Thank-you letter regarding the FFMP
Letters to the Editor
Whomever you voted for, it doesn’t make you a bad person
Boy oh boy, it is tough for me and many other Americans as we followed the presidential candidates and watch the news and all its negativity, bias and spins. So we have a new president and things have changed politically.
Meditations on the healthcare conundrum
Two competing stories, realities actually, emerged with Obamacare—one of betrayal, one of gratitude.
Make Eldred about the students again
“He stuck in his thumb,
And pulled out a plum,
And said ‘What a good boy am I!’”
Congratulations on NYPA awards
It is always nice to read about good things happening in the community. I was pleased to read about The River Reporter receiving three awards at the New York Press Association [NYPA] conference and trade show, which was held at the Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Springs.
Information sought in hit and run
Old enough to vote, old enough to smoke?
The editorial in last week’s River Reporter (March 23) said, “In a sign, perhaps, of how attitudes have gradually changed about smoking and tobacco, no one took to the podium to argue that the age in Sullivan County to purchase should remain at 18.”
A callous Republican Party
[The letter below was sent to River Reporter columnist and writer Jonathan Fox.]
Thanks for the writing on dogs
Climate change a threat to national security
Climate change is a major threat to our national security. I expressed this recently in letters to both Sen. Pat Toomey and Rep. Tom Marino.