Jerry Kremer
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Storms of epic proportions are a challenge to everyone near or directly affected by them. 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
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 the time of year when families across the country are struggling to find the right colleges for their soon-to-graduate sons and daughters. There’s some promising news on the horizon for some of those students . . . more
Since November’s election, it hasn’t been easy to be a Democrat. Most of us assumed that Hillary Clinton would win in a walk, and the media . . . more
Among Norman Rockwell’s most famous paintings are his “Freedom of Speech” series. One of them depicts an average citizen standing up at a town hall meeting . . . more
Even though I’ve always been involved in politics, I don’t come from a family where politics dominated the nightly dinner-table discussions. more
It’s been just five months since Election Day, but if you’re a Democrat, it has been an eternity. If you’re a Republican and a Trump supporter, you probably haven’t . . . more
For decades now, at the beginning of every presidency, the media and even the president himself have become obsessed with . . . more
I’m addicted to watching shows like “House of Cards,” “Veep,” ”Homeland” and “Madame Secretary.” In some way, each episode depicts . . . more
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