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The Naked Communist is a book written in 1958 by conservative United States author and faith-based political theorist Cleon Skousen. The list of communist goals contained in the book was read into the Congressional Record by U.S. Congressman Albert S. Herlong, Jr. of Florida, on January 10, 1963. These principles […]
A frozen Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial Fountain in New York City’s Bryant Park. Photo Credit: Alice Wu.
Anybody who has ever observed a lotus flower emerging from a murky pond cannot fail to see the beauty of this exquisite plant. The flower always looks so clean and pure against the background of the dirty pond. Because of this the lotus flower has come to be […]
In a city where bagels reign, Becky Rosenthal is shining the spotlight on their trusty but often underappreciated sidekick: cream cheese. At Becky’s Bites, an East Village cafe completely dedicated to the stuff, Rosenthal wants to reimagine the humble spread, celebrating its versatility as the perfect clean canvas to build […]
A wintry mix of rain and snow may cause messy conditions Sunday and Monday As winter weather moves into the New York City area Sunday morning, the New York City Emergency Management Department advises New Yorkers to prepare for messy travel conditions to end the holiday weekend into the beginning […]
Anyone who’s ever driven in New York City knows the value of a good parking spot, and how impossible it is to keep. Tired of people parking in front of your home? Well, take a look at this photo. Photo credit: Rob Wu.
PRESS STATEMENT MICHAEL R. POMPEO, SECRETARY OF STATE JULY 20, 2020 Since 1999, the Communist Party of China (CCP) has sought to eradicate Falun Gong, a spiritual practice originating in China, and its peaceful practitioners and human rights defenders who have fought for their right to practice their beliefs. Extensive […]
“The United States is committed to holding accountable those involved in human rights abuses around the world, including those responsible for the human rights crisis in Xinjiang, China. Beijing’s July 13 announcement to impose retaliatory sanctions on U.S. government officials and organizations who have worked tirelessly to expose the PRC’s […]
Flushing, NY—Today, longtime Flushing resident Sandra Ung released a video declaring her candidacy for the 20th Council District. Sandra is the first person to announce their candidacy for this district. She will seek to become the First Asian-American woman to represent Flushing in the City Council. Watch the Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZXk18LXJag […]