
The Bronx day-care tragedy reveals an increasing number of child over-dose deaths thanks to the rise of fentanyl addiction.
Andrew Yang on why we should be scared about the 2024 election: ‘Really destructive’
Andrew Yang’s new book, “The Last Election,” serves as a dire warning about where our country could be headed without meaningful electoral reform.
Israel Ambassador: Why I protested Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi
When Raisi began his remarks, I emerged from my seat to exit, silently holding up a photo of Mahsa Amini with the words, "Iranian women deserve freedom now" written next to it.
Joe’s $325M boost to Ukraine: Letters to the Editor — Sept. 23, 2023
President Joe Biden meets with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the Oval Office of the White House.
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Bob Menendez had built reputation as Senate’s most unethical
Some might smirk at his alleged indiscretions, but for many, Menendez' story serves as a potent reminder of the vast work needed to cleanse our political arena.
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Russia failed to weaken NATO — but its own security alliance is now falling apart
Russia's version of NATO is collapsing as Vladimir Putin fails his ally Armenia as Azerbaijan cracks down in Nagorno-Karabakh.
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Bob Menendez seems to think he has a license to loot: Voters should take it away
Federal prosecutors announced charges of bribery against Sen. Bob Menendez and his wife, Nadine Arslanian Menendez, on Friday, Sept. 22, 2023.
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Merrick Garland’s Hunter lies blown up YET AGAIN by IRS whistleblowers
AG Merrick Garland swears that US Attorney David Weiss was in fact the top dog when it came to charging the first son -- yet senior feds keep blowing up his claims
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Why Biden will lose if gas prices keep rising — as they seem set to do
The US-Saudi relationship soured when President Joe Biden took office, and now Biden’s reelection prospects may suffer, too.
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Staten Island’s skyrocketing crime is proving NY progressive lawmakers all wrong
Until recently, Staten Island enjoyed record-low crime numbers. Now, thanks to progressives in Albany and elsewhere, that's changed for the (much, much) worse.
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Harvard Crimson’s implication that word limits are racist is ludicrous
The editorial board of the Harvard Crimson student newspaper recently claimed that the school's new 200-word limit for admissions essays is discriminatory against students from marginalized backgrounds. But that bleeding-heart POV is elitist.
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Biden’s UN and campaign doddering prove he’s too old to run — as Dems know
Even Democrats agree: Two-thirds of registered Dem voters say Biden's too old for the gig. His latest "Grandpa Simpson" bungles just prove it.
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