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Alfonse D'Amato
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In April 2014, two students at St. Anthony’s High School, in South Huntington, brought a Confederate flag to a sporting event. They were subsequently expelled. Later that month, Newsday published an editorial . . . more
For years, the U.S. and other nations have been negotiating with Iran, with the goal of reaching a nuclear arms deal. If the goal was to reward Iran, Mission Accomplished. more
Who would have thought that the Independent U.S. senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, would so quickly close the gap with presumed 2016 presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton? more
De Blasio vs. Cuomo: The gloves are off! New Yorkers were treated to an early July Fourth fireworks show last week when . . . more
On June 2, 1865, Confederate Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, commander of the Confederate forces west of the Mississippi, signed surrender terms offered by the Union army. more
Is Hillary Clinton trying to take a page from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s playbook? Let’s take a look at her record as a senator, and you’ll see that she is anything but progressive . . . more
June 6th was a historic day at Belmont Park as American Pharaoh won the first Triple Crown in 37 years. It was an excellent weekend for handicapping, but not as much fun for me as handicapping the … more
Is there a bright light at the end of the ISIS tunnel? The answer is no. News surfaced last week that the Islamic State had captured two more important Arab cities, giving it more revenue to funnel into illegal activities. more
By far, the greatest scam I’ve ever seen involves a long-controversial 6-acre vacant plot of beachfront property in Long Beach known as the Superblock. Despite many promises of developments . . . more
How deeply can one’s love, loyalty and financial commitment to the Clintons run? Just ask George Stephanopoulos. more
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