Major Smuggler of Immigrants from Mideast, Africa, etc. Arrested in Costa Rica
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CENTRAL AMERICA — October 1, 2019 — A year ago, the House Oversight and Reform Committee issued a call for DHS to investigate the first known case of a migrant who illegally crossed the U.S. southern border and went on to conduct a double vehicle-ramming attack, carrying an ISIS flag in Edmonton, Alberta. There’s no word on whether DHS’s Office …

eHeziMajor Smuggler of Immigrants from Mideast, Africa, etc. Arrested in Costa Rica
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Statement from Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Earthquake Felt in Parts of New York State

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“The State Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor effects of the earthquake that occurred this morning near Ottawa, Canada, and was felt throughout parts of New York State. At this time, there have been no reports of damage to any of the state’s critical infrastructure.”

eHeziStatement from Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Earthquake Felt in Parts of New York State

Current Commentary: Leading From The Rear On Energy, Again By LARRY M. ELKIN

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By deciding to delay a decision – in this case, on the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline – the Obama administration has given us a concise summary of everything that is wrong with the executive branch today. This is the presidency that takes a firm stand against taking firm stands. The buck always stops someplace else. The Obama White House …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Leading From The Rear On Energy, Again By LARRY M. ELKIN

Ed Koch Commentary: Canada Appears More Protective of Its Children Than Is the U.S. BY Edward I. Koch

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Protecting Our Children; Housing Mortgage Foreclosures;Deportation of Illegal Immigrants; and the Unincarcerated Wealthy Criminals According to The New York Times of October 14th,  Canada “has declared bisphenol A [BPA], a chemical widely used to create clear, hard plastics, as well as food can liners, to be a toxic substance.”  This followed Canada’s ban of BPA two years ago “in polycarbonate  bottles used by infants and children.” …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Canada Appears More Protective of Its Children Than Is the U.S. BY Edward I. Koch

Yonkers Police Department Blotter – October 1, 2010 BY Det. Sgt. Patrick McCormack

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Yonkers, NY, October 1, 2010 — On 9/30/10 at 9:17 pm in the parking garage office at Riverdale Ave and Vark St  two males were robbed at gunpoint by two suspects. One suspect displayed a silver handgun while the other suspect went through both victim’s pockets. One victim was struck in the head by one suspect and then both suspects …

eHeziYonkers Police Department Blotter – October 1, 2010 BY Det. Sgt. Patrick McCormack

Current Commentary: Human Flags at the Top of the World BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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The town of Grise Fiord on Ellesmere Island in Nunavut, Canada, has temperatures below freezing nearly all year. Its Inuit name, Aujuittuq, means “place that never thaws.” But, for around 150 people, Grise Fiord is home.

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Human Flags at the Top of the World BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

Current Commentary: Seeing The Forest, Losing Sight Of The Trees BY Larry M. Elkin

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A tall, handsome white ash tree shades the east side of our Vermont home. Its golden-brown autumn foliage contrasts with the reds of the sugar maples around it. Its ramrod-straight trunk reminds me of a favorite baseball bat, also ash, that I swung as a boy. This tree should outlive me by many years, but it probably won’t. Every ash …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Seeing The Forest, Losing Sight Of The Trees BY Larry M. Elkin

Music Scene: Tremblant Blues Festival Impresses – Again BY Bob Putignano

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Tremblant International Blues Festival July 9th-11th, 2010 How many blues festivals are you aware of that run for ten days consecutively?  Well the Tremblant International Blues fest does which is chock full of world class blues based artists.  Plus over the two weekends (Saturday’s & Sunday’s) the music flow’s non-stop for twelve hours (1:00pm-1:00am) at various stages and venues, and …

eHeziMusic Scene: Tremblant Blues Festival Impresses – Again BY Bob Putignano

What This Old Thing? It’s a Million Years Old BY Alisa Singer

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Why You Should Blame the Caveman If You Can’t Zip Your Jeans If you pride yourself on your late model car or your trendy clothes, you’ll be surprised to learn that you’re walking around in a body designed over a million years ago. This is around the time the Homo Erectus model was first introduced. The very latest body style, Homo …

eHeziWhat This Old Thing? It’s a Million Years Old BY Alisa Singer

Shifting Gears: Red Ink and Black Crayons – Drawing the Future at GM and Chrysler BY Wm. Roger Witherspoon

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Ed Welburn (left) was the picture of a man who was right where he always wanted to be The setting wasn’t spectacular. This was the 2010 New York Auto Show and General Motors, just climbing back from bankruptcy, did not splurge on space or amenities.  But there was Welburn, a quiet Black man whose bald pate was reflecting the overhead …

eHeziShifting Gears: Red Ink and Black Crayons – Drawing the Future at GM and Chrysler BY Wm. Roger Witherspoon