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Letters to the Editor — Jan. 22, 2022

NYPost
Post readers The Issue: President Biden’s claims about his record during a two-hour press conference on Wednesday. Miranda Devine dissected the various claims of President Biden at his Wednesday press conference (“A fool who’s fooling himself,” Jan. 20). Each of his cited declarations threw me into a convulsion. As Devine......

Letters to the Editor — Jan. 6, 2022

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Post readers The Issue: Newly elected Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s plan not to prosecute minor crimes. How is it possible that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has set forth the most ridiculously pro-crime policy ever (“Spree pass,” Jan. 5)? Mayor Adams, new “law-and-order mayor,” are you on board with......

Letters to the Editor — Jan. 2, 2021

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Post readers New York Post readers sound off on NYC’s homelessness fix, COVID clarity, the city’s Regents nix, Rep. Jamaal Bowman’s attack on Sen. Joe Manchin and the NYPD’s Bronx-cop blunder. Source – For more click here To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here Break’n Pics......

Letters to the Editor — Jan. 1, 2021

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Post readers Post readers sound off on incoming city Comptroller Brad Lander using NYPD as security and the United Federation of Teachers’ push to close down in-person learning due to Omicron. Source – For more click here To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here Break’n Pics......

Downing Street flat: Boris Johnson’s letters with standards adviser to be published

BBC
A spokesperson for the Cabinet Office, where Lord Geidt’s office is based, said they would not comment on speculation, but added: “The terms of reference set out that advice the independent adviser provides to the prime minister on matters which are referred to him will be published in a timely......

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 29, 2021

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Post readers The Issue: Nikole Hannah-Jones’ argument against parents deciding what children are taught in schools. How hypocritical of New York Times reporter Nicole Hannah-Jones to tell parents they should have no say in what children are taught in schools, while she attempts to revamp curricula to suit her personal......

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 26, 2021

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Post readers Martha’s jail goodsOnly in our depraved era can someone like Martha Stewart successfully monetize the fact that she is a convicted felon by hawking artwork that she made in prison (“Martha’s yuletide jail sell,” Dec. 21).At one time, public figures, just like anyone else, were ashamed if they......

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 24, 2021

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Post readers The Issue: Democrats’ response to Sen. Joe Manchin’s refusal to vote for the “Build Back Better” bill. Sen. Joe Manchin is prepared to take the heat while continuing to represent the best interests of his constituents and the people of America (“Dem bullies,” Dec. 21). Manchin is a......

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 23, 2021

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Post readers The Issue: An NYPD lieutenant who received a risqué dance from a rookie officer at a holiday party. I’m not sure how most people feel, but if police officers want to let off a little steam in a fun way, it’s fine with me (“In the line of......

Crash Course: Injured Patients Who Sign ‘Letters of Protection’ May Face Huge Medical Bills and Risks

KHN
Jean Louis-Charles couldn’t afford spine surgery to ease nagging neck and back pain after a car crash. So he signed a document, promising to pay the bill with money he hoped to get from a lawsuit against the driver who caused the collision. That never happened. Louis-Charles, 68, died hours......

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 20, 2021

NYPost
Post readers The Issue: Councilman Ruben Diaz Sr.’s column on the dangers of bail reform after his son was attacked. Unfortunately, it seemingly took an incident involving a family member for one of our esteemed elected officials to point out the shortsighted, inane and stupid bail-reform policy instituted by our......

Answering Santa Claus’ mail

CBS News
CBS News – For more and to sign up click here Answering Santa Claus’ mail – CBS News Watch CBSN Live For more than 90 years, letters from across the globe have found their way to the post office in Santa Claus, Indiana, where teams of elves write back. Correspondent......

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 5, 2021

NYPost
Post readers New York Post readers weigh in on out-of-touch Seth Rogen, the death of theater titan Stephen Sondheim, Rep. Tom Suozzi’s centrism, Putin’s power, fetus reality, and phony Fauci. Source – For more click here To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here Break’n Pics –......

DeWine, Brown, Portman Sent Letters Asking for Lax Regulations at Steel Mills Owned by Ukrainian Oligarchs

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click to enlarge Screenshot: Vice TV, Criminal Planet Ep. 3 Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and U.S. Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman all wrote or signed on to letters advocating for more lenient restrictions at steel facilities in Ohio and West Virginia owned by Ukrainian oligarchs, a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette investigation......

Letters to the Editor — Nov. 29, 2021

NYPost
Post readers The Issue: The City Council’s drive to let green-card and work-visa holders vote in NYC elections. It’s bad enough that President Joe Biden wants to compensate illegal immigrants who were separated at the border, but now the City Council wants to allow non-citizens to vote (“Green card voters,”......

When Benjamin Franklin Shocked Himself While Attempting to Electrocute a Turkey

Smithsonian
Franklin believed a turkey killed with electricity would be tastier than one dispatched by conventional means: decapitation. Photo illustration by Meilan Solly / Photos via Wikimedia Commons, Unsplash Most everyone knows that Benjamin Franklin was not only a famous statesman but also a great inventor and scientist, particularly in the......

In 19th-Century New England, This Amateur Geologist Created Her Own Cabinet of Curiosities

Smithsonian
The fact that Osgood’s collection survives intact—or at all—is notable and perhaps inseparable from her lifelong friendship with a famous writer. Photo illustration by Meilan Solly / Photos courtesy of American Antiquarian Society and Unsplash On Christmas Day in 1839, 17-year-old Ellen Sewall received gifts from two suitors who happened,......

Letters to the Editor — Nov. 14, 2021

NYPost
Post readers From child-care lunacy to vaccine mania, here’s what The Post’s readers have to say. Source – For more click here To Return to the Main Aggregate News Page – click here Break’n Pics – Click here for Free Stock Photos...

Letters to the Editor — Nov. 7, 2021

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Post readers New York Post readers sound off on the influx of migrant children in NYC and Long Island schools, Biden’s consulate crisis, the gall of Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, a pol’s mad “cop stop” law and bull run deaths. Source – For more click here To Return to the......

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