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Following this weeks Jihadist attack in London, and last months Boston Marathon bombings, today thousands of athletes have joined victims of the Boston Marathon bombings to run and walk the last mile of the race, reclaiming the triumph of crossing the finish line. About 3,000 runners and bombing victims gathered in light rain today to run the final mile… Read more »

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The FBI are placing intense pressure on Katherine Russell, the widow of one of the Boston Marathon bombers. The main area of their investigation is trying to piece together what she knew? Was she part of the plot or not? According to reports Federal agents follow the widow of Tamerlan Tsarnaev in unmarked vehicles when… Read more »

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News that the Boston Bomber shared mocking LOL texts with his friends just goes to prove the level of evil these young suspects indulged in. Boston Bomber suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnev texted “LOL” – Laughing out loud – to a pal after he was told him he looked like one of the suspects. That friend was… Read more »

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North Korea’s Kim Jung Un – stable is pounding his war drums even louder and warning that he has authorized plans for nuclear strikes on targets in the United States. “The moment of explosion is approaching fast,” the North Korean military said, warning that war could break out “today or tomorrow”. The fearless leader is now… Read more »

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New Yorkers and many dignitaries braved the cold to gather at Temple Emanu-El on Fifth Avenue to attend Mayor Ed Koch’s funeral.     In addition to his family, Ed Koch was eulogized by Mayor Bloomberg and  President Bill Clinton.  In attendance, there was Senator Schumer, former Senator D’Amato, Christine Quinn, Charlie Rangel, former Mayor… Read more »

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Koch loved New York and believed it was the only place to be.  Koch said “Have you ever lived in the suburbs? … It’s sterile. It’s nothing. It’s wasting your life, and people do not wish to waste their lives once they’ve seen New York! … This rural American thing — I’m telling you, it’s… Read more »

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On December 14th, an unspeakable tragedy occurred in Newtown, Conneticut. Twenty-six people, including twenty children, were massacred by a lone gunman. As so often happens when a tragedy occurs, people rush to figure out how to prevent something similar from happening again. One possible method of prevention is tighter gun control laws. Of course, putting tighter… Read more »

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My father yells ‘What you gonna do with your life?’ Oh daddy dear, you know you’re still number one But girls, they want to have fun Oh girls just want to have fun . . . Cyndi Lauper’s breakaway hit had a hook that never left you—it echoed through your brain until you couldn’t bear… Read more »

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…that He might make you know that man does not live by bread alone… —Deuteronomy 8:3 Last week, I addressed Bloomberg’s proposed soda ban. After stewing on the issue for the past several days, I realized I had even more to say… There are many compelling reasons for the government to try to get people… Read more »

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When a person commits a sin and repeats it, it becomes permitted for him. Does it really become permitted to him? Rather for him it becomes permitted.  —Babylonian Talmud Michael Bloomberg recently announced that he wanted to ban soft drinks that were larger than thirty-two ounces. Public reaction was extremely negative, and he was dubbed… Read more »