Jerry Kremer

135 Articles

Kremer’s Corner: Must the slaughter of innocents continue?

How many times can you watch the same thing? If it’s a movie, some people can watch it multiple times

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Kremer’s Corner: Apologies to Al Smith

If the late Al Smith were still alive, I would be on the phone apologizing to him for quoting him

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Kremer’s Corner: LIPA vs. PSEG no winners

The number of federal and state agencies that run our lives is endless. At the federal level, there is the

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Kremer’s Corner: Life after COVID may be better

During my lifetime, there are so many events that have left an indelible imprint on my mind. Among them are

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Kremer’s Corner: A stain on the American Flag

Between December 2020 and January of this year, then President Trump signed over 150 pardons for a variety of felons,

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Kremer’s Corner: The Joe Biden I know

As Joe Biden takes office as president of the United States, I can’t help but reflect on the Biden whom

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Kremer’s Corner: A Trio to Remember

As we reach the end of a year, I am always saddened when the media reviews the names of the

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Kremer’s Corner: Make Trump’s antics federal crimes

Each year the New York State Legislature passes thousands of bills, many of which become law. The new laws most

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Kremer’s Corner: Two parties in distress

If you think that the two major political parties are in bad shape, you are 100 percent correct. Believe it

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Kremer’s Corner: Why to avoid Fifth Avenue

It doesn’t take a lot of political smarts to figure out that President Trump is locked behind closed doors at

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Kremer’s Corner: Will it ever get easier to vote?

No matter who you are and what your political views are, there should be unanimous agreement that our electoral system

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Kremer’s Corner: Is it time for a new movie without Trump

When my friends talk about politics they compare it to military combat, boxing bouts and even wrestling matches. I think

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Kremer’s Corner: Sitting on pins and needles

I consider myself a political professional having run 13 times successfully for public office. I write frequently on politics for

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Kremer Corner: When you break it you own it

Everyone agrees that the next 30 days will be a bumpy ride until we get to Election Day. To date,

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Kremer Corner: Books are not Trump’s Friends

The fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has wrecked hundreds of thousands of businesses and caused millions of people to lose

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