Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: I am extremely proud of a 12-year-old girl I have never met. Her name is Julianne Speyer, and she recently wrote a letter to the editor entitled Sexist comment. Many of you may have seen it circulating on Facebook. Julianne was offended" 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
To the Editor: Within the next few weeks, students across our state will be heading back to school. This means that thousands of them will be traveling to school on the school bus. School buses are some of the largest vehicles on our roadways, driven by more
To the Editor: America seems to be at some kind of crossroad. The element researchers identify as a unifying feature of Trump voters is race. This was even more important than the abortion issues. The trouble is that the word race" means nothing. It was" more
To the Editor: Joe and Joan Q. Public are stunned, as if hammered for slaughter like cattle, with the metamorphosis of the Democrat party. Members who are progressives have made serious inroads to the party's agenda so that it is no longer the party of more
To the Editor: There is a surgical procedure that is performed on young girls in over 30 countries, 27 African countries, Indonesia, Iraq Kurdistan and Yemen. It is called female genital mutilation. The practice attempts to control women's more
To the Editor:Re: Israel Fact No. 1: According to The Times of Israel, July 26, 2018, “Israel looks at massive military aircraft purchase from U.S. firm Boeing: $11 billion deal, to be paid … more
To the Editor: When we say the pledge of allegiance we dedicate ourselves to the Republic and the principles that undergird its foundation. These founding principles include: freedom of speech and press, equal justice under the law, no person is above more
To the Editor:At the Warwick Public Library, we are trying something new this summer, and the Beacon has really been supportive in getting the word out.Last Thursday’s article, “Library … more
To the Editor: Unions are decrying the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Janus vs. AFSCME case that says public employees cannot be forced to pay union fees" that are used to support causes with which they do not agree. What law allows government" more
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