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Help the parents of New Jersey get virtual choice

Dear Editor: I am writing to express my concern for the families of New Jersey who are put in a situation which can be dangerous. Governor...

Steve Fulop, Hero of the Art World

Dear Editor: The American art scene is at an historic crossroads. Though still light years behind Europe, which provides generous funding (instead of mere crumbs)...

We Have Responsibilities To Each Other

Dear Editor: When I watch and listen to the sizable minority of Americans who are defiant and enraged anti-vacciners and anti-indoor-mask-wearers, I can't help but...

North Bergen school board and NJ DOE misconduct

Dear Editor: Recently, the North Bergen School Board Secretary, who is also a Township Commissioner and the Commissioner of Parks, accused me of a “years-long...

Celebrity hucksters

Dear Editor: There is nothing more irritating in our culture of exploitation in America than happy-go-lucky celebrities turned spokespersons for hyaluronic face cream, back pain...

NJ deserves its fair share of NYMTA future congestion tolling revenue

Dear Editor: The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be scheduling public hearings in New Jersey concerning the introduction of Congestion Pricing for those diving...

700th Anniversary of the Death of Dante Alighieri

Dear Editor: September 14, 2021 commemorates the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, “Il Sommo Poeta” (‘The Supreme Poet). Dante is remembered for...

We Grew Stronger After 9-11

Dear Editor: Twenty years ago, the nation was brought to tears. The horrific attacks on Tuesday, September 11, 2001 demonstrated that the Atlantic and Pacific...

What is your plan, candidates, for homeowners?

Dear Editor: Several years ago, the Jersey City school budget was in the $650 million range, now the proposed budget is $814 million and will...

Do we really need the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation?

Dear Editor: A cat has nine lives and so does the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. November, 2021 will mark the twentieth anniversary for this quasi...
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