Make Cuts Without Punishing Students
Newsday, June 23, 2005

Fed up with your school district? Join the board
Newsday, May 3, 2005

A Question of Democratic Access
On Board (NYS School Boards Association), December 6, 2004

One man’s ‘dream team’ for LI not-for-profit board
Long Island Business News, June 1, 2004

LI BUDGET DEFEATS: Schools can’t ignore voters
Newsday, May 20, 2004

Parents in Passenger’s Seat — Too many are absent when it comes to their children’s schooling
Newsday, January 18, 2004

Guest Viewpoint: Bush’s education law leaves schools behind
School Board News (National School Boards Association), November 11, 2003

Bush’s Education Law Leaves Schools Behind
Newsday, October 9, 2003

My School Board Legacy? Blowing the whistle on pretzels
On Board (NYS School Boards Association), May 26, 2003

Schoolkids, Once Again, Become Albany’s Pawns
Newsday, May 2, 2003

Taxpayers Must Come to the Aid of the Schools
Newsday, May 12, 2002

Nassau Dems Should Learn From the Losers
Newsday, November 6, 2001

Island’s not-for-profits bracing for hard times
Long Island Business News, November 2, 2001

After Switching Parties, Forbes Became His Own Worst Enemy
Newsday, September 21, 2000

LI TOPIC: What Can Al Gore Do to Help Long Island Democrats Win?
Newsday, August 19, 2000

Politics Should Ascend Above Mud
Newsday, December 7, 1999

Give Forbes a Chance as a Democrat
Newsday, July 21, 1999

A little publicity can pay big dividends
Long Island Business News, April 9, 1999

Suffolk Democrats Could Score Big in ’99
Newsday, January 13, 1999

Powell Case Is Boost for Democrats, Maybe
Newsday, December 7, 1998

Let Online Services Decide Content
Newsday, January 4, 1996

Delivering on a Pledge to Cut Taxes Pataki proposes change, but it’s not good for LI
Newsday, February 6, 1995