Jerry Kremer
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I don’t usually quote the Bible in my column, but the future of Belmont Park brings to mind the words of Ecclesiastes 3 (King James version). more
I never thought that America’s two political parties would hit rock bottom, but it’s a fact that both of them are in the toilet. The Republican Party is a rudderless ship . . . more
Every Election Day is important, and Nov. 7 is no different. There aren’t a lot of high-profile contests, but voters will still be choosing village mayors and town and county officials. more
I recently attended a breakfast meeting, and sat in a room full of successful business leaders along with a large number of attorneys. The subject was the business climate on Long Island, and somehow . . . more
Everybody knew that passing a federal health care reform bill would be tough. Just call former Presidents Clinton and Obama, and they’ll vouch for the fact that getting a consensus in Congress can be . . . more
My political career started in the early 1960s, when I was a young reporter and then a speechwriter for political candidates. My hometown of Long Beach was one of only two Democratic areas . . . more
It’s hard to believe that we’ve observed the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. Unlike previous superstorms, the damage caused by Sandy is still . . . more
Some doctors tell us that us “time heals all wounds,” but for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, a great deal remains to be done, and the public has to be reminded of it as often as possible. more
Storms of epic proportions are a challenge to everyone near or directly affected by them. more
Nov. 7 was a historic day in Nassau County political history. Democratic candidates scored major victories in the county and the Town of Hempstead, and the old-line Republican establishment is still in shock. more
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