Armed and Dangerous Update—Guards Also Posted at Executive Editors’ Homes

Armed and Dangerous Update—Guards Also Posted at Executive Editors’ Homes

The Rockland County Times confirms that guards were hired and remain posted in front of the homes of Journal News President Janet Hasson and Journal News Executive Editor Cynthia Lambert, alias CynDee Royle. The home of a lower level editor visited by the Rockland County Times did not have a guard posted. Previously the presence of […]

Letter to Editor

MAY YOU INHERIT ALL THEIR SANE READERS To the editor, The New York Journal News believes knowing where guns are is in the public’s interest. In full disclosure that paper should now provide a layout of its business showing where each armed guard is located, plus additional information such as what they are packing and […]

A Crime and Justice Wish List for 2013

BY DIANE DIMOND Where do I even begin with my annual Wish List for the New Year? Because the fog of despair still hangs over us from the elementary school shooting in Connecticut — and because the list of individually meaningless gun-control ideas continues to grow — I’m compelled to start there. I fervently hope […]

What You Don’t Know About the Agenda-Driven Journalists in Your Neighborhood

What You Don’t Know About the Agenda-Driven Journalists in Your Neighborhood

Editors at Journal News taking heat from coast to coast for interactive map listing gun permit holders’ names and addresses. First Amendment protects local publication’s war against second amendment BY DYLAN SKRILOFF In the wake of the Newtown massacre, the bright lights at Gannett’s The Journal News decided it was high time to criminalize ordinary, […]

An Unarmed Population is the Greater Danger

BY ANTHONY MELÉ I have withheld specific comment until the investigation of the rampage by the alleged perpetrator in Colorado, whose name I refuse to print,* yields more technical facts about this individual case. As more facts are released, I will contribute a trained perspective to help make some sense of it all for us. […]