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I recommend the following to lower the risk of future events like the recent Florida building collapse: Communities in the south and the west must adopt and strongly enforce up-to-date codes for building construction and maintenance. more
Can the Assembly still impeach Gov. Andrew Cuomo even though he’s already announced his resignation? “Probably not.” hose words from Assembly judiciary committee chair Charles Lavine aren’t exactly brimming with confidence. more
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” President Franklin Delano Roosevelt asserted in his first inaugural address on March 4, 1933: “Nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror, which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” more
Mr. Charles Moerdler’s tirade is starting to sound like an educated person’s version of the rants from the questionable mind of Alvin Gordon. Actually piggy-backing these rants in the same print edition makes for an interesting comparison — neither leaves room for a dissenting viewpoint. more
First and foremost, I am a proud Democrat. What an unfortunate situation it is for New Yorkers to find themselves in the middle of our COVID-19 and social justice crises while our governor is defending multiple accusations and distracted from effectively leading our state. more
In early July, we were elated to welcome students to classrooms for Summer Rising, the city’s free summer academic and enrichment program. more
I am among those who have resigned from our union, the Professional Staff Congress, in response to its June 10 resolution. more
The principal officers of the Professional Staff Congress recognize and regret the real distress the PSC’s June 10 resolution about Israel and Palestine provoked in some members. more
It’s a concept so important to society that it’s found in the U.S. Constitution not just once, but twice. It’s due process — otherwise known as fair treatment under the law — first found in the Fifth Amendment by our Founding Fathers, and then again in the 14th Amendment, adopted in 1868. more
There’s something about turning 15 that seems to transform many teenagers into know-it-alls that really don’t know anywhere near as much as they should. And I can’t lie, I was absolutely one of those teens. more
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