Driving My Way By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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This past Friday, March 4, 2016, I was on my way to buy groceries in preparation for Shabbat (Sabbath), when I was witness to the unfolding of a terrorist attack near my home at the Gush Etzion Intersection. Because of the recent proclivity of terror attacks there, Israeli media has designated this area “the Intersection of Death.” I was driving …

eHeziDriving My Way By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

BOOMERANG: A Rumor of Revolution By RICHARD CIRULLI

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As the presidential race advances to its climax, the one battle cry that stands out above the pack it that of Bernie Sander’s call for revolution.; a chant that has only been heard twice since the founding of our nation; once by our founding fathers, and the other by those radical hippies of the sixties. We may consider reflecting for …

eHeziBOOMERANG: A Rumor of Revolution By RICHARD CIRULLI

It’s Called Duty, Mr. Trump By JOHN J. KIRKWOOD

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If General MacArthur were here today and gave his speech about Duty, Honor, Country more than half the country and a large number of Republicans would snicker. Duty, Honor, Country is so yesterday. Winning, Profit, Greatness is so today. America was great, Mr. Trump, because we were virtuous, not because we followed a master negotiator that made great deals. The …

eHeziIt’s Called Duty, Mr. Trump By JOHN J. KIRKWOOD

Decorated Civil Rights Activist Myrlie Evers-Williams Celebrated at The College of New Rochelle

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY — March 5, 2016 — The College of New Rochelle celebrated those achievements Thursday night, March 3, during an academic convocation honoring featured speaker Evers-Williams at Holy Family Chapel. The event was a celebration of Black History Month (February) and Women’s History Month (March). Judith Huntington, President of The College of New Rochelle, presented Evers-Williams with an …

eHeziDecorated Civil Rights Activist Myrlie Evers-Williams Celebrated at The College of New Rochelle

BarbWire: God Has Coffee with Donald Trump By MATT BARBER

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Matt Barber Creates Dialogue Using Quotes from Both Parties What would happen if Donald Trump sat down with the Creator of the universe in a SoHo bistro? The following statements attributed to Mr. Trump are not fabricated. The man truly uttered them. Those attributed to God are likewise genuine. What would happen if Donald Trump sat down with the Creator …

eHeziBarbWire: God Has Coffee with Donald Trump By MATT BARBER

Israeli Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer Expressed Jersualem’s Support for Kurdish Aspirations for Independence

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YONKERS, NY — March 5, 2016 — Israel’s Maariv newspaper on March 3, 2016, reported that Ambassador Ron Dermer’s statements were made during an interview with a Kurdish television station. Dermer said: “Israel has another people in the Middle East who truly love freedom, and they are fighting for their freedom; that is the Kurdish people.” “We feel very close …

eHeziIsraeli Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer Expressed Jersualem’s Support for Kurdish Aspirations for Independence

JACKSON LIST: President Eisenhower & Justice Jackson’s Funeral (1954) By JOHN Q. BARRETT, Esq.

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NEW YORK, NY — March 5, 2016 — Following the death last month of United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, President Obama, in California to meet with Asian nation leaders, made a public statement of remembrance and mourning (video herein). Six days later, as Justice Scalia’s body laid in repose in the Court’s Great Hall, the President and First Lady Michelle …

eHeziJACKSON LIST: President Eisenhower & Justice Jackson’s Funeral (1954) By JOHN Q. BARRETT, Esq.

The Driving Me Crazy Gang: John and Laurie Wiles, Bugsy Lawlor and Win Morrow, Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas, International News and Analysis with Hezi Aris, and Independent We Stand Co-founder Bill Brunelle on WHYT Radio’s Westchester On the Level wth Narog and Aris – Thursday, March 3, 2016 @ 10am EST

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YONKERS, NY – March 2, 2016 — WHYT Radio’s Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles are attended by Bugsy “Car Talk” Lawlor during the Ridin’ with Bugsy segment, and with Win “Tech Talk” Morrow during the opening segment this Thursday, March 3rd @10am EST. Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas attends the broadcast day in discussion over recent Councilmembers …

eHeziThe Driving Me Crazy Gang: John and Laurie Wiles, Bugsy Lawlor and Win Morrow, Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas, International News and Analysis with Hezi Aris, and Independent We Stand Co-founder Bill Brunelle on WHYT Radio’s Westchester On the Level wth Narog and Aris – Thursday, March 3, 2016 @ 10am EST

Historic Local Newspapers Resuscitated in Modernity Online

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BRONXVILLE, NY and EASTCHESTER, NY and TUCKAHOE, NY — February 28, 2016 — ​We could be living in villages called Gramatan Hills or Crawford Hills if a couple of early 20th Century movements had been successful. In the 1910s and 1920s newcomers to Bronxville repeatedly sought to rid themselves of a name that was unfavorably confused with The Bronx, advocating …

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Yonkers Public School District Failed to Challenge NYS Education Department Over Outdated Achievement Scores By HEZI ARIS

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YONKERS, NY — February 27, 2016 — Last year the Yonkers Board of Education (YBoE) was notified by the New York State Education Department (NYSED) that Roosevelt High School was a persistently stressed school and that the school would need to score better in order to avoid being removed from being under its guidance and instead being taken over by …

eHeziYonkers Public School District Failed to Challenge NYS Education Department Over Outdated Achievement Scores By HEZI ARIS