November 23, 1950
Wall Street excesses helped lead to the Great Recession.
Well, I think it's too early to call Fallujah a failure.
I'm totally opposed to vouchers. I will fight them tooth and nail.
I'm strongly for a patient Bill of Rights. Decisions ought to be made by doctors, not accountants.
Soft money will find its way and seep into the political system and corrode it, unless we plug every hole.
Reclassification is the best way to for us to preserve the Internet as an unfettered tool for communication and the sharing of ideas.
To those like Mitt Romney who want to take us backwards, let's send a strong message in November: as we say in Brooklyn, 'Fuhgeddaboutit.'
But these days there are a lot of younger people who would like to go into teaching but don't because the economic opportunities are sometimes elsewhere.
Ideological warriors whether from the Left or the Right are bad news for the bench. They tend to make law, not interpret law. And that's not what any of us should want from our judges.
Today, families like the one I grew up in still believe in that American dream. But as President Obama says, it's a make-or-break moment for the middle class. Mitt Romney's plans would make things worse.
Palestinians don't really believe in a state of Israel. They, unlike a majority of Israelis, who have come to the conclusion that they can live with a two-state solution to be determined by the parties, the majority of Palestinians are still very reluctant, and they need to be pushed to get there.