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Sunday, October 4, 2015
Tom Suozzi
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I guess we all expected Pope Francis to touch on issues of income inequality. And it’s no surprise that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio focuses on the same issues, as does . . . more
The American Dream isn’t as mystical as people may think. It’s a simple concept: If you’re willing to work hard . . . more
Donald Trump once wrote me a note inside the front cover of one of his books. “To Tom,” it said. “I don’t know much about politics . . ." more
The race for Nassau County district attorney is one of the most important contests in this election cycle. Vying for the top prosecutor’s job are two talented women . . . more
Pope Francis issued an encyclical last month that focuses on our responsibility for and connections to the environment and the poor. I’ve only read the first half of “Laudato Si’" . . . more
In the 1970s and ’80s, New York City was crumbling and Nassau County was a paradise. Now the city is one of the most sought-after destinations in the world, and every day I hear friends and neighbors saying they don’t want to stay on Long Island. more
Dean Skelos is the fifth consecutive majority leader of the State Senate to be indicted. And Sheldon Silver isn’t the first speaker of the Assembly to be indicted. In the past decade, more than 30 sitting or former state officeholders . . . more
Even Hillary Clinton’s harshest critics agree that she’s tough. While it’s common to stereotype Democrats and women as softer than Republicans and men, any such effort to stereotype Hillary is belied by her record. more
I’m glad Hillary Clinton lost in 2008. I worked hard for her. I raised money and I traveled to Iowa. I believed in her then. Now I believe she’s even better prepared than before. more
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