...For just $35, Mr. Barr, you can buy a ticket and put your money where your life's been. Marie Cocco is a columnist for Newsday. Share this page: Print Email Archives ``When I became pregnant for the third time, our two sons were 3...
...and simple joy to be found in a good book. In return, we teach them how to cheapen even this. Marie Cocco is a columnist for Newsday. Share this page: Print Email Archives The wait is now over. Now Potter becomes a business segment 071200...
...grows up, authors and publishers may someday wonder what on Earth all that Google fuss was about. ? Akst, a columnist for Newsday, is the author of "We Have Met the Enemy: Self-Control in an Age of Excess" from Penguin Press.
...would take to make these agencies whole, to make them efficient monitors and providers of the services we increasingly demand, is just too pitifully small for a grown nation to be arguing about. Robert Reno is a columnist for Newsday.
...not do anything to injure them while all the time maintaining a healthy and cynical vigilance against their efforts to influence the outcome of our elections or the shape of our health care system. Robert Reno is a columnist for Newsday.
...both parties that give them a seat at the head of government's table no matter who's running it. Reno is a columnist for Newsday. Distributed by the Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service
...Goldmark, a former budget director of New York State, is a member of the State Budget Crisis Task and a columnist for Newsday. Rohatyn served as chair of the Municipal Assistance Corporation and was U.S. ambassador to France.
...compromise health care reform bill would send a great message that it's more than just talk. ? Dawidziak is a columnist for Newsday, political consultant and pollster.
...doctor and her God. It agrees completely with Bob Barr that ``these are the most private of matters.'' For just $35, Mr. Barr, you can buy a ticket and put your money where your life's been. Marie Cocco is a columnist for Newsday.
...Surely the Senate cannot go on record as smoking just enough of the House impeachment weed, but having the judgment not to inhale. This is a trick for a campaign, not for a trial under the Constitution. Marie Cocco is a columnist for Newsday
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