• Letters to the Editor — Sept. 28, 2021

    The Issue: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez crying after the passage of a bill funding Israel’s Iron Dome. “AOC’s crying shame,” (Liel Leibovitz, Sept. 25), tells the truth in a nutshell: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez broke down and wept over the passage of a bill she didn’t have the courage to vote against. We can’t put an end

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 27, 2021

    The Issue: President Biden’s criticism of Border Patrol agents for rounding up migrants on horseback. President Biden on Friday said the images of US Border Patrol agents on horseback aggressively handling Haitian migrants were “horrible” and vowed there will be consequences for those involved (“Whoa, horses!” Sept. 24). The president went on to say those

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 26, 2021

    New York Post readers sound off on China’s COVID duck, lost free speech on college campuses, MTA incompetence and Rikers mayhem.

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 25, 2021

    New York Post readers sound off on NYC Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez’s push to let green-card and work-visa holders vote in New York City and the Gabby Petito tragedy.

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 24, 2021

    The Issue: Leftist House members who pushed to end US funding of Israel’s Iron Dome defense. It’s shameful that a group of House lawmakers would hold a bill — which was designed to avert a federal government shutdown — hostage due to their hatred of Israel (“Squad Anti-Semites Win Again,” Editorial, Sept. 23). The provision

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 23, 2021

    New York Post readers sound off on our recent exclusive confirming that students received fraudulent passing grades at Maspeth High School in Queens.

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 22, 2021

    The Issue: David Baddiel’s column criticizing those who blame Israel’s policies on Jewish people. It’s no secret that to the left, anti-Semitism has become an acceptable form of racism. David Baddiel is totally correct (“Blaming the Jews,” PostScript, Sept. 19). In front of my synagogue, there are police cars and five armed security personnel checking

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 21, 2021

    The Issue: A US drone strike that killed 10 civilians, including seven children and an aide worker, in Kabul. It’s hard to imagine that even the most insightful visionary could have predicted the bedlam that President Biden and his administration have created in their brief time at the helm (“It gets even worse,” Sept. 20)

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 20, 2021

    The Issue: The surge in immigrants crossing the southern border under the Biden administration. At this time, some 10,000 illegal immigrants have crossed over into Del Rio, Texas and are sitting under a bridge (“Mob scene chaos in Tex,” Sept. 17). These are people with no documentation and many have come from countries with COVID

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 19, 2021

    FEC’s Twitter callThe Federal Election Commission ruled that when Twitter blocked distribution of a Post article about e-mails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop, it did so for “commercial” reasons and for “valid business purposes” (“Twitter’s Shady Acquittal,” Sohrab Ahmari, Post­Opinion, Sept. 14). Twitter makes its money by having as many users as possible distributing content

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 18, 2021

    The Issue: Democratic leaders who removed their masks after the 9/11  20th anniversary ceremony. Thanks to The Post for exposing what the lame­stream media routinely ignores (“Mask Hysteria,” Editorial, Sept. 14). Leftist Democrats and their obsequious Fourth Estate’s stances regarding masks, mandates, etc. prove that they have again raised hypocrisy to an art form. Presidents

  • Letters to the Editor — Sept. 17, 2021

    The Issue: Reports that Gen. Mark Milley privately assured China that the US wouldn’t attack under Trump. According to Bob Woodward, Gen. Mark Milley was certain that then-President Don­ald Trump “had gone into a serious mental decline” after the 2020 election (“Wolf in chief’s clothing,” Sept. 16). If Woodward’s book is accurate, Milley overstepped his