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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

JV Editorial

New York City Mayor Michael BloombergJust when the good citizens of the Big Apple thought that their mayor simply could not out do himself in terms of his propensity for giving to others; for imparting his resources in the name of higher cause, it turns out that Mayor Michael Bloomberg has done just that. His recent landmark donation of $350 million to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (his beloved alma mater) will go down in the annals of philanthropic rectitude as it marks a historic lifetime donation to the school of over $1 billion. No other person on planet earth has ever donated an amount of this size to a US university.

As New Yorkers, what lessons can we learn from this stellar paradigm of largesse? As we know, Mayor Bloomberg came from humble beginnings and was

As we know, Flavius Josephus, the legendary Jewish first century historian was not exactly a paradigm of fealty to his people, to say the least.

During the Roman occupation of the land of Israel, Josephus engaged in an epochal betrayal of his fellow Jews in the hour of their greatest crisis. Having been entrusted by the Jewish leaders in Jerusalem with the commission of governor-general of the Galilee, he often served as a middle man; trying to squelch the righteous hostilities of the Jews

Senator Chuck Hagel.Seems that US Senator Charles of New York no longer has “concerns” about Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel’s (R) record on Iran and Israel, despite the dubious nature of the nominee’s previous remarks. On Monday, Schumer met with Hagel and said that he “received assurances” directly from the horse’s mouth that he would do “whatever it takes” to stop Tehran from obtaining nuclear weapons, including the use of military force. Schumer also stated that pertaining to Israel, “Senator Hagel assured me

Governer Andrew Cuomo.Since the horrifying and profoundly tragic shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut that left 20 children and six adults dead, our nation finds itself in an seemingly endless imbroglio over the matter of gun control.

Many elected officials have weighed in on the emotionally charged issue and Vice President Biden has been delegated with the task of examining modalities to reduce gun violence.

Last week, in his State of the State address, New York State Governor

Former Vice President Al Gore has made headlines once again; although this time around it was sans his arguably polemical rhetoric about an environmental apocalypse due “climate change” which, of course, according to him, is driven by sleazy corporate avarice and their flagrant disregard for the toxins they produce.

Nor did he take the bully pulpit to sternly admonish us about avoiding a perilous fiscal escarpment through the imposition of higher taxes for the wealth creators. Taking a