Letters to the Editor
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Literally nobody should be surprised by the Trump administration’s latest assault on immigrant and refugee communities. more
Community Board 8’s traffic and transportation committee chair Dan Padernacht’s claim that certain “road diet” elements contained in the Riverdale streetscape report would “close down Riverdale Avenue in many sections” is both misleading and alarming. more
Republican strategists must be aware that they are facing disaster in the 2018 mid-term elections over the new tax statute. more
The rapid turnover of temporary teachers, like the opening and closing of New York public schools, is disruptive and has a very negative impact on the students who need stability in their lives. more
Many people are unaware of how close the state of New York came this past year to passing single-payer health care. more
For the last month or so starting with the Harvey Weinstein scandal, newspapers and other media outlets have been increasingly saturated by seemingly never-ending accounts of alleged sexual predation by men in positions of power — primarily in the fields of show business, the media, music and politics. more
When I first read the quip put out by President Trump bragging that his nuclear button is “much bigger” than that of Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s leader, I sighed. more
So glad I am no longer a member of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale. more
The estate tax, which congressional Republicans are champing at the bit to abolish, applies to people who leave at least $5.49 million to their descendants (at least $10.98 million for a couple). more
To begin, I write this as a Jewish woman. more
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