February 6, 2002 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Letter Writer Should Open His Eyes Dear Editor,

I urge all of your readers to go to your online archive and read Martin Brech More...

Rotten Ice, etc.

Editor, More...

Letter On Holocaust Contained Undocumented Assertions To the editor,

I was saddened and shocked to read Martin Brech More...

Basketball Game To Honor Heroes Is Great Idea Editor,

Honor the victims of the September 11th tragedy in Haldane More...

Corrects Impression Left By Article On Charity Basketball Game Dear Editor:

I would like to first and foremost issue a correction and apology regarding an article that was written in last week More...

Holocaust denial Is Heinous Vehicle For Anti-Semitism Dear Editor,

Martin Brech More...

It Is Imperative For Reasonable People To Speak Out Dear Editor,

In the January 30, 2002 edition of this newspaper, Martin Brech dredged up a tired old conspiracy theory regarding the Holocaust of the Second World War. More...

Consider This Editor:

For those people who object to Lake Surprise Camp expanding their facilities, you might consider this... presently Lake Surprise Camp has no impact on the Haldane School taxes, or the Haldane School System. More...

Arbiters Of Debate On PV Development Appear To Have Vested Interest

There is disturbing trend in Putnam Valley politics that closely mirrors the Enron debacle that we are witnessing-- the blurring and erasure of the lines between the people More...

23rd Annual Philipstown Blood Drive Dear Brian:

Hard realities. More...

We Must Teach Our Children The Truth About The Holocaust Dear Editor:

On January 30th you published a letter from Martin Brech of Mahopac, wherein he expressed his controversial opinions and beliefs "now that the Arab-Muslim world...," concerning the veracity of so-called "respected" scholars and hi More...

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