Brooklyn Courier

Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008

Williamsburg

GAVEL TO GAVEL

Foreclosure fiend Comment.
Letters

Unaffordable at this price

I read with interest Myron Shulman’s letter, regarding his plight with the huge increase for his rent stabilized apartment. Comment.
Letters

Too much smut

I’m a retired senior citizen, born, raised and aged in New York City. I’m not religious, nor am I a prude, but menacing changes are occurring. Comment.
Letters

Betting against Obama

Why is the stock market melting down now? Right now? Why not three months ago? Why not two months from now? Is it just coincidence that it’s in the final weeks leading up to the election? I don’t think so. Comment.
Letters

A barbaric practice

It was shocking and appalling to me to read of the torture and murder of so many chickens that a certain group of Orthodox Jewish people perform to expiate their sins before the high holy days. Comment.
Williamsburg

NOT FOR NUTHIN’ - Living life on ‘Del Waiting Time’

I pride myself on getting to any event on time, if not a little early. My husband, on the other hand, prides himself on getting to any event late, or as has happened on many occasions, not at all. So after 20 years of wedded bliss, and countless spats, I have learned to build in “Del Waiting Time,” or DWT as it is affectionately known in our home. Comment.
Williamsburg

IT’S ONLY MY OPINION - Reasons Stan won’t be voting for Obama

I recently received a letter from a reader who is an Obama fan. I told him that this is a great country. Anyone can vote for any candidate and he doesn’t have to give a reason. I added that I have many reasons for not giving the Senator my vote. If David Bowman is reading the paper today, here are some of them. Comment.
Williamsburg

A BRITISHER’S VIEW - The ‘Green Church’ could have been saved

“For the love of money is the root of all evil…” [Timothy 6:10]. Comment.
Williamsburg

CONSUMERS’ CORNER

It’s Halloween, so let’s take a look at some of the tricks n treats Brooklyn has to offer shoppers this week. Comment.

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