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to depose Euwe as president of FIDE. In 2003, he published ''Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule Of Judges'', an American Enterprise Institute book which includes Bork's philosophical objections to the phenomenon of incorporating international ethical and legal guidelines into the fabric of domestic law. In particular, he focuses on the problems he sees as inherent in the federal judiciary of three nations, Israel, Canada, and the United States, countries where he believes the courts have grossly exceeded their discretionary powers, and which have discarded precedent and common law, and in their place substituted their own liberal judgment. Outside Canada, Israel added a device similar to the notwithstanding clause to its Basic Law (Basic Laws of Israel) in 1992. This power, however, could be used only in respect to "freedom of occupation (Right to work)". Nelson is the home of a popular contradance; the event is held in Nelson's town hall each Monday night. The Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music, a classical (european classical music) chamber music group which attempts to bring members of cultures in conflict (such as Israelis and Palestinians (Palestinian territories)) closer together through music, is also in Nelson. * Chase Blackburn (born 1983), linebacker for the New York Giants and a member of the Super Bowl XLII champion Giants. "Football players make a difference at NFL Alumni's Charity Golf Classic", June 21, 2010. "'Our time in the league typically doesn't last too long but the impact we can make sure can,' said Blackburn, who drove up from Paramus, New Jersey." * Galit Chait (born 1975), ice dancer who represented Israel internationally from 1995 to 2006. Wilner, Barry via Associated Press. "BOUNDARIES MELT AS SKATING PAIR UNITES", ''Rocky Mountain News'', January 12, 1992. Accessed February 8, 2011. "Galit Chait, a 16-year-old from Paramus, N.J., and Maxim Sevostianov of Cheljabinsk, Russia, weren't close to the best dancers at the event. They were among the most intriguing." * Joseph Coniglio (born 1943), former member of the New Jersey Senate. Whelan, Jeff S. "Former state Sen. Coniglio indicted on corruption charges", ''The Star-Ledger'', February 14, 2008. Accessed February 8, 2011. "Coniglio, a Bergen County Democrat, allegedly helped Hackensack University Medical Center obtain millions of dollars in state funding in exchange for a $5,000 per month-job as a 'hospital relations' consultant, according to the indictment. The 65-year-old retired plumber from Paramus had no prior experience for such a job, authorities said." Sister City * Commons:Category:Israel Wikipedia:Israel Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel


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Virtue: The Worldwide Rule Of Judges'', an American Enterprise Institute book which includes Bork's philosophical objections to the phenomenon of incorporating international ethical and legal guidelines into the fabric of domestic law. In particular, he focuses on the problems he sees as inherent in the federal judiciary of three nations, Israel, Canada, and the United States, countries where he believes the courts have grossly exceeded their discretionary powers, and which have discarded


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