The Regularity of Irregular Diplomacy
LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

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If there is a “regularity” spectrum for special presidential envoys to foreign nations, I’d guess former President Jimmy Carter sits near one end and former basketball player Dennis Rodman near the other. Rudy Giuliani can go wherever you would like to put him between the two. One thing is certain about Giuliani’s representation of President Trump’s positions on Ukraine: What …

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LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

America Finds Its Heroes In Times Of Need
By BOB WEIR

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Weir Only Human I’m not old enough to remember the mood of the country during World War 2, but America’s sentiments can be readily understood by viewing any of the movies made during the war against the Axis powers in Europe. Even during the 50’s, a decade after the troops were back home, the films continued to portray the greatness …

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President Barack Obama’s Addresses the Nation with New Steps on Fixing Immigration System

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — November 20, 2014 — President Obama lays out the new steps he’s taking to fix the nations broken immigration system. Watch the address live on November 20th at 8pm EST and learn more at http://www.WhiteHouse.gov/Immigration-Action.

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ED KOCH COMMENTARY: Advice to Both Republicans and Democrats By ED KOCH

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President Barack Obama won reelection in a blowout. Some will ask how I can say "blowout" when he narrowly won the popular vote. President Obama won by a margin of about 3 million votes, winning 62,085,892 votes, compared with Mitt Romney's 58,777,012 votes. However, the President handily won the electoral college by a majority of 332 to 206. Two-hundred and …

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ED KOCH COMMENTARY Short Takes on Controversial Matters By EDWARD I. KOCH

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GUNS Mayor Michael Bloomberg is absolutely right to call upon President Barack Obama and his opponent Mitt Romney to do more than sympathize with the families and friends of the 12 people who were shot and killed by a clearly crazed guy in Aurora, Colorado last week.  More than fifty others were injured in the incident.  Offering bromides of sympathy …

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Read The Westchester Guardian – May 3, 2012 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – May 3, 2012 edition  

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Read the Westchester Guardian – September 22, 2011 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – September 22, 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 …

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President Obama Declared Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize By Hezi Aris

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Oslo, Norway — Premature is the first word that came to mind. No matter how hard I contemplate, I cannot fathom where Mr Obama has moved the peace effort forward. The peace prize committee stated that the President is being rewarded for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy." Has Mr Obama's efforts brought about peace in Afghanistan, in the …

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