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Sunday, May 3, 2015
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You can tell a lot about a person by the way he or she eats ice cream. My son-in-law, for example, mixes his ice cream with water . . . more
As Hillary Clinton campaigns to become the next Clinton elected president, questions continue to arise about her four-year tenure at the State Department and the questionable foreign donations that flowed into the Clinton Foundation . . . more
Even Hillary Clinton’s harshest critics agree that she’s tough. While it’s common to stereotype Democrats and women as softer than Republicans and men, any such effort to stereotype Hillary is belied by her record. more
I have a terrific photo of my grandson, Jacob, running with the ball for a touchdown. He was 9 at the time . . . more
When it comes to Iran and its nuclear program, for many members of Congress, the mantra is the same: “A bad deal is worse than no deal.” more
The caregivers at South Nassau Communities Hospital are excited about the opportunity to work with residents of the barrier island to improve medical services in the wake of the closing of the Long Beach Medical Center . . . more
The April 6 issue of The New Yorker disappointed me. Therein lay what can only be described as a rambling rant decrying the National Audubon Society, of all organizations. more
What if you’re a deeply religious, socially conservative man or woman, and you have a son or daughter who, at age 15, says he or she is gay or transgender? more
Laozi, a Chinese philosopher in the 6th century B.C., is credited with the saying, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” That easily sums up the ongoing effort to provide the residents of the City of Long Beach . . . more
Over the years, I’ve investigated many hot-button topics in education, but none is as contentious as the battle over high-stakes testing for students in grades 3 through 8. more
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