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The Ethical Culture Fieldston School was totally justified in firing teacher J.B. Brager for their openly anti-Semitic messages. more
Recently, congressional Democrats sacrificed principle for political expediency. more
Anger is one of the basic human emotions, as elemental as happiness, sadness, anxiety or disgust. more
The Trump administration last year proposed one of the biggest Medicare reforms in a generation. But after the proposed rule sparked a furious lobbying battle between some of the country’s most powerful special interests, the president scrapped the effort. more
From his recent letter, it appears Zachary Berman does not really understand co-operative housing. more
I was recently hospitalized at Montefiore Medical Center, and the experience drove home to me how fortunate we are to live near it. more
Your readers should know that the Dec. 12 headline story and editorial (re: “Check politics at the door,” Dec. 12) was prompted by a resolution ending in, “therefore be it resolved that the aging committee of Bronx Community Board 8 urges the MTA to consider the needs of seniors and people with mobility issues when determining the number and schedule of express buses serving the communities of Bronx Community Board 8.” more
I live next to the Fieldston School, but otherwise have no connection to it, so I cannot pass judgment on its firing of J.B. Brager. However, your entire story clearly adopted the narrative of Brager’s supporters, framing the controversy in their terms, and giving only token coverage to Brager’s critics. This may be because the story’s author is not familiar with the issue behind the controversy. more
I have never seen a more graphic example of the damage the as-of-right clause which governs so much of our present construction looks like. It is only a few years ago that the building at 628 W. 238th St., was built. It is a medium-sized apartment building put up on a tiny and narrow street. more
President Trump has said Saudi Arabia is paying the United States billions of dollars in return for thousands of American troops stationed there, among them an additional 3,000 since late 2019. He said the money is deposited into a special bank account. more
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