June 25, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials

Editorial

Oil Crisis Poses Serious Threat

Last Wednesday, President George W. Bush proposed to Congress that a federal ban on offshore oil drilling be ended and a portion of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge be opened for oil exploration. More...

Protests P.O. Box Hikes

To The Editor: I notice that every time the postal stamp rates go up, there are messages all over the place. However, I do not notice any notices when the yearly fee for Post Office boxes continue to go up. More...

Why Dump Willie

To The Editor: Willie Randolph should not have been fired by Omar Minaya, the general manager of the NY Mets. How can Mr. Randolph be blamed for the poor playing by his players? More...

Beg Pardon

The photographs accompanying the article "Chapin Concert A 'Cool' Success" on page 27 of the June 18, 2008 edition of the Gazette were the work of Wendi Schoenfeld More...

NAU Is A Prison

To The Editor: Our struggle for independence and liberty culminated in our Constitution, which restrained governmental power and created a people freed from tyrannical rule. More...

Appeals To FedEx

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. Frederick W. Smith Chairman & CEO FedEx Corporation 942 S. Shady Grove Rd. More...

Good Luck, Willie

To The Editor: The Mets fired Manager Willie Randolph in the middle of the night. As a Mets fan I'm clearly outraged over the firing. Mets management has been known for class, that is no longer the case. More...

Op- Ed

QILC Program Offers Free Air Conditioners

If you have a physical or mental disability or you are a low-income senior citizen living in Queens, you will be happy to know you have an opportunity to obtain a free, energy-efficient air conditioner through the Warm and Cool Program. More...

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