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Patrol Cop: Slowdown No; Just Being Careful

"There's absolutely no slowdown going," Mike the Cop said Sept. 10 when asked about the suspicions voiced the previous three weeks by Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, Brooklyn Borough President Eric …

The King of 'I'

In accepting the Republican nomination for President four years ago. Donald Trump declared that the Federal Government was broken and "I alone can fix it." He has proved that his talent for …

Change Does FDNY Proud

The Fire Department, which has struggled at times in the past on matters of tone and timing when it comes to racial issues, was pitch-perfect and spot-on with the decision, announced shortly before …

Officials Pile on Police, Then Bemoan Limping

When Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Aug. 20 wrote Police Commissioner Dermot Shea asking whether a police slowdown was under way, there was a touch of irony in a public official who …

Mayor Slow to React

The revelation in the New York Post last weekend that for nearly three months Mayor de Blasio had rebuffed offers from the Somos Community Care network to offer free testing for the coronavirus at …

Could Trump Win Again? Biden Offers a Rebuttal

As different as the circumstances and look of the Democratic National Convention were from the party's 2016 version, it featured several of the same highlights. A stirring, emotional speech from …

There have been three interesting and related developments over the past couple of weeks in the hot war pitting the police unions against Mayor de Blasio and the City Council that piqued our interest …

PBA 'Forgotten People' Of 2020 for Trump

There are plenty of arguments against the Police Benevolent Association making its first endorsement for President in at least 36 years on behalf of Donald Trump. Among them:  His disrespect …

Until he discovered that dealing with reporters remotely gave him greater control over the narrative, Mayor de Blasio preferred limiting his media discussions. Holding daily briefings, however, has a …

Mail-Ballot Hokum

During a U.S. Senate hearing on the Postal Service Aug. 21, it developed that President Trump had two fewer allies in the room than he might have expected on his claim that increased voting by mail …

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