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I am not writing this to support any political candidate. I am writing this as a national letter to all Americans about something that needs to change in our country. more
The first item I read when I turn to your Opinion page is usually a political cartoon by Dale Neseman. more
Steve Siegelbaum’s outrageous letter in your May 1 issue denigrating Israel and defending the “poor Palestinians” cannot go unchallenged. more
Students walked out of their classrooms last March, drawing attention to gun violence and the hundreds of young people killed and injured in their classrooms because of it. more
Baby Boomers are not entitled to $2 trillion. They will explode the deficit, complained lame-duck Speaker of the House Paul Ryan on a recent “Meet the Press” because “Baby Boomers are retiring.” more
In a nightmare scenario, you run in fear from danger, your child is in your arms. You reach safety. You have assumed the safe place is guarded by humane people. more
State Sen. Jeffrey Klein’s failure to show up to the town hall sponsored by Northwest Bronx Indivisible and the League of Women Voters last Sunday was more than just a disappointment to the 110 voters who came to hear the candidates in the Democratic primary for state senate — it was a failure of leadership. more
While the city has developed plans for a $20 million bridge over the Major Deegan Expressway to join the eastern and western sections of Van Cortlandt Park, a protected crossing now exists. more
In response to Avrum Hyman’s April 26 letter, his ire is misdirected. Community boards are advisory, and are not empowered to compel action by a city agency. more
Journalistically speaking, I don’t usually see much wrong with the occasional puff piece in local newspapers. I suppose they do serve a certain “community function,” even in their innocuousness. more
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