Tag Archives: New York Post

Honoring Sandra Day O’Connor’s supreme class

Even in grim circumstances, Sandra Day O’Connor remains the ultimate class act. She broke the Supreme Court glass ceiling back in 1981, then served with distinction and honor for decades. Now she’s fully retiring from public life, as she’s suffering the early stages of dementia, probably Alzheimer’s. “I want to be open about these changes, Read More…

MTA’s Andy Byford stands up for straphangers

The subway is a system for transit, not shelters — and it’s neither humane nor compassionate to pretend otherwise. Progressives will cry foul, claiming Byford is heartlessly violating their rights. But no one has the right to sprawl on station benches, much less stretch out on a train. And New Yorkers on their way around Read More…

In debate, Andrew Cuomo shifts from chicken to bully

It turns out Gov. Andrew Cuomo still wasn’t interested in debating Republican challenger Marc Molinaro: The gov went all-out to try to monopolize their long-overdue face-off Tuesday. Throughout the hour-long encounter, Cuomo ignored the moderators as he continually interrupted Molinaro and even tried to impose his own interpretation of the time limits — when he Read More…

Don’t be fooled by the latest ‘Russian meddling’ indictment

The Justice Department announced charges against Russian social-media manipulator Elena Khusyaynova on Friday. She is accused of conspiring to set up fake Facebook and Twitter accounts under names like “Bertha Malone,” “Rachell Edison” and “wokeluisa” that posted “tens of thousands of messages” about gun rights, immigration, the midterm elections and other controversial topics. No one Read More…

Trump’s gifts to North Korea make him look like Obama

If President Trump isn’t careful, his North Korea concessions will soon resemble President Barack Obama’s pre-nuclear-deal gifts to Iran. Trump denies ever making concessions to Pyongyang strongman Kim Jong-un. But last week the Pentagon announced the cancellation of the Vigilant Ace exercise, the annual winter drill America and South Korea jointly conduct to prepare for Read More…

Hunter reportedly finds human skull in woods

A  Pennsylvania man hunting with his son had a terrifying experience Saturday, reportedly finding a human skull in the woods. Doug Weyandt told WTAJ-News he came across what he initially thought was a bear skull and a “well-weathered” shoe while squirrel hunting in the woods behind his family’s business, Mile Level Farm Market and Greenhouses in Snake Read More…

Teacher accused of filming disrobing students is hit with hundreds of new charges

A teacher who was arrested last month for allegedly recording students undressing is facing hundreds of new charges after a forensic examination revealed nearly 300 videos and images of young girls, sheriff’s officials said. Mark Ackett — a married, 50-year-old former fashion design teacher at Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Fla. — is now facing Read More…

Short seller Citron switches to long position on Tesla shares

Tesla’s shares rose nearly 7 percent on Tuesday, after long-time critic and short-seller Citron Research reversed its opinion on the stock to “long” from “short.” The change in view comes a month after Andrew Left-led Citron sued Tesla and its chief executive Elon Musk, saying Musk fraudulently engineered his since-abandoned plan to take the carmaker Read More…

Parent to spin off MoviePass into stand-alone company

The cash-strapped cinema subscription service MoviePass is being spun off from its ailing parent company. Helios and Matheson Analytics CEO Ted Farnsworth announced Tuesday morning that its board had approved preliminary plans to create a stand-alone MoviePass company. The subsidiary, dubbed MoviePass Entertainment Holdings, will be publicly traded and will take all entertainment and film-related Read More…