Insight on Politics: Is Mitt Romney the Inevitable Nominee? By MICHAEL EDELMAN

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  In the wake of the Florida Primary it is clear that Mitt Romney is able to attract the widest swath of voters who are registered Republican. But it is also clear that the more conservative, tea party elements of the party are still suspect of his conservative credentials. Many point to “Romney-Care” in Massachusetts, which they say is exactly …

eHeziInsight on Politics: Is Mitt Romney the Inevitable Nominee? By MICHAEL EDELMAN

Ed Koch Commentary: Mr. President, Stop the Great Bank Heist By ED KOCH

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A New York Times editorial of November 9, 2011 sounded the alarm concerning what I would refer to as the Great Bank Heist.  The robbery, however, is not of the banks, but by them, with the Obama administration, I regret to say, helping them, in effect, to rob the public.  Banks and the government are intent on reducing the liability …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Generally Speaking, Government Best Helps the Economy By Getting Out of the Way By ED KOCH

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On September 24, a police commander was caught on video pepper-spraying four penned-in women who were part of an Occupy Wall Street demonstration.  The police commander was given a so-called command discipline offer in lieu of a department trial:  the loss of ten vacation days, his to accept or reject.  You can be sure he will accept it.  He would …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Generally Speaking, Government Best Helps the Economy By Getting Out of the Way By ED KOCH