Letters To The Editor

April 10, 2014

In response to “America’s Other Pastime” (April 4), I would like to add a dimension not addressed in the article. Five friends and I played mah jongg for over 30 years every Monday night no matter what the weather. We are now octogenarians; some are no longer with us. There was a component of hineh CONTINUE »

April 3, 2014

For a minute, I thought I was reading a Purim spoof issue, with Miles Hoenig’s letter claiming defense against terrorism is racism and boycotting the world’s only Jewish state shows “courage,” and where Mark Gunnery says concern with Israeli self-preservation is hypocrisy, Judaism equals social work and the only good “members of the Tribe” are CONTINUE »

April 3, 2014

Your article showed how important it is that our spouse caretakers receive the praise and thank you that they deserve (“In Sickness and In Health,” March 21). People with disabilities suffer indignities in life at every turn. Our spouses have to suffer these wrongs right along with us. When we can’t get into buildings, have CONTINUE »

April 3, 2014

Ukraine’s independence from Russia was pivotal to the U.S. winning the Cold War (“Eyes on Ukraine,” March 21). In 1994, the U.S., the U.K., and Russia concluded the Budapest Memorandum pledging to protect Ukraine’s sovereignty in exchange for Ukraine surrendering its nuclear arsenal to Russia. Twenty years later, Russia invaded the Crimea region of Ukraine, CONTINUE »

April 3, 2014

I have one question for Ada Grodzinsky (Your Say, March 7, March 28). She categorically asserts that “it adds insult to injury to say that any place (but the land of Israel) will do” and that “no one can change history.” I call upon her to please explain then, why it is that the two CONTINUE »