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When government fails, it’s the rare public official who says, “Oops. My fault.” more
There are two main points in Maayan Seligsohn’s recent letter. more
In its interesting analysis of how little of the money raised by the city council candidates is actually spent inside the Bronx, where that money is spent is also instructive. more
I am so happy to have made it through a year of confinement. I am vaccinated, but am awaiting vaccinations for my family. I am not sure that I am ready to travel to see them, California and Florida. I am hopeful it will happen. more
Granted, The Riverdale Press is just a neighborhood newspaper, and not The New York Times or Wall Street Journal. But one would expect its editors to know enough not to engage in straw man arguments. more
Americans learned a lot about government — especially that once-obscure process of impeachment — in the past year. But over time, we’ve lost ground when it comes to understanding and embracing our democracy’s basic values. more
As a “liberal-Democrat,” I have tried to gain as much knowledge about the “conservative” political point of view as possible since 1980. I have come to some very disappointing conclusions, which I want to share with you. more
We’re having a special election March 23 to replace our city councilman. Of the candidates, the one who stands out is Eric Dinowitz. more
Daniel Padernacht has earned my first-choice vote for the March 23 city council special election. I also work on his campaign. more
City council candidate Eric Dinowitz shades the truth when he claims he “supported efforts to elect a Democratic majority in the state senate, and make Andrea Stewart-Cousins the majority leader.” more
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