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In the Aug. 20 edition of The Riverdale Press, Kirstyn Brendlen informatively reports of Jeffrey Dinowitz’s continuing defense of the indefensible closed-door Bronx County judicial selection process. Ms. Brendlen writes that Dinowitz justifies this practice as “a necessary and effective way to get nominations locked in.” more
Federal policymakers are considering laws that would force federal agencies to rely solely on medicines made in the United States. more
Finding the ability to return New York City public school students to safe and effective and meaningful in-person instruction is the seminal issue of our time. The loss to young children is incalculable — first-graders may never be able to make up the deficits. more
Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz is wrong again. more
Two generations ago, in the bad old days, the New York Police Department had many officers who were right extremists, in violation of the federal Hatch Act and New York state law, which require their political neutrality in job performance. Some of its officers were even avid readers of magazines that were looking for white mercenaries to help in coups d’etat in the Third World, like Soldier of Fortune. more
I write to you as a neighbor and a partner in safeguarding our community. more
We would like to thank the voters of our community for overwhelmingly electing us to represent them at the Democratic National Convention as delegates committed to Joe Biden. more
Recent efforts to paint New York City’s Democratic Socialists of America as “anti-Semitic” are in reality part of a campaign to defend Israel’s apartheid over the Palestinian people and occupation of their land. more
Candidates for New York city council are being asked by Democratic Socialists of America to pledge not to visit Israel. The council’s 13-member Jewish Caucus has strongly denounced the move as anti-Semitic. more
It’s dangerous to be a cop. A dozen cops are injured on average every day within the New York Police Department, according to internal data, with officers facing serious injury more than twice a week. more
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