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07/15/2015 | | Letters

If I may suggest two other kosher food availability alternatives, which are both significantly closer and [require] less-expensive travel (no bridge tolls) for the kosher consumer in Rhinebeck and the surrounding area, rather than having to travel even further to NYC or Monsey, as reported in “Rhinebeck Gets A Shul Of Its Own” (July 3).

07/15/2015 | | Letters

Your various articles regarding
the gay pride parade, the Supreme Court
ruling on same-sex marriage, and the JONAH verdicts prompt the
following reaction. 


07/15/2015 | | Letters

Regarding “A Serpent In Catskills ‘Garden,’” (July 10): My husband and two sons and I went to the Catskill Mountains from 1969 to 1980, and back then I
 used to hear “oh, the Jews are back.”

07/15/2015 | | Letters

Gary Rosenblatt’s assertion that the key issues in Michael Oren’s new book to be debated are the Iran 
deal and the West Bank is a
 nice attempt to rephrase the debate to focus on crucial topics. (“Michael Oren And The Debate That Won’t Die,” July 10).

07/15/2015 | | Letters

Regarding Rabbi David Wolpe’s Musing, “Another Land To Cherish” (July 3), I grew up in the anti-Vietnam protest era, which I still defend. Yet after my 
father passed away a few years ago, I was taken aback by a document sent by
 the U.S. government, praising him for his service in the navy during the Korean 
War.

07/15/2015 | | Letters

Robert Rifkind's well-meaning letter (June 26) reflects many of the misinformed arguments used by teachers unions to protect their self-interest.‎ ‎