Letters to the Editor

May 22, 2020

Dear Editor: In my decades as an educator and school administrator, I’m hard pressed to find a situation as challenging as what we face related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The last few months have been painful on many levels, from the heartbreaking loss of life to the millions who have suffered ...

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Dear Colleagues, I can remember vividly watching the gulf war unfold on TV. I watched all of the coverage I could and would tape whatever I missed. Those days and nights: watching our nation lead the world in the course of good was an inspiration; injecting me with a dose of patriotism that ...

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May 11, 2020   Common sense and leadership are essential to pull through a crisis.  In New Jersey, we currently seem to be lacking both when it come to the COVID19 response. We were told to shelter in place and flatten the curve, so we did.  The curve flattened and is clearly on the ...

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May 6, 2020 State of New Jersey Attorney General 8th Floor – West Wing 25 Market Street Trenton, New Jersey 08625   Subject:  High number of deaths in Nursing Homes                 In New Jersey.   Dear Attorney General: I have read that the State of New Jersey is ...

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When our economy reopens post-Covid-19, the economic landscape will have fundamentally changed and principally so for the working men and women in New Jersey and throughout the entire United States. For years we have been told that Democrats and progressives are the ones who stand up for workers ...

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Dear Editor, In these unprecedented times Americans need leaders who can make difficult proactive decisions, provide information, convey a sense of reassurance and provide a plan for crisis management.  We need leaders who will help us maintain hope for the future.  Unfortunately, Democrats – ...

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Dear Editor, America has always been resilient. Knock us down and we always come back stronger, always. Despite the challenges we are collectively experiencing, this time will be no different. We’ve already seen examples of this resiliency around the country and in our own community. We’ve ...

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To Whom It May Concern: Last Thursday I begin to feel/exhibit some of the known systems.  I watched my temperature, washed my hands, isolated and didn’t leave my home. However on a Telemed appointment with my doctor about he quizzed me and determined I needed to take the test.  I fought him ...

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If there ever was clear evidence of how dysfunctional Congress has become, it is now.  Unfortunately, our own Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill has quickly become a part of the problem and not the solution she promised to be. At a time when we all need significant support from our leaders, the ...

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With Governor Murphy’s Executive Order to residents to stay home and go into a “lockdown mode”, we all need to do our part and help limit our exposure to COVID-19. Parsippany recently learned that we now have eight cases of Coronavirus Infections right here in our Township. We are reminded that ...

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This writer is a man in his mid-seventies…A Veteran of one of what seems to be endless wars and a Husband and Father…I say this only to establish that I have been around a long time, younger than some but older than most.  This has given me a good opportunity to observe how we as Americans have ...

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As the people of New Jersey step up heroically in response to the Coronavirus, one person who has lots of questions still to answer is Gov Murphy. While Gov Murphy has been quick to demand enormous sacrifices from the citizens of New Jersey, he has yet to offer specific remedies to help the ...

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