Letters to the Editor
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told Americans that we can “sleep well,” despite the president’s outrageously provocative, thoughtless threats to North Korea and the North Korean president’s equally provocative threats. more
On July 26, I attended a screening of “The Sound of Music” on the lawn at the Van Cortlandt House, and wanted to let you know how fun and wonderful this community event was. more
Homelessness is homelessness. There is no difference between where you live or who you are. more
If you were not able to turn away from the White House’s constant stream of chaos and madness during the last week of July, you were not alone. more
After we heard President Trump’s thinly veiled lewd comments at the Boy Scouts of America Jamboree, and the flagrantly obscene, horrifying demeaning remarks made by Trump’s just-fired communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, during a conversation with The New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza, I expected to learn that one or more prominent evangelicals had publicly condemned the use of such language. more
As members of the South Riverdale Merchants Association, we’d like to express our gratitude toward state Sen. Jeff Klein for his tireless dedication to this community. more
We hear a great deal about the 20 million people who will lose health care with the current proposals for repealing the Affordable Care Act. more
To the editor: (re: “Don’t blame Trump just because the world is a mess,” July 27) Conservative commentators have described Trump in the following ways: Ross Douhat wrote … more
Eliminating the free-for-all diagonal parking in this wildly overdeveloped area near the 5731 Broadway site is a matter of public safety. more
The expansion of PreK for All provides an opportunity for all children in New York City to grow in a quality school setting. more
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