EXCLUSIVE: Yonkers Cross Hill Academy Teacher Teacher Anthony Marinello Charged with Grand Larceny By HEZI ARIS

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YONKERS, NY – March 28, 2012 – It was on March 28,2012 when the Yonkers Tribune reported about the accusation lodged against Anthony Marinello, a teacher at Cross Hill Academy, who was arrested the day before by Pelham Police Department Detective Hynes over the Offense of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a violation of Penal Law PL 155.35 DF3. …

eHeziEXCLUSIVE: Yonkers Cross Hill Academy Teacher Teacher Anthony Marinello Charged with Grand Larceny By HEZI ARIS

The Good, The Bad, and The Unconstitutional By LARRY M. ELKIN

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There are good laws, there are bad laws, and there are unconstitutional laws. One could argue that all unconstitutional laws are bad, but that does not mean all bad laws are unconstitutional. I happen to believe that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, widely though somewhat unfairly called “Obamacare” (“Democare” would be more accurate), is a very bad law. …

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Current Commentary: Death Is Still Certain; Taxes Not So Much By LARRY M. ELKIN

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At the founding of this country, Benjamin Franklin said that despite the promise that the new Constitution would endure, only two things could truly be certain in the newly United States of America: death and taxes. The death rate continues to hold at 100 percent, as The Onion once entertainingly reported. But for about half of the country, taxes – …

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Current Commentary: A New Enemy of The People By Larry M. Elkin

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In Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 play “An Enemy of the People,” Dr. Thomas Stockmann tries to tell his town that its popular tourist baths are so polluted that they sicken those who visit them for a cure. The town, led by Stockmann’s brother the mayor, brands Stockmann an alarmist rather than face the expensive repairs that must be made.

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Current Commentary: Nut Jobs with Guns By Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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A nut job with a gun shot Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 19 other people on Saturday, killing six and leaving Giffords, a moderate Democrat who represents a Republican-leaning Arizona district, clinging to life after brain surgery.

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Current Commentary: Burying A Big-Ticket Tunnel BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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Big civil engineering projects, like big military weapons systems, are notoriously hard to kill, even when their costs spiral to levels that eclipse their expected benefits. But you can’t blame a guy for trying, right? The Access to the Region’s Core (ARC) tunnel would have stretched under the Hudson River, carrying rail commuters from New Jersey to midtown Manhattan. It …

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