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The man authorities believe mailed more than a dozen pipe bombs to political leaders and supporters who tend to paint themselves blue is reportedly a rabid fan of both the president and vice president, and seems to listen very closely to what Donald Trump has to say. more
I’m writing in response to The Riverdale Press story about concerns on bus bulbs on West 242nd Street, and to Laura and Rob Spalter’s letter criticizing the DOT’s changes to Broadway as a whole. more
I’ve heard for years about this man, Lawrence Friedland, who is managing and controlling much of our commercial property (real estate) in Riverdale — and from what I hear, in many parts of our great city. more
On Tuesday, Nov. 6, voters will be asked to approve or disapprove of the mayor’s select Charter Revision Commission’s three proposals (the equivalent of a city constitution). One should note that the mayor raced the city council in offering the proposals. Following Election Day, the city council will more seriously begin its efforts, which may result in additional or counter-proposals for next year’s Election Day. more
This November is one of the most important elections we will ever face. What President Trump and his administration have done in a very short time is appalling, and as a result, it is critical for Democrats to retake Congress. more
The last time Democrats controlled the state senate, progressive legislation got nowhere. more
I have had the privilege over the last 10 months of getting to talk to thousands of residents of Senate District 34 in the Bronx and Westchester County as I campaigned, first for the Democratic nomination for state senate, and now for the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6. more
Little did I know when I volunteered for the McGovern for President campaign in 1972 as a college freshman and participated in anti-war demonstrations, that I would continue to be involved in such political action decades later. more
Twelve score and two years ago, a nation called the United States of America came into being. It was sparked by a breakthrough belief in humanity’s “inalienable” right to personal liberty. more
Bernard Baruch — the New York City philanthropist to whom Baruch College in Manhattan is named for — once advised all of us to “vote for the man who promises least” because “he will be the least disappointing.” more
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