Ecuador: An Unlikely Battleground to Secure America’s Southern Border
By TODD BENSMAN

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The South American country of Ecuador can be described as many things: a tourist mecca for its Galapagos Islands, the country that harbored WikiLeaks founder and fugitive Julian Assange in its London embassy for seven years, and soul-keeper of the vanquished Inca civilization. But an important battleground in America’s war over illegal immigration to the U.S. southern border? The answer …

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By TODD BENSMAN

Read the Westchester Guardian – October 13, 2011 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – October 13, 2011 edition. Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning  Adobe Pro software at no cost and free of …

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Ed Koch Commentary The Obama Administration Should Not Be Impeded By the City and State From Implementing Its Program to Deport Criminal Illegal and Legal Aliens By ED KOCH

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Saturday morning, while lying in bed reading The New York Times of October 1, I read an article that caused me great concern.  The article began, “In a significant reversal, the Bloomberg administration said Friday that it would support a City Council bill that would hamper federal authorities’ ability to detain, and eventually deport, foreign-born inmates on Rikers Island who …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary The Obama Administration Should Not Be Impeded By the City and State From Implementing Its Program to Deport Criminal Illegal and Legal Aliens By ED KOCH

The Hezitorial: Political Slime, By Sam Zherka and Hezi Aris

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The People have for too long become accustomed to suffering those whom we have elected to office. Despite the grand visions promised, rarely are the political contenders endowed with the backbone demanded of them.  Too often we lust for the visions espoused only to be disappointed by recognizing we have collectively been played by those who ask for our trust. …

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Globe-hopping: Eat,‭ ‬Sway,‭ ‬Love BY Barbara Barton Sloane

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A Tale of Two  ( Mexican ) Cities Emerging from a cool plunge in the deep blue sea of Bandaras Bay,  I settle back in our little motorboat which gently rocks side to side as it glides towards densely forested cliffs and an intensely blue grotto.    The sun is high overhead,  its warmth lulling me into a dream-like state …

eHeziGlobe-hopping: Eat,‭ ‬Sway,‭ ‬Love BY Barbara Barton Sloane

Ed Koch Movie Reviews: “Daniel and Ana” BY Edward I. Koch

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Movie Review: “Daniel and Ana” (+)August 30, 2010          The film’s script could have been taken from the notes of Havelock Ellis, a psychiatrist whose books dealt with sexual episodes experienced by his patients.  When I was in high school so many years ago in Newark, New Jersey, his books were read by students looking for a sexual …

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Ed Koch Commentary: An Overriding November Election Issue – Amnesty for Illegal Aliens BY Edward I. Koch

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Immigration is the issue that will dominate the November elections. On one side of this contentious issue are those who believe as I do that the Obama administration has exactly the same goal as its predecessor, the Bush administration, which is to provide amnesty and a “path to citizenship” for our illegal alien population, now estimated at between 11 million …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Amnesty – It Is Not Too Late To Step Away From The Abyss BY EDWARD I. KOCH

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President Obama does not believe that our borders can be protected against illegal entry.  He also does not believe that efforts by Arizona to clamp down on illegal immigration are proper.  As reported in Politico on July 2nd, President Obama said in a speech he gave at The American University in Washington, “…it’s not just that the law Arizona passed is divisive — although it has …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Amnesty – It Is Not Too Late To Step Away From The Abyss BY EDWARD I. KOCH