Hundreds of Hempstead High School Students to Rally Tuesday, April 14th @ 11am for the Release of 270 Nigerian Girls Kidnapped by Boko Haram One year Ago

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HEMPSTEAD, NY — April 13, 2015 — Hempstead Board of Education President Lamont Johnson and Mayor Wayne Hall will join NAACP officials and hundreds of Hempstead High School students at the high school tomorrow, April 14, 2015, at 11am, in a rally and press conference for the release of 270 Nigerian girls who were kidnapped by the Boko Haram terrorist organization …

eHeziHundreds of Hempstead High School Students to Rally Tuesday, April 14th @ 11am for the Release of 270 Nigerian Girls Kidnapped by Boko Haram One year Ago

JACKSON LIST: Department of Justice Farewell to President Franklin D. Roosevelt By Prof. JOHN Q. BARRETT

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Yesterday, April 12th, marked seventy years since the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Robert H. Jackson was eighteen years old when he met Frank Roosevelt, then a freshman New York State Senator, in Albany, New York, in early 1911. Across the next twenty-plus years, Roosevelt became F.D.R., a national official, a state governor, and then the President. Between 1934 …

eHeziJACKSON LIST: Department of Justice Farewell to President Franklin D. Roosevelt By Prof. JOHN Q. BARRETT

Was the South Carolina Shooting a Reflection of Racism, Police Subculture or Both? By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ

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As more evidence emerges — in addition to the cell phone video showing a South Carolina policeman, who is white, shooting a black man in the back — it certainly shows that serious abuse of power and a likely homicide occurred. But does it also show a racially motivated interaction? The officer’s words were not recorded, so motive must be …

eHeziWas the South Carolina Shooting a Reflection of Racism, Police Subculture or Both? By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ

BARBWire: Bake Your Own Damn Cake By J. MATT BARBER

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Liberals overplay their hand. It’s part of the deficiency. Whether real or perceived, if the pagan left can rationalize a sense of “progress” on some freedom-killing cause du jour, then it’ll push, push, push until it falls flat on its face. Step aside, America. Give them room. Religious liberty is non-negotiable. Freedom of conscience is the bedrock of American society. …

eHeziBARBWire: Bake Your Own Damn Cake By J. MATT BARBER

Dangers to Democracy in the Prosecution of Senator Menendez By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ

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Whenever a prominent political figure is indicted on charges of alleged corruption, serious questions arise. Is the prosecution part of a growing and dangerous trend toward criminalizing policy differences? Does it endanger the free speech rights of contributors? Will it constrain the legislative branch from serving as a check and balance on the executive? These questions are now being raised …

eHeziDangers to Democracy in the Prosecution of Senator Menendez By ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ

Common Law Parents Plead Guilty in the Death of Their Son

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WHITE PLAINS, NY – April 6, 2015 — Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore announced that Clarence Thomas (DOB 03/21/82) of 121 Ludlow Street, Yonkers, New York pled guilty today to: one count of Manslaughter in the Second Degree, a class “C” Felony, “These parents, the father by his reckless actions and the mother by her denial of any abuse, …

eHeziCommon Law Parents Plead Guilty in the Death of Their Son

Who Are the Principal Violators of International Law? By Dr. LAWRENCE A. FRANKLIN

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In failing to adhere to international law, the United Nations has, as its principle violator, primarily itself. The real dispute is not about a “Palestinian State.” It is about who has the right to the entire area. This is also the reason the Palestinians will never sign an “end of conflict” agreement. The Palestinian Authority (PA) continues to depict a …

eHeziWho Are the Principal Violators of International Law? By Dr. LAWRENCE A. FRANKLIN

Tarrytown Gun Enthusiast Sentenced in Shooting

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Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore announced that Eric Gaulin (DOB 06/07/88) of 157 West Main Street, Tarrytown, New York was sentenced today to shock probation, six months in County Jail and five years post release supervision, on his October 2014 guilty plea to: one count of Manslaughter in the Second Degree, a class “C” Felony, relating to the death …

eHeziTarrytown Gun Enthusiast Sentenced in Shooting

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Indicted

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Senator Robert Menendez and Dr. Salomon Melgen Indicted for Conspiracy, Bribery, and Honest Services Fraud WASHINGTON, D.C. — April 1, 2015 — Robert Menendez, a U.S. senator, and Salomon Melgen, a Florida ophthalmologist, were indicted today in connection with a bribery scheme in which Menendez allegedly accepted gifts from Melgen in exchange for using the power of his Senate office to …

eHeziBREAKING NEWS: U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Indicted

UN to Advocate for Rights of Child Sex Slaves: Don’t Call It ‘Prostitution’ By Dr. PHYLLIS CHESLER

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Yesterday, according to a PassBlue report prominent Indian anti-prostitution activist Ruchira Gupta revealed: “I was surprised that the UN was trying to censor [me and told] me not to speak on prostitution, when my work was with victims of prostitution.” Gupta was about to receive a Woman of Distinction award at the United Nations this past March when she was …

eHeziUN to Advocate for Rights of Child Sex Slaves: Don’t Call It ‘Prostitution’ By Dr. PHYLLIS CHESLER