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  • Dynastic politics in America?

    19 December 2014, 7:40 pm by: Michael Barone

    Jeb Bush this week announced he’s setting up a political committee to explore a presidential candidacy. Hillary Clinton has been exploring a candidacy for months, perhaps years. Polls show Clinton...
  • David Garth, 1930-2014

    16 December 2014, 7:15 pm by: Post Editorial Board

    What kind of city would New York be today without David Garth? That’s an unusual question to ask about a political and media guru like Garth, who died Monday at...
  • The Times’ tall tale of ‘dark money’

    4 December 2014, 7:43 pm by: Scott Blackburn

    If you follow politics, you’ve probably heard that “dark money” — cash from unknown donors — allegedly “flooded” the airwaves this fall, leaving voters clueless about the sources of political...
  • Herman Badillo, 1929-2014

    3 December 2014, 7:47 pm by: Post Editorial Board

    Herman Badillo was born in Puerto Rico and came to New York as an orphan at age 11, when he didn’t speak a word of English. He died Wednesday in...
  • The hypocrisy of the de Blasio administration

    18 November 2014, 12:44 am by: Andrea Peyser

    She can blame the media until she turns blue — but Rachel Noerdlinger is responsible for thrusting her own teenage son into the spotlight. How did we, the media, learn...
  • Best shot for GOP in 2016? Look to the governors

    16 November 2014, 4:00 am by: Henry Olsen

    Democrats are looking to Hillary Clinton as their party’s savior after the drubbing of the midterms. But Republicans need not be afraid of her second coming. This month’s wave showed...
  • Hope-a-dope Obama ready to fight following midterm losses

    10 November 2014, 9:25 pm by: Marisa Schultz

    WASHINGTON — His dukes are up, but he’s got a political glass jaw and was down for the count only last week. Still, President Obama issued a rallying cry to...
  • Why liberal compassion is an inane basis for political action

    9 November 2014, 1:00 am by: Kyle Smith

    “There is always inequity in life,” an American president declared. ”Life is unfair.” The president was John F. Kennedy, speaking in 1962. Today it’s hard to picture even a losing...
  • Public ‘servants’ spend our money on their own glorification

    9 November 2014, 1:00 am by: Kyle Smith

    The career politicians in the administrative class like to call themselves “public servants” when they’re feeling humble, or “leaders” when a moment of vanity strikes. They’re really more like imperial...
  • Republicans welcome grand ol’ gals with open arms

    6 November 2014, 10:59 pm by: Andrea Peyser

    Something extraordinary happened on Election Day. Voters in the state of Utah elected Mia Love, the Brooklyn-born daughter of Haitian immigrants, to serve in the US House of Representatives. The...

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