Eric Adams get$ it!: Goodwin

Heart be still, New York is about to get a mayor who understands that money doesn’t grow on trees and that the rich are not evil.
Eric Adams continues to distinguish himself from Mayor Putz in all the right ways. The Brooklyn Borough president won the Democratic primary by being the only candidate to make fighting the deadly crime surge the centerpiece of his campaign. 
Now Adams is smashing another shibboleth of the left, one that says success should be punished and that the wealthy should be treated as banks fit to be robbed.
He started by saying in a CNBC interview that Rep.

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Biden’s asylum policies for migrants at the border are insane

Migrants are pouring across our southern border. They are largely poor and desperate, and we often have no idea how many of them carry COVID. But they are not all treated the same. 
Asylum-seekers from the Caribbean, such as Haitians and Cubans, are packed onto planes and sent back where they came from. Thousands of Haitians who arrived here following the July 22 assassination of the nation’s president have already been deported without a hearing. Border Patrol agents have been photographed corralling them down on horseback.

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The $3.5 trillion monster includes Biden’s obscene gifts to his union backers

Nonunion workers make up nearly 90 percent of the US workforce. President Joe Biden is giving them the shaft.
The massive $3.5 trillion budget bill Biden and Democratic lawmakers are trying to ram through Congress discriminates against nonunion workers, even forcing some of them to pay higher taxes than coworkers who joined the union.
Union membership in the United States has been declining for a half-century. Biden is bent on reversing the trend, using the federal government to rig the system in favor of organizers and to twist the arms of nonunion workers and employers.

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De Blasio has still set up NYC kids for needless school closures

Imagine a small grease fire flares up on your stove. Do you grab the fire extinguisher from under the sink — or call the fire department and have firefighters bombard the place with water, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage? Seems like a no-brainer. And yet when it comes to COVID in our city schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio chose the second option.
As we begin a third pandemic-impacted year, here is what we know. International and local data showed that schools could be reopened safely even before vaccines were available.

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De Blasio has still set up NYC kids for needless school closures

Imagine a small grease fire flares up on your stove. Do you grab the fire extinguisher from under the sink — or call the fire department and have firefighters bombard the place with water, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage? Seems like a no-brainer. And yet when it comes to COVID in our city schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio chose the second option.
As we begin a third pandemic-impacted year, here is what we know. International and local data showed that schools could be reopened safely even before vaccines were available.

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De Blasio has still set up NYC kids for needless school closures

Imagine a small grease fire flares up on your stove. Do you grab the fire extinguisher from under the sink — or call the fire department and have firefighters bombard the place with water, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage? Seems like a no-brainer. And yet when it comes to COVID in our city schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio chose the second option.
As we begin a third pandemic-impacted year, here is what we know. International and local data showed that schools could be reopened safely even before vaccines were available.

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De Blasio has still set up NYC kids for needless school closures

Imagine a small grease fire flares up on your stove. Do you grab the fire extinguisher from under the sink — or call the fire department and have firefighters bombard the place with water, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage? Seems like a no-brainer. And yet when it comes to COVID in our city schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio chose the second option.
As we begin a third pandemic-impacted year, here is what we know. International and local data showed that schools could be reopened safely even before vaccines were available.

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A dynasty’s sinking ship

Princess Diana’s brother Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer — mum about Diana or any royal or anything anybody itches to know — has a new HarperCollins book. Out Oct. 19. On the UK best seller list. Title: “The White Ship.”
Year 1120’s sunken White Ship altered history, leading to Britain’s current monarchy. Screams — as a countess’ heavy gown dragged her under, a knight aiding a worker — were heard by townsfolk on land.
Its drunken crew proved incapable of rescuing King Henry I’s son and only legitimate heir to the throne.

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A dynasty’s sinking ship

Princess Diana’s brother Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer — mum about Diana or any royal or anything anybody itches to know — has a new HarperCollins book. Out Oct. 19. On the UK best seller list. Title: “The White Ship.”
Year 1120’s sunken White Ship altered history, leading to Britain’s current monarchy. Screams — as a countess’ heavy gown dragged her under, a knight aiding a worker — were heard by townsfolk on land.
Its drunken crew proved incapable of rescuing King Henry I’s son and only legitimate heir to the throne.

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A dynasty’s sinking ship

Princess Diana’s brother Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer — mum about Diana or any royal or anything anybody itches to know — has a new HarperCollins book. Out Oct. 19. On the UK best seller list. Title: “The White Ship.”
Year 1120’s sunken White Ship altered history, leading to Britain’s current monarchy. Screams — as a countess’ heavy gown dragged her under, a knight aiding a worker — were heard by townsfolk on land.
Its drunken crew proved incapable of rescuing King Henry I’s son and only legitimate heir to the throne.

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