Tattle-talers in the Tombs: The plot thickens

The Rockland County Sheriff’s Office has endured the critical eye of close examination by the Rockland Voice editorial board writers in recent weeks.   For the sake of good order and in the best public interest, we turn that same eagle eye to those making the accusations.  Fair is fair. The obvious reason...
Posted On Mar 02 2017

State of the Union Address: Americanism Arrived

The first State of the Union Address by the 45th President of the United States announced the arrival of Americanism.  The President was selling the idea that it feels good to be an American and Americans are buying it. In front of the entire nation, he sincerely asked the U.S. Congress to join forces with him to...
Posted On Mar 01 2017

The Tyrant In The Tombs. Part 3 – Call A Plumber Lawsuits Are Flooding Sheriff Falco’s Jail

Recently there has been yet another interesting turn of events in Sheriff Falco’s Rockland County Jail which has been the subject of several articles in Rockland Voice. The first article was a Letter to Rockland Voice written by several retired and resigned corrections officers. It was followed by a second...

An American Principle – The Bonding Process

Letter To The Editor Rockland Voice An American Principle: The Bonding Process By Peter M. Bradley Why has the Rockland County Democratic Party lost their bond and trust with the residents of Clarkstown and Rockland? I consider myself to be a good friend of Julie Globus, yet I feel it necessary to respond to her...
Posted On Feb 20 2017

Walking A Fine Line

Letter To Editor Rockland Voice Subject: The Garvey Affect – The Takeaway By Julie D. Globus “The ultra orthodox Hasidic community’s abusive treatment of women is epic. In that community, women must separate themselves from men, must dress as they are told, are forced into arranged marriages, can not...
Posted On Feb 18 2017

Today In History – February 17, 1801 Thomas Jefferson Is Elected 3rd President Of The U.S.

On February 17 1801, the House broke an Electoral College stalemate to elect Thomas Jefferson of Virginia as the nation’s third president. Jefferson’s hard-won victory served as the climax to one of the most rancorous presidential campaigns in U.S. history and resolved a constitutional crisis. The 1800 election...
Posted On Feb 17 2017

Policy of Commonsense: Mr. Trump Goes to Washington

In a far cry from the classic Frank Capra film “Mr. Deeds goes to Washington” starring Jimmy Stewart as the sympathetic, wide eyed idealist turned overnight Senator clashing face first into the reality of Washington power politics; President Trump came out swinging at the sound of the bell, knocking...
Posted On Feb 09 2017

The Tyrant In The Tombs – Part 2 – The Tomb Of Exile

A few months ago, the editors of Rockland Voice published a letter that was written by corrections officers who had either recently retired or had resigned as Rockland County Corrections Officers. In the letter, they described how they were forced to leave their employment with the Bureau of Corrections because of...

President Trump’s first 100 Hours – A Profile in Courage

Literally hours after being sworn in as the 45th Chief Executive of the United States of America, President Donald J. Trump went straight to work to fulfill his word given to the American people.  The first 100 hours of the Trump Administration  can be described as a profile in courage. Political pundits alongside...
Posted On Jan 29 2017