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The Press has received many responses to the Dec. 8 article and editorial about towing.  more
It doesn’t seem that long ago we used this space to talk about the need to show some sense of decorum when it comes to public meetings. more
I recently saw an ad in Jewish Week promoting a discussion between former president Bill Clinton and George Bush, and moderated by Doris Kearns Goodwin, to be held at the Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center on Nov. 8. more
As a former chairman and current member of Community Board 8, I have followed the letters to the editor and editorials with great interest. The amount of time I have expended on behalf of the board and the community cannot be measured, since as a CPA in private practice, I could have used that time in more productive financial ways. more
In light of the latest atrocity regarding needless spending by those in the current administration — the $31,000 dining set installed in Ben Carson’s office — I suggest that The Riverdale Press and every other newspaper in the country launch a daily column listing other needless expenditures, starting with the total already spent by the president and his family going to Mar-a-Lago, and many other places, simply for their own pleasure and profit. more
As president of the Riverdale Gardens Tenants Association, I am writing to correct several false and confusing statements made in The Riverdale Press recently regarding Community Board 8’s position on the Netherland Avenue issue. more
I am not writing this to support any political candidate. I am writing this as a national letter to all Americans about something that needs to change in our country. more
The first item I read when I turn to your Opinion page is usually a political cartoon by Dale Neseman. more
Steve Siegelbaum’s outrageous letter in your May 1 issue denigrating Israel and defending the “poor Palestinians” cannot go unchallenged. more
Two years after Warren Harding was elected president in 1920, voters went to the polls and knocked out 77 Republican members in the House and seven seats in the Senate. more
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