The inexcusable snubs Hockey Hall of Fame has no answer for

Puffs of white smoke do all of the talking for the Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee, so we never quite know why certain candidates are perennially overlooked, and I’m looking primarily at Doug Wilson and Kevin Lowe — dominant defenseman of their shared era of the late ’70s through mid-’90s. Their omission from the […]

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Buff Bernie Sanders to star in comic book

Feel the … buff? Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is the star of a new comic book that shows him physically battling Democratic primary opponents including Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke. “Talk Bernie To Me!: The Bernie Sanders Special and AOC Surprise” asks readers to suspend their disbelief with a cover depicting a ripped Sanders […]

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The record weirdness of the Democratic debates

Forget for now about winners and losers of the two-night Democratic presidential debate, and consider all the weirdness. see also The winners and losers of second Democratic debate Post debate analyst Eric Koch was the communications director for… On Night One, Julian Castro tripped on his virtue-signaling by advocating for reproductive rights, including abortions, for […]

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Joy of honoring 1969 washes away Mets agony for a moment

There was a strange sound coming from Citi Field on Saturday afternoon. One not heard much lately, and not likely to be heard much the rest of the summer. It was cheers. Applause. Actual joy. For 30 minutes, the Mets and their fans got to forget about the current season that is closer to irrelevance […]

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Brooklyn firefighter convicted of choking ex-girlfriend at nightclub

A Brooklyn firefighter was convicted of choking his ex-girlfriend — a top FDNY lawyer — at a crowded nightclub, The Post has learned. Bridget Hamblin testified at Ernest McCoy’s criminal trial that she “feared for her life” while the hulking firefighter strangled her with both hands at the Brooklyn Mirage. “He’s really big, and he […]

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