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Largest Cleanup In EPA History Will Protect
People’s Health And Create Jobs



EPA Proposes Plan To Remove Toxic Sediment From The Passaic River (New York, N.Y. – April 11, 2014) In an historic action that will protect people’s health and the environment, and benefit riverfront communities, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today proposed a plan to remove 4.3 million cubic yards of highly contaminated sediment from the lower eight miles […]

Air Force Academy vs. The Constitution



Earlier this month, an Air Force Academy cadet was forced to remove a Bible verse on his personal white board after the Military Religious Freedom Foundation claimed offense. “I have been crucified with Christ, and I no longer live, but Christ live in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by […]

Keeping Financially Fit



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Why Inclusion Is Failing NYC’S
Special Education Students



Out of the 1.1 million students in NYC’s public school system, 160,000 receive some kind of special education services, and enrollment is on the rise. Because those students need additional services, the cost of educating them is at least double of the cost for regular students. Those who pick up the tab—federal, state and local […]

Last Chance For Europe In Ukraine



When Yugoslavia collapsed in 1991, the EU proclaimed that the “hour of Europe” had arrived. Unfortunately, the lofty proclamation was followed not by decisive action, but by policy paralysis and political bickering, with tragic human consequences. Today, Ukraine offers the EU a rare second chance to redeem itself. The Ukrainian crisis is the greatest challenge […]

Pilsudski Institute Searching For A New Place



The year 2013 is shaping up as one of many successes, but also one of unpleasant surprises concerning our Institute. At the end of the year we were informed that the building where we have been located for the last twenty years will be put up for sale by the owner, the Polish National Alliance. […]

New York City O.K.’s “Pope John Paul II Way”



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Devils, Rangers, And Islanders
To Skate At Yankee Stadium



The wonder and magic of playing hockey outdoors has come to Yankee Stadium as the NHL has expanded the one game Winter Classic on New Years’ Day to a stadium series that has gotten the entire country involved. The success of the Winter Classic is no surprise as fans and teams wanted the chance to […]

Restored Tadeusz Kosciuszko Monument Rededicated



MILWAUKEE – Despite a snowfall Monday, November 14th, local officials gathered for the rededication of the newly restored monument of the Polish-born American Revolutionary War hero Gen. Tadeusz Kosciuszko. The statue of the general upon his horse is located in Kosciuszko Park at West Lincoln Avenue and Ninth Place. The noon ceremony featured a rededication […]

Blessed John Paul II Parish Celebrates



  On October 19th, Blessed John Paul II Parish in Perth Amboy, NJ celebrated its first birthday. This  was a very special feast because this parish is the only parish in the whole diocese named after Blessed John Paul II. The parish is led by the redemptorist priests (Fr. Waldemar Latkowski is the pastor) who work […]