Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: The news is filled with stories of men inappropriately touching and sexually harassing women. It's caused me to wonder, what gives men the right to do this? Why do you think you can touch us whenever you want or make suggestive remarks: a more
To the Editor: Many of my writings have praised Rhode Island for its primacy in such positive spheres as religious liberty, political independence, and industrialization. However, the current controversy regarding the sexual misconduct of Minnesota more
To the Editor: On November 16 Robert Flanders declared his candidacy for the U.S. Senate challenging Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. What stunned me was Flanders’ admission of voting for Donald … more
To the Editor: The past month has been an emotional roller coaster in my quest for a kidney donor. I shared my story with family, friends and my community by sending out letters and flyers. This information was also shared on social media, which more
To the Editor: As a result of the police shooting on an I-95 ramp in Providence that left the driver dead and his passenger seriously wounded newspapers are full of letters to the editor and radio talk show callers expressing outrage at killing a" more
While I truly hope the Pawtucket Red Sox will continue for years to come, as a state senator who has to vote on a publicly backed stadium, I have a responsibility to protect the public interest. The … more
To the Editor: The states that comprise the northeast section of the United States are populated by people who predominantly vote Democrat. Euphemistically, these states are called blue" states. These states would probably change color to purple or red" more
Dear Kevin, I believe you can hear me in spirit what I am about to write. In the spring of 1968 I was 4 years old and was on top of the handlebars of your sister Mimi's bike riding down Lyndon Road very fast in Edgewood. I only have a fleeting memory of more
To the Editor: You know you're an extreme liberal if the president's pardoning of Sheriff Joe Arpaio upset you, but former President Obama setting free 1,700 criminals from jail and jihadists from Gitmo did not. Or, you can claim you support free speech, more
To the Editor: The heck with all these politics at football games. Football players should just play football. Stirring up crap at a game could result in violence or a riot. Let's all just get along. David Rourke Warwick more
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