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Smart thinking by some education folks

To create jobs for educational bureaucrats and help them stay up-to-speed with the latest sensitivity-training nomenclature, it has been found helpful to constantly reclassify children with ingenious …

A victim of oversupply

Have been thrown out, tossed away, cussed out, dressed down, laid off. This was a new one. And just when things started getting so very interesting. “Rotated out,” said the voice on the …

Labor’s big moment

By early April we should know if labor’s breakthrough moment has finally arrived. Workers at two Amazon warehouses will have voted on when to unionize by then. In Bessemer, Ala., workers there are …

Mayoral control of schools, yes, but with checks

Our public schools no longer face the mortal threat of a hostile mayor as they did when Bloomberg was in charge, so the issue of mayoral control is not at this moment as explosive. It remains on the …

Consider ‘Dangerousness’

To the Editor:  In a Feb. 24 Daily News op-ed, the special litigation attorney at New York County Defender Services, Rebecca Phipps argued that "A system truly devoted to the presumption of …

Can’t Wait Out Putin

To the Editor: After hearing Putin’s megalomaniacal and irrational speech, we can’t make the mistake of thinking that he is a rational leader or even a leader who fears death. If Putin could be …

Comrade Trump Rooting for Putin

To the Editor: There was a time in the United States when anyone siding with communists was ostracized and looked upon as a traitor by virtually all Americans.  Not only is Donald Trump praising …

Jackson is supremely qualified

President Biden made history last week when he nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson as his pick to succeed Justice Stephen Breyer on the U.S. Supreme Court. Should the Senate confirm Judge Jackson, the …

NYPD can't side with Amazon

The Police Department, perhaps unwittingly, got involved in a labor dispute Feb. 23 when officers were summoned to Amazon's Staten Island facility after the Assistant General Manager there called to …

Not-So-Marvelous Mr. Mullins Scrapes Bottom

Even the most-resourceful police officers sometimes benefit, in solving crimes, from the reality that many criminals are morons. A reasonably smart bank-robber understands that if he's just made …

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