Dear Editor:

 As expected, we got a hyperbolic reaction from Moshe Hill to former President Trump’s conviction. But for all the accusations of a politically-motivated prosecution, the response appears to just be political posturing. If not, why does Mr. Hill mischaracterize almost every aspect of the case?

Deadly Power

Dear Editor:

“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” One’s sense of morality decreases as power increases. It is not only that power corrupts, but the fear of losing power corrupts those who wield it. This is absolutely the state of President Biden, puppeteer by President Obama, Senator Schumer, and the majority of the Democratic Party. The Democrats are so desperate to retain power that they have abandoned all the beliefs on which this country stands and are willing to destroy our country to stay in control of the government.

One Year

Dear Editor:

 One year=12 months=52 weeks=365 days. When we refer to a baby’s first year, we joyously count the months when he/she turns over, crawls, takes the first step, or says, “Mama” or “Dada”. When we count the first year of aveilus, however, we count the first Yom Tov, birthday, Mother’s Day, or Father’s Day that the person isn’t with us.

Dear Editor:

In the May 9 issue of the Queens Jewish Link, Izzo Zwiren’s article “B’Rov Am Hadras Melech” and AY’s Letter to the Editor “Don’t Mistakenly Vote Anti-Israel in Primary Elections” both have suggestions on how we should cast our votes for President in the upcoming June 25 primary elections.

Top Three Reasons for Joining the Celebrate Israel Parade

Dear Editor:

 Three top reasons for joining the annual Celebrate Israel Parade this coming Sunday, June 2, beginning at 11:30 a.m. (East 62nd to 74th Streets on Fifth Avenue), complete with tight security:

Dear Editor:

Are you tired of our governor standing by and watching Hamas take control of our college campuses? Please join me and send an e-mail to www.governor.ny.gov/content/governor-contact-form (you can also get this just by Googling Hochul’s email) to tell Governor Hochul that we, the voters, are not okay with silence. We are not okay with the Governor’s idleness, and she must act now so that Jewish students are not harassed for being Jewish. We New Yorkers have had enough. We must take back our streets with our voices and our votes. We are strong. We are united. We are proud to be part of the Jewish family.