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I have seen large numbers of people not paying for the use of New York City mass transit, both buses and trains. more
I graduated with a doctoral degree from Columbia University in 1975 and taught at Columbia during the student uprisings of 1968. more
With tests of milk showing avian flu is now widespread among cows, our political leaders should support increased public funding for cultivated meat research. more
I agree that the Bronx is very diverse, but the National Society of Colonial Dames — which operates the Van Cortlandt House Museum — connect us to the past. more
If you are a regular reader of this newspaper, you are aware of the battle being fought by 250,000 New York City retirees to preserve their health insurance. more
May is National Preservation Month. Also known as Historic Preservation Month, the month celebrates the nation’s heritage through historic places. more
Gov. Hochul sparks controversy with remarks on Bronx youth's computer knowledge. Assemblywoman criticizes as harmful. Bronx's diverse strengths overlooked. more
In her recent letter, Anita Dutt refueled baseless narratives defaming Israel. Be they renegade Jews or others, the pro-Palestinian nationwide protesters intimidate Jewish students loyal to their faith and ancient homeland of Israel.  more
The City of Yes for Housing Opportunity initiative will not benefit the people of New York and should be voted down. more
Why does ignorance about the history of Palestine and Israel still persist? I think because people like Anita Dutt and her cohorts either just don’t know it, or then pretend ignorance, and distort the truth in order to advance their own agenda. more
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