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When I was growing up, it was hard not to notice the numbers tattooed on her wrist. Children are often very observant, and I was curious about what they meant. more
'Is there anyone on stage — and can I see hands? — who is unwilling tonight to pledge your support to the eventual nominee of the Republican Party . . .' more
Who am I? Ask Siri. I don’t know where she ends and I begin. more
One thing I should have learned from my 28 years in Congress and the 15 years before that in the maelstrom of New York politics and government is that political life is all-consuming — especially at the national level. more
Imagine my surprise when I opened my toaster oven to slide in a meatloaf and found a bunch of classified documents inside. more
One of my all-time favorite comedians was Groucho Marx. He always had the right response to the question of the moment. more
Once again, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has left coal in the stockings of Long Island Rail Road commuters. more
For decades, gas pipelines and other delivery infrastructure have been a reliable cash cow for utility companies, which recover the costs of building their distribution systems from our utility bills . . . more
As I look back on my New Years’ columns over these last many years, I might as well have been writing in disappearing ink. Pretty much nothing I expected came to pass . . . more
New York state’s missing U.S. senator, Kirsten Gillibrand, recently surfaced on Long Island. That must mean that Gillibrand finally got around to analyzing November’s election results . . . more
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