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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Op/Ed
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Walking my dog around the block last evening, I observed more wildlife and heard more bird songs than I encountered on a recent trip out West. more
United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew, in a disgusting display of political favoritism, pitted his union’s members against New York City police officers . . . more
I couldn’t believe my ears: The bard of 19th century America, Walt Whitman (1819-1892), was bellowing lines from “America” in his actual voice . . . more
It’s summertime and the living should be easy, but we are being tossed by a tsunami of big-time bad news. more
Bill Bratton, the commissioner of the New York City Police Department, has decades of professional experience in law enforcement. He is decorated and well recognized in the field . . . more
One of the constant happenings that seem to be getting worse, regardless of the season, is the people out there who stay awake late at night calculating how to cheat us in any way possible. more
News coverage of the month-long battle between Israel and Hamas has triggered strong reaction among readers of some daily newspapers, particularly The New York Times. more
The “paper tiger” has finally shown its claws, and it’s about time. more
Everyone agrees that government is broken. Why is it broken? In my next few columns, I’ll share with you what I think is wrong with government. more
As I walk around my neighborhood these summer-sweet days, I see a growing phenomenon: houses that have stood for decades, some for 50 years or more, are being torn down by new owners. more
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