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Let me address certain statements you made in your Jan. 17 editorial. more
There is a very real risk to women’s right to control their reproductive choices, given the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court. more
Before the partial federal government shutdown temporarily ended last week, some accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of playing politics by dis-inviting President Trump from delivering his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. more
There is a shortage of police officers — not just in New York City, but across the country. more
JFK said it well: “You cannot negotiate with people who say what’s mine is mine and what’s yours is negotiable.” Of course negotiations often mean that both parties walk away from the discussion feeling like each one gained. more
Wiser words could not have been written in your recent editorial. How fortunate we are to live in one of the few remaining free societies, with a wealth of information sources available. Sadly, most American cities, suburbs and small towns are down to one local daily or weekly newspaper. more
Reading the Jan. 10 issue of The Riverdale Press, I was delighted to learn that the Kingsbridge Historical Society is in the vanguard of the crusade to make sure the remains of formerly enslaved persons possibly still buried in Van Cortlandt Park will not have their final resting place unduly disturbed in the quest to pave the Putnam Trail. more
The area between Bailey Avenue and Broadway at West 234th Street is very congested on days during the week with driving school students and their cars. more
New York City always has been distinguished as America’s port of entry for immigrants from around the world, and Riverdale is one of New York’s neighborhoods most characterized by its warmth toward immigrants and its international diversity. more
The sun setting over the settlements on the other side is beautiful, turning the sky overlapping shades of warm colors. As the sky darkens, the buildings illuminate, pinpricks of light dotting the windows. more
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