• Letters to the Editor — Aug. 3, 2021

    The Issue: The Biden administration’s policy of letting migrants enter the United States, even with COVID. Miranda Devine is one of the few journalists who is not afraid to point out what a fraud President Biden is (“Dem super spreaders,” Aug. 2). He passionately reads a script off the teleprompter asking America to get vaccinated

  • Letters to the Editor — Aug. 2, 2021

    The Issue: Mayor de Blasio’s plan to pay $100 to every person who gets a vaccine at a city location. President Biden’s and Mayor de Blasio’s well-intentioned plans to reward pandemic-of-the-unvaccinated holdouts with $100 bribes to save their own lives may backfire when greedy anti-vaxxers further postpone getting jabbed until the “jackpot” is desperately raised

  • Letters to the Editor — Aug. 1, 2021

    New York Post readers weigh in on protecting Soho, Biden’s real unity, money for Palestinian terror, Ben & Jerry’s boycott and Dem’s brush with crime.

  • Letters to the Editor — July 31, 2021

    The Issue: Simone Biles opting to take herself out of team competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. World-record gymnast and gold-medalist Simone Biles withdrew from competition in Tokyo, presumably because of the emotional toll of expectations from herself and Olympic fans (“Simone Biles’ shocking twist in Olympics,” July 28). She was already considered the greatest

  • Letters to the Editor — July 30, 2021

    The Issue: Miranda Devine’s column on Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s commission to investigate the Capitol riot. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has done her best to use the Jan. 6 riot to vilify her political opponents in the worst way, at the same time pushing a radical agenda, even though her party barely won the White House

  • Letters to the Editor — July 29, 2021

    New York Post readers weigh in on Christopher Rufo's column on "antiracist" Boston University professor Ibram X. Kendi and Rich Lowry’s column arguing against the push to include women in a US military draft.

  • Letters to the Editor — July 28, 2021

    New York Post readers sound off on the NYC Nightlife Advisory Board's proposal to allow regulated drinking in outdoor public spaces and the CUNY faculty union’s resolution condemning Israel for responses to Palestinian attacks.

  • Letters to the Editor — July 27, 2021

    The Issue: The DOJ’s decision not to pursue a civil-rights probe into Gov. Cuomo’s nursing-home order. The decision to drop a probe into the nursing-home deaths that occurred under Gov. Cuo­mo’s direction is another example of the two-tiered judicial system in this country that is tearing our society apart (“Feds drop Cuomo probe,” July 24)

  • Letters to the Editor — July 26, 2021

    New York Post readers weigh in on the Biden administration’s call for social-media sites to restrict vaccine “misinformation.”

  • Letters to the Editor — July 25, 2021

    New York Post readers weigh in on recent coverage of a defender dissing a young victim, the UK’s medical cruelty, Prince Harry’s tell-all, “oldspeak” and an anti-Biden sign showdown.

  • Letters to the Editor — July 24, 2021

    The Issue: Eric Adams’ plan to change the names of city streets and buildings that honor slave owners. Removing slave owners’ names from street signs, buildings and parks and the removal of statues will not erase our history (“Adams eyes city slavery name changes,” July 17). It will only appease the members of the woke

  • Letters to the Editor — July 23, 2021

    The Issue: Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ suborbital trip to the edge of space in a reusable rocket. So Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Sen. Bernie Sanders and other like-minded legislators are upset at Jeff Bezos for taking his space trip (“Behind the Left’s Bezos-Hate,” Editorial, July 22). I applaud Bezos’ pioneering spirit. He has accomplished more in