Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: It's always bittersweet when a school year comes to an end. Looking back and realizing it's over. Remembering the days that seemed to go on forever, but still wondering how it all passed so quickly. Time flies when you're busy. more
To the Editor: America seems to be at some kind of crossroad. The element researchers identify as a unifying feature of Trump voters is race. This was even more important than the abortion issues. The trouble is that the word race" means nothing. It was" more
To the Editor:Make no mistake about it, America: abortion as it stands is a human rights issue, since the unborn baby in the womb is a “real-live person” with their own body, DNA, … more
To the Editor: It is hard to find an appropriate comparison? I consider the iconic remains of Greece or Rome. What if the last of the stone remains of these civilizations were removed for progress" so that it would be easy to totally forget the lives of" more
To the Editor: On July 22, 2018, I wrote a letter to the editor of the Providence Journal after President Trump's ludicrous performance with Russian President Putin at the Helsinki summit. I quoted former CIA Director John Brennan who asked, Republican" more
To the Editor: I was quite impressed when I read your article about DOT's road and safety improvements in our Greenwood neighborhood. This is a long time coming and will improve the look and feel driving, may increase cycling, jogging and walking along more
To the Editor: Mr. Stephen Kirby came out of retirement to Cedar Hill Elementary a few months into the school year in the midst of some administrative turmoil. There was confusion, resentment and frustration at all levels within the school and with the more
To the Editor:Re: Israel Fact No. 1: According to The Times of Israel, July 26, 2018, “Israel looks at massive military aircraft purchase from U.S. firm Boeing: $11 billion deal, to be paid … more
To the Editor: I am writing to thank publicly Representative Joe Shekarchi for sponsoring legislation to allow alleged tortfeasors to settle their liability in the pension cases involving the St. Joseph's nurses and staff. I represent pro bono over 250 more
To the Editor: Deaths by starvation, from cholera, by drones and bombs, and now the deaths by bombing of children on a school bus. This is reality in Yemen. And I am the only candidate for the U.S. Senate from Rhode Island who has objected to this more
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