Somehow, it’s become a scandal among activists and media that New York City’s mayor wants more severely mentally ill people living on the street to get evaluated for care.
But Donald Trump, of all people, could help save the Democrats from themselves yet again — and maybe even break America’s long fever dream in the process.
“Straight Line Crazy,” a didactic play about Robert Moses, has a lot to say about New York City’s legendary planner—but its airless sermonizing makes for a stodgy piece of theater.
Radicals in both parties who don't believe the state should have a monopoly on physical force are ascendant—and they’re echoing things Frank James said in unhinged YouTube videos.
The man whose policies as governor created nursing home deaths he took pains to hide is up in arms about the “social death penalty.”
The new mayor has a brief window to fulfill a big promise. If he falls short, expect Republicans to amplify his claim to be the face of the Democratic Party.
Someone, maybe a fellow cop, called out Adams’ name and then shot through his back windshield. A shot from inside a cab intended for Sliwa’s head went through the windshield.