Statement from Army Veteran Max Rose on Dan Donovan’s Efforts to Discredit and Attack Dr. Blasey Ford

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STATEN ISLAND, NY — September 22, 2018 — On Thursday, Dan Donovan dismissed the seriousness of the allegations facing Judge Kavanaugh during an appearance on The Joe Piscopo Show, September 20, 2018 . Donovan said it was a “delay-tactic” and would “send a message that no one is qualified to sit on the United States Supreme Court, because in everyone’s …

eHeziStatement from Army Veteran Max Rose on Dan Donovan’s Efforts to Discredit and Attack Dr. Blasey Ford

Ed Koch Commentary: Committee In Support of the Proposed Udall Amendment to the U.S. Constitution By ED KOCH

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Remember the maxim, “Money is the root of all evil?”  It is certainly true with respect to our electoral politics.  While it is necessary for candidates to raise funds for election campaigns, the fact is the system is now out of control. The vast sums pouring into politics today has corrupted our elections, and decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Committee In Support of the Proposed Udall Amendment to the U.S. Constitution By ED KOCH

Ed Koch: Commentary What If? By ED KOCH

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Last Saturday, The New York Times published an extensive article by Richard Perez-Pena headlined “Koch and N.Y.U. Clash Over Terrorism Report.”  The article stated, “The report, focusing on three high-profile cases, accuses law enforcement agencies of luring young Muslim men into violent plots and makes broad assertions that the government stigmatizes Muslims.  The charge is nothing new; defendants in many …

eHeziEd Koch: Commentary What If? By ED KOCH

Jackson List: More on “Screws v. United States” BY Prof. John Q. Barrett

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 Last Sunday, I sent a Jackson List post about Shirley Sherrod’s March 2010 speech to a NAACP Georgia chapter and her connection to and remarks about Screws v. United States. (That post, slightly tweaked, is now a PDF file in the Jackson List archive see http://www.stjohns.edu/academics/graduate/law/faculty/profiles/Barrett/JacksonList.sju.) Screws was a 1940s lynching case.  Three white men—Sheriff Claude Screws of Baker County, Georgia, a …

eHeziJackson List: More on “Screws v. United States” BY Prof. John Q. Barrett

Jackson List: Shirley Sherrod on Screws v. United States, in 1945, Today & Tomorrow BY PROF. JOHN Q. BARRETT

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On March 27, 2010, Shirley Sherrod, then the United States Department of Agriculture’s Director of Rural Development in the State of Georgia, gave a now-famous speech before the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter of Coffee County, Georgia.

eHeziJackson List: Shirley Sherrod on Screws v. United States, in 1945, Today & Tomorrow BY PROF. JOHN Q. BARRETT