Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Even a very casual observer to the Washington political scene has to notice that last week's publication of a letter by an anonymous author to the New York Times marks a new low in the discourse over who is to govern our country. It would more
To the Editor: We're extremely concerned over here in Edgewood that the council is summarily ignoring our pleas that we do not want another gas station in Edgewood adding more traffic to our one egress road out of the neighborhood. We have one road to more
To the Editor: Freedom of speech? We, the people, of this great nation have freedom of speech, but not freedom of thoughts, beliefs and actions that don't coincide with the mainstream media, Hollywood, academia and the progressive liberal left Democrats. more
To the Editor: For whom is it a problem to control the price of American oil? President Trump - rejecting our allies' advice (especially Israel's) and offering no evidence for why he deems the verifiable international accord to swap Iranian oil for more
To the Editor: The 1960s were a terrible time in our nation's history, marked by the Vietnam War, the assassinations of President Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the assassinations of Martin Luther more
To the Editor: Candidate for governor Matt Brown has a plan that should turn the head of every person who cares about the environment and climate change. By 2035, Matt's renewable energy plan will build twice as much wind, solar and hydropower as Rhode more
To the Editor: As an active Republican I wish to comment on the upcoming primary election. In my local area in Hopkinton we have only two competitive races on the ballot, that of United States Senator and Rhode Island Governor. I will be voting for more
To the Editor: We have state roads such as Rte. 14 and Rte. 5 that pass through Johnston and Cranston. But, when the state fails in its responsibility to properly maintain them, in cleaning or water drainage, why shouldn't Mayor Polisena or Mayor Fung more
To the Editor: Money is the root all of evil. That statement is never truer than in RI Politics. You can call corporate donations Pay to Play" or "Corporate Influence" or "Favor for a Favor" or any other term. But let's call it what it is: Bribery. Pure" more
To the Editor: U.S. Attorney General Sessions is acting more like a modern day Pied Piper. The Bureaucrat Rats continue to run through the halls of government with impunity! C. Christopher Sirr Warwick more
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