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Letters to Editor

Keep Medicare as is

To the editor: A bill has been drafted by the Municipal Labor Committee and the Office of Labor Relations to gut Administrative Code 12-126, which protects health benefits for active and retired NYC civil servants.

Fight for a peace

To the editor: There appears to be no end to Putin’s brutal war in Ukraine. Since its invasion, Russia has committed countless war crimes by attacking civilians, infrastructure and cultural institutions. 

Show strength and prosecute 

To the editor: The Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, is a cowardly political operative who refuses to do his job, most importantly, he refuses to prosecute the leader of an attempt to overthrow our government, Donald J. Trump.  

New Year's wishes

To the editor: As we begin a new year, I have some wishes for our country. The first of these is that we collectively turn our backs on the MAGA movement.

Logic, up in smoke

To the editor:Governor Kathy Hochul is finally keeping her promise to start legal sales of marijuana before the end of the year. It will start on Dec. 29th, only three days away from her promise not …

Expiring warranty

To the editor: The message that many in Congress need to hear is this: Once you sell your soul, you can’t buy it back. All those who still follow the Trump lies, especially the “stolen election,” will probably never respect the truth, will never respect justice, and will never have respect for our Constitution.

A cold Christmas on Rikers

To the editor:On a day when Governor Kathy Hochul declared New York to be in a state of emergency due to the expected frigid weather, I wonder what preparations were being made for the thousands of …

A ride on the ideological merry-go-round

To the editor: Now that gas has dropped to $3 a gallon, the GOP finds it hard to exploit the issue, leaving it one option — take credit. I predict the GOP will turn to Orwellian doublethink, as is …

A salute to a union brother

To the editor: I was terribly sad to read of the death of Tim Schermerhorn of TWU Local 100. He was an activist and at one time a vice president. However, more than anything, he was a worker of, by and for the workers.

Please find out, mayor

To the editor: Immanuel Kant famously wrote, “Dare to know.” When it comes to major policy initiatives, Mayor Eric Adams often doesn’t know what he doesn’t know, and couldn’t care less.

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