Herbert W. Stupp

Herbert W. Stupp was Commissioner of the NYC Department for the Aging under Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and was appointed by the Reagan and Bush 41 administrations as a Federal regional administrator.

The Man Who Had Obama’s Number

 

Although he’s run for governor and state comptroller in New York, appeared frequently on radio and television, and authored or edited more than 30 acclaimed books, Herb London remains a somewhat underappreciated renaissance man. At 19, Dr. London recorded a song that became a Top-40 rock ’n’ roll hit, and in his mid-teens, he led the Jamaica High School basketball team to the New York City championship.

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Hitler and Gun Control

 

Gun Control in the Third Reich: Disarming the Jews and “Enemies of the State” By Stephen P. Halbrook (The Independent Institute, 280 pages, $22.95) One of the issues that liberals and gun control advocates are most loath to discuss is how heavily and effectively totalitarians and mass murderers have relied upon gun registration and other […]

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Millennials and the Elderly

 

Disinherited: How Washington Is Betraying America’s Young By Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Jared Meyer (Encounter Books, 152 pages, $17.99) Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Jared Meyer are, respectively, a senior fellow and policy analyst with the Manhattan Institute. They make a generally strong, articulate, pithy, and well-researched case in Disinherited that liberal policy makers from Washington to City […]

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