The Different Types of Life Insurance and How to Determine Which is the Best One for You

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY –  October 24, 2021 — When people research life insurance, they typically want to know more about permanent and term policies. However, there’s more to this type of insurance than just these two policies. There are other types of life insurance you can choose from, each having its unique benefits. Here are the different types of life …

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Three Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Retirement

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October 6, 2021 — After devoting yourself to your career, the time has come to finally retire. Retirement is something most people look forward to. However, it’s also something not everyone plans for. You see, while retirement does give you some much-needed reprieve, not having a plan might cause boredom to set in rather quickly. You still need to have …

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The Fourth Rome
By Paul F. Petrick, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — September 18, 2021 — When it comes to ostentatious displays of grandeur, there ain’t no party like a Communist Party. The festivities in Tiananmen Square commemorating the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th birthday on July 1st were a sight to behold.  Donning a Mao suit and standing behind a podium adorned with a hammer and sickle, Xi Jinping, …

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By Paul F. Petrick, Esq.

Following Visits to Communities Impacted by Hurricane IDA Flooding, Governor Hochul Signed Requests for Expedited Major Disaster Declaration

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Request Seeks Federal Financial Relief for Local Governments and New Yorkers—Once Approved, Declaration Would Deliver Individual and Public Assistance to New Yorkers Recovering from Damage of Hurricane Ida New Yorkers Who Have Been Displaced, Including Uninsured Families, Would be Eligible for Funds for Housing Assistance, As Well As Crisis Counseling, Unemployment Assistance, Home Repairs, and Legal Services Governor Hochul Launches …

TribuneFollowing Visits to Communities Impacted by Hurricane IDA Flooding, Governor Hochul Signed Requests for Expedited Major Disaster Declaration

Defund the Police? Why Not Defund Politicians
By Michael Letts

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COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA —September 4, 2021 — Law enforcement officers across the country don uniforms and equipment to face another shift, it’s difficult to imagine their heightened sense of defensiveness.  Each day, American law enforcement officers assume the duties of protecting us against violent offenders.  Yet as a group, law enforcement officers are collectively castigated in the absurd rallying cry of the …

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By Michael Letts

Governor Hochul Announces New Measures to Combat COVID-19 Delta Variant

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Announces Plan for New Statewide Weekly Testing Requirement for Unvaccinated School Staff   Decentralizes Booster Shot Distribution to Local Health Departments, Announces $65 Million Available to Local Health Departments to Support These Efforts State Exploring Vaccine Mandate for All Staff in All State Regulated Facilities New Measures Build on Governor’s Comprehensive Plan to Help Ensure a Safe, Productive Return to Schools …

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Terrorist Taliban Are Not ‘Our Brothers’
By Tarek Fatah

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TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA — August 25, 2021 — If there was any evidence needed to turf out Justin Trudeau and his dimwit cabinet members, his Minister for Women and Gender Equality Maryam Monsef has provided one. During a press briefing Wednesday, Monsef referred to the Taliban as “our brothers” as she appealed to them for safe passage of evacuees from …

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Yonkers Police Continue to Investigate Fatal Bronx River Shooting Incident

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YONKERS, NY – August 25, 2021 — Today marks the one year anniversary of the shooting death of Yonkers resident Chazz Mitchell. The suspect Jerome Wilson is still at large and wanted by the Yonkers Police. A $5,000 REWARD still stands for information leading to his arrest. The Yonkers Police Police issue a $5,000 Reward for information leading to the …

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The Importance of the U.S. Dollar for Foreign Exchange (Forex) Trading
By Hezi Aris

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DESCRIPTION: Widely perceived as one of the most prominent currencies in the world, the U.S. Dollar (USD) plays a crucial role in the economies of many countries across the globe. USD and Forex Trading: An Overview WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — August 24, 2021 — Forex trading, defined as the buying and selling of currencies on the global market with the …

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Death of Sleepy Hollow Resident Manuel Salazar by Mount Vernon, NY Resident Emmanuel Valentin Perez

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — August 24, 2021 — Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah announced that 18-year-old Emmanuel Valentin Perez was arraigned on Monday for the shooting death of a Sleepy Hollow resident Manuel Salazar. The charges in the indictment include Manslaughter in the First Degree, Criminal Use of a Firearm in the First Degree, Criminal Possession of a …

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