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After 27 years as at best a mediocre district attorney, Robert Johnson’s career at the post is ending not with a bang but a self-serving whimper. “Number one, do what’s best for … more
To the editor, Unfortunately, John J. Sweeney is factually incorrect in his sanguine attitude about climate change (“Learn to Love Climate Change,” Oct. 1). Yes, change is in the … more
To the editor, Where do I begin to address John J. Sweeney’s assertion that we should "learn to love climate change" (letter to the editor, Oct. 1)? He apparently has no grasp of the … more
  To the editor, In response to some of the negativity surrounding the recent construction along Broadway, it’s good to know that someone is trying to beautify our little corner of … more
Failing schools have a way of harming a family for generations. I stood with thousands of other parents at Wednesday’s Rally for School Equality in Brooklyn because my family has seen firsthand … more
To the editor, Kudos to state Sen. Jeff Klein for his sponsoring for the 10th consecutive year, Oct. 1 and 2, as Senior Citizen Appreciation Days. Several hundred people were treated by him to … more
To the editor, Some people hastily — and I think wrongly —  question the nomination of Judge Darcel Clark for the office Bronx district attorney. I have observed Judge Clark on … more
E Pluribus Unim, “from many one,” is our national motto.  What we have here in America is unique in all the world. A nation of immigrants — “huddled masses … more
To the editor, To your excellent editorial on the DA shenanigans (“An affront to democracy,” Sept. 24), I would add this addendum: By Robert Johnson deciding to run for judge … more
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