New York Civic: Four Wheels Bad By Henry J. Stern

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Bridge Tolls Ended A Century Ago Today, Now Tax Raisers Would Reimpose Them, Because MTA Overspends Consistently Today, we are told, is the one hundredth anniversary of the removal of tolls from the East River bridges, which at the time ranged from one to ten cents. One would think that such an occasion would be a day of celebration, people rejoicing at the …

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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

Ed Koch Commentary: The Chavez Handshake, Cuba, and the Release of the Torture Memos By Edward I. Koch

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President Obama appears to be moving aggressively to make needed changes that were blocked or ignored by the Bush administration.  More power to him, as they say.  Yet, I find it inexplicable that, while seeming to move in new directions in foreign policy and in energy, education and health, he has so far failed to change two major misjudgments of …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: The Chavez Handshake, Cuba, and the Release of the Torture Memos By Edward I. Koch