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Politics as a profession may be described as being reliant on mastering the difficult duality between offering lofty promises of positive change with the harsh reality of understanding what can feasibly be accomplished by any one person or government more
The line outside the funeral home  Had many standing on their feet  Far out past the parking lot  And to a nearby street.  Folks had come from … more
To the Editor, It’s good that state Sen. Kendra Anderson has endorsed the moratorium on rampant solar development in Warwick(“Working together is the key”, Dec. 2).  I would … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Will 2022 be the year when Covid-19 fades as a public health threat and becomes something more like the seasonal flu? A lot of informed people expect that to be the case. For … more
There's no second take when reporting news, but that's not the way making a film about the news works. I discovered that after getting a call from Forensic Files, the TV and Netflix series that first aired in 1996 featuring stories of how the facts put more
To the Editor, So, once again the time has come for Governor Mc-Kee to enact more tyrannical ‘mandates’ for masks (face diapers), ‘vaccinations’ (experimental … more
As the clock ticks down on 2021, there are reasons to be optimistic and reasons to be cautious regarding a return to “normalcy” in the New Year, whatever that even means anymore in this … more
As the Rhode Island Senate convenes this month, I plan for us to embark upon a transformational session for our state. The federal relief funds distributed to Rhode Island offer a once-in-a-state and … more
To the Editor:  “The recent racist Tweet by Rep. Patricia Morgan has brought international mockery to her and significant local outrage. The details are available to anyone interested. … more
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