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  • PETER CAVANAUGH

    “Changes”

    Father Simon Le Moyne was a Jesuit missionary to The New World, a vocation that saw many of his fellow priests conclude their careers in an untimely manner at the wrong end of an Iroquois tomahawk.

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    And then along comes Bernie

    He has the same chance as a long-tailed cat in a roomful of rocking chairs.

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    Hail Elizabeth

    Senator Warren would make a great President

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    God bless Harry Baker.

    “Judge not, that you not be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” (Matthew 7:1-2).

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    Goodbye Medicare?

    Now - only one man stands in their way. As our new Republican Congress adjourned for a hardly earned Easter recess last Friday, the Senate completed work on their Fiscal Year 2016 Budget by a final vote of 52 to 46. It slashes $431 billion from Medicare over the next ten years without ever saying...

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    McClintock’s “magical mystery meeting”

    When both John Pero and I get politically blindsided, it’s a rare day indeed. Perhaps I went too far.

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    “Shamrock & Roll”

    It was a far more joyous time - before accountants were in charge.

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    “Bad Bibi”

    I do not welcome Benjamin Netanyahu to America. Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, is scheduled to address a Joint Session of Congress next Wednesday in a major, historic breach of traditional protocol, political etiquette and basic good manners – the ones ...

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    “American Sniper”

    When Howard Stern interviewed Bradley Cooper on satellite radio in early December, Howard asked how someone as old as 84-year-old Clint Eastwood could have possibly directed such a remarkable film at his advanced age. Cooper, whose portrayal of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is positively metamorphic and, ...

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    “Missing Mister”

    When I started my broadcast career back in the late ‘50’s at WNDR in Syracuse monitoring police scanners, checking updates from a Western Union teletype machine and writing local copy, virtually every station in town had a full time newsroom, staffed around the clock.

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