September 10, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials

Editorial

9/11 Memorial Offers New Start In Democratic Tradition

Seven years ago tomorrow terrorists flew two hijacked passenger jets into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, killing almost 3,000 people. On that same day, another hijacked airliner was flown into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. More...

Georgia Faces Disaster

To The Editor: The Republic of Georgia now has a potential new enemy. It is Iran. The Washington Times broke the story on September 4. More...

Notes On People, Issues

To The Editor: As I begin to share my various opinions and comments with my fellow Gazette readers, I have mixed emotions. I am delighted to hear that our own U.S. More...

Government By Conspiracy

To The Editor: Is there anyone who does not believe that high oil prices are deliberately caused by our own government's policies? More...

What's Stopping Us?

To The Editor: We are now facing a monumental energy problem and it's time to allow American know-how and can-do ingenuity to resolve this mess created by politicians. More...

Give Up WMDs To Survive

To The Editor: In the August 27 issue, Edward Horn of Baldwin, N.Y. makes the case that Russia is attempting to retake former Czarist and Soviet territorial possessions by its invasion of [the] Crimea. More...

Council, Stay Home!

To The Editor: Recent legislation passed by the New York City Council concerning regulation of stores using air-conditioning while keeping doors open as a method to attract customers confirms that voters are better off when members of the New York More...

Ban H.R. 6257

To The Editor: As America becomes more lawless and criminal gangs cross over our borders with impunity, U.S. Representative Mark Steven Kirk has introduced H.R. 6257, the Assault Weapons Ban Reauthorization Act of 2008. More...

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