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I lay on my back in the tiny concrete courtyard of my childhood home in El Salvador, in the cool shade cast by long tin panels that extended from the roof. A few times a week at around noon . . . more
Somewhere over the rainbow, people are still reading books and writing letters. But as I look into America's crystal ball, I see a post-literate society where the key to success and wealth is mastering . . . emojis. more
On April 18, Town of Hempstead Supervisor Anthony Santino gave residents something to cheer about when he announced a $5 million surplus for 2016. Santino and his administration . . . more
If I call my dog an average of five times a day for the next 16 years (that’s about how long my dogs live), then I will use the name 29,200 times. Do I really want to be shouting . . . more
Ever since President Trump authorized a missile attack against the Syrian air base used to attack innocent civilians and children with chemical weapons, the mainstream media have bashed him for changing his position. They’re out of their minds! more
No matter how hard I try, I just can’t seem to get away from Donald J. Trump. Case in point: In the past, much of the discussion at the New York Press Association’s April convention . . . more
Take the fight to Syria? Who says? The guy who tweets about Chuck Todd’s “sleepy eyes” in the predawn hours? more
I want to congratulate President Trump for finally sending a message to the coward dictator of Syria, Bashar al-Assad. The U.S. sent a firm message . . . more
It’s been just five months since Election Day, but if you’re a Democrat, it has been an eternity. If you’re a Republican and a Trump supporter, you probably haven’t . . . more
Everybody is against everything everywhere. That seems to be a common theme in Nassau County. Where else can you find people so opposed to . . . more
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