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When I first ventured into journalism in the early 1990s, there simply was no way to predict what such a career would be like a quarter-century later. more
We’ve been complacent. We thought everybody knew how important a free press was to our world, and that all this talk about us being the enemy of the people would be dismissed for the silliness that it is. more
I’m taking some time off from writing about lowlifes like “Crooked Hillary,” Bill “The Rapist” (I mean “Alleged Rapist”), and Maxine “The Meshugenah” Waters; and about such national issues as the invasion of this country by illegal aliens (which is the correct legal terminology for these law breakers), to discuss local politics. more
The recent “Fox & Friends” Twitter poll showed 73 percent of respondents support Medicare for all. Despite (more scientific) prior polling showing similar national support, “Fox & Friends” had likely expected, “Hell, no! Too pricey!” more
Thank you for the front page article about the shortcomings of the new library system Culture Pass, pointing out that only one Bronx cultural institution, Wave Hill, is participating. more
The city council race starts with a conversation. Our streets are one part of that conversation. more
May I suggest that this circumscribed topic of specialized high school assessment tests discussion be expanded? Let’s take a look at yet another admissions test, the SAT, often required for college admissions. more
As expected, on June 18, Bronx Community Board 10 voted against the city’s proposal to construct a state-of-the-art full-scale animal shelter at 2050 Bartow Ave. more
I have been an early childhood educator for three years, teaching children between 12 and 36 months old. more
I was disappointed to read that Community Board 8’s Dan Padernacht will run for city council. more
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