October 31, 2014

On Nov. 4, Rhode Islanders will have the opportunity to vote on whether or not they wish to convene a Constitutional Convention (Con Con). We stand on the brink of a dangerous precipice. If Question 3 is approved, the floodgates will be opened to out-of-state special interests, and our Constitution could be radically …

This year’s general election will feature seven extremely important referenda question … More
Our state is fortunate to have a plethora of very good, highly qualified candidates … More
CONGRESS- 2nd DISTRICT Incumbent Congressman James Langevin has a Republican opponent … More
As a private citizen, I support having a constitutional convention and take issue with … More
When we moved to Rhode Island in 1965, the fledgling Trinity Repertory Company and the … More
Editorial Cartoon
Return to First Principles
Steve Frias
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Meri R. Kennedy
Write of Way
Meg Fraser
Bea Lanzi
As past Chair/Member of the Cranston Public Library (CPL) Board of Trustees, I ask that … More
By DAVID M. DOOLEY President, University of Rhode Island Recently, the University … More
In a recent commentary in the Providence Journal, engineer Andrew Aitkin, retired vice … More
Warwick, Johnston and Cranston have undergone a particularly difficult week or so, due to … More
On Sept. 29, I had the great pleasure of joining President Rosanne Somerson of the Rhode … More
Letters to the Editor

In 2008, as the country’s attention was focused on swing states, I was working in Boston with the Asian Community Development Corporation. Our organization’s offices housed a polling site, right in the heart of Boston’s Chinatown.

I remember that Election Day more than I remember any other Election Day — even …

To the Editor: To the voters of Senate District 30: I was on West Shore Road the … More
To the Editor: On Election Day, Rhode Islanders will be asked to vote on Question 5, … More
To the Editor: As we approach the November 4 General Election, I especially would like … More
To the Editor: On November 4 you will be asked to decide if our schools should be … More
To the Editor: Rhode Island’s quasi-public agencies, such as the RI Airport … More
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