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Dear John McCain, As Americans celebrate Memorial Day, we remember our debt to you. Many of us know that during the Vietnam War, you served not just with distinction . . . more
The urgent is keeping America from the important. The media-induced urgency of covering what the Russians did or didn’t do to our democracy is allowing us to lose sight of . . . more
People frequently ask me to explain what’s going on in Washington, because every day is a jumble of bad news. Whether it’s the tweets from the president, the battles between Democrats and Republicans in Congress or . . . more
This is a column about politics, and my role as the columnist is to promote an agenda that readers will either agree with or oppose. But I don’t want it to be a political column. more
Sometimes the traveling shoes pinch. The most unsettling experience in these last two weeks has been . . . more
President Trump has both a challenge and an opportunity with his search for a new FBI director. The challenge is to find someone who . . . more
The young mother bounds from bed before the alarm rings. She nurses the baby, leaves lists for the baby sitter, reviews her notes for a presentation one more time, showers, grabs a coffee and heads for the office. more
A fair evaluation of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office must acknowledge that in the area of foreign affairs, he has acted in positive ways on many fronts. more
Among my earliest memories of eating out at a restaurant are of chowing on burgers and fries at the McDonald’s on Middle Country Road in Coram, in Suffolk County, in the early 1970s. more
About a week ago, I scolded my 13-year-old stepson for complaining that he had to share a bedroom with his 11-year-old brother. I got more irritated than I should have, launching into a tirade . . . more
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