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So he promised. How did that work out? More in my Sunday column.
Over at the Corner, I have an item on the 194 Harlem school children getting kicked out of their top-ranked public school by Mayor Bill de Blasio. Why? The school is a charter, hence non-union, hence an embarrassment to unions and their political puppets.
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Incoming Mayor Bill de Blasio could be the third straight mayor to opt out of living in the traditional residence, Gracie Mansion. Why not sell it? What’s it worth anyway? More in my Sunday column.
It was fun while it lasted but now Macy’s has killed it. More in my Sunday column.
Diane Ravitch, the formerly sensible education reformer who is now a teachers union shill, has a new book out arguing that parents shouldn’t have any choice about where to send their kids to school and that the local-monopoly model is working just fine. More in my Sunday column.
You really must read the latest comment by a waitress who took exception to my column poking fun at her profession a few months ago.
She is an ER nurse who, in retaliation for a satirical newspaper column, essentially promised to torture me (a person she has never met!) if given the opportunity.
Of course, this [...]
In my Sunday column, I take a look at the headlines from July of 1993, when I was just starting out as a news clerk with the Associated Press, and compare the mayhem then to the frivolity today.
In my Sunday column, I consider the fact that Anthony Weiner is ahead in one poll and barely behind in another. What does this say about our city? We’re doomed.
In my Sunday column, a look at the various ways we define intelligence and a few questions about how we could do it better.« Previous Entries