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I’m curious as to why Ms. Jennifer Scarlott has so much faith in the Southern Poverty Law Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. more
Defining our health care problems and solutions is an important exercise in democracy. It will likely set the tone for our future goals and values of our great country. It addresses the nature of leadership into the 21st century while building on our past history, government and politics. more
Our intolerable immigration law and how it is administered; toxic tax and trade practices; wrong-headed racial, religious and gender attitudes; underpaid teachers in overcrowded classrooms; as well as a mendacious medical system and a morbid misinterpretation of our Second Amendment rights, are longtime issues that plague our nation. more
Judging by the decidedly cooler temperatures of the air streaming through my bedroom window, I would have to concede that summer is coming to an end. more
In his comments on my opinions concerning immigration, welfare, socialism and the destruction of the two-parent family, Richard Warren first comments actually support my position. more
As local elected officials, our job is to enact good laws in the legislature and the city council, and to fight hard for the communities we represent. We have had a terrific partner in those efforts: Democratic state Sen. Jeff Klein. more
Alessandra Biaggi, a true progressive, is the right state senate candidate at a critically important time in our nation. more
Since the election of Donald Trump, we have been heartened to see a resurgence in Democratic political activism. Throughout this primary election season, that activism has manifested itself in our local state senate race, as well as our statewide races. more
I am writing in response to the Aug. 6 article on The Riverdale Press website concerning the agreement that was recently reached between the Hebrew Home and four community groups regarding the Hebrew Home’s proposed continuing care retirement community. more
When the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1789, it provided for a number of civil liberties — many of which we still enjoy today. But where this great document really stumbled, however, was who exactly was allowed to step into the voting booth. more
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