Rain: A Blessing and A Curse
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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We live in a very modern world so much so that the mere ability to read this article is the result of a sophisticated electric grid, an internet that’s turned the world into a virtual community, and any number of devices on which this can be read.  Innovation and technology has abounded more in the past generation than perhaps any …

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A Very Bad Polish Joke
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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It’s like the beginning of a bad Polish joke: a group of Polish politicians go into a room to debate their role in the Holocaust…. The problem is there’s no funny punch line, except to underscore all the other funny punch lines of many more Polish jokes before. The bill that was approved by the Polish lower house of parliament …

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Ed Koch Commentary Did We Not All Say, “Never Again?” BY EDWARD I. KOCH

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 Readers of my commentaries know that I usually send one a week. Last week, however, I sent two because the Helen Thomas incident occurred after I had finished my regular weekly article, and I thought the Thomas affair required a response from me. I called for her to step down, which she did.

eHeziEd Koch Commentary Did We Not All Say, “Never Again?” BY EDWARD I. KOCH

Westchester Herald * Volume 5 – Number 190 * June 14, 2010

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Click to read the June 14, 2010 edition of the Westchester Herald Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning  Adobe Reader Pro software at no cost and free of virus by clicking onto the Adobe Reader link. …

eHeziWestchester Herald * Volume 5 – Number 190 * June 14, 2010

Statement on Helen Thomas BY EDWARD I. KOCH

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 Goodbye, Ms. Thomas.  You Have Disgraced Yourself. Helen Thomas, 89, who is of Lebanese descent, claims to be a professional journalist.  As such, she is subject to professional standards.  Her statement that Jews should “get the hell out of Palestine” and go back to "Poland and Germany" is clear evidence that she is no longer in control of her emotions …

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Israeli Naval Forces Storm Flotilla Attempting to Break Blockade of Gaza

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Israel Army Radio Report 10- 14 Activists Aboard Gaza Flotilla Ships Have Been Killed According to Action Organizers;  Israeli Naval Commandos Alighted the Lead Flotilla Vessel "Mari Marmara",from Helicopters Approximately 65 Kilometers Off the Coast of Gaza, International Waters, Supported bin Commandeering the Ships with Naval Vessels;  Al Jazeera Report Up to 16 Injured and Over 30 Injured; Israeli Defense …

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Westchester Herald * Volume 5 – Number 188 * May 31, 2010

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eHeziWestchester Herald * Volume 5 – Number 188 * May 31, 2010

Ed Koch Commentary What Distinguishes the United States Is Our Pluralism and Tolerance BY EDWARD I. KOCH

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 We are at war with radical Islam, and that war will go on for many years.         For me, the question is this:  will the secular Western civilization shared by America and Europe, which allows us to enjoy life and its creature comforts, still be standing at the end of that war?  Or will radical Islam, with an …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary What Distinguishes the United States Is Our Pluralism and Tolerance BY EDWARD I. KOCH