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I am honored by the great responsibility I have been given to serve as Nassau’s next county executive and to pursue the goals I set out during the campaign . . . more
Do I write from the Thanksgiving playbook about raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, or do I write from the heart? Lately, authenticity seems more important than ever, so permit me to write from the heart. more
When the House Ways and Means Committee met to consider its bill to revamp the U.S. tax code . . . more
You need a scorecard to keep up with the sexual harassers these days. Used to be there was an occasional murmur about bad behavior by a celebrity or a political hot shot . . . more
It’s said that every election has consequences. True enough. And some elections also carry a message. While the consequences of last week’s elections . . . more
The public bus dropped me at a dirt patch seemingly in the middle of nowhere. In front of me, on the other side of a four-lane highway, was a wide river. Behind me was a tree-covered escarpment. Pittsburgh was nowhere to be seen. more
There is nothing, absolutely nothing, that would tempt me to relive my teenage years. Even if time travel came with my internet connection . . . more
The House of Representatives has finally introduced a tax bill, and unless it’s changed substantially, it will give Wall Street a windfall, while middle-class taxpayers get a shortfall. 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
“It’s total devastation — countless cars are ruined, the boardwalk is ruined, people’s homes,” Sgt. Eric Cregeen told me the day after Hurricane Sandy . . . more
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