Weir Only Human: Organized Crime – Government Style BY Bob Weir

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The textbook definition of robbery is the taking of something of value from another by the use of force. Now, how many of you willingly give about half of your earnings each year to the government? If you’re like most people, you probably feel that you’re paying way too much for an assortment of taxes that range from federal to …

eHeziWeir Only Human: Organized Crime – Government Style BY Bob Weir

Ed Koch Commentary: Tolerance Must Be a Two-Way Street BY Edward I. Koch

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What should we do to deal with people like Pastor Terry Jones who threaten to burn the Koran? Having the President and other members of the administration publicly and privately plead with them, as was the case with Jones, is foolish and, indeed, counterproductive.  Never reward bad behavior.  When this current dingbat Jones is out of the limelight, we can …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Tolerance Must Be a Two-Way Street BY Edward I. Koch

The Hezitorial: The Price of Seduction BY Hezi Aris

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Yonkers, NY — The assertions and subsequent confirmation by Yonkers City Hall of not billing Yonkers City Council Majority Leader Patricia McDow for parking /  storing her BMW sedan within the Buena Vista Parking structure managed by the Yonkers Parking Authority (YPA) demands further introspection. The first telling of the acid-tongued bloggers’ assertions were revealed in a June 28, 2010, …

eHeziThe Hezitorial: The Price of Seduction BY Hezi Aris

Stop The Pork Lawsuit Wins Round, Goes to Court of Appeals By Richard Cooper

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This posting was first published Ground Report. Republished with express permission of Author Richard Cooper. The Stop The Pork lawsuit to compel New York State government to end its corporate welfare spending has won a round on appeal and will be able to be considered by New York's highest court, the Court of Appeals.  The plaintiffs contend that this loans and grants …

eHeziStop The Pork Lawsuit Wins Round, Goes to Court of Appeals By Richard Cooper

Marist Poll Report Issued September 24, 2010

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Cuomo Leads Paladino by 19 Percentage Points Among Likely Voters In the race for New York governor, Democrat Andrew Cuomo receives the support of 52% oflikely voters statewide compared with 33% for Republican Carl Paladino. Rick Lazio, on theConservative line, garners the support of 9% of likely voters. 6% are unsure.

eHeziMarist Poll Report Issued September 24, 2010

Yonkers Democratic City Committee Supports Andrea Stewart-Cousins for Re-Election

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Yonkers, NY, September 23, 2010 — Yesterday evening, the Yonkers Democratic City Committee affirmed its support for the slate of Democratic candidates that will be anchored by State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins.  Having formally endorsed Stewart-Cousins as the petitioning period began, the Yonkers Democratic City Committee elected its leadership last night, and urged their members to commit all of their efforts …

eHeziYonkers Democratic City Committee Supports Andrea Stewart-Cousins for Re-Election

Yonkers Police Department Blotter – September 23, 2010 BY Det. Sgt. Patrick McCormack

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Yonkers, NY, September 23, 2010 –On 09-22-10 at approximately 9:28 p.m., 3rd Precinct units responded to 100 Highland Avenue on a report of a robbery.  Two 16 year old male area residents related that they were walking near Post Street and Elliot Avenue when they were followed by two black male suspects, who were both described as approximately 16 years …

eHeziYonkers Police Department Blotter – September 23, 2010 BY Det. Sgt. Patrick McCormack

Libertarians Fight to Break Cycle of Battered Gay Voter Syndrome

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Washington, DC, September 23, 2010 — “Like abused spouses who keep returning to their aggressors, gay voters keep handing their votes to the Democrats who abuse them, asserts Libertarian Party Chairman Mark Hinkle 

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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®