Down in Washington, Democrats’ talking points on the Roberts nomination are all about process and judiciousness.
“Now that we have a nominee, the Senate has a duty to collect all the facts about his judicial philosophy and carefully consider his candidacy for the nation’s highest court,” Chuck Schumer wrote in a soporific email Read More
Still Grieving, Group Seeks Ongoing Memorial in Park
Two months after Mayor Giuliani told New Yorkers to “get back to normal,” a small but vocal group of city residents is asking for the right to define for themselves just what “normal” means. For them, it’s the right to mourn together in Union Square Park-and Read More
Nothing ever repeats itself twice; that is both the joy of
life, and the sickness of woe.
In the uncertain hour before the morning
Near the ending of interminable night ….
After the dark dove with the flickering tongue
Had passed below the horizon of his homing ….
That is how T.S. Eliot described Read More
The Wall and I go back a while now; the relationship dates
from early March, and in New York terms it’s starting to look serious. It all
started when, in the course of my weekly lunchtime stroll to my bank on Union
Square, I noticed that the north face of the massive apartment building, record Read More