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In my dissertation “Foreign Policy and Military Strategy,” I identify three major characteristics of comprehensive moral foreign policy, used to examine every foreign policy since JFK up to and including Joe Biden. more
A president lowers the capital gains tax from 28 percent to 20 percent. He puts a two-year limit on welfare. more
You’re probably aware by now of a terrible accident in front of my building at 2500 Johnson Ave., where one of my wonderful neighbors was struck by a bus and killed. more
The recent letter from a COVID-19 anti-vaxxer was not just wrong, it was dead wrong. more
Once again, one of America’s last credible newspapers — The Christian Science Monitor — sums up the coming Afghanistan disaster in a story talking about why a Taliban victory may not be everything Pakistan wished for. more
We understand President Biden is busy. Among foreign policy crises, infrastructure and the COVID-19 pandemic, he has a lot on his hands. more
While I am quite pleased that The Riverdale Press is paying attention to the poison ivy in Van Cortlandt Park, I am looking in dismay at a photograph — not of poison ivy (three leaves), but the not-at-all poisonous Virginia creeper (five very obvious leaves). more
Major proposed transportation projects such as the $11 billion Gateway tunnel, $10 billion Port Authority bus terminal, the $6.9 billion Second Avenue subway second phase, and others that cost billions all have something in common that elected officials and transit agency CEOs never want to acknowledge: As any major capital project advances through design and engineering, estimated project costs continue to rise. more
There is sadness about Briar Hill’s pool closing for the season. Lots of good-byes, so-longs and Jewish new year greetings — even from the non-Jews. A sweet year! more
A reportedly pro-Trump white supremacist partisan Republican fan of Fox News from Grover, North Carolina, was said to have drove his mud-caked pickup truck up onto the sidewalk of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 19, where he parked for five hours. more
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