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Nearly 100 Arrested After Blocking Traffic While Protesting ICE

Nearly 100 Arrested After Blocking Traffic While Protesting ICE

Jason Hopkins | Immigration and Politics Reporter . Authorities arrested nearly 100 people after protesters against Immigration and Customs Enforcement locked arms and blocked traffic on a major New York roadway Saturday. “We are protesting the camps at the border and the children being separated from their parents,” Miriam Bernstein, a resident of Brooklyn, said to […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | What Would Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Do?

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | What Would Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Do?

  L. Neil Smith All that the left knows how to do is steal and kill and wreck what  they’re incapable of building or even understanding. In the latest instance, Amazon.com, that great cornucopian  Sears-Roebuck of the twenty-first century, which was going to establish  a new corporate headquarters, choosing Long Island City, New York from  among […]

New York City May Be On The Verge Of Losing Its Massive Deal With Amazon

New York City May Be On The Verge Of Losing Its Massive Deal With Amazon

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter Amazon is reportedly rethinking its promise to build a headquarters in New York City after receiving pushback from local officials and residents, sources told The Washington Post. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, both Democrats, are pushing for the Amazon deal after being instrumental in securing […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Massa Bloomberg Speaks!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Massa Bloomberg Speaks!

  By L. Neil Smith I have never liked or respected Michael R. Bloomberg, even the slightest bit. This, you may remember, is the hyper-authoritarian specimen who, as Mayor of New York City, attempted to employ the full force of the law — 33,000 badges, assorted pistols, revolvers, shotguns, nightsticks, tear gas, handcuffs, belly chains, maybe even brass knuckles […]

“In High Style” art exhibit is extended one week! Shows through April 14th

“In High Style” art exhibit is extended one week! Shows through April 14th

VENTURA, CALIF. – The Museum of Ventura County has announced that the exhibit In High Style: The Photography of Neal Barr will be extended through April 14. The exhibit’s extensive collection of Barr’s iconic photographic images leads the viewer through his extraordinary life and career, from his early beginnings in Ventura, CA to his fashion […]

Father of bomb suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami: I called FBI twice

Father of bomb suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami: I called FBI twice

ELIZABETH — The father of Ahmad Khan Rahami, order the man suspected in planting bombs in New York and New Jersey, stomach told reporters outside his fried chicken restaurant this morning that he called the FBI twice about his son. Mohammad Rahami at first came to a side gate outside the First American Fried Chicken […]

The Ziegfeld’s Last Picture Show

The Ziegfeld’s Last Picture Show

    By Joel Schlosberg The Ziegfeld, New York City’s most elaborate movie theater, shut its doors after final screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on January 28. Its sumptuous decor in the tradition of early-1900s movie palaces made it the go-to place for premieres. A throwback even when it opened in 1969, let […]