New York City's success in dealing with crime has not been matched by progress in education.
With 2010 elections now well behind us, jockeying for the Republican nomination for president begins in earnest.
Rudy vs. The Donald would be a tabloid dream. Until the mainstream media take them more seriously, let me be the first to help handicap this possible titanic contest.
Even if the former mayor of New York was as fine a leader on September 11 as he imagines he was, it's been a decade. If he has another act in him, we'd have seen a hint.
Those who would censor obnoxious commentary, are blinded by good intentions. Speech restrictions are no less oppressive when imposed to promote civility. It's just one form of bullying used to combat another.
I believe Mukasey and his compatriots have every right to advocate for the MEK as they did. But according to the positions Mukasey's own Justice Department advanced, his actions were criminal
Does America have the guts, and the integrity, to finally help those struggling against Iran's regime? Or are we going to continue to play poker with Ahmadinejad, bluffing our way into a deadly showdown?
There is such an uproar over the snowy residue that some believe the storm could grow political. So where has Mayor Bloomberg gone wrong?
The celebration over passage of the bill to support ailing first responders to the 9/11 terror attack isn't quite over. It's time to take note of the winners and the losers.
New York is not particularly efficient at supplying even needed services, like public schools and home health care. The idea that it could deliver quality, low-cost OTB was so ridiculous as to be almost touching.
Despite all of the rhetoric, all of the video tributes, and the supposed patriotism of the Republican Party in this country, the true colors of the Senate Republicans certainly shown today.
New York bashing is back. The GOP scuttling of the 9/11 health bill suggests it makes sense to sue to get your due. Not the message the trial-lawyer-averse Republicans might have wanted to send, but they sent it.
The 9/11 health bill faces a vote in the Senate. Democratic backers are one Republican vote short of passage.
If Sarah Palin has a hard time communicating with her own daughters, how is she going to do with Congress or other world leaders who come to visit the White House? Will she ignore them too?
True, it's important to have a succession plan in place for a catastrophe. But why is Ray Kelly writing an obituary to himself and memorializing his successors in roles that will never happen?
Say it ain't so, Ray Kelly. Say it was a mistake, that the media got it wrong, that you didn't hold a news conference pushing gun control with The Rev Al Sharpton last Friday at One Police Plaza.