Jerry Kremer

Former State Assemblyman Jerry Kremer is a columnist for Long Island Weekly and partner at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek in Uniondale. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the publisher or Anton Media Group.

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Election Day Looms

It is eight long months until Election Day, assuming we can survive the daily barrage of events and the clash of personalities. We know who the Republican candidate for president will be so the only...

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

California is known to be much different than all the other 49 states. It has so many laws that clash with the rest of the country that it is too hard to pick out any...

Time To Give Dogs Equal Respect

I would like to talk about dogs. I have had two of them. One was a Lhasa Apso named Ming. The other one was our poodle Frisbe. Both lived long and happy lives and I...

Guns Are Not For Happy Talk

As human beings, we have a tendency to avoid unpleasant things. We delay going to the dentist. We avoid coworkers who are loud and annoying. We travel at off hours and take longer routes to...

Pay Equity Is A Long Way Off

As the father of four daughters and two granddaughters, I pay almost daily attention to stories about men being paid more than women in almost any job you could mention. I urge my family members...

Laura Curran Charts A New Path

As a person involved in government affairs (lobbying), I travel to many parts of the state to meet and listen to public officials. I recently attended a meeting of the Westchester Business Council at which...

Denmark Is Not Our Enemy

I love old movies and Broadway shows, especially those that provide history lessons. The show Hamilton continues to excite people of all ages, as it makes political intrigue understandable. The show 1776 tells the story...

Time For A Feel Good Movie

I don’t get to attend many movies these days for a variety of reasons. There are not a lot of good ones in the summer months. The best ones are reserved for showing during the...

A Salute To The Weekly Newspaper

Years ago, before I ever became a candidate for public office, I started my writing career by working for a weekly newspaper. All through high school, college and law school, I worked part time, mostly...

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