Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Almost two weeks have passed since Donald Trump’s upset victory on election night. Like many Americans, in fact the majority, I question “what is next?” Since … more
To the Editor: Who among us has not been seduced by the allure of the mob? I know I have. Everyone wants to join a mob; you just have to find the right one. As a young hippy I rode the waves of mobs that protested the war in Vietnam and Cambodia. We had more
To the Editor:President Obama called Donald Trump’s victory “the usual zig and zag of politics,” as if nothing unusual is taking place. He is either whistling past the … more
To the Editor: This Thanksgiving, please keep indigenous people in your minds and hearts. Do not forget about their struggle. Be aware that on Thanksgiving, the United American Indians of New … more
To the Editor: I heard the word liar used quite often during this campaign season by individuals who support one candidate or the other. When I hear someone mention that the candidate is a liar, I wonder if that individual ever told a few white lies or more
To the Editor: I write this letter to offer my support to House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello in the upcoming election. Speaker Mattiello has, and continues to be an advocate for the senior … more
To the Editor: In response to Barry H. Nordin’s grueling question, “Who will stop Trump?” the answer appears to be “Trump will stop Trump.” Since Mr. Nordin assumed that I would be … more
To the Editor: I am happy to report the Hiring Our Heroes veterans job fair last week in Warwick was a great success. Over 100 veterans and military spouses participated, with more than 40 veterans receiving job offers at the fair. This was an increase more
To the Editor: I am standing on the deck of a sinking ship named Rhode Island, and though it is the strength of our people and of our hope that has so far kept her from foundering, a new weather pattern forming on the horizon may cause a wind to blow, more
To the Editor: Because of its location and size, Rhode Island should fund the repair of its bridges and roads by reducing its tax on gasoline and diesel fuel to 20 cents per gallon. Every RI driver, (private and business), would save 16 cents per gallon. more
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