Monthly Archives: April 2018

FDR should have done more about the Holocaust

Children looking at Statue of Liberty, June 4, 1939; on view at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum) Letters to the Editor Opinion, WaPo The April 22 Arts & Style article “Reconsidering FDR on refugees” … Continue reading

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A Second Chance

Published as a Letter to the Editor in The East Hampton Star, 4/12/18 Political Crisis East Hampton April 9, 2018 To the Editor: It’s past time to end the scapegoating: Hillary was too unlikeable, Bernie was too far left, the … Continue reading

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Trade, Trump, and Zeldin

Published in  The East Hampton Star 4/12/18 By Perry Gershon   Any trade policy should put American workers and small businesses first. But President Trump’s attempt to launch a trade war with China, backed by Representative Lee Zeldin, hurts American … Continue reading

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Zeldin the Extremist

By Perry Gershon — Published in The Long Island Advance, April 12, 2018 Congressman Lee Zeldin, in Eastern Long Island, continues to be President Trump’s biggest cheerleader and defender.  Zeldin is willing to look the other way as our nation’s democratic … Continue reading

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Saturday Night Massacre Repeat?

Saturday Night Massacre 2018 version? Contrary to much of the discussion on TV, the raid on Michael Cohen (Trump’s personal lawyer) by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York tells us that i) Mueller is sticking … Continue reading

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