Scott Brinton
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You could say that Long Island’s housing crisis — and, yes, there is a housing crisis — is a product of its success. In 1948, when the Manhasset-based Levitt & Sons built 6,000 homes . . . more
A childhood friend recently posted a black-and-white snapshot on Facebook of our middle school cross-country team, a ragtag collection of 30 boys . . . more
President Trump has derided the Affordable Care Act time and again over the past two years, saying, over and over, that it — and, you would think, it alone — caused insurance premiums to skyrocket. more
Among my earliest memories of eating out at a restaurant are of chowing on burgers and fries at the McDonald’s on Middle Country Road in Coram, in Suffolk County, in the early 1970s. more
No matter how hard I try, I just can’t seem to get away from Donald J. Trump. Case in point: In the past, much of the discussion at the New York Press Association’s April convention . . . more
In my backyard, in the shadow of my creaky wooden deck, a holly bush grows. A little over four years ago, I thought it dead. more
Around 1 p.m. on March 2, I stepped through the emergency room’s wide, sliding-glass doors into the cold, where a Nassau County police ambulance was parked, and the memories rushed back. more
Well, far-left liberals got exactly what they wanted: a caricature of a president against whom a resistance movement could coalesce. Right-wing conservatives got exactly what they wanted . . . more
Because of fake news, a 28-year-old father of two from North Carolina opened fire with an assault-style AR-15 rifle at a Washington, D.C., pizzeria called Comet Ping Pong on Dec. 5. No one was hurt, thank goodness. more
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