January 27, 2010 RSS feed / Letters

Be Counted

To the Editor: Every 10 years the U.S. Census Bureau regularly updates the address list from the previous (2000 Census) with records from the U.S. Postal Service. Accurate 2010 census data is important to our community in a number of ways. More...

Another View on Indian Point

To the Editor: The tragic earthquake in Haiti has made me question whether the Indian Point nuclear plant is safe. News reports said a fault line runs under Haiti. Fault lines are where earthquakes tend to express themselves. More...

Bought Elections

To the Editor: I was appalled to learn that the Supreme Court has ruled that corporations may spend freely to support or oppose candidates for president and Congress. The 5-4 split decision, made by Justices who (gasp! More...

'Concerning the Whole Science of Government'

From Little Dorrit, by Charles Dickens (1857): The Circumlocution Office was (as everybody knows without being told) the most important Department under Government. More...

Budget Blunder

To the Editor: This past Saturday I attended the community meeting held by Assemblywoman Sandy Galef in Philipstown. It was a more than two hour meeting, well attended by a good cross section of people from our community. More...

Regulators Are Remiss

To the Editor: I am more than puzzled; I am angry about an increase in electrical rates when Social Security has denied retirees a cost of living increase because it maintains that the cost of living has not gone up in the past year. More...

Supremely Bad for Democracy

To the Editor: Last week the US Supreme Court overturned by a 5 to 4 vote the long established principle that restricted corporations from pouring in unlimited sums of money to influence elections. More...

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