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I saw a guy in town waiting under the portico of a medical practice that specializes in lung disease, and damn if he wasn’t puffing away on a cigarette. more
We’ve all heard the adage that the only things that are certain in life are death and taxes. But today it’s more accurate to say that what’s also certain for most Americans are debt and taxes. more
Is Facebook responsible for genocide? It’s an unexpected question, and a frightening one, I know, but it’s one that must be asked. Hear me out. more
Bless the internet and social media. I never thought I would utter those words, but I did, just today, and I mean it, especially over this holiday week. more
I’m a big believer in bipartisanship. I come from an era when Democrats and Republicans worked together successfully on a variety of important issues. As a Democrat, I remember the Republican Party as the party of Lincoln, the party of Ronald Reagan . . . more
In the modern world we live in, in the richest country in the world and in one of the wealthiest areas of that country, you’d think that Nassau County’s expectant and new mothers, along with their babies, would get the best care in the world. You’d be wrong. more
That would be Michael Avenatti Syndrome. From the torrent of allegations and indictments that flowed from the White House in the early days of the Trump presidency, out stepped Michael Avenatti. more
There’s a growing immigration crisis at our southern border with Mexico that threatens to overwhelm the U.S. Every month, 100,000 immigrants show up at the border. more
Toward the beginning of the Passover ritual, called a Seder, which is followed by a delicious meal, we lift up a piece of unleavened bread, called matza, and say, “This is the bread of the poor … more
An Easter message from Rev. Bob Walderman of the Lynbrook Baptist Church. more
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