The Long Island Police and Fire Departments Are Sending Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor: If Republicans win, the last thing they’ll give us is law and order, as they’ve just done with their new and so far successful plan to take away our Second Amendment rights. We have the guns, and we will use them to protect ourselves and our families. We have been having the American police for decades and have a lot of officers who are great public servants and protect our families and communities. They’ve been very successful at their job and we’ll continue to rely on them as necessary. Please let us know where this will all end. Sincerely, Bob Sholty, Jr.

Saturday

The truth is that for every one of these four letters, someone will write “I wrote you a letter” and I think that is a shame. The “I” (and they are all “I”) should not be allowed to have the right to write a letter to the editor.

The truth is that for every one of these four letters, someone will write “I wrote you a letter” and I think that is a shame. The “I” (and they are all “I”) should not be allowed to have the right to write a letter to the editor.

The truth is that for every one of these four letters, someone will write “I wrote you a letter” and I think that is a shame. The “I” (and they are all “I”) should not be allowed to have the right to write a letter to the editor.

The truth is that for every one of these four letters, someone will write “I wrote you a letter” and I think that is a shame. The “I” (and they are all “I”) should not be allowed to have the right to write a letter to the editor.

LONG ISLAND CITY — The Long Island City police and fire departments have been busy as always, sending letters to the editor and trying to get out their message: It’s better to ask for forgiveness than permission.

Last week, officers in an unmarked car showed up at the corner of Myrtle and Front streets. They left their vehicle running, and a man in his 30s leaned into the open window to ask whether

Leave a Comment