Letter: A Giving Tradition

On Thursday, Nov. 28, Thanksgiving Day, we will be preparing and delivering hot meals to homebound senior citizens, coordinating this program from our home....

Letter: The Cruelty of Horseracing

Dear Governor Cuomo: Facts, as John Adams famously said, are stubborn things, and the fact is that the New York Racing Association’s (NYRA) “demonstrably safer...

Editorial: The Full Impact of 9/11

The morning of September 11th, 2001, has been described in greater detail in other articles. Better writers have used more prestigious column inches to...

Littering In Hicksville

As many of you know, I enjoy a good early morning walk in the neighborhood. It’s the best time of day, when the train...

On A Warm August Morning

Many years ago, I wrote an ode to summer. As an homage to that column, I’d like to offer another to all of you,...

Letter: Our Better Angels

We’ll never know if the founders intended to create a nation with the long-term capacity to self-correct. We’ll never know precisely what the Federalists...

Letter: Presidential Primaries

The second round of Democratic Party Presidential primary debates between 20 officially announced candidates should give both Jewish and non-Jewish voters concerned about the...

Back To School Savings

By Father Ralph Sommer Have you clipped your “back to school” toilet paper coupons yet? In the collection of ads last week, I noticed the...

Letter: Reject The Gag Rule

Every day, Planned Parenthood provides essential sexual and reproductive health care such as cancer screenings, birth control, STD testing and treatment, abortion, annual exams...

Letter: Questioning The Fiscal Fitness

In the article “Town’s Fiscal Fitness Pronounced Fit” by Frank Rizzo, the Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor claims to have worked to “bring back...

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