Homes must be off-limits for protesters

Kavanaugh, Coney Barrett cases are latest to show the alarming potential for violence.

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Medically assisted suicide is a slippery slope

New York legislators would be wise to cast their votes cautiously.  

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New York roads are an obstacle course

For drivers in the region, it's a short spiral from fear to rage to exasperation.

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Pondering a Hunter Biden indictment

The case of the president's son will have repercussions for his father.

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O'Reilly: The American right reawakens to Russia

Republicans finally remember that they have always been opposed to tyranny.

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O'Reilly: Educate kids about perils of fentanyl

It's time for a social media campaign to warn them: The synthetic opioid is a killer.

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O'Reilly: What will become of Manhattan?

Crime is returning and there's deep uncertainty about the future of its business districts.

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O'Reilly: Amid crises, a New Year's resolution of gratitude

Restoring national confidence starts with being grateful for what and who we have.

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O'Reilly: The power of asking questions

Truth needs to be lodged free sometimes, and only sharp queries can unearth it. 

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O'Reilly: Wokeness slipping toward caricature

As it's evolved, it's become a divisive philosophy rejected by many.

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O'Reilly: Is the pendulum swinging again?

The governor's race in Virginia could show us that normalcy is returning.

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O'Reilly: California toy law solves no problem

Stores shouldn't have to sell products that are gender-neutral for boys and girls.

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O'Reilly: Black victims of crime should matter, too 

The Gabby Petito story forces us to ask ourselves uncomfortable questions.

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O'Reilly: The January 6 rally that wasn't

Protest flop shows Donald Trump's hold on the GOP might be waning.

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O'Reilly: Populists must join mainstream conversation

At a time of rapid change in the country, there's a need for reasoned dissent.

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O'Reilly: NY lessons from a 'Silent Minority'

2020 presidential election data from Arizona undermines Trump's Big Lie.

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O'Reilly: Biles scores gold for struggling youths

Young people today are raised in a whirlwind of information and with expectations impossible to realize.

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O'Reilly: UN racism envoy will fan the flames

It's not hard to understand why many on the right call those on the hard left America haters.

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O'Reilly: Voting debacles erode trust and confidence

The election process is too mysterious, leaving the average citizen bewildered.

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O'Reilly: Olympics errs on trans weightlifter

It's unfair for biological males to compete against biological females, woke as it is.

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O'Reilly: Crime driving NYC mayoral race

As violence rises, candidates aim to convince voters who will fight it best.

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O'Reilly: Holocaust teaching bill too political

Mandating a special test would lead to a slippery slope for state legislators.

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O'Reilly: A reality check for NY Republicans

Supporting Zeldin for governor is risky, since he is anathema to Democrats.

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O'Reilly: The GOP reckoning with Liz Cheney

A political death warrant from a party that no longer cares about the truth.

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O'Reilly: Standing taller as a nation

As the U.S. starts to share COVID vaccines, we are reminded of the qualities that unite us.

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O'Reilly: Let's pierce our comfort zones

Harnessing tech's power to challenge — not just reinforce — our assumptions.

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O'Reilly: Can Biden seal a deal on immigration?

We're back to semi-normalcy — debating immigration policy in Washington.

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O'Reilly: Trump's social media ban is more dangerous than he is

The platforms' power to redact opinion is almost certainly more of a menace over time than any renegade political figure.

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O'Reilly: The world according to middle schoolers

Maybe it's the future we should be debating. The past is too fluid.

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O'Reilly: Biden inauguration a testament to the promise of America

The transfer of American power took place peaceably on Wednesday and it was glorious.

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O'Reilly: Give Republicans the exit ramp they need

But there are clear areas where contrition is needed.

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O'Reilly: Battle against counterculture messaging

A word all people of goodwill should agree to retire.

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O'Reilly: Can Russian aggression bring U.S. together?

The breaches are far more threatening to America than Sputnik ever was.

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Masks, U-boats, and personal responsibility

How did our idea of freedom become so warped?

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O'Reilly: Trumpism is here to stay

Trump is a flawed candidate, but here's how he is the perfect person to lead a political realignment.

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O'Reilly: Can politics be honorable?

We've become inured to rule breaking as a society.

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O'Reilly: Is Joe Biden the conservative in the race?

When I looked at that stage Tuesday night, I couldn't help asking whether Biden is the more conservative candidate this time.

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O'Reilly: In the Senate, America is at the edge of the cliff

But this old parliamentary rule might help save America.

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O'Reilly: Election peacekeepers will be needed

We're likely looking at days or even weeks before the Nov. 3 outcome is clear enough for certification.

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O'Reilly: Another freedom quietly falls in California

Every time one of our freedoms is taken away we should pause and ask ourselves "where's this all going?"

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O'Reilly: Democrats pitch a big tent

Republicans are ready to respond to Biden's anti-Donald Trump, unity message.

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O'Reilly: Why did Twitter silence a NY voice?

State Conservative Party account suspended for violating some unspecified policy.

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O'Reilly: The question Biden needs to answer

As president, will he or won't he support overturning the filibuster in the Senate?

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O'Reilly: Is America spiraling out of control?

We seem to be on a path to self-destruction.

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O'Reilly: Cuomo vs. Cuomo

The governor, the $14.95 poster and COVID-19.

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O'Reilly: COVID-19 trumps the culture wars

Both are powerful issues ahead of election, and Trump manages to bungle both. Why?

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O'Reilly: Never Trumpers must forgive GOP senators

Working to knock off sitting Republicans as a punishment for spinelessness isn't worth it in this political environment.

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O'Reilly: Sins of the past and present

The abortion battle may never be settled in this country. But what if a generation camealong with utter moral clarity?

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O'Reilly: What would Lincoln say about Confederate monuments?

He understood the importance of reconciliation.

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O'Reilly: George Floyd killing sinks Amy Klobuchar's VP hopes

Killing in Minneapolis sinks VP hopes for the Klobuchar, but improves a Florida congresswoman's chances of joining a Biden 2020 ticket.

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