City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is having a rough week so far. For one thing, new Quinnipiac poll shows the mayoral front-runner's numbers hitting a five-month low. She's also facing a new attack ad paid for by a coalition of labor and animal-rights groups. The ad got some media attention earl ... More >>
A Supreme Court case has colleges considering how to stay diverse if race-based admissions is axed
Columbia University plans on investigating reports that the New York Police Department, which spied on Muslims at Northeastern universities, targeted students at the Ivy League institution, according to The Associated Press (via Wall Street Journal.) At a university meeting Tuesday, Provost John H ... More >>
As issues that arose following revelations of the NYPD's zealous surveillance of Muslims throughout the Northeast are still far from being resolved, the New York Post published a cartoon by Sean Delonas depicting those Muslims that see these actions as an invasion of privacy as bomb-making terrorist ... More >>
"The New York Fed just appointed Denis M. Hughes as its chair. Lee Bollinger has been named as vice-chair," grumbles National Review's Jonah Goldberg. "A union organizer and a very liberal lawyer, just the team we need." Hughes, president of the New York State AFL-CIO, has served on the New Y ... More >>
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Forcibly silenced, an invited speaker at Columbia has not been invited back.
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President Lee Bollinger continues to compromise his beleaguered administration
Proceedings will not be tape-recorded, and the report will not be for the public
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