Jerry Kremer
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Whether you like it or not, the 2016 presidential election is now long over. It is a simple fact that America is sharply divided . . . more
We can be thankful that the 2016 election nightmare is officially over. There are almost no happy observations we can make, but I’m compelled to talk about the bad, which has outweighed the good. more
We can all be thankful that it’s less than three weeks until Election Day. Anyone who says he or she is undecided on a presidential choice may not be telling the truth, as I’ve had a hard time . . . more
Like all national elections, the 2016 campaign has highlighted the fact that there are a large number of Americans who are angry at their government and are desperately seeking an agent of change. Many of them . . . more
The political world will soon focus all of its attention on the first presidential debate, which takes place on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University. The political talking heads are speculating on debate prep and the strategies . . . more
I don’t know how many national elections you’ve experienced, but for me these happenings date back to Franklin D. Roosevelt. While I was only a child, I learned quickly . . . more
Last August I wrote a column about the campaign for the White House and the efforts of Donald J. Trump to win his party’s nomination. Knowing that we’re living in uncertain times, I did not dare to predict that he wouldn’t get the Republican Party nomination. As I am frequently wrong, according to my wife . . . more
It’s been quite a while since the South Shore of Long Island was ravaged by Superstorm Sandy. Many homes have been restored, while others have been abandoned. Local beaches are . . . more
Is it over yet? No, sorry. We must endure five more months of the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton battle. The clash between the two is especially upsetting, because . . . more
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