Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:In his February 16 letter to the editor, “Giving Trump an ‘A’ on cabinet selections,” Allan Bucklin has done an excellent job of defending President … more
To the Editor: Let me understand this. Now, the fire inspectors and officials want to investigate the California Warehouse building? Now, we are going to find out what might have caused a fire? What happened to inspecting the building before it is more
To the Editor: My wife and I recently moved to Rhode Island and are enjoying every aspect of our life in the Ocean State. I am blessed to serve as the pastor for St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church and Bethany Ministry in Warwick. I began my ministry more
To the Editor: I would like to invite all veterans and military spouses in the area to attend the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Hiring Our Heroes hiring fair. More than 50 local and national employers with job openings for veterans and military more
To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of those who voted for me for State Senate on September 13. I am truly honored by your support, and will do all that I can to represent the people of District 30. It has been wonderful to more
To the Editor: I'm Rhue Reis and I am running for U.S. Congress for Rhode Island's 2nd District. I'm the son of Portuguese immigrants. My wife and I have been married for 32 years, we have two daughters and one grandchild. I was a small business owner, more
To the Editor: As 2016 draws to a close, I want to thank the voters of District 15 for placing their confidence and trust in me. Serving you in the House of Representatives is a privilege and an honor. After a hard fought campaign, I am returning to the more
To the Editor:In reading the recent column by Christopher Curran, I was struck by the embedded fear he expressed regarding laws passed by the Obama administration. He believes President Obama … more
To the Editor:Every week around 340 seniors gather at Buttonwoods Community Center to play cards or bingo, and, above all, to socialize. A large portion of the city’s population is 65 or older. … more
To the Editor:Apparently it takes a traitor to summon the “courage” to commutate the sentence of a convicted traitor. Bradley Manning, now called Chelsea after an expensive metamorphosis … more
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