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Dec. 14, 2013. It was nail-biting cold. The sort of cold that foreshadowed snowflakes in the coming days but still coddled them in gray-blanketed skies. more
Bullish? Bearish? Last week The New York Times featured an article in which “top investors” offered their predictions for the economy in the coming year. more
It’s amazing what President-elect Donald Trump can accomplish with just 140 characters. His use of Twitter has drawn criticism from the mainstream media as well as Democrats on Capitol Hill, but . . . more
Before you swallow that éclair, perhaps you want to consider the rest of your life. It seems a fitting time, as 2016 turns toward 2017 . . . more
There is no denying the strained relationship President Obama has always had with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Why Obama has not made more efforts with our one of our greatest allies . . . more
To have predicted Donald Trump’s stunning Nov. 8 victory, one only needed to rewind time 22 years, to 1994 –– the year low-fi-alternative musician Beck released “Loser.” Most folks probably don’t recall . . . more
In these days before Christmas, the first night of Hanukkah, the last moments of 2016, the eve of a New Year, I have been looking for signs of hope. more
Russia. Friend? Enemy? Campaign and political pawn is more like it these days. more
We are close to the end of what has been a historic year. So many things happened affecting so many people . . . more
Do you know what happened on May 10, 1933? Hitler ordered the burning of some 25,000 books. Joseph Goebbels, his minister of “enlightenment and propaganda,” moved to eradicate all Jewish influence from the literature of the times. From there, Goebbels went on to censor newspapers, magazines and radio broadcasts. more
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