Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:At the November 20 Democratic debate, Senator Sanders said: “What the scientists are telling us, if we don’t get our act together within the next eight or nine years, … more
To the Editor:As the circus sideshow continues with the Democrats and their impeachment witchhunt more of their own corruption, lies and hate are sure to be exposed.We all know that our leadership … more
To the Editor: Imagine the RI State Veterinarian and the RISPCA demanding to enter your home without a search warrant and if you denied them access being fined $350 per day until they obtained a search warrant. The legislation was House Bill No. 5297 more
To the Editor:America is being sold a bill of goods by the media. Most know that by now, but for those of you who don’t, let me lay it out for you. The swamp in Washington never would accept an … more
To the Editor: For years, so many of us had taken Benny's for granted. Who would have thought our favorite store would not be around forever? Benny's, you gave us no warning. We were shocked, blindsided. What would happen to us? Where would we shop now? more
To the Editor: I am a secondary education English major at Rhode Island College (RIC), minoring in rhetoric in writing. To complete my minor, I had to undergo an internship that naturally had an emphasis on rhetoric and writing. In one of my undergrad more
To the Editor:Nationwide, fall is known as “Walk Season” for the Alzheimer’s Association, as local chapters gear up for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s events that are the … more
To the Editor: Although the 2020 General Election is about 13 months away, now is the time to examine all the candidates and their response to the issues that we deem important. With the proper review of each we should then be well informed to vote in more
To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Fresh Air host families and volunteer leaders Rhode Island. Because of their dedication and commitment, thousands of children from New York City's low-income communities participated in more
To the Editor: Raimondo's contract renewal proposal with International Gaming Technology is a classic example of a politician putting corporate interests first at the expense of the taxpayers. It comes as no surprise to see IGT donated $150,000 to the more
To the Editor: School shootings have been on the rise since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. Although school shootings are classified as rare, they are beginning to become more frequent. Since the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, more
To the Editor: When I was growing up I remember fathers portrayed on television as intelligent, hardworking and faithful. They were depicted as the head of the family and were always present to give counsel to their children. They were not portrayed as more
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