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What was the Democratic Party’s position on immigration that was strongly advocated by former President Bill Clinton, and was widely cheered by his party, in his address to Congress on Jan. 24, 1995? more
Among Norman Rockwell’s most famous paintings are his “Freedom of Speech” series. One of them depicts an average citizen standing up at a town hall meeting . . . more
My first crush. As a senior in high school, I’d say it was on a girl named Kristen. She laughed when I told jokes, we both ran track and my friends all thought she was pretty. more
Dear Emi, Elijah, Jacob and Sabrina: The last time I wrote a “letter to my grandchildren” was in 2008. more
Just five weeks in, President Trump has continued to deliver on many of his campaign promises. Last week he reassured the American public and two of our closest allies that our relationships with them . . . more
In the previous installment, I talked about narrowing down the final list of schools to which you’ll apply. Now you’re ready to send for applications and fill them out. This column includes many tips as well as some do’s and don’ts. I’ve shared this information through the years, both in this column and during my reports on WCBS Newsradio 880. There’ve been some changes with the advent of the Internet and the ability to apply to some schools on line. The information applies to both “classic paper” and on-line submissions. more
Drum roll, please. I’m about to take a swipe at the book reviewers who recently led me off a cliff and out to sea. As many readers know, my other job . . . more
President Trump’s controversial travel ban suffered a setback when the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals voted to uphold the block on his executive order. The ruling . . . more
Well, far-left liberals got exactly what they wanted: a caricature of a president against whom a resistance movement could coalesce. Right-wing conservatives got exactly what they wanted . . . more
We are all witnesses to the “new normal” in the Trump administration. In power all of three weeks, the president and his proxies have . . . more
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