Letters to the editor
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To the Editor, Why you are already a socialist. You can't help, it. You are a system of connected and interacting living things that produce what we think of as individuals. That is a cultural artifact, not a truth. We exist because of a vast more
To the Editor, If there is one good thing that's happened with the COVID-19 virus, is it has brought of us back together again. The disappearing dining room is the one sign of change with the virus. Just a few decades ago, the whole family gathered at more
To the Editor, The Democratic Party's obsession with impeachment may not have caused the coronavirus crisis, but it didn't do anything to prevent it, either. Consider the parallel timelines: During the months when the virus was emerging in Wuhan, China, more
To the Editor: Support for our Law Enforcement has rapidly fallen nationally. Many officers have sustained serious injuries in performing their required duties. There has been rioting protests … more
To the Editor: Often, we hear questions about the role and significance of Chambers of Commerce. "What does the Chamber do?" is a question that you might hear asked in a given community. Although all chambers are not the same, they do offer many of the more
To the Editor: Although it isn't on the news, nearly a hundred families seeking safety in the U.S. from violence and persecution have been locked up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the Berks family detention center in Pennsylvania and two more
To the Editor: Three cheers for Erik Thorp and his spirited defense of the name Rhode Island and Providence Plantations(Name change would dishonor Roger Williams - July 16) Mr. Thorp is correct that calls for a name change are based on ignorance of more
To the Editor: In response to the ever-eroding authority of the U.S. Constitution, some observations can be made. Governors cannot rule a constitutional republic by decree, proclamation, edict, or executive order. To close businesses because of the more
To the Editor: This year, being part of a Walk is taking on a whole new meaning. The Alzheimer's Association's Walk to End Alzheimer's is the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for care, support and research of Alzheimer's and related more
To the Editor: Do we want all our open spaces to be glazed over with grim, lifeless arrays of solar panels? Is an inanimate solar panel preferable to a living tree? I raise those questions after reading the soothing letter of March 19th submitted by more
To the Editor: Make no mistake about it, the COVID-19 virus has plunged our nation and world into a deep serious "darkness." With all the negativity and fear around us, it's easy to fall into the trap of "e;gloom and doom."e; However, this is the time to more
To the Editor: OK, being housebound is not the best means of maintaining sanity. And a number of the neighbors may well be aghast at the suggestion, but the suggestion, however insane, needs to be made. I am sick and tired of writing Meshanticut Valley more
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