Opinion

Olympics’ first trans athlete defies science and fairness in quest for gold

It’s official: For the first time ever, a transgender athlete has qualified for an Olympic team. New Zealand weightlifter Laurel…

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‘Thelma and Louise’ celebrates 30 years with a drive-in

Still in the driver’s seat “Thelma and Louise” turning 30 this year was just commemorated with a charity drive-in viewing…

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Opinion | From Covid to Comeback

Jon Rahm of Spain celebrates with the trophy after winning the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course on…

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Opinion | Critical Race Theory Is the Opposite of Education

I learned economics from a Marxist. It was the height of the Cold War, a critical moment when the survival…

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Moses: In residential school, we were treated as sub-human, and hunger was never absent

Breadcrumb Trail Links Opinion Columnists Author of the article: Russell Moses Publishing date: Jun 21, 2021  •  1 hour ago  • …

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Egan: For Mayor Watson, of things hard and Harder

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Columnists Should council accept the commissioner’s findings — and they are severe — no doubt…

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Opinion | Honoring Jimmy Lai

Jimmy Lai pauses during an interview in Hong Kong, July 1, 2020. Photo: Vincent Yu/Associated Press The Committee to Project…

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The media bought Vladimir Putin’s flattering lies: Devine

Russian disinformation is so yesterday. Vladimir Putin speaks the gospel truth, now that he’s declared Joe Biden is not the…

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Our prosecutors are imperiling us

What to say about the Bronx and Manhattan district attorneys throwing out most of the looting and vandalism cases from…

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Bidenomics threatens to derail America’s recovery from a year of COVID lockdowns

New jobless claims last week rose for the first time in six weeks, in the latest sign that Bidenomics means…

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