Letters to the Editor — May 12, 2021

The Issue: Karol Markowicz’s column on the drive toward “equity,” not excellence, in public schools. Karol Markowicz’s column on eliminating Gifted & Talented courses highlighted the absurd thinking among school administrators (“Class Warfare,” Pos…

Letters to the Editor — May 8, 2021

New York Post readers sound off on our coverage of a Facebook oversight board’s ruling to uphold the company’s ban on former President Donald Trump and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recent remarks on subway safety in NYC.

Letters to the Editor — April 27, 2021

The Issue: This year’s Academy Awards, which saw Anthony Hopkins beat Chadwick Boseman for Best Actor. I completely agree with Johnny Oleksinski’s critique of this year’s Oscars (“Worst Oscars ever could do them in,” April 26). Just three minutes into …

Letters to the Editor — April 25, 2021

A better fix for DC Claims that the residents of Washington, DC, have no real representation are real and can be easily solved, but Democratic leadership will never go for it (“Biden WH wants a 51st star,” April 21). I propose the creation of a smaller…

Letters to the Editor — April 24, 2021

The Issue: The shooting of Ma’khia Bryant by a Columbus, Ohio, cop as she tried to stab another girl. No matter what action police officers take, the matter is scrutinized, suggesting alternate actions to resolve the situation. The Ohio incident is a c…

Letters to the Editor — April 11, 2021

No ticket for TigerI find it incomprehensible that Tiger Woods was not charged with speeding or reckless driving (“Tiger gets free drop,” April 8). The facts warrant it. He was driving at a speed of 87 miles per hour in an area with a 45-mph limit. The…

Letters to the Editor — April 10, 2021

The Issue: The Post’s suggestions on how the city can recover from the pandemic and residents moving away. Conspicuous in its absence from The Post’s advice to heal Gotham is the issue of people working from home (“How new leader can heal Goth­am,” Edi…

Letters to the Editor — April 6, 2021

The Issue: Hunter Biden’s interview with CBS Sunday Morning to promote his new book. When I read about Hunter Biden’s tearful, pathetic interview on CBS Sunday Morning, I could not understand why any news organization would air it, much less help this …

Letters to the Editor — March 28, 2021

Fauci fatigueCount me among the millions of Americans with Fauci fatigue (“Trust Busters,” Glenn Reynolds, PostOpinion, March 19) Dr. Anthony Fauci’s constant goalpost-moving (first saying we needed no masks, then recommending mask mandates, gloves, tw…