After reading about the shape the United States Post Office is in for delivering mail, I wonder if it has anything to do with the Republican director cutting overtime? Or the Republican Senate not approving funding to support the post office.
If you're a voting Democrat and truly love America and you dislike President Donald Trump, you should be certain that your vote isn't based on that dislike alone.
So many minorities are voting and winning in Grand Old Party primaries that the reelection of Trump is likely. Democrat media’s lying polls will backfire, doing to Biden what they did to Hillary Clinton by creating the idea liberals need not vote because he can’t lose.
Numerous good and bad ideas are arising from the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The worst idea, in my opinion, is expressed in the letter by Mark Chevalier (“Pandemic proves we don’t need brick-and-mortar schools,” The Daily News, July 30).
Have you seen her? Driving west down Broadway, you see her sitting with her bags of possessions against the fence in front of Moody Compress just past the community center. She sits on the grass. When it's raining, she has an umbrella. Perhaps she uses it to shield against the heat too.
I’m seriously considering canceling my subscription to your paper. You can’t print one article without just telling the facts. You gotta put your slanted view to it and that really turns me and I’m sure about half your readers off.
I would like to commend the employees at Randalls for their professional response to the power outage during the driving rain storm last Saturday.
In response to the commentary by Stephen Hodgson ("Critics of socialism always overlook Scandinavia," The Daily News, July 28): If the paper is going to print support of socialism, beware, you could lose your paper under socialism.
Time to rethink brick-and-mortar education? If one thing has been clearly shown these past several months, it's that we presently have the technology for students to learn remotely and be successful doing it.
I’m reading a lot of letters in The Daily News that misrepresent President Trump. Many of them try to convince us that Joe Biden would do a much better job.