Trend Alert: Revolutionary Fervor to Spread Beyond Arab States – Europe Next By Gerald Celente

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Kingston, NY — When the Tunisian government toppled, the mass media and their stable of experts – who were blindsided by these events – quickly stepped in to proclaim the obvious: that citizens of other Arab nations would be emboldened to challenge autocratic and corrupt governments.  Now Egypt is in the throes of insurrection, and Algeria, Jordan, Morocco and Yemen …

eHeziTrend Alert: Revolutionary Fervor to Spread Beyond Arab States – Europe Next By Gerald Celente

Jackson List: Tonight on PBS, Chautauqua Institution By Prof. John Q. Barrett

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Chautauqua Institution is a beautiful lakeside Victorian village/campus located in the southwestern corner of New York State.  During its summer season, Chautauqua is the site of intellectual and cultural programming of all types.  Many prominent Americans and others in every field of endeavor have appeared before Chautauqua’s special audiences in its gorgeous venues.

eHeziJackson List: Tonight on PBS, Chautauqua Institution By Prof. John Q. Barrett

‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repealed by President Obama’s SignatureBY Hezi Aris

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Washington, DC — December 22, 2010 — President Barack Obama today excised the tenets of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" from the conduct of America’s armed forces will for the first time permit gays and lesbians to serve openly.  Rescinding “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" has not assuaged all critics who charge implementation of the new standard may hamper combat readiness. To …

eHezi‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repealed by President Obama’s SignatureBY Hezi Aris

The NAACP Yonkers Branch Names “Making a Difference Award” Recipients

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Yonkers, NY — Reverend James Hassell, Pastor Sandra Comerie-Smith, Reverend Henry Rivera, and Father John Hamilton have been named  recipients of the “Making a Difference Award” and will be honored for their commitment to civil and human rights at the NAACP Freedom Fund Brunch on December 4, 2010 at the Riverview, One Warburton Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, from 11:00 a.m. …

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September 17th – Constitution Day BY Prof. John Q. Barrett

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Two hundred and twenty-three years ago tonight, thirty-eight weary delegates to a convention in Philadelphia signed the Constitution of the United States.  Four handwritten sheets of parchment were enough to state the terms on which thirteen independent weak little republics agreed to try to survive together as one strong nation.  … 

eHeziSeptember 17th – Constitution Day BY Prof. John Q. Barrett

Polish Survivors of Auschwitz Remember First Day of Word War II

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Ridgewood, NY, September 1, 2010 —  Polish Catholic survivors ofAuschwitz Walter Kolodziejek and Michael Preisler ( 3rd and 4th from left) were guests of honor at this year’s commemoration of the anniversary of the start of World War II. A memorial mass remembering Hitler’s invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939 was held at St. Matthias Church in Ridgewood, N.Y.

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