Letter to the Editor: Campaign Finance Laws

The Public Campaign Financing and Election Commission issued it report on December 2, and its decisions will become law unless the Legislature acts to change them in the next two weeks. That... Read more »

Letter to the Editor – A Great Lady, a Great Representative of the People

I was saddened to read in these pages that Congresswoman Nita Lowey is retiring. With her retirement will come an end to a woman who not only has represented her constituents, I... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Get Big Money Out of NY politics

The NY State Legislature passed historic reforms in 2019. Campaign finance reform did not make it. Politicians in NY still must fund-raise like crazy from sources who can make the biggest contributions.The... Read more »

An Open Letter from the Mayor of Ossining

“Hate, it has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet.” ~Dr. Maya Angelou Ossining is still reacting to news of an incident that occurred yesterday... Read more »

Letter to the Editor – From Paul Feiner, Greenburgh Town Supervisor

The River Journal does not endorse any candidate or party, nor does it take an official side on issues within the community or the country as a whole, but does encourage an... Read more »

Open Letter to Democrats: The progressive choice is independent this year.

The River Journal does not endorse any candidate or party, nor does it take an official side on issues within the community or the country as a whole, but does encourage an... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: From the Chairman, Peekskill Republican Committee

I find that in today’s political world, politicians fabricating horrendous stories against their opponents has become a right of campaign.  The worse that one can make the other appear to the public... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Catherine Borgia’s Deceit Shames Us All

Dear Sir/Madam: If the purpose of speech is to communicate, why then should someone say that which is not true? It is disturbing enough that we see our officials in Washington create... Read more »

Op-Ed: Raise the Age Implementation

The Sky did not fall… On October 1st, all our children in New York State will be treated as children in the criminal justice system. Westchester Children’s Association (WCA) led the raise... Read more »

Letter To the Editor: Join Us to Learn about the New York Health Act

To the Editor: Last month one of the most trusted pharmaceutical companies in our country, Johnson and Johnson, was found by a court in Oklahoma to be liable for its contribution to... Read more »