John Murawski | RealClearInvestigations/April 27th, 2021 As recently as last summer, few people outside academia had heard of critical race theory, whose central claim is that racism, not liberty, is the founding […]
As a first hand witness to NYPD behaving badly, I wondered if the police department changed much since last summer.
The Center Square/April 10th, 2021 The effective state and local tax rate for New York residents in 2019 was 14.1 percent, the highest percentage among the 50 states, according to a new ranking […]
Although photographers are flocking around them, and pictures are shared by the thousands, New York City’s more than just cherry blossoms. Here’s what we found yesterday in Carl Schurz Park in Yorkville, […]
Only in New York, on 86th Street in Manhattan, was it art or some playful good humor? Here’s the scene on East 86th Street in Manhattan.
Clare Mehta, Emmanuel College If you could be one age for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Tishaura Jones became the latest with a Tuesday win to become the first Black woman mayor of St. Louis. Barbara Rodriguez Originally published by The 19th Tishaura Jones was elected Tuesday as […]
Is dream interpretation real? Good question. I’ve wondered about dreams since I was a kid, but until recently, I was uncertain. But now, I know. That is, dreams tell you some things […]
A sunny walk through the cherry blossoms is a public service. Because cloudy, even rainy weather this weekend dims the pleasures of Roosevelt Island’s peak, we shot this video for those who […]
Faith in numbers: Trump held steady among believers at the ballot – it was the nonreligious vote he lost in 2020
Ryan Burge, Eastern Illinois University For all the predictions and talk of a slump in support among evangelicals, it appears Donald Trump’s election loss was not at the hands of religious voters. […]