No Excuse for Poor Review of Bronze Exhibit

No Excuse for Poor Review of Bronze Exhibit

To the Editor: I was extremely disappointed by Ken Johnson’s December 20 New York Times review of the Western Bronze exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Johnson did not deal with the aesthetic qualities of the individual bronzes, nor did he give attention to why the Met would expend its curatorial energy, space, and resources […]

Best Mandela Piece Came From Hamill

Best Mandela Piece Came From Hamill

Dear Editors, Denis Hamill’s article in the New York Daily News about the pride of FNB stadium cleaning workers in preparing the stadium for theMandela memorial is the most moving piece I have read about Mandela’s impact. The way one of his interviewees describes his work that day is especially telling: “This is housekeeping for history.” Congratulations, […]

Meet the Real Traitors: U.S. Officials, Not Snowden

Meet the Real Traitors: U.S. Officials, Not Snowden

Note: This letter is in response to: Snowden is a Traitor Like the Rosenbergs To the Editor: If all Edward Snowden did was to inform the American People about the criminal activities of the government that makes his a hero. Why would the government want to secretly, unlawfully listen in on honest law abiding American […]

What Will Happen To Healthcare Reform If Lawsuit Prevails?

The controversy surrounding healthcare reform does not appear as if it will end any time soon. Multiple lawsuits are currently pending regarding the federal government’s authority to enforce an individual mandate, which requires people to either buy health insurance or pay a fine. Opponents of the mandate believe that it violates the 10th Amendment, and […]