Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I take issue with the premise of Christopher Curran on his commentary of Hillary Clinton that she is essentially a liar and cannot be trusted. Ever since the Clintons entered the political scene when Bill Clinton became governor of more
To the Editor: Whatever happened to the good old days when our worst worries on the 4th of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks?  A well-warranted worry, according to the … more
To the Editor: This is a difficult moment and there are no easy answers to the wave of shootings we’ve seen this week in Baton Rouge, Minneapolis, and Dallas. We still don’t have … more
To the Editor: There is more to being a legislator than most candidates know and that many state senators and representatives have ignored and forgotten. They have an oath and vows that they … more
To the Editor: Cranston's Wellington Avenue, the section from Park Avenue to the Providence city line, is in deplorable condition. An extended part of it is cracked into tiny segments and resembles driving over a washboard, to date myself. It is a busy more
To the Editor: The bittersweet fruit of “Fed Up” has ripened on the tree of nationalism, and the first to pick the low hanging fruit of national identity were the voters of Great Britain, … more
To the Editor: The Rhode Island General Assembly recently enacted legislation mandating public schools provide at least 20 minutes of “free play recess” to children from kindergarten through … more
To the Editor: A horrible hate crime has shaken us Americans once again. I wish to remind people, that the crime was targeted against the gay community. Politicians are having a field day blaming … more
To the Editor: Already in 2016, four Rhode Islanders have been killed in domestic violence homicides. In the last 10 years, 54 lives were lost to domestic violence murders in Rhode Island. These tragedies are all the more abhorrent because we know more
To the Editor: Governor Raimondo's solution to failing Rhode Island infrastructure is, of course, foolish. However, there is no disputing the fact that the infrastructure is in ruin. The governor claims there is no money to repair roads, bridges, etc., more
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