Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:This month, I had the honor of representing Rhode Island on Capitol Hill by traveling to Washington, D.C., with more than 700 of my fellow American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network … more
To the Editor: Regarding your editorial in the Warwick Beacon on September 28, “The truly disgraceful stance,” I would like to address two issues.First, racism is completely unacceptable … more
To the Editor:Thank you and thanks again to all my Warwick friends, members of my family, and the West Warwick Service Center for the incredible “90th Birthday, 9/11/17” celebrations. … more
To the Editor: As there is no longer any respect or moral compass left in this deteriorating nation and as most of its inhabitants are unenlightened halfwits, why are we so concerned regarding these overpaid and undereducated imbeciles of the NFL? If any more
To the Editor:Retired teacher Jeffery Miner’s letter, “Teachers made up the Union” (Beacon 9/14/17), facetiously questioned my knowledge that the teachers constitute the union. Let … more
To the Editor: The Graham-Cassidy bill is an extreme proposal that would increase costs for older Americans with an age tax, cut coverage, and price gouge people with pre-existing conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Graham-Cassidy would more
To the Editor: Sam Parente (in his letter Sept. 19) ranted about so-called vile acts against his beloved president. Parente said, How has this madness in our country come about? How has the violence and chaos progressed to this manic level? None of this" more
To the Editor: The utter hatred directed by the progressive left at our president must be egregiously shocking to the vast number of good and decent people of this country. They see revolting … more
To the Editor: Are you ready for the new Math-iello? I applauded the Rhode Island Legislature for finally doing something about the unfair and regressive automobile tax. The taxpayers can now expect to get their own money back. I haven't followed the more
To the Editor: In a recent Beacon, Mr. Jim Morgan took issue with my article on the Apponaug Roundabout, asking where did I get my information, as he states his history of living in France and England argue against the differences. Well, I did get this more
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