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Fairness Matters

Mayor de Blasio likes to style himself as the arbiter of what is important and what is less so within the city. When he objected to parents of Orthodox Jewish children using bolt-cutters to gain …

This One's on ACS

Less than three weeks after a child-abuse complaint was lodged against the mother of 5-month-old Raymond Porfil Jr., he died June 4, 2018 after she repeatedly slammed his head into a wall in their …

Fallacies on Rikers

The latest report by a monitor overseeing the city jail system is too quick to look at raw numbers and decide that they prove that correction officers have grown more brutal even as reductions in the …

Doing Cops Wrong Again

When he began talking about the arrest of Nikki Stone July 28, Mayor de Blasio pointed out that the Warrant Squad Detectives who took her into custody were doing what they were supposed to: …

There Oughtta Be a Law

The Professional Staff Congress is suing the City University of New York claiming it should not have effectively laid off 2,800 adjunct instructors at a time when it stands to receive $251 million in …

It was both inevitable and foreseeable when Mayor de Blasio signed into law July 15 a package of police-reform bills that included criminalizing attempts by cops to get suspects under control that …

Weak-Knees Willie

There was a sense of disbelief in the voice of a veteran TV reporter when he asked Mayor de Blasio during his daily briefing July 16 why he had yet to say anything about the vicious attacks by a …

Looking at State Attorney General Letitia James's recommendations on how to cure what ails the NYPD, the impression was that she had been sequestered from events that took place in both city and …

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