To the Editor: A frequent Chief contributor from my side of the aisle took issue with my letter on de facto American cartels by claiming that President Biden shares fault because “he could also have the Justice Department file actions to break up anti-competitive combines.”
To the Editor: Joseph Cannisi's June 3rd letter, "Cartels wrecking havoc," tells part of the story. The February 22nd "Hightower Lowdown" goes into more detail.
To the Editor: The televised Jan. 6 hearings are a riveting event during which Congress members haef presented what some called a strong criminal case against former president Donald Trump.
To the Editor: For roughly the first 200 years of our country’s existence, the courts (rightly) interpreted the second Amendment in the context of “a well-regulated militia.”
To the Editor: Do Republican members of Congress (and even some Democrats) care about the lives of children and other innocent victims of gun violence more than they care about their political careers and the concomitant loyalty to the National Rifle Association and Donald Trump?
To the Editor: In this important election year, Republicans are quick to point out that Donald Trump is not on the ballot. While that may be true, his shadow looms large over GOP candidates.
To the Editor: The May 27th issue has numerous examples that the war against logic continues. The first two are featured in excellent articles by Crystal Lewis.
Dear Editor: Good work by NYPD detectives in tracking down and arresting Glenn Hirsch for the cold-blooded murder of Chinese restaurant employee Zhiwen Yan.
To the Editor: The May 13th article 'Workers grapple with stress on return to office' was totally off the mark. For almost two years, many workers were home not spending a penny on commuting, dry …
To the Editor: The mass murder of schoolchildren in Uvalde, Texas, raises the usual questions about whether right-wing political leaders will ever make a serious attempt to control the gun menace.