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Saturday, May 28, 2016
Alfonse D'Amato
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This year’s presidential campaign will go down as one of the ugliest in history. Why? Because it seems like no one likes either candidate. more
No one ever likes to lose. Did Ted Cruz and John Kasich enjoy competing for months in a brutal primary, trying desperately to gain delegates before the GOP convention in Cleveland in July, only to have to drop out in May after failing to gain any traction? more
The Greek philosopher Plato once told us, “Democracy is born from tyranny.” Centuries later, more philosophers and great American thinkers have redefined the American version of democracy. In a thought-provoking article in New York magazine . . . more
Last week, Donald Trump gave Americans a glimpse into a Trump presidency in his first foreign policy speech. He promised a “coherent foreign policy based upon American interests and the shared interests . . . more
In the weeks leading up to the New York primary, voters reported robo-calls from everyone from President Obama to Mel Brooks and Wesley Snipes. And that was just for the special election for the State Senate. more
Not only is Obamacare a poor health care plan from a policy perspective, but now many doctors and health care professionals believe that it is contributing to one of the worst epidemics facing this nation, our state and Long Island: opioid addiction more
The presidential campaign has reached a crucial, potentially make-or-break state, and believe it or not, it’s New York. For the first time since 1988, New York is . . . more
Republicans and Democrats in New York state will hold their presidential primaries on April 19. It has been some time since candidates on either side orchestrated fierce campaigns in New York. more
On March 22, the world was shaken by another senseless terrorist attack, this one in Brussels. It wasn’t a surprise, but the sheer magnitude of it brought the city to its knees. This tragedy . . . more
And then there were three. A week ago Tuesday, the field for the Republican presidential primary shrank by one . . . more
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