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Perhaps we Americans are overly confident in the belief that our constitutional rights, including the First Amendment right to free speech, are inviolate. more
What does it mean to be antisemitic? Can Jews do better in fighting against it? This is a complex issue, and a difficult one. It requires looking outside and inside our community. more
The older you get, the more you think about the times when things were simple and pleasurable. That especially applies to my years in school, when my only cares were . . . more
Realizing that I’ve been taking something for granted is never an abstraction. It generally happens by whack and wallop. more
Young people in New York have a great knowledge of many subjects, but they have much to learn about personal finance. more
Earlier this month, we celebrated Veterans Day, and thanked those who have served our nation for their sacrifice and that of their families. We must always remember . . . more
Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday, and in many ways, my favorite one of the year. It is the one day when, regardless of our background, ethnicity or religion . . . more
As a freedom-loving American and a member of Congress, the events unfolding in Israel are of utmost concern to me. But beyond that, they should concern every New Yorker and, frankly . . . more
In the tapestry of our nation’s history, veterans stand as the threads of bravery, courage and unity that weave together the fabric of our freedom. We expressed our gratitude for their sacrifices earlier this month . . . more
In this season of gratitude, it’s appropriate to recall the “four freedoms” — freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear and freedom from want — articulated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt . . . more
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