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Let’s imagine our house on fire. What’s the first thing we’d want to do? Put it out! Try to save it to be repaired and reoccupied. But too often these days . . . more
Art has always been a way for people to express their truest feelings. Art is a window to the mind, heart and soul. more
I had decided to write about cauliflower this week. I imagined a nice midsummer column on a vegetable that’s boring, white and gassy. What a delightful distraction from . . . more
Given all the controversy about Russia today, maybe it’s time for a reality check. more
I grew up in a ranch-style home on two acres in Yaphank, in Suffolk County, from the late 1960s through the late ’80s, when the hamlet mainly comprised cabbage and horse farms, wildflower fields and forest. more
"When I was a kid," oldsters are known to say, “life was so much harder.” I heard this from my dad, who talked about stoking a furnace . . . more
Now that the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare is apparently dead, it’s time for Congress to get on with repairing Obamacare’s serious flaws, stabilizing health care insurance costs and . . . more
Everybody knew that passing a federal health care reform bill would be tough. Just call former Presidents Clinton and Obama, and they’ll vouch for the fact that getting a consensus in Congress can be . . . more
When I met Nelson Melgar, the only thing we thought united us was a shared concern for our community. We met by chance at an event at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County . . . more
Rinat Akhmetshin. Remember the name. He may be an answer to an esoteric political trivia question in a few years. more
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