To the Editor: Eric Adams claims he has the “backs of Blacks and Browns” in underserved neighborhoods, but in key areas the backs he has belong to big business and the police.
To the Editor: I was intrigued by the title of Vincent Scala’s column “Forget democracy, the nation is not even a republic” (The Chief, June 17) After reading it, I was in awe.
To the Editor: In reading The Chief I keep coming across the word "progressive." The rank and file are simply pro union. Assuming that we agree with one political party sells us short.
To the Editor: Donald Trump, now the nation’s Fabricator-In-Chief, has called the courageous January 6th Committee witness Cassidy Hutchinson, a liar and a girl with mental problems.
To the Editor: An old adage goes “to a hammer, everything is a nail.” The fourth and fifth public hearings of the January 6th Committee revealed a new twist on this adage — to a criminal, everyone is crooked.
To the Editor: The January 6th Committee hearings have exposed just how corrupt and treasonous are Donald Trump and his minions.
To the Editor: I'll give Joseph Cannisi credit for one thing in his letter "Two parties, ex parte" (June 24th Chief). Unlike in 2017 (not 2016), he did not attribute any views to me that were opposite positions I had actually taken.
To the Editor: Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), a member of the committee on the Anti-Gun Violence Bill, said that in spite of the sudden reluctance of GOP members to agree to the terms of the bill, he believes the bill will pass.
To the Editor: Back in September 1999, Chapter 390 of the Laws of 1998, and later action by the City Council, provided a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to be paid to certain pensioners of the NYC Employees Retirement System in two stages ...
To the Editor: Joseph Cannisi's "The ever-slippery slope" letter (June 17) about a U.S. Supreme Court decision that, voted for by Republican judges, expanded gun owners' rights with a dubious interpretation of the Second Amendment, was right on the mark.