Editorial
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A common saying for procrastinators everywhere is that “we’ll cross that bridge when we get there.” Well, the bridge is here, it’s possibly irreparably broken, and … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: The Washington Bridge saga took a noteworthy turn when state officials this week declined to rule out the possible demolition of the westbound portion of the bridge. If such a … more
To the Editor, Last May, Representative Joe Shekarchi sponsored an exciting new presence in Rhode Island, the Life Science Hub. The Hub is where biotech companies that wish to set up shop in … more
To the Editor, To the collectivists in this country (i e the Progressives and the Liberals) Trump will always be considered the Howard Roark ( from Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead) of politics - to … more
To the Editor: The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a man of God. As Lorraine Potter-Cooper reminds us, his “Christian faith was the power source for his life’s work and his … more
To the Editor, On Thursday, Jan 11, 2024, at the International Court of Justice in the Netherlands, South African delegates presented their charge of Gazan genocide against Israel and the next … more
Sometimes we do crazy things with the conviction our pets are so much a part of our world that they must think like we do. I suppose it’s understandable. How is it that they know we could … more
“Don’t touch that bird,” boomed a pronouncement from behind me. I tried looking over my shoulder, but until I turned the rowing scull around I couldn’t see the man in a … more
We have consistently been vocal in the past about the importance of fulfilling your civic duty as American citizens and taking part in your fundamental right to vote, and we will do so again in … more
To the Editor, Climate change advocates should consider these facts: The earth is approximately 4.5 billion years old. Again, that is 4,500,000,000 years old! Most, skewed, climate data that … more
To the Editor, I strongly disagree with your October 27th endorsement of Allan Fung for Congress. Despite his commendable record as mayor of Cranston, the adage that “all politics is … more
STORY OF THE WEEK The out-of-town frame on the CD2 race is mainly about how a potential win by GOP candidate Allan Fung in a Democrat-leaning Rhode Island reflects a tough national outlook for … more
To the Editor, We’ve all heard recently of “fake information,” “fake web sites,” and “fake advertisements.”  They’re all scams intended to get … more
To the Editor, On Nov. 8, Rhode Islanders will have many important choices to make in the voting booths. I ask you to consider voting yes on referendum Question No. 3, the Green Bond. If approved, … more
To Warwick residents, On November 8, Warwick voters will have an unprecedented opportunity to change the educational future of our city.  The vision set forth is to create two completely new … more
The birds do sing,  anyway. The flowers do bloom,   anyway. The waters do move,   anyway. The trees grow leaves,  anyway. The sun also rises,  … more
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