Jerry Kremer
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By any measure, America is sharply divided over the presidency of Donald Trump. Even in a so-called blue state like New York, I know quite a few people who are avid Trump supporters, but . . . more
If you’re looking for an interesting job that offers challenges as well as chances to grow and make positive changes for the community you live in, there are going to be many openings in the years to come. more
By every account, there is no question that America is more politically polarized than ever before. Husbands and wives are battling it out over President Trump. Relatives have stopped speaking because . . . more
Wars and political campaigns have a lot in common. You can’t win a war without ammunition and a strategy, and you can’t win an election without issues and a game plan. The upcoming midterm election . . . more
I’m positive that not one reader knows the name Lou Wolfe, an obscure state legislator from Plattsburgh. Lou was a great roommate for our group of freshman legislators from Long Island back in the 1960s. more
Some doctors tell us that us “time heals all wounds,” but for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, a great deal remains to be done, and the public has to be reminded of it as often as possible. more
Storms of epic proportions are a challenge to everyone near or directly affected by them. more
We can now happily say that the 2018 general election is behind us, and the blizzard of TV ads, debates, mailings and other annoyances . . . more
This was a difficult column to write, but it’s a true reflection of my past two weeks of travel in Europe. Many people at my stage of life . . . more
Long Island is a great place to live, but what we lack is a new, major employer willing to invest in Nassau and Suffolk counties. more
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