WARNING: A Title Wave of Money Is Rolling Across the Country Toward Us to Buy Your Vote in Congressional District 16
By CHRIS FINK

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I, Chris Fink, Candidate for Congressional District 16 am NOT for Sale PELHAM, NY — June 5, 2020 — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) donors from  outside  Congressional District 16 have  announced plans  to spend $500,000 in ads  to elect  Jamaal  Bowman. It’s  time  to stop outsiders  from  controlling our Congressmembers  with their fat  checkbooks and self interests.  Visit  chrisfinkforcongress.com  to see  …

eHeziWARNING: A Title Wave of Money Is Rolling Across the Country Toward Us to Buy Your Vote in Congressional District 16
By CHRIS FINK

Yonkers Police Benevolent Association Endorses Former Public Defender Karen Best for Yonkers City Court Judge

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Statement from Administrative Law Judge Karen Best “The symbolism of Lady Justice and her balanced scales represents impartiality and the obligation to weigh the evidence presented to the court. As a former public defender with the Legal Aid Society of Westchester County, for years I worked in Yonkers City Court. As an attorney, I advocated for my client’s rights, which …

eHeziYonkers Police Benevolent Association Endorses Former Public Defender Karen Best for Yonkers City Court Judge

Say It Ain’t So, Roe
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — June 4, 2020 — Both sides of the abortion debate were stunned recently when a new documentary on the life of Norma McCorvey claimed to reveal that the late pro-life activist’s renunciation of her prior work in favor of legalized abortion was disingenuous.  McCorvey, the pseudonymous plaintiff “Jane Roe” in Roe v. Wade,  spent the final decades …

TribuneSay It Ain’t So, Roe
By PAUL F. PETRICK, Esq.

DiverseCity Times: 8 Minutes 46 Seconds
By DEBORAH MARTIN OWENS, Esq.

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“We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed.” ~ II Corinthians 4:8-9 NEW YORK, NY — June 4, 2020 — For the last week, and quite frankly for centuries, black people have been reliving trauma that is anciently familiar, collectively burdensome and exhausting. It’s a …

TribuneDiverseCity Times: 8 Minutes 46 Seconds
By DEBORAH MARTIN OWENS, Esq.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In Support of Mimi Rocah for Westchester County District Attorney
By CHRISTOPHER P. CONNIFF, Esq.

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  BRONXVILLE, NY — June 4, 2020 — I am writing in support of Mimi Rocah’s campaign for the democratic nomination for Westchester County District Attorney.  Mimi and I have been friends for twenty years, since we both served as federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York and I cannot think of a more qualified or better person …

TribuneLETTER TO THE EDITOR: In Support of Mimi Rocah for Westchester County District Attorney
By CHRISTOPHER P. CONNIFF, Esq.

A New Day: Civil Rights Moment and Young People
By IVY REEVES

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The Next Unsung Heroes  “A riot is the language of the unheard”  ~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King YONKERS, NY— June 3, 2020 — Last week, Mr. George Floyd, a 46-year-old man, was murdered by a Minnesota police officer as he kneeled on his neck. We later found out that there were two other police officers kneeling on his back …

eHeziA New Day: Civil Rights Moment and Young People
By IVY REEVES

Jordan’s West Bank Pre-Occupation
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — June 3, 2020 —   Recent news of Jordanian threats to reconsider or even sever ties with Israel over possible plans to annex areas of Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank”) call for a deeper understanding of the background and issues surrounding it. Recently, King Abdullah II was quoted in a German publication, “If Israel annexed the West Bank …

Jonathan FeldsteinJordan’s West Bank Pre-Occupation
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Labor Monopsony and the Need to Resurrect Labor Market Institutions
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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NEWARK, NJ — June 1, 2020 — Over the last few decades we have seen a tendency in many cases not to enforce anti-trust laws, which were designed to break up monopolies in restraint of free trade. The argument has been that the development of big box stores and/or chains, even if it does reduce competition in the marketplace, has …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanLabor Monopsony and the Need to Resurrect Labor Market Institutions
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

New York Attorney General James Calls for Minnesota Attorney General Ellison to be Appointed Special Prosecutor to Investigate Death of George Floyd

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NY AG Serves as Special Prosecutor in Some Instances of Police-Involved Civilian Deaths NEW YORK, NY — May 31, 2020 — New York Attorney General Letitia James on May 29, 2020 called on Minnesota Governor Tim Walz to immediately appoint Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison as a special prosecutor to investigate the death of George Floyd. In New York, Attorney …

eHeziNew York Attorney General James Calls for Minnesota Attorney General Ellison to be Appointed Special Prosecutor to Investigate Death of George Floyd

The Battle of Covadonga: A “Mustard Seed” of Christian Liberation from Muslim Rule is Planted in Spain on May 28, 722
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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Thirteen-hundred years ago, on May 28, 722,* a little known but profoundly important battle was waged, setting the tone for the next eight hundred years of Christian/Muslim “coexistence” in Spain: the Battle of Covadonga. * Although scholarly consensus currently supports the date of May 28, 722, earlier historians placed the date of the battle to 718. Ten years earlier, Arabs …

Raymond IbrahimThe Battle of Covadonga: A “Mustard Seed” of Christian Liberation from Muslim Rule is Planted in Spain on May 28, 722
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM