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The House of Representatives has finally introduced a tax bill, and unless it’s changed substantially, it will give Wall Street a windfall, while middle-class taxpayers get a shortfall. more
It’s hard to believe that we’ve observed the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. Unlike previous superstorms, the damage caused by Sandy is still . . . more
“It’s total devastation — countless cars are ruined, the boardwalk is ruined, people’s homes,” Sgt. Eric Cregeen told me the day after Hurricane Sandy . . . more
The rules change as you get older. My parents always told me, “Never talk to strangers,” and that is still excellent advice for the young. But now my abiding rule . . . more
Almost every survey of Americans today shows a serious lack of trust in government. From the national to the local level, citizens doubt whether their government . . . more
It wasn’t easy to pull off, but last week I met my son and daughter for a mother-and-child reunion in Boulder, Colo. It was the first time since they grew up and moved out . . . more
There is no military threat against the United States that looms larger than North Korea. Its dictator, Kim Jong-un, has said that his goal is to . . . more
I looked down, and there it was — my heart, feverishly thumping. My valves looked like little whips snapping back and forth. It was a strange sight indeed. more
We are living in a binary world now. We must be, because the word “binary” has become the “it” word. And it does seem to be the defining concept of the new normal: black or white, right or wrong, up or down. more
It looks more and more like the U.S. is heading toward a showdown with our Mexican and Canadian trading partners over the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement. There’s a basic reason for this. more
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