Monthly Archives: July 2019

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Alan Zendell, July 16, 2019 Forty-five years ago, when Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s hit single said, “you ain’t seen nothin’ yet, here’s something that you’re never gonna forget,” they were talking about love. Today, with the specter of nearly sixteen months of … Continue reading

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The Evolution of AOC

Alan Zendell, July 12, 2019 When Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sprang onto the national scene in 2018 I cheered. She seemed to be exactly what the country needed in Congress – a young, intelligent, self-assured woman with a strong belief in social … Continue reading

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Hijacking The Fourth

Alan Zendell, July 4, 2019 I loved parades. Every year I waited for Memorial Day, Independence Day, even Labor Day, so I could see soldiers, bands, artillery batteries – you name it – marching down Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, with … Continue reading

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