Letters to the Editor
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As the son of Charles “Chuck” Seidner, I was pleasantly surprised when my mom sent me the article published in The Riverdale Press on March 8 about Loeser’s Deli, one of the great establishments which still operates in this proud traditional community which I grew up in. more
Under the headline “Insurers game Medicare system to boost federal bonus payments,” The Wall Street Journal reported on March 11 a practice called “cross-walking,” where insurance companies routinely shift millions of seniors in lower-rated Medicare Advantage plans to higher-rated plans so that the insurance companies might benefit from subsidies that the federal governments pays to higher-rated plans. more
Very disappointing editorial on the banning of plastic bags! more
In his letter to the editor, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz accuses me of “an incontrovertible falsehood” in an opinion piece I had published on March 22. more
I want to take a moment to recognize all the students from my district and across the country who participated in the recent March for Our Lives. They deserve the thanks of a grateful nation. more
In February, you published my opinion piece in which I accurately excoriated Hillary Clinton. more
We needed it badly. Some sign that our beleaguered democracy was still reparable. And then it came. more
With a number of crippling nor’easters battering our east coast in quick succession, we all looked forward to March 20, the first day of spring, with balmy weather and flowers in bloom. more
I don’t typically respond to every letter or Op-Ed that mentions my name in a critical way. However, I am obliged to correct the incontrovertible falsehood that was mentioned in Jennifer Scarlott’s recent Op-Ed. more
The biggest faker of all is none other than President Donald Trump. more
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