To the editor: Mayor Eric Adams' actions repeatedly have me hoping someone will challenge him in the 2025 Democratic mayoral primary. Let's start with the assertion by Adams' Labor Relations Relations Commissioner Renee Campion
To the editor:Less than six months after he took office, I wrote “It is terrifying that his (Donald Trump’s) presidency emboldens white supremacists and that hate crimes have soared since the election.”
To the Editor: Roger Thornhill, the character played by Cary Grant in “North by Northwest,” defends his profession. “Advertisers don’t lie, they use expedient exaggeration," he says.
To the editor: The abortion issue is being used by the GOP as a tool to confuse and conflate the white supremacist and misogynist positions of the Trump-inspired Republican Party.
To the editor: New York City retirees have been betrayed by the current and former NYC Mayors and the MLC.
To the editor: Republicans differentiate from Democrats by taking a lot more from workers. But Democrats still take some away.See The Chief article "Quality of life concerns weigh heavily on …
To the editor: In a recent communique to active and retired members of District Council 37, Executive Director Henry Garrido asked that members contact their City Council Members to tell them that they are in favor of amending the NYC Administrative Code 12-126.
To the editor: Mayor Eric Adams, the Office of Labor Relations and the complicit Municipal Labor Committee (MLC) want city employees and retirees to think that a Medicare Advantage plan is a win-win for all.
To the editor: Both DC37 and the UFT are urging their members to contact the City Council to amend Section 12-126 of the Administrative Code. The proposed amendment, which does not yet have a sponsor, would weaken health insurance protections for both municipal retirees and in-service employees.