Opinion Headlines

  • Chelsea Are Thrilling Us with 'Sarri-ball,' but the Best Is Yet to Come

    The Premier League's summer narrative was set nice and early: Liverpool 's excellent transfer business, combined with their stellar 2018 form, got chins wagging over a serious title race between themselves and Manchester City ...

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  • LeBron Becoming Best Self with Lakers, but LA Needs More from Supporting Cast

    Anything could've happened in LeBron James' debut with the Los Angeles Lakers , which eventually resulted in a 128-119 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers while he recorded 26 points, 12 rebounds and six assists...

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  • Arizona Is Already Ruining Josh Rosen...and He's Helping

    It wasn't exactly news entering Thursday's home tilt with the Denver Broncos that the Arizona Cardinals are not a good football team...

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  • David Price Shreds Playoff Bust Label to Put Red Sox in World Series

    David Price had no business winning a postseason start for the first time in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series. He did anyway, and now the Boston Red Sox are going back to the World Series ...

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  • Here’s how to hit the Saudis — and still serve US interests

    Saudi-US ties are at their lowest since the 9/11 attacks. The Desert Kingdom is under fire from US lawmakers for the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul this month — but never walked out. Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC) is threatening to “sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia.”...

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  • Here’s how to hit the Saudis — and still serve US interests

    Saudi-US ties are at their lowest since the 9/11 attacks. The Desert Kingdom is under fire from US lawmakers for the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul this month — but never walked out. Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC) is threatening to “sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia.”...

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  • Why the Saudis despised Jamal Khashoggi

    With the likelihood growing that the Saudi government was behind the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, pressure has built for severe, swift action. As President Trump awaits more answers and contemplates a response, it’s worth considering who Khashoggi actually was, what he stood for and why the regime might have wanted him dead. This is not...

    New York Post
  • Why the Saudis despised Jamal Khashoggi

    With the likelihood growing that the Saudi government was behind the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, pressure has built for severe, swift action. As President Trump awaits more answers and contemplates a response, it’s worth considering who Khashoggi actually was, what he stood for and why the regime might have wanted him dead. This is not...

    nypost.com
  • There’s poison behind the rhetoric of the far-right Proud Boys

    Gavin McInnes is selling a very marketable product. The pose of the right-wing provocateur and founder of the group the Proud Boys is that he’s simply a defender of normality and old-fashioned male fellowship, when what gives his cause its frisson of excitement is violence. McInnes is enjoying a media moment. After he gave a...

    New York Post
  • There’s poison behind the rhetoric of the far-right Proud Boys

    Gavin McInnes is selling a very marketable product. The pose of the right-wing provocateur and founder of the group the Proud Boys is that he’s simply a defender of normality and old-fashioned male fellowship, when what gives his cause its frisson of excitement is violence. McInnes is enjoying a media moment. After he gave a...

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  • Cuomo is a creature of Albany’s pay-to-play swamp

    You can call Gov. Cuomo the $100 Million Man. As USA Today notes, that’s how much (and counting!) he’s raised for his three campaigns since 2010. Some of the other facts dug up by the paper’s Albany bureau are equally eye-raising, such as the $13 billion worth of state contracts landed by just 19 of...

    New York Post
  • Cuomo is a creature of Albany’s pay-to-play swamp

    You can call Gov. Andrew Cuomo the $100 Million Man. As USA Today notes, that’s how much (and counting!) he’s raised for his three campaigns since 2010. Some of the other facts dug up by the paper’s Albany bureau are equally eye-raising, such as the $13 billion worth of state contracts landed by just 19...

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  • Twitter has a huge Louis Farrakhan problem

    Apparently, saying Jews are termites isn’t offensive. At least, not offensive enough for Twitter to ban Louis Farrakhan for it. The Nation of Islam leader’s history of blatant anti-Semitism goes back decades. Twitter’s even tut-tutted him for it in the past: Back in July, it took away his verified status for tweeting about “the Satanic...

    New York Post
  • Twitter has a huge Louis Farrakhan problem

    Apparently, saying Jews are termites isn’t offensive. At least, not offensive enough for Twitter to ban Louis Farrakhan for it. The Nation of Islam leader’s history of blatant anti-Semitism goes back decades. Twitter’s even tut-tutted him for it in the past: Back in July, it took away his verified status for tweeting about “the Satanic...

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  • Who needs Russian hackers when you have de Blasio’s mailings?

    Mayor de Blasio’s DemocracyNYC project just screwed up so badly that it has puzzled the Board of Elections. The city BOE fielded at least 1,600 calls this week from long-active voters who’d opened letters from DemocracyNYC warning they might be unable to vote next month. And they were just a fraction of the 400,000 New...

    New York Post
  • Who needs Russian hackers when you have de Blasio’s mailings?

    Mayor Bill de Blasio’s DemocracyNYC project just screwed up so badly that it has puzzled the Board of Elections. The city BOE fielded at least 1,600 calls this week from long-active voters who’d opened letters from DemocracyNYC warning they might be unable to vote next month. And they were just a fraction of the 400,000...

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  • Ford Offensive Line of the Week: Interview with Steelers OL Alejandro Villanueva

    The Steelers took home the Ford Offensive Line of the Week Award for Week 6 of the NFL season. Simms & Lefkoe Podcast hosts Adam Lefkoe and Chris Simms talked to offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva about Pittsburgh's win over Cincinnati...

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  • Can Floyd Mayweather vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov Possibly Be Real?

    Floyd Mayweather vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov. It's happening. Or so says Mayweather in a quick walk-and-talk with TMZ Sports. Mayweather's last bout inside the squared circle was a history-making crossover extravaganza with Conor McGregor...

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