Letters to the Editor
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For the last month or so starting with the Harvey Weinstein scandal, newspapers and other media outlets have been increasingly saturated by seemingly never-ending accounts of alleged sexual predation by men in positions of power — primarily in the fields of show business, the media, music and politics. more
When I first read the quip put out by President Trump bragging that his nuclear button is “much bigger” than that of Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s leader, I sighed. more
So glad I am no longer a member of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale. more
The estate tax, which congressional Republicans are champing at the bit to abolish, applies to people who leave at least $5.49 million to their descendants (at least $10.98 million for a couple). more
To begin, I write this as a Jewish woman. more
At a time when deficits in the newly approved U.S. Tax Act have already initiated cuts in Medicare to pay for its extravagance to the rich, the need for local initiatives to address health care is becoming more and more urgent. more
Our activist grassroots group, the Riverdale Huddle, recently had the pleasure of meeting Lewis Kaminski, the declared Democratic primary opponent of state Sen. Jeffrey Klein. more
Wiser words could not have been written. How fortunate we are to live in one of the few remaining free societies, with a wealth of information source available. Sadly, most American cities, suburbs and small towns are down to one local daily or weekly newspaper. more
There are plants that grow in thin air. They do not need to be planted or nourished in the soil. more
For the (very) few apologists left in our area for Trump and the GOP, you’ve just been handed cyanide pills in the form of this blatantly punishing tax cut bill. Good luck. more
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