Insight on Politics: Is Mitt Romney the Inevitable Nominee? By MICHAEL EDELMAN

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  In the wake of the Florida Primary it is clear that Mitt Romney is able to attract the widest swath of voters who are registered Republican. But it is also clear that the more conservative, tea party elements of the party are still suspect of his conservative credentials. Many point to “Romney-Care” in Massachusetts, which they say is exactly …

eHeziInsight on Politics: Is Mitt Romney the Inevitable Nominee? By MICHAEL EDELMAN

Current Commentary: Carrying The Political Burden Of “Carried Interest” By LARRY M. ELKIN

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  A person’s income tax returns paint a pretty vivid portrait if you know what to look for, and the picture of Mitt Romney that emerged last week is that of a successful investor and politician who does his best to make his financial affairs bulletproof.

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Carrying The Political Burden Of “Carried Interest” By LARRY M. ELKIN

Ed Koch Commentary: The Flatter Tax By EDWARD I. KOCH

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  I don’t believe class conflict is harmful to our country, as long as it is limited to elections.  It is also helpful if the charges made by both sides in this conflict are factually correct.  The Republicans are the party of the wealthy.  Its membership, however, is made up primarily of people who do not fit that description and …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: The Flatter Tax By EDWARD I. KOCH

Joe and Josephine Citizen: My Endorsement of the Candidacy of Newt Gingrich By CARL PALADINO

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  Hey America.  Do you feel confused;  an uneasiness in your gut?  You can’t put your finger on why but for the first time in your life you actually fear the future.    It’s good you are upset.  It’s called opportunity.  Engage!  Speak!  Don’t trust that someone else will do it.  In 21st century politics you are played by the …

eHeziJoe and Josephine Citizen: My Endorsement of the Candidacy of Newt Gingrich By CARL PALADINO

Insight on Politics: Where Are We? – An Analysis of The Republican Nominating Process So Far By MIKE EDELMAN

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eHeziInsight on Politics: Where Are We? – An Analysis of The Republican Nominating Process So Far By MIKE EDELMAN

Ed Koch Commentary Newt Gingrich: Liberals’ Nightmare By EDWARD I. KOCH

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I have watched about a half-dozen events involving the Republican presidential candidates, including their appearance this week before both the Republican National Jewish Coalition and the Iowa debate moderated by Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos.    In the beginning of the early debates, I was not very impressed with any of the candidates’ grasp of the issues being discussed.  Either …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary Newt Gingrich: Liberals’ Nightmare By EDWARD I. KOCH

Ed Koch Commentary: Generally Speaking, Government Best Helps the Economy By Getting Out of the Way By ED KOCH

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On September 24, a police commander was caught on video pepper-spraying four penned-in women who were part of an Occupy Wall Street demonstration.  The police commander was given a so-called command discipline offer in lieu of a department trial:  the loss of ten vacation days, his to accept or reject.  You can be sure he will accept it.  He would …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Generally Speaking, Government Best Helps the Economy By Getting Out of the Way By ED KOCH

President Obama Announces Full Troop Withdrawal by End of 2011.

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The BBC report President Barack Obama has announced "all US troops will be pulled out of Iraq by the end of 2011 – nearly nine years after the invasion." For more details: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news>>>

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Governor Cuomo Requests Expedited Federal Approval of Tappan Zee Bridge Project

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Image via Wikipedia Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday, October 10, 2011, announced that he has asked the federal government to expedite the review and approval process to allow work to begin on the Tappan Zee Bridge project. The Tappan Zee project represents a multi-billion dollar investment that will create tens of thousands of jobs and restore a critical part …

eHeziGovernor Cuomo Requests Expedited Federal Approval of Tappan Zee Bridge Project