Rosalind Burd-Leszczuk

Mother of Los Angeles Times columnist, Joel Stein

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Mother of Joel Stein and Hillary Clinton supporter; therapist, based in New Jersey

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The Democrats will make history by nominating either the first black or the first woman to run for President of the United States, generating more political energy than America has…

The Democratic Party: Stuck in the Mud?

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With  Barack Obama  making inroads with every Democratic constituency, Time magazine is asking, " Is it Too Late for Hillary?

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