Hotter than President Obama, even.
St. John's, and senior guard Dwight Hardy, in particular, are on some kind of roll right now.
America loves his "common sense" message.
She was taking questions at a forum on Long Island.
Because he's their preferred candidate.
Fifty-six percent of New Yorkers think same-sex couples should be allowed to wed.
The asterisk is key here.
This is the best America has felt since April 2007.
Inspiration is apparently more appealing than self-victimization.
Only 4 percent of non-tea-partiers say the same thing.
Everyone else doesn't want to repeal it.
That doesn't mean that this isn't a pretty good time to calm things down anyway.
That's not very grateful.
Sixty-three percent don't think he'd be a good president.
Only 13 percent of Americans approve of how Congress is handling its job, a record low in the poll's 35-year history.
Only 11 percent approve of all four of its main components.
They like it, and most of them want one in their neighborhood.
But they're loving Bill Clinton more and more.