Ed Koch Commentary: Tolerance Must Be a Two-Way Street BY Edward I. Koch

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September 14, 2010 What should we do to deal with people like Pastor Terry Jones who threaten to burn the Koran? Having the President and other members of the administration publicly and privately plead with them, as was the case with Jones, is foolish and, indeed, counterproductive.  Never reward bad behavior.  When this current dingbat Jones is out of the …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Tolerance Must Be a Two-Way Street BY Edward I. Koch

The Evolving World of Media: Hezi Aris to Edit the Westchester Guardian

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Meeting Westchester’s Challenges,  Pertinence, and Relevance with Facts and Respect Yes, it’s true. Some will be perturbed. Some will lose their last meal upon reading this revelation made privy to very few before this official telling. indulge me remembering our past, present, and focus on the future. You may be surprised that the marriage is prudent, logical, and worthy of …

eHeziThe Evolving World of Media: Hezi Aris to Edit the Westchester Guardian

Current Commentary: The Facts About Eggs and Goats BY Larry M. Elkin

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Recently, I opened my refrigerator in Palm Coast, Fla., and discovered that my brother had left behind a carton of organic eggs. A package insert told a story about one of the egg farmer’s favorite goats, whose death left the farm’s other goats sad. The story had a dateline of Massachusetts, but the carton had a Texas license number, and …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: The Facts About Eggs and Goats BY Larry M. Elkin

Ed Koch Commentary: Interesting Correspondence BY Edward I. Koch

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New York, NY, August 30, 2010 I am a strong believer in the importance of setting the record straight.  I do not ignore inaccurate or incomplete statements about me or my record. For example, on August 26 I read a blogger’s article mentioning me in a way I did not appreciate.  The blogger, who is associated with Columbia University, wrote: …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Interesting Correspondence BY Edward I. Koch

The Hezitorial: Government Must Traverse the Media Landscape with Agenda-less Impartiality BY Hezi Aris

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Managing Editor Robert Cox of New Rochelle's Talk of the Sound yesterday wrote an Open Letter to Chuck Strome, New Rochelle’s City Manager, advising his right to be fairly treated as a member of media, commensurate to equal footing with the Journal News, WVOX-1460 AM radio, Cable News 12 Westchester, among others. Since the onset of the Internet, government, taking …

eHeziThe Hezitorial: Government Must Traverse the Media Landscape with Agenda-less Impartiality BY Hezi Aris

Current Commentary: How Everyone Came To Have A Second Mortgage BY Larry M. Elkin

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A quarter-century ago, only someone in desperate need of cash would take a second mortgage. Then Congress changed the tax rules, and today, millions of Americans have “home equity” lines. Banks are losing $30 billion a year on these products, and untold thousands of families stand to lose their homes to foreclosure. Is this another example of a law’s unexpected consequences? …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: How Everyone Came To Have A Second Mortgage BY Larry M. Elkin

Petition to Victims Impact Unit – Regarding the Murder of Gregory N. Vance By John Maida

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Petitions Must Be Received Prior to August 30, 2010. Please Consider Sending Your Petition Today. Many Yonkers residents are engaged in trying to help retired YPD Detective William Vance and his wife Isabella in their efforts to deny parole to the convicted murderer of their 24 year-old-son Gregory, in Yonkers in 1982. The hearing is scheduled for Aug 30, 2010. …

eHeziPetition to Victims Impact Unit – Regarding the Murder of Gregory N. Vance By John Maida

New York Civic: Cops Go Forward; Geese Come Back BY HENRY J. STERN

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Budget Deadlock – Day 113 Police Will Scan Data Manually to Comply with Stop and Frisk;Geese Returning to Prospect Park NEW YORK, NY, July 22, 2010 – Our Tuesday column on stop and frisk legislation produced interesting reactions. The first emailed replies received were negative, some castigating me for going over to the dark side. The next day, Wednesday, predominantly supportive emails …

eHeziNew York Civic: Cops Go Forward; Geese Come Back BY HENRY J. STERN

Rashid Khalidi Appeals for Funds for Ship to Run Israeli Blockade of Gaza BY WINFIELD MYERS

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Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University, has signed an appeal for funds to outfit a ship–to be named The Audacity of Hope after Barack Obama's second book–that will challenge the Israeli blockade of Gaza in September or October, according to a report by Robert Mackey at The Lede, a blog of the New York Times. His wife Mona is also …

eHeziRashid Khalidi Appeals for Funds for Ship to Run Israeli Blockade of Gaza BY WINFIELD MYERS

Ed Koch Commentary: On Life, Death and The New York Uprising BY EDWARD I. KOCH

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It was last July that I left the New York-Presbyterian Hospitalin Washington Heights, after spending six weeks there, five of which were in the Intensive Care Unit.  I was there to have a quadruple bypass and heart valve replacement.  My gall bladder was also removed.

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: On Life, Death and The New York Uprising BY EDWARD I. KOCH