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Democratic Party headquarters in Austin, Texas, were attacked again on Sept. 29. Yes, as you no doubt are already well aware, Texas Republicans are crazy cretins. more
Since the demolition — piece-by-singular-piece — of a house at 3635 Johnson Ave., last year, the vacant lot remains what it is: vacant. more
Next Dec. 7 is the 80th anniversary of Japan’s vicious sneak attack against the U.S. military at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. more
Thank you for the well-deserved tribute to Sandy Shalleck. As a long-time staff member of Riverdale Neighborhood House, I was privileged to work with Sandy on many occasions. more
I would like to know what percentage of national Democrats have actually read Paul Krugman’s New York Times article, “Bernie Sanders isn’t a socialist.” more
It has been common knowledge for years that all major developing countries have possessed the ability to conduct germ warfare. The Wuhan crisis is no exception. more
For the past six months, I’ve been fortunate to serve alongside Councilman Eric Dinowitz in the city council. In his short time since taking office, Eric has proven to be a thoughtful, hard-working colleague, and a worthy addition to the city council. more
There are at least six cars a day on Irwin Avenue and West 238th Street with no license plates or with expired New Jersey paper plates, no registration stickers, and no inspection. more
In a recent letter, Larry Penner states how cost estimates for major transportation projects such as Gateway access, the Port Authority bus terminal and the Second Avenue subway rise year after year for a variety of reasons. more
Last November, millions of voters like me went to the polls and cast a ballot for Joe Biden. Now, with a relentless GOP attack on our voting rights underway, I’m asking President Biden to return the favor. more
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