By Gregory Kane | 11/04/13 09:24 AM
Let's do a rewind back to 2005. Hurricane Katrina had just devastated America's Gulf Coast states. When levees around the city of New Orleans burst, the city flooded. The president at the time was one George W. Bush. When the Federal Emergency Management Agency was slow to respond in helping...
By Gregory Kane | 10/30/13 06:37 PM
Why, shades of the 1960s! It’s been a while since a group of college students caused a campus event to be shut down. I might be wrong, but I have a hunch it hasn’t been done since those student anti-war upheavals over 40 years ago. This past Tuesday, New York City Police Commissioner Ray...
By Gregory Kane | 10/28/13 09:31 AM
Long before she died this past August, my mother managed to instill in me at least two things. One was a sense of dignity; the other was a sense of shame. Thank heavens for my mom. Simon “Smokey” Carey is 57-years-old, and I’m betting his mother never instilled in him a sense of dignity...
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