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30 ex-FBI agents stand up to support whistleblower who exposed agency's political bias

“It’s time to stop the FBI from being the enforcer of a political party’s ideology,” says Ernie Tibaldi, a retired agent from San Francisco. 

Asylum plan is insane: Rule will boost protections for illegal immigrants, remove safeguards for US

Not only is the new system susceptible to fraud and abuse, but so is the staffing.

Al Pacino to honor the Actors Studio for the 75th anniversary

Al Pacino is honoring the 75th anniversary of the Actors Studio’s West 44th gymnasium with an appearance at Broadway’s United Palace.

Sorry, Deporter-in-Chief Obama: Opposing open borders isn't racist

With the midterms on the horizon and President Joe Biden’s dismal approval numbers causing alarm within the Democratic Party, former President Barack Obama is playing the race card trying to...

Pelosi still using COVID as an excuse for House members to skip showing up to vote

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi again extended her “proxy voting” rules (now about 2½ years old) until Nov. 10, citing “a novel coronavirus” as the reason.

Progressive policy is all carrots on crime, drugs and homelessness — and it's failing utterly

“Carrots only” policy wrecks lives, communities and cities. It’s time to bring back sticks. 

Princeton’s perpetual greed, Biden’s lame words on Iran and other commentary

“It turns out that there is such a thing as a perpetual motion machine,” quips Malcolm Gladwell on Bulletin. “It’s called Princeton University,” whose endowment hit $37.7 billion in 2021.

Letters to the Editor — Sept. 29, 2022

Post readers give their takes on the New York woman who was viciously attacked on the subway.

We can't afford another deBacle: Eric Adams must focus on war on crime, not welcoming mat for migrants

Eric Adams is no Bill de Blasio, and for that all New Yorkers can be grateful. Yet an alarming similarity is beginning to emerge. 

The GOP's Commitment to America can work — if Republicans actually run on the issues

These issues have worked well for Republicans in the past. The problem has been sustaining them against opposition from Democrats, much of the media and interest groups that would later...