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Letter: Students Need Affordable Textbooks

Affordable textbooks are the needle in the haystack for college students. The price of college has increased at 260 percent the rate of inflation...

Letter: Support the Bipartisan Climate Solution

Every day, the climate change situation becomes more and more dire. We’ve reached a tipping point where if we don’t act immediately in a...

Letter: Macy’s Caves to Animal Extremist Agenda

Macy’s Inc. recently announced in a statement that as of the end of fiscal year 2020 they will be ceasing the sale of fur...

Letter: Fund Our Libraries

With the coming of autumn, thoughts turn to the rapidly approaching new year, and with it a new executive budget for New York State....

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...

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...

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...