Albany pols, NYPD order cops to do nothing as drug addicts shoot up. Chairman Kassar’s reaction to this outrageous move by the State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Kathy Hochul: “This is not even a standard Democratic view. This is a progressive Democratic view and that’s what she’s signing on to here,” he said. “It all seems to be very oriented toward keeping the socialist progressive movement happy and she is working to protect herself against (likely NYC-based primary opponents) Tish James or Jumaane Williams.”
The NY Post editorial of 10/17/2021: Gov. Hochul’s drug-war surrender will be the death of NY neighborhoods.
A Sinking Ship of State Drowns Everyone. “For the Chinese Communist Party, seeking to master the 21st Century as the one global superpower, it represents a strategic victory without so much as firing a single bullet.”
Kevin D. Williamson opines on the NY Post editorial page that Biden’s trillion-dollar spending spree will lead to financial collapse.
File this under “the effects of the Biden economy” Americans seeing ‘serious financial problems’ in past few months
While you may not think, from its title, that this article has anything to do with the USA, read it because it does: France to Vote on the Great Replacement of Western Civilization.
Gordon G. Chang does not mince any words with his latest op-ed in Gatestone Institute: ‘War is Real’: Defend Taiwan or Give It the Bomb.
This will not resolve the current problems: Biden Nominates Maritime Administrator with Zero Shipping Experience Amid Supply Chain Crisis.
From the National Review editorial board: Unions Have Made Supply-Chain Problems Worse.
Victor Davis Hanson asks the question all of us are asking: What Happened to the Beloved Military?
From The American Spectator: Election Fraud Is Alive and Well in 2021. As an aside: PLEASE VOTE NO ON NYS STATEWIDE BALLOT PROPOSALS 1, 3, AND 4.
Andrew C. McCarthy writes in National Review: Federal Crack-House Law Withstands Progressive Challenge.
Excellent article in the City-Journal written by Lee Siegel: Liberal Pieties, Illiberal Consequences/We can fight censorious certitude by allowing for moral complexity.
If you are thinking about buying your young children or grandchildren for Christmas or Hanukkah, perhaps you should read this article first: The Very Intersectional Caterpillar.