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December 21, 2020
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Finally, a pro-immigrant epiphany
Each day, they go to work in communities across America doing the thankless but essential jobs that someone has to do. They’re harvesting crops, processing and packing meat; stocking shelves in warehouses and grocery stores; delivering food and supplies...
September 10, 2020
Why The Death Of The Office Is Greatly Exaggerated
“Get A Comfortable Chair: Permanent Work From Home Is Coming.” That was the headline of an NPR story summing up the emerging conventional wisdom that the traditional office is dead. I see the logic. Early this spring...
February 19, 2020
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
The two-front war for the American Dream: Stand up and defend hope and opportunity
The American experiment is in its 243rd year, and its success or failure can be explained by two words: hope and opportunity.
August 29, 2019
Trump's immigration policy would've turned my great-grandfather away
"My great-grandfather, Shlomo Tichinsky, arrived at Ellis Island in February 1904. Shlomo, who had left Ukraine, had little money or formal education and didn’t speak English...
July 15, 2019
We need a different kind of conversation on immigration
“We lead the world because unique among nations, we draw our people, our strength, from every country and every corner of the world.” These were Ronald Reagan’s words from January 19, 1989, his last day as president of the United States...
February 16, 2019
Even after Trump's border-wall emergency declaration, there is time to compromise
President Trump has to be frustrated. Last year, 45 Senate Democrats voted for a bill that provided $25 billion for a border wall, in exchange for providing a path to citizenship for the “Dreamers” who were brought to the U.S. undocumented as children...
December 13, 2018
Trump’s Last chance to be the deal-maker in chief
One of Donald Trump’s favorite stories to tell during the 2016 campaign was about an ice skating rink. In 1986, the repair of Central Park’s famed Wollman Rink was years behind schedule and millions of dollars over budget...
October 18, 2018
The Kavanaugh debacle and our national debt are part of the same problem
Last month, a new stretch of road opened in southeast Pennsylvania that completed a project 62 years in the making. The Interstate Highway System...
April 13, 2018
America needs immigrants to be great
So, that leaves workforce expansion. Unfortunately, America’s workforce is shrinking because (a) baby boomers are retiring en masse, and (b) our birthrate is now half what it was 50 years ago...
November 25, 2017
Congress should combine tax reform and infrastructure investment
The American people are anxious for our elected officials in Washington to end their rancor and dysfunction and start accomplishing things. A recent Gallup Poll asked whether Americans preferred leaders who compromise to get things done...
November 22, 2017
Social Security is barreling towards a crisis, and no one wants to do anything about it
Recently, my accountant suggested I start taking Social Security benefits. I’m 67, and if I make it to 79 — the average lifespanfor an American male — Social Security will pay me about $500,000. Fortunately, I don’t need the money...
July 20, 2017
The debt ceiling is dumb – and dangerous
(CNN)Another debt ceiling deadline is approaching this summer and a screw up of cataclysmic proportions from Washington is not out of the question. When Congress nearly failed to lift the ceiling in 2013...
May 24, 2017
Immigration And Isolationism – We’ve Been Here Before
America is at a crossroads. While most Americans view immigration as a cornerstone of our success as a country, some believe immigration should be drastically limited. Others propose restrictions for specific countries...
April 06, 2017
An aging and Alzheimer’s tsunami is about to hit us. Here's what needs to happen right now
Despite the collapse of Republicans’ ObamaCare repeal effort, the health care issue isn’t going away. The current health care debate in Washington is fundamentally one over who pays. However, it won’t matter whether Medicare, Medicaid...
November 26, 2016
Trump, GOP should not ‘steamroll Democrats’ on every issue
After years of relentless gridlock, Washington has more items on its to-do list than a handyman in Trump Tower! But there is one priority that stands out above the rest...
September 28, 2016
U.S. economy won’t grow fast until we unleash entrepreneurs
(CNN)We all like a good creation story. That moment where it all began. In America, we love one in particular. The story of the great entrepreneur. You know the one: The lone genius toiling away in the garage, equipped with nothing but an idea...
June 01, 2016
America can’t afford to retreat from an interconnected and unstable world
As we’ve seen over the course of the presidential primary campaign, isolationism is ascendant on both the left and right. Our politicians tell us that America is getting a bad deal on trade, that allies are free riding on U.S. military might...
March 21, 2016
How to stop the stupidity in government
On at least one point, most Americans agree: Our government does a lot of stupid things. Presidential candidates are telling us, in so many words, that they and they alone can stop the stupidity. But they can't. Not by themselves...
December 10, 2015
Candidates need to stop the lies
Lying politicians are not a new phenomenon. As Will Rogers once said, "If you ever injected truth into politics, you'd have no politics." But America's contemporary politicians have grown all too comfortable with lying and prevaricating...
September 25, 2015
Real Clear Politics
The Power of Juniority
It’s been a long time since Congress bothered to heed Bob Dylan’s call, as senators and congressmen have spent most of the last decade blocking up the doorways and halls and leaving our nation’s problems unsolved...
July 01, 2015
Memo to America’s next president: run the nation like a business
A common refrain about government is that it “should run more like a business.” It’s a shorthand way of saying government should be more strategic, efficient, accountable and responsive to the customer (That would be us, the citizenry)...
June 25, 2014
A crisis of GM proportions is coming
The Greek mathematician Archimedes famously said, "Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world." The confident wisdom of Archimedes, a man of uncountable "Eureka!" moments...
October 28, 2013
The Huffington Post
Stop Digging Those Debt Ditches
With time running out to avoid a debt default, Congress and President Obama agreed to a modest increase in the nation’s borrowing limit — the debt ceiling, as it’s called. Based on the rate of spending and borrowing of our federal government...
June 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal
Andrew Tisch: Let's Ban the Word 'Trillion' (available via subscription only)
Pop quiz: What's bigger—$15.8 trillion, or $15,772,177,351,447? Of course, rounding off, they're about the same. But don't we all think that the first number seems so much smaller and more manageable than the second?...