Many of the ostentatious peafowl that roam the West End call the 35 acres Tom Fabian manages home ("Roaming peacocks ruffle feathers on isle's West End," The Daily News, June 15).
Imagine being James Templer ("For democracy's sake, Banana Republicans must go,” The Daily News, June 12-13) and other leftists and believing democracy is in peril when everyone has weeks ahead of Election Day to vote or can request a ballot be sent to their home.
Kudos to James Templer on his excellent critique of the Texas Grand Old Party leadership deciding that fealty to the disgraced twice impeached insurrectionist-in-chief is more important than supporting democracy ("For democracy's sake, Banana Republicans must go," The Daily News, June 12-13).
James Templer’s commentary ("For democracy's sake, Banana Republicans must go," The Daily News, June 12-13) demonstrates the problem of imprecise language in political discussion.
"Self" is a financial technology company. It recently released a study on how much a typical resident of each state will pay in taxes over their lifetime. Unsurprisingly, the Top 10 states all have long histories of Democratic Party rule.
The U.S. Border Patrol reported that over 6,000 Venezuelans journeyed over 3,000 miles to illegally cross the U.S. border in April.
Moody's Investor Services, an independent bond credit rating for stocks, bonds and government entities, recently issued a very positive report about Galveston Wharves financial performance. As a result of its research, the respected entity upgraded the port's credit rating.
In January, one of President Joe Biden’s first acts was to reverse President Donald Trump’s decision to leave the World Health Organization. Biden stated that America’s participation would come with a push for reforms. How has that decision worked out?
Maris Helfrich ("Letter writer put false words in my mouth," The Daily News, June 5-6) took offense to my letter ("Republicans will do as we've always done," The Daily News, June 4). I apologize and want her to know that she's loved as much as any of God’s children.
In an attempt to receive a blue flag accreditation, Galveston Park Board of Trustees wants to ban domestic animals, such as dogs and horses, from East Beach. I have no idea how a beach as dirty as ours on most days, could even be considered environmentally safe.