Confronting the possibility of rising retaliatory violence between Jews and Palestinians, the Israeli authorities arrested six Israelis on Sunday in the killing of a Palestinian teenager, found beaten and burned in a Jerusalem forest last week.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton Leadership Series Thursday, May 1 Doors Open 12:15pm | Program 12:30pm ADVANCE RSVP REQUIRED $125 Current TCG Sponsors | $175 Non-Member Guests As the largest city in the United States, New York faces serious threats on a daily basis. Join us Thursday, May 1 to speak with the man charged with protecting our […]
Prospective TCG speaker, New York police commissioner William Bratton announced his plans to improve collaborative efforts between the department’s operations and those of Los Angeles and New Jersey, in addition to the Federal Bureau of Investigation to advance the effectiveness of the NYPD. NEWSMAX / Judith Miller reports: “In his maiden speech as New York’s […]
Political pundit Peter Beinart publishes in HAARETZ his critique of John Kerry’s shift in Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations towards slowing independence for Palestine. HAARETZ / Peter Beinart: “As John Kerry’s bid to broker Israeli-Palestinian peace approaches its moment of truth, you can sense the desperation among liberal Zionists. “Kerry’s mission is the last train to a […]
Todd Purdum Democracy Series Wednesday, April 2 Doors Open 12:15pm | Program 12:30pm On the fiftieth anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act, acclaimed Vanity Fair and Politico journalist Todd Purdum releases what Doris Kearns Goodwin calls a “brilliantly rendered and emotionally powerful” account of one of the most important pieces of legislation passed in the 20th Century. Please join The Common […]
TCG Member and financial expert Joseph Fichera published a piece in Bloomberg News on questioning the debt settlement for the city of Detroit. Are the people of Detroit getting a fair shake? Excerpt: BLOOMBERG NEWS / Joseph Fichera: “The judge overseeing Detroit’s bankruptcy has rejected a $165 million settlement between the city and the banks […]
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