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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Op/Ed
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For more than 40 years, my family has gathered around the same table on Thanksgiving to overdose on tryptophan, share the news of our lives, watch the kids wreck the house . . . more
Republicans are preparing to take over the U.S. Senate on Jan. 2, when their new members will be sworn in and take their oaths of office. Until then, both parties need to learn to play nice. more
So, the midterm election came and went. Republicans control Congress. Now what? more
Mitch McConnell isn’t going to change the world. Apparently, neither is Barack Obama. But the folks who will change the world stayed home on Election Day. more
There was a grand old party on Election Day, as voters sent President Obama and his party a message: They’re fed up with the political rhetoric and want action. more
We can be thankful that the 2014 election is behind us. Republicans are dancing for joy, and Democrats are in a state of doom and gloom. more
Some folks are born under a lucky star. They have all the ingredients, conferred by nature and nurture, to make them good people . . . more
Our local governors are faced with a challenge they never dreamed of: infectious disease. Ebola is no longer just running rampant in West Africa. It has made its way to New York City. more
Most people don’t like Congress, and most people think the New York State Legislature is doing about the same job as Congress. more
Last month, many readers of The New York Times were outraged to learn that columnist David Brooks’s son is serving with the Israel Defense Forces. more
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