Articles Tagged ‘Lance Armstrong’

In this Oct. 3, 2012 file photo, Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama participate in the first presidential debate at the University of Denver, in Denver. Both men relished the wonky talk, but Mitt Romney also showed the easy confidence a presidential contender needs _ and a bit of the salesman's dynamic presentation. Barack Obama sounded more like a long-winded professor a little annoyed he has to go over this stuff one more time for the slow students in the back. For viewers the lesson from both was clear: If they crave a real discussion of complicated issues _ not just zingers _ it means some tough going. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

Detecting Lies at Hofstra’s Obama-Romney Debate

What do Lance Armstrong, Jerry Sandusky and the Mitt Romney-Paul Ryan ticket have in common? They’ve all been accused—and in one case convicted—of lying. For…

Jerry’s Ink: Nasty Short Takes

I came so, so close. This was going to be the first column in a long time without my taking a dig at Barack Obama, who is on a path to become the worst president in our nation’s history.

So what if he wants to redistribute the nation’s wealth. So what if we are going to have a tax burden that will destroy the future of our children and grandchildren. At least, I reasoned, he hasn’t done anything to threaten our lives. Then I opened The New York Times and read: “Obama To Limit Scenarios To Use Nuclear Options.”

Lisa Mancini-Johnson

Lisa Mancini-Johnson began her career as a physical therapist and opened her Hauppauge-based physical therapy and wellness center, Body In Balance, in 2000. The center is now home to the first collaborative wellness program for pediatric cancer patients on Long Island.

Lisa’s willingness to help others has had a great impact on her life and career. “As I evolved as a clinician my practice has evolved,” she says proudly.