Today’s Attacks In Downtown Manhattan

There are those who are hopeless and helpless and who have no real regard for their lives or for others. Deep inside they believe they can never really have the things they want and have no path to the things they crave. So their response is to lash-out at those who have what they wish they could themselves possess and enjoy. And the Internet has been a key asset for such people. Whether it’s terrorism, or nastiness, or bullying and verbal attacks and smears, the world is filled with the unfulfilled, and they have rage and envy toward the rest of us and express it online and with violence.

Too bad those who live in the shadows of society, those who operate on the dark and angry sides of life, those who can’t add good, and productivity, and positiveness, and charity to the world, can’t just leave the rest of us the heck alone.

Neil S. Siskind, Esq., President
The Siskind Law Firm
Tel: 646.530.0006

Neil Siskind is the Founder & Chairman of The Fatherhood Assignment
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Learn more at:  http://www.neil-siskind-the-fatherhood-assignment.org/

Neil Siskind is the Conservator of the Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve
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The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve is over 7 acres of environmentally-pristine waterfront land in a magnificent setting along New York’s majestic Hudson River. The Preserve includes a variety of species of animal and plant life, and is a precious example of the thoughtful maintenance of New York’s priceless open spaces. The land’s uses are limited to outdoor recreation such as hiking and climbing, and the study of ecology, nature and land use. The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve allows for the intelligent contemplation of our valuable natural resources and the most effective ways to maximize them and keep them protected.

Neil Siskind, Founder, “National Fatherhood Day” – March 29th

Neil-Siskind-pics
To encourage recognition of the needs of boys and girls who are living without fathers or father-figures in their lives.

Read about the non-profits and charities whose missions Neil Siskind supports and promotes: www.neilsiskindsupports.com
Caring is Free®

You can read what clients and associates say about Neil Siskind at: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-bio/.

Neil Siskind’s Volunteer Work:

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Volunteer

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, My Fundraiser- Help Neil Siskind help children with cancer to be more comfortable: http://mskcc.convio.net/site/TR?px=3182108&fr_id=2632&pg=personal

– Make-A Wish Foundation- Help Neil Siskind make sick children’s wishes come true by creating your own fundraiser: Neil-Siskind/Help-Make-A-Child-Smile.htm

– DonorsChoose.org- Donate to one of my needy public classrooms: http://www.donorschoose.org/NeilSiskindGiving

– Champion Children– We seek to inspire people through stories of children who have overcome challenges: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-champion-children/


Neil Siskind’s Pro Bono
Work:

– Saving Senior Citizens- Protecting New York’s senior citizens from fraud and financial abuse www.savingseniorcitizens.com

– Senior FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put senior citizens in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– Veteran FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– In development: The Neil S. Siskind School of Hope: A free school to teach inner-city youths the skills of entrepreneurship and importance of economic self-sufficiency.

Neil Siskind’s Government Work:

– Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Boston, MA, 1994, Intern
– Office of Senator Christopher J. Dodd, Newington, CT, 1992, Intern
– Hartford County Department of Probation, Hartford, CT, 1991, Intern

Neil Siskind’s Community Assistance:

Financed & operated a legal clinic providing low-cost legal services to struggling Long Islanders during the recession to help clients resolve debt, organize finances, and launch new businesses.

Neil Siskind’s Professional Curriculum Vitae: http://neilsiskind.com/

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Who Cares About Russia And Facebook?

Russia can advertise its positions in many places to reach people besides on Facebook- especially using Google. The Internet is limitless. The problem can never be managed. Horrible people are all over the Internet saying horrible things all the time.

But, moreover, there is not one political ad that could have, or that could ever, change my vote from a Democrat candidate to a Republican one, or from a Republican to a Democrat. I would never believe an ad, as opposed to what candidates, themselves, say on their own websites, in debates, and in campaign rallies. If a political ad on the Internet said that Hillary pardoned a terrorist, it would not have made me vote for Trump if I was a Hillary supporter, or if an ad on the Internet said that Trump supports child slave labor it would not have made me vote for Hillary if I was a Trump supporter. Nothing can make me vote for anyone except my own brain and my candidates’ own words.

Neil S. Siskind, Esq., President
The Siskind Law Firm
Tel: 646.530.0006

Neil Siskind is the Founder & Chairman of The Fatherhood Assignment
Neil-Siskind-photo
Learn more at:  http://www.neil-siskind-the-fatherhood-assignment.org/

Neil Siskind is the Conservator of the Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve
Neil-Siskind-Picture

The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve is over 7 acres of environmentally-pristine waterfront land in a magnificent setting along New York’s majestic Hudson River. The Preserve includes a variety of species of animal and plant life, and is a precious example of the thoughtful maintenance of New York’s priceless open spaces. The land’s uses are limited to outdoor recreation such as hiking and climbing, and the study of ecology, nature and land use. The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve allows for the intelligent contemplation of our valuable natural resources and the most effective ways to maximize them and keep them protected.

Neil Siskind, Founder, “National Fatherhood Day” – March 29th

Neil-Siskind-pics
To encourage recognition of the needs of boys and girls who are living without fathers or father-figures in their lives.

Read about the non-profits and charities whose missions Neil Siskind supports and promotes: www.neilsiskindsupports.com
Caring is Free®

You can read what clients and associates say about Neil Siskind at: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-bio/.

Neil Siskind’s Volunteer Work:

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Volunteer

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, My Fundraiser- Help Neil Siskind help children with cancer to be more comfortable: http://mskcc.convio.net/site/TR?px=3182108&fr_id=2632&pg=personal

– Make-A Wish Foundation- Help Neil Siskind make sick children’s wishes come true by creating your own fundraiser: Neil-Siskind/Help-Make-A-Child-Smile.htm

– DonorsChoose.org- Donate to one of my needy public classrooms: http://www.donorschoose.org/NeilSiskindGiving

– Champion Children– We seek to inspire people through stories of children who have overcome challenges: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-champion-children/


Neil Siskind’s Pro Bono
Work:

– Saving Senior Citizens- Protecting New York’s senior citizens from fraud and financial abuse www.savingseniorcitizens.com

– Senior FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put senior citizens in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– Veteran FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– In development: The Neil S. Siskind School of Hope: A free school to teach inner-city youths the skills of entrepreneurship and importance of economic self-sufficiency.

Neil Siskind’s Government Work:

– Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Boston, MA, 1994, Intern
– Office of Senator Christopher J. Dodd, Newington, CT, 1992, Intern
– Hartford County Department of Probation, Hartford, CT, 1991, Intern

Neil Siskind’s Community Assistance:

Financed & operated a legal clinic providing low-cost legal services to struggling Long Islanders during the recession to help clients resolve debt, organize finances, and launch new businesses.

Neil Siskind’s Professional Curriculum Vitae: http://neilsiskind.com/

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Here’s What The CNBC People Don’t Tell You About Interest Rates, By Neil Siskind

 

The commentators on CNBC programs discuss how stocks are a better investment than bonds, even if interest rates rise modestly, since stocks have been doing so well and the economy is, somewhat, strong. They explain that rates at higher levels still leave room for stocks to look good relative to bonds based on investor demand for returns that are better than bond returns.

But, here’s what the commentators hardly ever explain: A rise in interest rates make businesses’ costs of capital and debt service higher, and, thus, their operating costs higher, and, thus, their earnings lower- by definition. Increased costs of capital hit earnings- period. Higher interest rates mean lower profits. So, while stocks still can do better than bonds because people love stocks right now, stocks can only keep doing well if the underlying businesses keep doing well- i.e. if they can keep borrowing capital at rates that allow them to leverage their businesses and capital in profitable ways. Once they can no longer leverage capital the same, earnings growth slows- and then stock growth can slow.

Stock analysts, traders, and market watchers are only focusing on stocks relative to bonds and what the tipping points are to make one more or less attractive than the other. But they don’t hammer-home- at all -that higher interest rates mean higher business costs and lower business earnings. Cost of capital is inextricably tied to a company’s profit picture. Capital leverage makes and breaks companies.

Stocks may, presently, be better investments than bonds. But, if earnings projections are lowered- and with higher cost of capital they must be (unless a company can show how the additional expense will be offset by other cost reductions or by growth) – stocks become a risk. In general, investors get lower returns from bonds- but that is because the risks in stocks are higher, and risk can bring reward- or not.

In addition, higher interest rates hit consumers, whose wages are already stagnant, and, they, thus, cannot sustain higher borrowing costs. If consumers tighten (in the buying of homes or goods, due to increased costs of debt), so, too, will the spending and earnings of the companies at which they shop.

A slight change in interest rates affects consumers, businesses, and stocks, because the borrowing of capital will decline- or result in a lower return on capital, spending can decline, and then growth will decline. It’s simple mathematics. Financial media commentators, traders, and T.V. personalities speak regularly about historically low interest rates and historically low P/E ratios to justify stock prices- but they never simply explain how if a company pays more for capital on Thursday than it did on Wednesday, it will affect its profits on Thursday vs. Wednesday. Historical facts and figures are irrelevant to such an analysis. A company with higher costs than it had in the past has a good chance of earning less money than it previously earned, when comparing apples to apples (or quarters to quarters) – historical statistics notwithstanding. A rise in cost of capital may (or should) cause a company to recast its earnings projections and guidance, or show why the new and higher expense will not hit the bottom line or how growth will offset the additional expense- and then prove it out.

By the time market watchers and advisors suggest that bond returns may finally have become more competitive with stocks and suggest you make a rotation, it’s too late. Businesses have already been paying higher costs of capital for months as rates slowly rose, which will, likely, or potentially, be reflected in their forthcoming earnings- and you, the average retail investor, will be too late to respond in a profitable manner. Your stocks might be lower while bond yields have gone lower, too, due to piling-in.

Certain industries, and certain companies within industries, rely more on debt than others, and some, more on short term debt or revolving lines of credit, than others. More generally, some companies just carry more debt on their balance sheets than others and some companies take on more adjustable rate debt than others. As interest rates rise, an investor needs to evaluate the effects on any potential investments and on any existing company stocks in their portfolios. One can not just sit back and wait for bond yields to rise.

Stock indices can go higher in a rising rate environment. Businesses, certainly, can grow even with higher interest rates. But, investors need to understand that their analyses of investments must include (among many other things) analyses of the present and future costs of capital to consumers and businesses; if analyses including these things lead to a stock investment, great- but it is a more in-depth analysis than just looking at bond yields and deciding to continue to buy or hold stocks because of the higher returns that stocks have provided in the past. That is how one gets into trouble.

 

Neil S. Siskind, Esq., President
The Siskind Law Firm
Tel: 646.530.0006

Neil Siskind is the Founder & Chairman of The Fatherhood Assignment
Neil-Siskind-photo
Learn more at:  http://www.neil-siskind-the-fatherhood-assignment.org/

Neil Siskind is the Conservator of the Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve
Neil-Siskind-Picture

The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve is over 7 acres of environmentally-pristine waterfront land in a magnificent setting along New York’s majestic Hudson River. The Preserve includes a variety of species of animal and plant life, and is a precious example of the thoughtful maintenance of New York’s priceless open spaces. The land’s uses are limited to outdoor recreation such as hiking and climbing, and the study of ecology, nature and land use. The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve allows for the intelligent contemplation of our valuable natural resources and the most effective ways to maximize them and keep them protected.

Neil Siskind, Founder, “National Fatherhood Day” – March 29th

Neil-Siskind-pics
To encourage recognition of the needs of boys and girls who are living without fathers or father-figures in their lives.

Read about the non-profits and charities whose missions Neil Siskind supports and promotes: www.neilsiskindsupports.com
Caring is Free®

You can read what clients and associates say about Neil Siskind at: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-bio/.

Neil Siskind’s Volunteer Work:

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Volunteer

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, My Fundraiser- Help Neil Siskind help children with cancer to be more comfortable: http://mskcc.convio.net/site/TR?px=3182108&fr_id=2632&pg=personal

– Make-A Wish Foundation- Help Neil Siskind make sick children’s wishes come true by creating your own fundraiser: Neil-Siskind/Help-Make-A-Child-Smile.htm

– DonorsChoose.org- Donate to one of my needy public classrooms: http://www.donorschoose.org/NeilSiskindGiving

– Champion Children– We seek to inspire people through stories of children who have overcome challenges: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-champion-children/


Neil Siskind’s Pro Bono
Work:

– Saving Senior Citizens- Protecting New York’s senior citizens from fraud and financial abuse www.savingseniorcitizens.com

– Senior FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put senior citizens in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– Veteran FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– In development: The Neil S. Siskind School of Hope: A free school to teach inner-city youths the skills of entrepreneurship and importance of economic self-sufficiency.

Neil Siskind’s Government Work:

– Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Boston, MA, 1994, Intern
– Office of Senator Christopher J. Dodd, Newington, CT, 1992, Intern
– Hartford County Department of Probation, Hartford, CT, 1991, Intern

Neil Siskind’s Community Assistance:

Financed & operated a legal clinic providing low-cost legal services to struggling Long Islanders during the recession to help clients resolve debt, organize finances, and launch new businesses.

Neil Siskind’s Professional Curriculum Vitae: http://neilsiskind.com/

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Neil S. Siskind’s Center for the Dignity of Children

Neil S. Siskind’s Center for the Dignity of Children is in development. The Center will be headquarters for Neil S. Siskind’s existing and newly-developed organizations and services for the protection, guidance, and welfare of children with physical and mental challenges, and disadvantages at home and in society. The Center will be 100% funded by Neil S. Siskind and will include:

 

The Truth About Lies: The Communications Decency Act Legalized Lying And Destroyed The Public Trust

While television, newspaper, magazine, and book publishers have always had legal and ethical responsibilities to print the “truth” (or to make clear that something is being set forth as an opinion, or as a fiction, if the piece is of such a nature- in which case, a person still has recourse against a publisher for libelous comments), section 230 of The Communications Decency Act (herein, the “CDA”) protects online service providers from actions against them based on publication of any false content by a third party on their websites or in their forums, which content is being presented as fact, stating in part that:

“No provider … of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider”.

Effectively, this section immunizes both ISPs and Internet forums and social media companies from liability for torts committed by users of their websites or online forums based upon the content published thereon by such users- but which is not created by the website or forum owner itself. The CDA has helped create billionaires, including at Facebook, Google, AOL, Yelp, and many other companies that generate significant revenues by advertising around third-party content they publish, regardless of its veracity.

Legislators are now analyzing and proposing the regulation of social media companies to have them acknowledge and address their social obligations to check, on some level, for truth of content.

People have been lying about businesses on Yelp, and on TripAdvisor, and on other business forums, for years. There are hardly any vetting processes for veracity at all in these forums. But, outcries and outrage by legislators are only now beginning to be voiced, despite businesses suffering for years from “Fake News”. Why?; because now it is affecting “them”. If regulations are going to be placed on social media (and quasi-political) websites such as Facebook, then regulations should be placed on the activities and operations of business review forums, too.

The CDA is materially responsible for having destroyed our trust in our communities and in our society-at-large. It made lying legal- and, since negative and scandalous content leads to readers, which leads to ad sales, which means revenues- it also made it very profitable for websites and Internet and social media companies to allow it- if not encourage it.

And now, an even greater adversary to trust and truth is on the rise- a service that tells us- by its very name- that it is a lie- “Augmented Reality”. So now, not only won’t we be able to believe what we read– we won’t be able to believe what we see, either. If regulations on websites and forums are to be increased (which should begin with the repeal of section 230 of the CDA), what impact, if any, will such regulations have on the truthfulness of “images”?

Regardless of any future regulations of any content, whether it be of words or of images, we can be sure that, because of the Internet and what the CDA has permitted to occur to date, we will never again be able to definitively distinguish truth from fantasy with regard to information published online. No new laws or regulations can substitute for what has already been lost forever … our trust of each other and of our social, media, and political systems.

 

Neil S. Siskind, Esq., President
The Siskind Law Firm
Tel: 646.530.0006

Neil Siskind is the Founder & Chairman of The Fatherhood Assignment
Neil-Siskind-photo
Learn more at:  http://www.neil-siskind-the-fatherhood-assignment.org/

Neil Siskind is the Conservator of the Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve
Neil-Siskind-Picture

The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve is over 7 acres of environmentally-pristine waterfront land in a magnificent setting along New York’s majestic Hudson River. The Preserve includes a variety of species of animal and plant life, and is a precious example of the thoughtful maintenance of New York’s priceless open spaces. The land’s uses are limited to outdoor recreation such as hiking and climbing, and the study of ecology, nature and land use. The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve allows for the intelligent contemplation of our valuable natural resources and the most effective ways to maximize them and keep them protected.

Neil Siskind, Founder, “National Fatherhood Day” – March 29th

Neil-Siskind-pics
To encourage recognition of the needs of boys and girls who are living without fathers or father-figures in their lives.

Read about the non-profits and charities whose missions Neil Siskind supports and promotes: www.neilsiskindsupports.com
Caring is Free®

You can read what clients and associates say about Neil Siskind at: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-bio/.

Neil Siskind’s Volunteer Work:

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Volunteer

– Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, My Fundraiser- Help Neil Siskind help children with cancer to be more comfortable: http://mskcc.convio.net/site/TR?px=3182108&fr_id=2632&pg=personal

– Make-A Wish Foundation- Help Neil Siskind make sick children’s wishes come true by creating your own fundraiser: Neil-Siskind/Help-Make-A-Child-Smile.htm

– DonorsChoose.org- Donate to one of my needy public classrooms: http://www.donorschoose.org/NeilSiskindGiving

– Champion Children– We seek to inspire people through stories of children who have overcome challenges: http://siskindlawfirm.com/neil-siskind-champion-children/


Neil Siskind’s Pro Bono
Work:

– Saving Senior Citizens- Protecting New York’s senior citizens from fraud and financial abuse www.savingseniorcitizens.com

– Senior FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put senior citizens in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– Veteran FreeStart Business– Pro Bono: We seek to help put Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans in the right direction so that they can face the challenges of the modern economy: http://siskindlawfirm.com/free-start-business/

– In development: The Neil S. Siskind School of Hope: A free school to teach inner-city youths the skills of entrepreneurship and importance of economic self-sufficiency.

Neil Siskind’s Government Work:

– Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Boston, MA, 1994, Intern
– Office of Senator Christopher J. Dodd, Newington, CT, 1992, Intern
– Hartford County Department of Probation, Hartford, CT, 1991, Intern

Neil Siskind’s Community Assistance:

Financed & operated a legal clinic providing low-cost legal services to struggling Long Islanders during the recession to help clients resolve debt, organize finances, and launch new businesses.

Neil Siskind’s Professional Curriculum Vitae: http://neilsiskind.com/

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Neil Siskind’s Poetry

Ahoy And Farewell
by Neil Siskind

 

Ship ahoy!
Her horn she blows
she turns my way
the skipper rose

Her bow approached
but then it veered
away from me
at last, she steered

The ocean, vast
though once felt small
the charted course
then lost for all

Two ships near merged
but passed at sea
one ship was her
the other- me

The Devil Above Las Vegas

The Devil Above Las Vegas
by Neil S. Siskind


Paper thin, eggshell-like,
tread light, ‘cause such is life.
A fright from the sky- something not quite right catches a concertgoer’s eye,
rain, rain- but not the same,
it had the purpose neither to cleanse nor to nourish,
it was deranged-
and caused the pain that the innocents sustained.

Raving mad,
the very essence and definition of bad,
a most desperate and depraved and despicable plan could hardly originate in a sensible man,
evil as loud as the crowd and the music,
this hell was set high up, but it was surely not heaven,
the evil act proves it-
only the Devil himself could choose it.

Neil Siskind’s Poetry

The Devil Above Las Vegas
by Neil S. Siskind


Paper thin, eggshell-like,
tread light, ‘cause such is life.
A fright from the sky- something not quite right catches a concertgoer’s eye,
rain, rain- but not the same,
it had the purpose neither to cleanse nor to nourish,
it was deranged-
and caused the pain that the innocents sustained.

Raving mad,
the very essence and definition of bad,
a most desperate and depraved and despicable plan could hardly originate in a sensible man,
evil as loud as the crowd and the music,
this hell was set high up, but it was surely not heaven,
the evil act proves it-
only the Devil could choose it.

A Vital Legal Fact About Athletes And The National Anthem

Police procedures and regulations fall under, and are created pursuant to, state laws. Police brutality laws (like all assault-related laws) and prosecutorial discretion, are state, and even county, issues. These things have little to do with the U.S. flag, the national anthem, or the federal government.

States were set up so that each individual can live in the state that engages in activities and operates under laws that the individual prefers. We are a nation of states. While it’s true that all states have to operate within the parameters of the U.S. Constitution, if they are doing so, any “beef” related to problematic police activity and any failure to address law enforcement crime and punishment in a given state, ought to be addressed to that state … and not to the entire nation. The nation can’t go arrest a state (or any person in a state for violating a state law). States have their own constitutions and their own laws and legal systems.

The federal government can get involved in certain state activities if there are civil rights violations, but this is not the issue at hand. The issue is police brutality and state laws and responses to allegations of undue aggression and violence by state and local law enforcement. It has to be addressed to governors, mayors, state legislators, and state and county prosecutors. The federal government can’t get involved in Delaware’s and Rhode Island’s and South Dakota’s local policing activities and all of their respective county prosecutors’ decisions. The system is just not set up this way. Even if it so desired, the federal government simply cannot intercede in states’ or counties’ law enforcement activities or policies or procedures in any way that violates states’ rights and state autonomy.

If athletes want to protest police activities and the failure of government to address and/or punish such activities when necessary, they need to protest against the proper government … which would be the applicable state government.

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About the Author

Neil Siskind is: President of The Siskind Law Firm, focused on product investments, trademark licensing, product distribution, and real estate; Founder & Chairman of The Fatherhood Assignment™, a think tank and advocate for children with absentee fathers; Founder of the global charity marketing initiative, Caring is Free®; Founder of National Fatherhood Day™; Owner & Conservator of The Neil S. Siskind Nature Preserve, over 7 acres of conserved waterfront land along New York’s majestic Hudson River; and author of The Complete Guide To The Ways To Manufacture & Sell Your Products.

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