Ed Koch Commentary: President Obama, Israel, Palestine, U.S. Congress, Jewish Community By Edward I. Koch

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 President Obama Says, “I Also Recognize That In Order For Any Agreement to Endure, Peace Cannot Be Imposed From The Outside; It Must Be Negotiated Directly By The Leaders Who Are Required To Make The Hard Choices and Compromises that Take On History” On March 22, 2010, (Read: Ed Koch Commentary: The Trust is Gone; It Will Never be the …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: President Obama, Israel, Palestine, U.S. Congress, Jewish Community By Edward I. Koch

Longines Announces Participants for The Junior Tennis Challenge at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

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  New York, NY — April 16, 2010 —  Longines, the official timekeeper and partner of the French Open, announced the United States’ participants for the 2010 Longines Junior Tennis Challenge, a global initiative to support and develop tennis’ superstars of tomorrow.  The U.S. sanctioned event will take place on Saturday, April 17 at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center where …

eHeziLongines Announces Participants for The Junior Tennis Challenge at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

New York Civic: Share Your Thoughts. Only $50K. By Henry J. Stern

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 Part I: There is often a gray area between a crime and what is merely outrageous behavior. This is true not only in the legislature, but also in political life generally.  A solicitation by the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee falls into that murk: the Attorney General or a District Attorney could convene a grand jury to seek an indictment, or …

eHeziNew York Civic: Share Your Thoughts. Only $50K. By Henry J. Stern

Lazio Sends Letter to Congressional Delegation Asserting Health Care Bill is “Bad for Health Care, Bad for the Economy, and Bad for Democracy”

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 New York, NY – Rick Lazio sent the following letter today to New York's House and Senate Delegation:

eHeziLazio Sends Letter to Congressional Delegation Asserting Health Care Bill is “Bad for Health Care, Bad for the Economy, and Bad for Democracy”

Ed Koch Commentary: We Are Not Our Brothers’ Keepers When They Engage In Corrupt and Unethical Acts By Edward I. Koch

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 The black community is reeling from the spate of attacks against major black officeholders.  The Republicans are seeking to destroy the first black president, Barack Obama, and prevent his reelection by denying him any political successes.  Every day, they show evidence of having become the party of “no.”

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: We Are Not Our Brothers’ Keepers When They Engage In Corrupt and Unethical Acts By Edward I. Koch

Ed Koch Commentary: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Should be Relegated to The Dustbin of History – The Sooner, The Better By Edward I. Koch

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 “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” should be repealed by the Congress, as requested by President Barack Obama.  Gays and lesbians should be permitted to serve in the United States armed forces without concealing their innate sexual orientation, as they do in 20 of the 26 NATO countries, including England, France and The Netherlands, as well as in Israel.

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Should be Relegated to The Dustbin of History – The Sooner, The Better By Edward I. Koch

NYS GOP Chairman Edward Cox Calls for Admonished Rep. Charlie Rangel to Relinquish Leadership Post

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 ~Chairman calls for Rangel to step down as Chairman of House Ways and Means Committee and for all recipients of Rangel’s donations to return tainted funds ~ Albany, NY —  “Congressman Rangel’s latest in a long list of offenses cited by the House Ethics Committee should be the final straw.  The time has come for Rangel to step down from …

eHeziNYS GOP Chairman Edward Cox Calls for Admonished Rep. Charlie Rangel to Relinquish Leadership Post

Statement from Senator Liz Krueger on the Expulsion of Hiram Monseratte

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 “Voting to expel a member of the New York State Senate is not a decision to be taken lightly, but in the case of Hiram Monserrate it was necessary to protect the integrity of the body.  It is unfortunate that Mr. Monserrate was unwilling to respect his constituents or the institution of the Senate by resigning upon his conviction.  After …

eHeziStatement from Senator Liz Krueger on the Expulsion of Hiram Monseratte