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October, 2014

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Cops gone wild, part 1

A Brooklyn cop-brutality victim, who received the largest verdict ever delivered in a national case 20 years ago, speaks with our columnist in this first installment of a two-part column on corruption in the NYPD. Comment.
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Mayor’s report card: blunders, groveling, cronyism, & bigotry

This week, our columnist points out that phony Bill DeBlasio is a proud supporter of the black one-percent. Comments (1).
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George, Amal, and Muslim thugs

George Clooney’s wedding to Amal Alamuddin made headlines, but there was no buzz about the bride’s unblushing ties to nuts, says our columnist. Comments (1).
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Islamo-freaks are taking over the west — with the free world’s cooperation

President Obama must stop demonizing America at the expense of Islam, and the international community must sanction the Muslim world, unless it uses its own muscle and money to destroy radical Islam, writes our columnist. Comments (3).

September, 2014

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The Department of Education deserves a dunce cap for promoting long-term bilingual programs

The city must use its $25.9 billion budget to teach immigrant students English and not keep them tethered to its long-term bilingual programs — and a life of disadvantage — writes our columnist. Comment.
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Lame-brain Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito rebuffs the national anthem on 9-11

Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is a top city official, second only to the mayor, but she thought it fine to put her personal opinion ahead of her public duty and disrespect the national anthem on the thirteenth anniversary of America’s worst day, says our columnist. Comments (2).
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Muslims need to form an international peace movement to root out the radicals

The Muslim world is dozing at the wheel while Islamo-thugs amplify their terrorism, writes our columnist. Comments (2).
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Heroic 9-11 Firefighter Joseph Patrick Henry — gone but not forgotten

Firefighter Joseph Patrick Henry made the supreme sacrifice on 9-11, perishing with his entire unit from Ladder 21 in Manhattan. His brother, Michael Henry, speaks with A Britisher’s View on the 14th anniversary of the World Trade Center terror attacks. Comment.

August, 2014

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The internet — the revolution of our age — turns 45 years old on Tuesday

The electronic superhighway celebrates its 45th birthday on Sept. 2, and its pros and cons are kingdoms of marvel and cesspits of horror, writes our columnist. Comments (1).
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The Battle of Brooklyn played a pivotal role in the nation’s creation

There might not be a Brooklyn — or even an America — if not for the sacrifices of the revolutionaries who fought in the Battle of Brooklyn, which commemorates its 238 anniversary on Aug. 27. Comment.
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Send a ‘woof’ of appreciation to smart and soulful hounds on National Dog Day

Faithful Fido has loved, nurtured, and saved us throughout history — and National Dog Day is a time to celebrate this wagnificent force of nature. Comments (2).
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On vacation — have a great weekend!

A Britisher’s View is on vacation this week, but will be back next Friday. Comments (1).
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Sunnis, Shiites must learn to play nice

Some members of IIslam’s Sunni and Shiite sects seem to hate each other in unfathomable ways — and it’s high time they got off their pious rumps and stopped their evil juggernaut, writes our columnist. Comments (2).

July, 2014

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Downed jetliner victims might still be alive today if not for Putin

Russia needs to assume responsibility for downed Malaysian Flight 17. The nearly 300 passengers who perished on board might still be alive today, if President Vladimir Putin had not meddled in Ukraine’s internal affairs in a bid to restore ex-Soviet glory days, writes our columnist. Comment.
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New municipal identification cards legalize illegals

The city’s new municipal identification cards allow illegal immigrants to live with “peace of mind,” says Mayor DeBlasio. But what about their crime victims, asks our columnist. Comments (4).
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Palestinian apologists need to rethink their solidarity to a toxic cause

Palestinians are more interested in Israel’s destruction than in self-government, writes our columnist. Comments (2).
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Toot-toot-a-toot! Happy Birthday America — you look great at 238!

There are 238 reasons to celebrate the United States of America — one for each year of its glorious life — writes our true-blue columnist. Comments (3).

June, 2014

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Sodom-on-the-Sea is no longer a fish out of water, thanks to new Thunderbolt and other improvements

New improvements and rides — including the Thunderbolt roller coaster — are helping return Coney Island to its glory days, writes our columnist. Comment.
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The United States is a dumping ground for illegals and jihadists

Crisis-riddled America is having a nervous breakdown — and illegal immigrants and jihadists are its leading causes, writes our columnist. Comments (2).
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Sissy Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s desertion puts all Americans in harm’s way

Nobody waterboarded sissy Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl into signing his oath of enlistment, but his desertion endangers the lives of all Americans, leaving our sworn enemies to gloat and plot, writes our columnist. Comments (5).
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King and Queen Dante and Chiara need to get on pop’s case about restoring the Boardwalk

Dante and Chiara DeBlasio will lead the Mermaid Parade in Coney Island on June 21, but first they need to hound their dad about restoring the Boardwalk to its all-wood glory, writes our columnist. Comments (1).

May, 2014

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Bam is the Howard Hughes of foreign policy

The President is running scared from implementing a candid foreign policy that protects U.S. interests and won’t let losers like Russia and China dance on America’s grave, writes our columnist. Comment.
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U.S. veterans, dead and alive, deserve our gratitude and support on Memorial Day — and every day

Memorial Day is more than a day for shopping, barbecues, and welcoming summer, it’s an opportunity to reflect on the sacrifices of our battlefield bravehearts — deceased and living — writes our columnist. Comments (2).
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Bam and Hill must face the music over Benghazi

The new House investigation into the U.S. embassy terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, needs to nail Bam and Hill for their botched response, writes our columnist. Comments (1).
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Public opinion should not damn free speech — even when it hurts

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling set off a firestorm with his anti-black comments, but the law protects his right to be a racist and the kangaroo court of public opinion should butt out, writes our columnist. Comments (4).
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Muslims detonate over 9-11 museum video

Muslims are making a tough day tougher for New Yorkers by protesting a video exhibit in the soon-to-open National September 11 Memorial Museum, claims our columnist. Comments (4).

April, 2014

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Islamo-nuts move to silence ‘Honor Diaries’

“Honor Diaries,” a new documentary about Islam’s stranglehold on women has paranoid Muslims quaking on their prayer mats, writes our columnist. Comment.
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End of the road for Rev. Al

The rabble-rousing reverend needs to atone for past sins with a redemption campaign, writes our columnist. Comment.
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Twit Mel tweets for terrorist

Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito should be impeached for her betrayal of the city she is elected to protect, our columnist says. Comments (2).
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Malevolent mullahs must be cracking up over WTC security breach

Our sworn enemies are having a field day over America’s diminishing respect for the memories of 9-11 victims, writes our columnist. Comment.

March, 2014

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Bill’s blahs after three months on the job

Hizzoner’s job-approval rating is dismal and ideology has claimed his common sense, writes our columnist. Comment.
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Message to Vladimir Putin: Nyet to a return of the Soviet Union

Russian President Vladimir Putin longs for a return to the Soviet heyday, but the dead exmpire’s former states are hotbeds of calamity, writes our columnist. Comment.
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Brooklyn won’t be the same without Ed Eisenberg

Late Manhattan Beach activist Ed Eisenberg was one-of-a-kind, and you can bet your bottom dollar that he is already making his mark in assorted civic groups in the sky, writes our columnist. Comment.
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Shavana reacts to Spike’s tirade

Fading moviemaker Spike Lee’s potty-mouthed tirade against gentrification is one more example of his failing street cred, writes our columnist. Comment.

February, 2014

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Israel boycotters are squawking up a storm, but let’s see them take on a real rogue regime

Israel boycotters are all squawk and no chutzpah, claims our columnist. Comment.
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‘A Tale of Two Cities’ has DeB-n-bish cooking cronyism in a petri dish

Mayor DeBlasio abused his office when he made a phone call to an NYPD boss that helped to spring his pal from prison, writes our columnist. Comment.
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Perv loos and other poops at the Olympics immortalize Sochi as the no-go destination of the world

President Vladimir Putin wanted to show one and all that, as host of the Sochi Olympics, Russia was still a super power. But his public relations’ blunders — complete with spy cams, loos with a view, and icky water — have flushed those hopes down the toilet, writes our columnist. Comment.
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Grimm times for ‘Mikey Suits’

Rep. Michael Grimm is in good company, when it comes to blowing a potty-mouthed gasket, writes our columnist. Comment.

January, 2014

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Councilman Menchaca’s ‘illegals’ gig champions the lawless over the lawful

The new head of the City Council’s Immigration Committee has vowed to push for municipal IDs for illegal immigrants — a bad move, according to our columnist. Comments (2).
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Human rights a game-changer at this year’s Olympics

Vladimir Putin’s human rights abuses and the threat of a terror attack put a dampener on the world’s greatest sporting spectacle, writes our columnist. Comment.
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City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito put a terrorist ahead of Americans

New Yorkers do not need a migraine in the form of a new City Council speaker with a troubling past as an unrepentent apologist for terror-mongers, writes our columnist. Comments (1).
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Tacky guest speakers trashed Mayor DeBlasio’s inauguration day

Mayor DeBlasio’s induction at City Hall was ruined by gauche guest speakers who demonstrated their commitment to uncivil rights, says our columnist. Comments (5).
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Bill’s DeBlah over Kings Plaza flash mob

Why did the new mayor ignore the melee at Kings Plaza Shopping Center that scared and intimidated shoppers on the eve of his watch? Our columnist wants to know. Comments (6).

December, 2013

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NYPD cuffs reporters in police blotter blackout

Police blotters are among the top reads of this paper, but a recent NYPD decree obstructed reporters from accessing victim complaints at Brooklyn stationhouses. That means readers won’t get all the facts about lawless activity in their communities, making the directive a crime against community, writes our columnist. Comment.

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