On that fateful day, when I woke up and pulled the curtains open of my Times Square hotel room, I could see a clear blue sky devoid of clouds and the early morning sun rays glowing rather than blindingly sharp.
I could sense this morning of Tuesday,...Read More»
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Judy Gerstel looks back on that fateful day.
What may be most remarkable about the 15th anniversary of 9-11 is that, in 15 years, nothing like it has happened again....Read More»
For Phyllis Schlafly, who died this week at 92, being on the wrong side of human progress and equality won her few friends and even more enemies.
With a short and upbeat message posted to his Facebook page on Friday, Stephen Harper announced he's stepping down from the House of Commons and leaving...Read More»
Turning 70 today (Aug. 19, 2016), Bill Clinton may be the quintessential baby boomer.
He was conceived three months after the end of the Second World War...Read More»
Most of the negative reaction to Hillary Clinton, whether people expressing it realize it or not, is motivated by the standards and expectations applied...Read More»
Now that Hillary Clinton has finally announced her running mate, the stalwart and reliable 58-year-old Virginia senator, Tim Kaine, the battle lines are...Read More»
He may stand to become the oldest first-time American president in history, but Donald Trump, 70, continually proves that wisdom does not necessarily...Read More»
There has always been greatness about America, but right now, there's a lot of pettiness and nastiness.
Dear United States of America,
Please don't...Read More»
Let's not blame Melania Trump for her speech—and let's not make a big deal about the least awful misstep by the Trump juggernaut.
It's not in me to...Read More»
Boomer women like us can now see ourselves reflected in the leaders of some of the world's most powerful countries, like Theresa May in Britain.
I expect...Read More»
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