Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: During last week's DNC, one of the props used by the Democrats was Khizr Khan. His son, Captain Humayun Khan, was killed while serving in the U.S. Army in 2004. Mr. Khan expressed outrage that Donald Trump wanted to stop U.S. entry of more
To the Editor: Let's get something straight, those who died in Iraq did not die for their country or in defense of it. They died for an empire challenging its imperial rivals for control of wealth, resources and markets. Khizr Khan asked Donald Trump, more
To the Editor: The present candidates for president don't have the experience, the judgment, the transparency or the conscientiousness to solve the problems facing the United States in today's world. The people of the United States need a candidate who more
To the Editor: I am writing to publicly applaud Rhode Island Education Commissioner Ken Wagner's recent decision on sparing 10th and 11th graders from Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing. Commissioner Wagner more
To the Editor: Jack Reed is in a very embarrassing situation in supporting the use and sale of “cluster bombs,” which have been criticized by humanitarian groups and 119 nations as being … more
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
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