Letters to the Editor
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NorPAC, a non-partisan political action committee, met with hundreds of congressional members between May 3 and May 6. It was the first virtual NorPAC mission in the 20 years since its founding. more
Maybe Mitch McConnell is right. Maybe Jan. 6 does not require further investigation. more
English is a living language, constantly changing and evolving with a rate of change that seems to be accelerating. more
With all of the negativity going on in these most distressful times, I had to do a shout-out to three wonderful Riverdalians who came to my rescue on April 19. more
As could be expected, after an A1 lead story reporting the police capture of the “shul vandal” who had attacked four Riverdale synagogues and was initially held on bail by a criminal court judge, The Riverdale Press on its editorial page hailed the release of the vandal by another judge in the same court. more
I just finished watching the evening news, and couldn’t believe my ears. The 29-year-old who vandalized synagogues in the Riverdale area for 11 days and had finally been caught has been released. And, thanks to the bail reform law, the bail imposed by an intelligent judge was overruled. more
Rabbi Avi Weiss speaks for me when he opposes congressional laws against Israel that are based on false premises and failure to dialogue. more
Universal health care in New York state is now possible. For the first time, we have a majority of co-sponsors of the New York Health Act in both the state senate and Assembly. Now is the time for the leaders of the Assembly and the senate to bring the bill up for a vote. more
How is this not the most important story in Riverdale at this time? more
Images of happy New Yorkers released from coronavirus restrictions flood the media. But COVID-19 continues imprisoning too many. more
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