The New Inequality Part II
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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NEWARK, NJ — May 19, 2020 — As the country begins a process of reopening, and increasingly more people, especially those deemed non-essential workers, are protesting against the lock-downs, we are seeing more clearly the fault-lines in the economy. On one level, there is a class warfare going on between economic elites who are able to work remotely and ordinary …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe New Inequality Part II
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

President Trump: Man of Steel
By BOB WEIR

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — May 18, 2020 — The election of Donald Trump and the reaction to it by the entrenched powers within the federal government has been an education for all Americans. We’ve learned that there are powerful forces embedded in Washington and they have created an alliance with the left-wing media that makes them practically untouchable. In 2016, …

Bob WeirPresident Trump: Man of Steel
By BOB WEIR

Are We at War With a Malevolent Media ?
By BOB WEIR

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Weir Only Human FLOWER MOUND, TX — May 6, 2020 — When any reasonable person looks at the decisions made by President Trump during the past 3-plus years, can anyone doubt that he’s precisely what our country needs to continue as the leader of the free world? He has been bold enough to take on America’s enemies in ways that …

Bob WeirAre We at War With a Malevolent Media ?
By BOB WEIR

The New Inequality
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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NEWARK, NJ — May 5, 2020 — Inequality and rising income has long been an issue in any number of political campaigns. The economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, however, puts an actual face on it which may have easily been obscured. Too often inequality can appear to be an abstraction as we are looking at Gini coefficients and top-to-bottom …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe New Inequality
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

Many Thanks!
By MARK JEFFERS

eHezi Community, History, Holidays, People, Westchester County, NY 1 Comment

Welcome to “News & Notes,” where we look at the happenings here in Westchester County… WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY —  May 3, 2020 — We are tremendously lucky to have so many wonderful volunteers and ways to give back; here are just a few shout outs… Our thanks to the Community Center of Northern Westchester which has set up with volunteers a …

eHeziMany Thanks!
By MARK JEFFERS

Bronxville Maintains and Sustains By Adding More Concern, Caring, Kindness, and Respect to Being a Good Neighbor
By Bronxville Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — April 28, 2020 —As the days continue, the Covid crisis manifests itself in many ways for many people… be it exhaustion and sadness for our first responders or financial worries and anxiety for our business owners. They all need us as their Village family now more than ever.  To that end, I just want to recap how …

Mary MarvinBronxville Maintains and Sustains By Adding More Concern, Caring, Kindness, and Respect to Being a Good Neighbor
By Bronxville Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Your “Real” Clothes Report for Spring/Summer
By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY NY— April 25, 2020  — The start of spring was officially more than a month ago, but with the entire country and the majority of the Western world currently in enforced lockdown due to the Corona virus outbreak, there have been few fair-weather celebrations.  However, lacking a reason to don any real clothes at this moment, we are …

Barbara Barton SloaneYour “Real” Clothes Report for Spring/Summer
By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

In a Constant State of Flux
By Bronxville Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — April 21, 2020 —As I mentioned in a recent E alert, possibly the only state deadline not extended was the requirement that Villages approve their next year’s budgets by May 1. To that end, staff and trustees have been evaluating numbers and will finalize a budget in the next ten days via remote meetings. The tentative budget …

Mary MarvinIn a Constant State of Flux
By Bronxville Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Managing a Crisis, and Especially Now, Requires Real Leadership
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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  NEWARK, NJ — April 21, 2020 — With the advent of public administration during the early part of the Twentieth Century came what is regarded as the administrative state. Critics deride it as the “deep state.” Still, classical public administration rested on a couple of basic principles: separation of politics from administration, and staffing based on merit, which would …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanManaging a Crisis, and Especially Now, Requires Real Leadership
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

Is the Cure for Covid-19 Worse Than the Disease?
By BOB WEIR

Bob Weir Archives, COVID-19, Governance, Health, History, International, Law, Medicine, National, Op-Ed, People, Political Analysis, Politics, Technology, Texas 20 Comments

FLOWER MOUND, TX — April 13, 2020 —If you’re like most people you probably have a certain routine that signifies your day-to-day life. Perhaps you work a 9-5 job, come home to join the family for a typical evening of dinner, accompanied by conversation about the events of the day. You and your spouse talk about what happened at the …

Bob WeirIs the Cure for Covid-19 Worse Than the Disease?
By BOB WEIR