Jerry Kremer
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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
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
One of the most valuable pieces of land in Nassau County is the Nassau Coliseum and its surrounding acreage. Since the doors of the arena opened in 1972 . . . more
Since the beginning of this year, the media has been dominated by stories about corruption by public servants. There have been four headline-grabbing trials to date . . . more
If you’re a student of the Revolutionary War, you know that some of the greatest military battles took place on Long Island. There haven’t been any such conflicts here since that time, but . . . more
I’m sure that at one time or another in your life, you were asked to name your favorite teacher. I know I have, and my sixth-grade teacher had a profound influence on my life . . . more
If you aren’t tired of the goings on in the administration of President Trump, you certainly should be. He’s been in office only 14 months, and the daily news is nothing but tweeted claims, allegations and inferences. It seems to become harder each day . . . more
The latest mass killing, in Parkland, Fla., may have unleashed a new political force in our country, though only time will tell. That force is the teenagers of America, who go to school each day hoping . . . 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
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