Jul 12, 2016
What happened to the fundamental liberal canon, tolerance and respect for opposing views? It has been discarded in favor of an illiberalism that is intolerant and dedicated to silencing opposition.
Jun 28, 2016
The stampede to embrace socialism has been driven by the quixotic campaign of life-long socialist, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders. Most difficult, however, has been pinning down Sanders and others to define “socialism.”
Jun 11, 2016
Since Donald Trump has become the presumptive GOP nominee, a key question has been, will he be able to sustain his popularity through November?Will a campaign based on rallies, repetitive insults, sophomoric humor, personal feuds and bumper-sticker answers to perplexing...
Jun 1, 2016
Despite endless rhetoric coming out of Governor Cuomo’s office that New York is fiscally and economically sound, recent studies challenge those claims.
May 6, 2016
As for the Republican Party, many analysts hold that a large subset of its blue-collar Catholics is no longer comfortable in a party they believe gives lip service to their concerns. Regardless of who wins, Washington’s elected officials must wake up and address the cries of blue-collar Americans.
Apr 11, 2016
In early March, I had the privilege of attending the oral arguments in Whole Woman’s Health v. Cole at the U.S. Supreme Court. It was both an extraordinary and eerie experience.
Mar 28, 2016
Pataki beat Cuomo in 1994, running on a platform to end financial abuses. However, he did not keep his pledge and continued the Rockefeller tradition of creative financing. During his three terms in office, state-funded debt jumped from $28 billion to $50 billion.
Mar 14, 2016
The Republican Party must stop living in the Reagan past and recognize it must grow its base. Its future depends on attracting Catholic Hispanics. The GOP ignores this advice at its peril, at which point the party will go the way of the Whigs.