Ed Koch Commentary: Power to The People – They Have It Now but Haven’t Used It By ED KOCH

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday.  Its very name, “Thanks Giving,” a day to give thanks, makes it unique.  For 364 days a year, we take for granted how lucky we are to live in this special land we call America, a country of amazing energy and variety. When Thanksgiving arrives – which we usually celebrate as a five-day holiday weekend, …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Power to The People – They Have It Now but Haven’t Used It By ED KOCH

Read the Westchester Guardian – November 3, 2011 Edition

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Click to open The Westchester Guardian – November 3, 2011 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning Adobe Pro software at no cost and free of virus …

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Greetings from Nuremberg By John Q. Barrett

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Sixty-five years ago this week, Justice Robert H. Jackson flew from here to Paris on one of the many diplomatic missions that were parts of his Nuremberg trial year.  Justice Jackson traveled to Paris in spring 1946 to accept, finally, invitations that the French government, bar and prosecutors at Nuremberg had been tendering to him for many months. 

eHeziGreetings from Nuremberg By John Q. Barrett

New York Civic: MTA Minions Face Axe BY HENRY J. STERN

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 BREAKING NEWS: Just as we are about to publish, Crain's New York informs us that the MTA's budget deficit is $105 million greater than the agency had previously estimated. Real estate tax revenues based on property transfers were far short of expectations for the first six months of 2010. This will further stress the financially beleaguered agency, which this Sunday …

eHeziNew York Civic: MTA Minions Face Axe BY HENRY J. STERN