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The possibility that the Democratic Party will lose control of the U.S. Senate in November has put Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in attack mode. more
Is your freedom of speech your freedom to spend your own money? It is according to the Supreme Court. more
On March 18, many Long Island villages conducted local elections to fill the positions of mayor, trustee and other municipal posts. Democracy prevailed, even on the smallest scale. more
Long Islanders have a lot to be happy about these days. Not only is this wretched winter coming to an end, but our average proposed school-tax hike is the lowest it has been in more than four decades. more
A special election in a congressional district in Florida shouldn’t concern New Yorkers. However, the election to fill the seat made vacant by the death of 40-year Republican Congressman Bill Young . . . more
The relationship between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City’s new mayor, Bill de Blasio, continues to be shaky as they go head to head over education. more
When our Founding Fathers sat down to create the Constitution, they decided it would be best to devise a system of checks and balances in order to guard the people against tyranny. more
New York state is considering an initiative at 10 of its state prisons to give prisoners a college education. The program would bring college professors into the prisons . . . more
Twenty states have passed laws allowing patients to access medical marijuana. Right now, New York state is exploring its options . . . more
I recently appeared on Fox News, where the topic was supposed to be the decision by drugstore superpower CVS to no longer sell cigarettes or tobacco products to customers. However, a House Ways and Means Committee hearing quickly diverted our attention. more
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