"I did not come from a family that gave me a $200,000 allowance every year beginning at the age of 3," he said Saturday at Brooklyn College.
The Vermont senator spent his freshman year at the school.
Our relationship was innocent and pure. I think often that he will be 24 forever. As time passes and I grow older, I can live life for better or worse. I don't have to live a certain way anymore by numbing my pain. I can let go and move on. I'll do it for Dexter, but most importantly, I'll do it for me.
Before an ambulance could be summoned, a pair of strangers appeared, seemingly from nowhere, and performed life-saving CPR
Let's be clear. I abhor actions that Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu has taken. It is appropriate and acceptable to criticize Israeli policy. But it is neither appropriate nor acceptable to question Israel's response when its enemy is sworn to its destruction.
In the spring of last year, two New York women were arrested on charges of supporting ISIS, following a joint investigation
"To be surveilled by police in this way, it's very disturbing."
Freedom of expression does not mean that anyone has the right to be heard at any time and in any forum, no matter what. There are times when lines must be drawn for reasons both moral and legal, but there are other times when it is inappropriate and wrong to draw such lines.
Anyone looking around New York City for something to do this weekend might want to check out the Japan Society in Manhattan
Not a single one of them could have imagined that they would one day all star in a movie, over fifty years later, that pays tribute to their long-lasting friendship, and how they simply refused to abandon Brooklyn, that borough that so lovingly made them.
On Feb. 6, Yale student activists hosted a panel laying out the case for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement
The co-sponsorship by the Brooklyn College political science department of an anti-Israel event, from which pro-Israel students were excluded, may have violated the First Amendment.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is one of the signatories to that "other" letter about the Brooklyn College BDS panel. Given her own history of supporting official CUNY programming, I think she should rescind her name from that letter.