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“Do to us what you will and we will still love you... But be assured that we’ll wear you down by our capacity to suffer, and one day we will win our freedom.” Dr. Martin … more
I once told a group of parents that pre-school prepares kids for the elementary grades, which in turn gets them ready for Middle School and from there to Senior High. Then it is off to college. … more
Fellow Rhode Islanders, as my term as governor concludes, it is time to reflect on the last four years. I inherited a Rhode Island in disarray and faced many challenges. What I learned over my public … more
When Senator Diane Feinstein, Chairwoman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence decided to release the 500-page summary report on so called “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques” she … more
New Haven, Connecticut is a city rich in history and New England heritage, home to the Ivy League Yale, the arts, and some of the country’s most renowned pizza. All that being true, homelessness … more
Many Rhode Islanders value their local lakes, ponds, and streams, but many may not know about the silent threat that has invaded these freshwater bodies and how they could be potentially … more
It is essential that the United States, the most important defender of the free world, not cripple itself through misguided energy choices. Many nations follow the U.S. on energy policy, so even … more
The U.S. Special Committee on Aging continues to direct its investigative spotlight on phone scams involving re-loadable prepaid debit card. The recent joint hearing is the third in a series of … more
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