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The Democrats' lies on abortion since SCOTUS' overruling of Roe v. Wade

Abortion enthusiasts have been telling so many lies since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week, it’s hard to take them seriously.

Germany’s pixie-dust energy plans and other commentary

Germany’s government is committed to “green” energy, yet somehow it’s preparing to “fire up coal-burning power plants,” ribs Reason’s J.D. Tuccille.

Airlines got $50 billion in pandemic relief — but are still screwing Americans

Airlines are not keeping up their end of the bargain. We’re missing meetings, events, family time and more because they just can’t get their act together.

Let them pump gas: Elitist environmentalists have contempt for working class

America's skyrocketing oil gas and electricity prices hurt working-class people the most. Drilling for more oil and gas is off the table because working people don't set the agenda —...

Supreme Court firearms decision puts crime-fighting Adams under the gun

The Supreme Court’s ruling last week in favor of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association will make it harder for the city to keep handguns out of the...

Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton on how to fix crime in NYC

Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton discussed the city's crime surge and what he would do to reverse the dangerous trend.

Letters to the Editor — June 27, 2022

Post readers sound off on anti-police pol Yuh-Line Niou’s move to a safer neighborhood after she was robbed.

Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade reversal may help the Democrats in midterms

The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and end the constitutional right to abortions could give the Democrats a boost in the fall midterm elections.

Adams says NYC's COVID-alert status is 'medium' — yet threat is almost completely gone

NYC's seven-day average of confirmed daily COVID deaths was just four — about the same as the average number of daily shootings this year. Crime is clearly becoming a greater...

With rent hikes capped far below inflation, Mayor Adams is right: The system's broken

The caps — which apply to NYC's 1M rent-stabilized apartments — are so out of line with real-world market conditions that they’re liable to do significant harm to tenants and...