In a ruling that defies reason, District Court Judge Rhonda Erin Fischer (R-East Norwich) last week sentenced Nassau County Police Officer Richard Hefferon to 150 hours of community service and a $500 fine for pointing his loaded department-issued weapon at a bartender’s head while he was drunk.
Rejoice all you Democrats. Liberals and Occupy Wall Streeters are ecstatic.
One of the items in the Mineola School District referendum is replacing the boiler in the high school which as was quoted could be 52 years old. Don’t they know how old it actually is?
Dec. 5 marks the 79th anniversary of the repeal of the 18th Amendment.
I know this is the season for joy and goodwill to all, but I can’t help being a bit cynical at the perverse “love” for the poor and disadvantaged that materializes between Thanksgiving and New Year’s when the very people who pride themselves for their charity perpetuate the policies that keep people in a perpetual state of poverty and suffering.
There’s a real holiday crisis brewing, this year. Hanukkah started the night before Thanksgiving!
Things happen for a reason and if you look closely enough you may find signs that, no doubt, the universe is progressing as it should There is a synergy to it, a cycle. I was reminded of this just recently by two seemingly unconnected events.
On Tuesday, Dec. 10 the community of the Garden City Park Water District will be able to vote for water commissioner. It is this election that has compelled us to write this letter endorsing the re-election of Ken Borchers.
Pope Francis has just called for world governments and those who are rich to share and provide for the poor.