Mark Axinn

Three Westchester Republicans to Run as Libertarians

Westchester County Republicans Howard Arden, Matthew Rice and Kerry Lutz filed sufficient petition signatures with the Board of Elections to appear on the November ballot as Libertarian candidates in the Town of North Castle. Arden, a long-time Armonk resident, community volunteer and county businessman, is running for Town Supervisor. Rice and Lutz, both practicing attorneys, …

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NY Court of Appeals Upholds Eminent Domain

From the Institute for Justice:   WEB RELEASE: November 24, 2009 Media Contact: Christina Walsh (703) 682-9320 [Private Property] Arlington, Va.—The New York Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, today announced that it would uphold the decision of the Empire State Development Corporation (ESDC) to condemn privately owned homes and small businesses to make …

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NYC Libertarians submit over 10,000 signatures for 10 Libertarian party candidates!

I was delighted to be a very small part last night in the submission at the Board of Elections of over 10,000 signatures on petitions for 10 candidates of the Libertarian Party in New York City. In addition to three city-wide candidates, we have Borough President and City Council candidates in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan. …

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Notice on rear of Departure Card, People’s Republic of China

Important Notice   1. Aliens who do not lodge at hotels, guesthouses or inns shall, within 24 hours of entry, go through accomodation registration at local police station.   2. Aliens shall not be employed in China without permission of the competent authorities of the Chinese Government.   3. Aliens who reside or stay in …

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Pork lawsuit dismissed

Jim Ostrowski advises as follows: In a brief ruling, Justice Michael Lynch today dismissed the taxpayer lawsuit to end the transfer of as much as two billion dollars in insolvent New York’s money to wealthy private corporations. The decision is published here: http://politicalclassdismissed.com/wp-content/uploads/Decision%20of%20Judge%20Lynch.pdf Essentially, the court held that the state could do an end run …

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