May 30, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials

Editorial

School Consultants Come Up Short

Schools Chancellor Joel Klein, according to an article in a daily newspaper, seems increasingly inclined to hire outside consultants for core management duties and functions. More...

Benefits Weighed

To The Editor:

Some letters have appeared in recent weeks attacking the concept and process of landmarking, most from the same author. More...

Hails Bryant H.S.

To The Editor:

It was with the greatest of interest that I read the pages of the most informative issue of the Gazette of May 23. I am thrilled to learn that Bryant High School scored A Minus on the evaluation. More...

Mayor's PlaNYC2030

To The Editor:

From the vantage of Kew Gardens Hills in the middle of Queens, Mayor [Michael] Bloomberg's PlaNYC2030 does not have much attraction for residents of the boroughs outside Manhattan. More...

Say No To Gun Control

To The Editor:

The shootings at Virginia Tech teach us that we cannot always depend on the police to protect us. It is obvious that if even a few of the victims had been armed, many innocent lives could have been saved. More...

World Government Coming?

To The Editor:

Zbigniew Brzezinski's 1970 book, Between Two Ages led David Rockefeller to create the Trilateral Commission in 1973. The goal of the new organization, as spelled out in this book, is piecemeal transition to world government. More...

Spend Surplus On Srs.

To The Editor:

The city I think should spend a portion of this surplus on the people who gave so much to this great city of ours, and that is our elderly. More...

Op-ed

Big A Is Big Business

Aqueduct- the "Big A" as it is affectionately known by those who love it- is the only racetrack located in New York City. It is easily accessible by public transportation- it even has its own stop on the A train line. More...

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