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Correcting History:
How Vietnam Vets Were Embraced



Why is it that the American people rejected our troops who served in Vietnam? We know all about the protests not only against the war, but against those who served. Why were there no demonstrations of support? Why was there no welcome home parade? What if what we know about Americans’ lack of support for […]

NY State Tax Dept. Provides Assistance
In Nearly 80 Non-English Languages



NEW YORK – The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance said today it has helped more than 42,000 taxpayers with limited English proficiency through its free language interpretation services. The Tax Department launched the Language Access Program in October 2012. By the end of the income tax filing season in April of this year, […]

Information Overload:
Memory and Focus Are At Risk



Information overload isn’t new. Starting with the invention of the printing press in the fifteenth century, scholars and scientists have predicted that each new technological advance that made information more widely available would produce an overwhelming flood that would be impossible to manage. Centuries later, according to a report published in 2009 by the University […]

City of Clifton – U.S. Postal Service
Holds Public Information Session



Tuesday, July 29 at 7 pm in Clifton City Hall Clifton, New Jersey – July 22, 2014 – Officer-in-Charge of the Clifton Post Office Octavio Rodriguez and Steven Hernandez, District Manager for the Northern New Jersey Region of the U.S. Postal Service announced today that they will be holding a public information session regarding mail […]

State Parks App For Smartphones



TRENTON, NJ – As part of the Christie Administration’s continuing effort to enhance the experience of state residents and tourists who visit our state parks, forests and historic sites, the Department of Environmental Protection today announced upgrades to a smartphone application aimed to help visitors make the most out of their trips to New Jersey’s […]

New Yorkers Join Maloney In Call For Terrorism
Insurance Extension



NEW YORK – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) and New Yorkers at Ground Zero today called on Congress to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act – a program vital to New York’s economy. With less than 40 days left in Congress’s legislative calendar, quick action is needed to prevent the program’s expiration. “After 9/11 you […]

CEPA’s Edward Lucas Testifies Before
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee



Renewed Focus on European Energy Security WASHINGTON, July 9, 2014 – Yesterday, Edward Lucas, Senior Fellow and Contributing Editor at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Subcommittee on European Affairs. Called to consider the impact that energy imports have on European political decision-making, the subcommittee assessed America’s […]

DEC Reminds New Yorkers of State Law
Restricting Use of Lawn Fertilizers



The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is reminding New Yorkers not to use lawn fertilizers that contain phosphorus. The 2012 Dishwasher Detergent and Nutrient Runoff Law prohibits the use of phosphorus fertilizers unless a new lawn is being established or a soil test shows that the lawn does not have enough phosphorus. […]

New School Religion Law In North Carolina



(June 20, 2014) Bill Donohue welcomes the new school religion law in North Carolina: Yesterday, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law a bill that protects the religious liberty rights of teachers, school personnel, and students. It passed 106-9 in the House, and by a margin of 48-1 in the Senate. Religious freedom, including […]

Poland Rocked By Secret-Tape Scandal



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