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I was looking for a sharp stick the other night, because I had promised myself that I would rather poke myself in the eye than watch another news blast about D.T. You know, the guy with the red squirrel squatting on his head. more
Thirty-plus years ago, there was a presidential candidate who, while he had served two terms as governor of California, was still known as a celebrity, and not necessarily as a potential commander in chief. The Republican establishment was dead set against him. That man was Ronald Reagan . . . more
The special election to fill the State Senate’s 9th District seat, formerly held by Majority Leader Dean Skelos, is set for April 19, the same day as New York’s presidential primary. more
Dad turns 97 this week. Mom, 93, is making him baked chicken for his birthday dinner. Let us hope she takes the bird out of the plastic wrap this time. more
On Monday, Republican and Democratic delegates from around the great state of Iowa will hold district conventions, at which attendees in their respective precincts will mark the names of the presidential candidates they support. Votes will be counted in each precinct . . . more
In my wildest political musings, I could not have imagined a more comically frightening scene: Sarah Palin standing side by side with Donald Trump, endorsing him for president. more
I hate to be crass, but kids are really expensive. If you’re considering whether to make a baby or get a dog . . . more
President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address on Jan. 12, and the race to replace him has tightened on both sides. Who would have believed that at this point in the race . . . more
The people of America are in a bad mood, and it’s hard to understand why. Unemployment is the lowest it’s been in years. Oil prices have hit rock bottom, and you can fill up your car for $25. New cars are selling at the fastest pace . . . more
During his first term in office, Bill Clinton was earning good grades as president, proving to be a masterful politician and a great communicator-in-chief. He was . . . more
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