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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Alfonse D'Amato
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Ever wonder why everyone in your workplace always looks so busy on his or her computer? Well, there’s a good chance that your colleagues are playing some sort of online fantasy sport. more
Only 20 percent of Long Islanders voted in last week’s election, but they made sure their voices were heard loud and clear: They were sick of the corruption that has plagued politics at all levels of government. more
John Crudele, a columnist for the New York Post whom I have tremendous respect for, wrote a recent column titled, “Here’s how we can fix this broken economy.” Last week, in a debate hosted by CNBC, the Republican marching band of presidential candidates . . . more
God has blessed the City of Long Beach with a magnificent oceanfront and a fabulous bay area along Reynolds Channel. For years it has attracted thousands of visitors to vacation or to spend a day relaxing at the beach. But the city has gone through some very tough times . . . more
After two rounds of the Republican candidates for president trading blows, the Democrats faced off in their first 2016 primary debate. And one thing was clear . . . more
On Nov. 3, the voters of Nassau County will elect a new district attorney for the first time since 2005. I’m supporting Kate Murray, because . . . more
At 12:01 a.m. on Oct. 1, Congress missed an important deadline to reauthorize the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, and that, my friends, is totally unacceptable. more
The Keystone XL pipeline is exactly the economic windfall this country needs. A congressional hot topic since 2011, the pipeline would carry crude oil . . . more
Long Island friends, take note. Believe it or not, the hottest ticket in town isn’t the Mets. It’s Pope Francis. After arriving in Washington on Tuesday . . . more
The verdict is in. As things stand now, the residents of the City of Long Beach will not be funding a $128 million tax break for luxury billionaire developer iStar. more
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