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Tougher on victims?

To The Editor:Perhaps the current crime wave could be aborted if our "justice system" stopped releasing dangerous people, stopped giving light sentences to murderers and stopped incarcerating …

To The Editor:In Colonial times every free white and black citizen was literate. Over the 20th century, teachers began to be replaced by administrators. Between 1960 and 1990, the student population …

Profiles in cowardice

To The Editor:In 1955, the junior senator from Massachusetts, John F. Kennedy, penned the book “Profiles in Courage.” The main thesis was that the preeminent value of a U.S. senator is the …

To The Editor: Mayor Eric Adams seems to have the problem of many election winners. Once taking office, he acts like a politician. Suddenly, the skepticism he had for the …

Prison yacht?

To The Editor: One action the U.S. has taken in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine has been to seize assets of many of their oligarchs.Spain, on behalf of the FBI, earlier this week seized a …

To The Editor: As a former NYPD detective and former assistant district attorney, it is apparent to me that public officials can implement common sense reforms to end New York City’s crime wave, but …

A New York creation

Suffice to say that there would be no voluminous Razzle Dazzle column, without the inimitable Richard Steier, himself a wholly NYC-based creation.Conspicuously mentioned within his astutely written …

To The Editor: Mayoral control of schools means $200 million earmarked for literacy development, meaning more money to publishers with unproven results that could actually damage literacy …

To The Editor:Mayor Eric Adams had to make a tough decision, and he blew it. He denies that he has a double standard by giving performers an exemption from the vaccination mandate while all …

Grateful

To The Editor: I have been reading The Chief regularly since the early 70's for the latest civil service news and job postings. My career took me for short stints with the old NYC Traffic …

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