When Robert Moses died in 1981, I was stunned reading the New York Times obituary that detailed the parks, highways, bridges and tunnels and other structures for which the man long known as The Master Builder was responsible.

Friday, October 22, 2021

To the Editor: In the mid-1800s, frantic prospectors joined the Gold Rush in quest of the mother lode that would make them fabulously rich. The New York Post serves a similar function as the s… Read more

To the Editor: The anti-vax/anti-mask crowd is past due for a reckoning, and if that means losing their jobs for refusing to abide by a mandate, so be it. Read more

To the Editor: While he should have done this months ago, I'm glad to see NYC's mayor is finally starting to push against the vaccine denialists in municipal employment. Read more

To the Editor: It is absolutely amazing to me that no one has mentioned the cause of the turmoil and violence on Rikers Island. Read more

To the Editor: Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that all NYC workers must get the coronavirus vaccine by Oct. 29 or be suspended from work without pay. This mandate is necessary, and it is overd… Read more

To the Editor: I will not miss ex-SBA President Ed Mullins's bombastic idiocy. But it was wrong, in an Oct. 13 Daily News article, for three reporters to write dismissively about his stances o… Read more

To the Editor: I am amazed New York's Chief Judge Janet DiFiore continues in her position despite having willingly and knowingly conspired to accept preferential COVID-19 testing in August 202… Read more

Monday, October 18, 2021

To the Editor: David Card's 2021 economics Nobel Prize for early 1990s research that included showing that New Jersey raising its minimum wage from $4.25 to $5.05 an hour did not result in job… Read more

To the Editor: It is disingenuous for the Municipal Labor Committee led by Harry Nespoli to claim that all city unions agreed to the Medicare Advantage Retiree plan. It was a weighted vote wit… Read more

To the Editor: Mayor de Blasio's plan of having "greeters" at police precincts is not necessarily a bad idea or a waste of money, but it won't improve police-community relations unless the civ… Read more

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Eric Adams has a compelling life's story that appeals to New Yorkers because it pivots on somebody overcoming a tough hand that life dealt him to become a success while making some unconventio…

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From the start of the ideologically-driven push to remove School Safety Agents from Police Department supervision and place them under the Department of Education, there has been no practical …

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Sponsors of the "Less is More" law, which will take effect in March, argued that too many of those released on parole were having it revoked for minor violations, including missing meetings wi…

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Mayor de Blasio, jarred from his lethargy into visiting Rikers Island Sept. 27 by a scathing letter from the Federal monitor questioning whether his administration had the competence to make n…

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Those prison-reform advocates who think the path to rehabilitation lies in avoiding any discipline that might discomfort detainees might want to take a look at what is happening in a system th…