Letters to the Editor
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I was disheartened and dismayed when I heard President Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, compare Hitler favorably to President Bashar al-Assad, asserting that at least Hitler did not use chemical weapons during World War II. more
The fact that a crowdfunding move is needed to pay the bills speaks to the unacceptable level of health care we tolerate in our countr more
I don’t get it! Liberals are all for granting “illegal” immigrants shelter, education and medical benefits — even hiding them from federal agents. more
The letters to the editor criticizing the gun advertisement last week had nothing to do with freedom of speech or silencing anyone’s opinions, as you suggested in your editorial. more
Wow. Was I shocked to see an insert advertising a gun show in Elmsford. I’m really not sure what the paper was thinking. more
What was the Passover part? The ravioli and egg noodles? Or the baked bread and rolls? more
Let us celebrate Earth Day on April 22 all year long. more
I was already more than dismayed to see the inappropriate advertising for a gun dealership included in the last Riverdale Press edition. But it was all brought home to me — literally — when the jewelry store owner on Johnson Avenue was shot by two men in a robbery gone wrong. more
As a Riverdale resident for more than 70 years, and a volunteer at the Hebrew Home, Mr. Epstein’s letter disregards the longstanding community commitment of the Home that I have the pleasure of seeing firsthand each week. more
These words are an appeal for non-violence. Thus, we might read these words in the Bible, and on the wall outside the United Nations. Yet even today, mothers are grieving all over the world because of the violence that consumes the headlines worldwide. more
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