A Century of Genocides: Next Trigger-Man, Iran By GUY MILLIÈRE

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  The first priority of most Western governments today seems to sign a deal with Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, who openly calls for Israel’s and America’s destruction. The next priority of many European governments, and apparently the Pope, is to entrust a state to the Palestinian Authority and Hamas, a movement that does not hide its genocidal intentions. Unless …

eHeziA Century of Genocides: Next Trigger-Man, Iran By GUY MILLIÈRE

Ed Koch Commentary: The Need for a Federal Czar to Oversee the Development of the Nation’s Oil Reserves By EDWARD I. KOCH

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Legislation to Fingerprint Food Stamp Recipients      Ethanol is produced from some agricultural products.  It is a form of alcohol which is added to regular gasoline in order to make us less reliant on foreign supplies of oil, from which gasoline is derived. The subsidy to create ethanol was first provided 30 years ago and ended December 31, 2011 when Congress …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: The Need for a Federal Czar to Oversee the Development of the Nation’s Oil Reserves By EDWARD I. KOCH

Veterans Endorse Mike Spano for Mayor

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A coalition of veterans, including John Murtagh’s former law partner, today appeared with Assemblyman Mike Spano to endorse his candidacy for Mayor of Yonkers. Joe Procelli headed the group. He is the commander of the Empire Post Veterans of Foreign Wars 375. “Joining him was former Naval Officer Bob Lunney. Mr Murtagh’s former law partner, who, it is alleged in …

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Mayor Marvin’s Column By MARY C. MARVIN

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The Bronxville Memorial Day Committee is proud to announce the selection of our 89th Grand Marshall, Arthur Miller, WWII veteran and lifelong Village resident.   Art is a graduate of the Trinity Pawling School, where he was first touched by the implications of a world war.  One of Art’s friends was called out of English class to be told that …

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Thoughts About The Season By Michael Edelman, Sam Zherka, and Hezi Aris

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In this joyous holiday season with the New Year’s festivities only days away, it would seem to  behoove us to reflect on the greatness of our nation and what made it become a beacon of freedom throughout the world. In other words, although We may disagree with each other on various policies and ideologies, we all recognize that what makes …

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Current Commentary: If Things Are Getting Better, Why Are We So Miserable? BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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You have heard by now that the recession is officially over. Do you feel like celebrating? Probably not. This week’s announcement from theNational Bureau of Economic Research confirmed what we already knew, which is that the Great Recession has been over for quite a while – officially, now, since June 2009. The downturn that began in November 2007 therefore lasted 18 months, …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: If Things Are Getting Better, Why Are We So Miserable? BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

Current Commentary: A 100-Year Promise (Picture Frame Not Included) BY Larry M. Elkin

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Not long ago, I paid $25 at an antiques store to buy an old $1,000 bond that now hangs, framed, in our office in Scarsdale, N.Y. The beautifully engraved bond was issued by the Lehigh Valley Terminal Railway Company, a newly organized subsidiary of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, on Oct. 1, 1891. It recites that the railroad “acknowledges itself indebted …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: A 100-Year Promise (Picture Frame Not Included) BY Larry M. Elkin

Polish Survivors of Auschwitz Remember First Day of Word War II

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Ridgewood, NY, September 1, 2010 —  Polish Catholic survivors ofAuschwitz Walter Kolodziejek and Michael Preisler ( 3rd and 4th from left) were guests of honor at this year’s commemoration of the anniversary of the start of World War II. A memorial mass remembering Hitler’s invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939 was held at St. Matthias Church in Ridgewood, N.Y.

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Ed Koch Movie Reviews: “A Film Unfinished” BY Edward I. Koch

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Movie Review:  “A Film Unfinished” (+) August 23, 2010 An unfinished Nazi propaganda movie titled “Das Ghetto” was filmed in theWarsaw Ghetto in 1942. The movie was found among otherNazi propaganda pictures in East Germany, but a soundtrack was never located.

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Ed Koch Commentary: Citizens Recall and Be Guided by The Letter of President George Washington to The Jews of Rhode Island. It Applies to The Muslims of New York. BY Edward I. Koch

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New York, NY, August 16, 2010 President Obama was right to express his views on constructing a mosque near Ground Zero, the site of the 9/11 catastrophe, “As a citizen and as President, I believe that Muslims have the same right to practice their religion as everyone else in this country.  And that includes the right to build a place …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Citizens Recall and Be Guided by The Letter of President George Washington to The Jews of Rhode Island. It Applies to The Muslims of New York. BY Edward I. Koch