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I’m heartened that The Riverdale Press has begun to cover, in some detail, Alessandra Biaggi’s campaign to unseat Jeff Klein, a Bronx “Democrat” who happily handed over senate leadership to Republicans in 2011. more
Let’s say you were elected to public office, nationally or locally. What would you do with that opportunity? Would you seek to improve your constituents’ quality of life, or would you focus on what’s in it for you? more
I received a remarkable campaign mailing from Jeff Klein that attacked Alessandra Biaggi for being endorsed by City Comptroller Scott Stringer and City Council President Corey Johnson, both Democrats. more
The Trump administration deported a woman and her daughter, asylum seekers, while their appeal was in progress. more
She may have unseated a deeply established congressman, but it appears Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez still has a little bit to learn about where it’s appropriate to keep media out, and where it’s not. more
The conviction of the former majority leader of the New York state senate in July saw the last of a quartet of guilty verdicts in a series of Albany corruption trials. more
Maurice Chevalier famously sang, “I’m so glad I’m not young anymore.” He was referring to one kind of heart trouble: amours. more
What’s missing from Alessandra Biaggi and her supporters’ criticism of state Sen. Jeff Klein are attacks on his actual record. That’s because it’s quite progressive. Instead, they claim more could have been accomplished. more
“Am I my brother’s keeper?” more
Over recent years, I have attended many and varied community board meetings. Sometimes I wonder about hidden agendas, so I was quite pleased to notice a person who always spoke for the good of those she represents. more
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