Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: During last week’s DNC, one of the props used by the Democrats was Khizr Khan. His son, Captain Humayun Khan, was killed while serving in the U.S. Army in 2004. Mr. Khan expressed … more
To the Editor: The recent decision by the Ethics Commission to impose a 90-day moratorium on ethics complaints during election season is antithetical to sound policy and judgment. The alleged … more
To the Editor: On March 22, 1765 the British parliament passed “The Stamp Act,” a tax on newspapers, mortgages, contracts and many more paper items. Every American colonist felt the sting that … more
To the Editor: I enjoyed your recent article about the “new” Dave’s Marketplace at Hoxsie Four Corners. Eight years ago I moved to the Riverview area from Cowesett. I had been shopping at … more
To the Editor: Hillary has a new campaign motto: “Yes, She Kaine.” But we all know she can’t … She “Kaine” cheat and lie. She “Kaine” deny the facts on Benghazi. She … more
To the Editor: I would like to respond to Mr. Robert Shorr about the article he wrote titled “This has got to stop” to the Beacon, which was posted on July 26, 2016. I don’t have a … more
To the Editor: I was pleased to participate in the ribbon cutting for Rhode Island Housing's new Help Center located in Warwick on Monday, July 25. As a member of the board of commissioners of Rhode Island Housing, I am proud of the work this agency does more
To the Editor: It appears that there is a growing epidemic in this country and around the world regarding hatred and violence. Referring to the shooting in Dallas, the massacre in Nice, France, and the recent violence in Baton Rouge, La., or the killing more
To the Editor: Why do temperatures continue to rise every year? Why are we fearful of and denying immigrants the opportunity for a safer and better life? Why are we fighting war after war, destroying cultures, killing innocents, and creating hatred? Why more
To the Editor: I am writing to publicly applaud Rhode Island Education Commissioner Ken Wagner's recent decision on sparing 10th and 11th graders from Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing. Commissioner Wagner more
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