Editorial
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What's rarer than an April snowstorm spitting cotton ball-sized flakes onto our heads the day after a sunny, near-60-degree Easter Sunday? Bipartisanship in our government, of course. While Rhode Island Republicans and Democrats probably have more in more
The gospels of Matthew and Mark identify the place where Jesus prayed shortly before his betrayal by Judas and then later his trial and crucifixion as Gethsemane. Jesus was accompanied by three of his followers, Peter, John and James, more
The most discussed and polarizing issue of our modern society is no longer a matter of opinion, as over two million people participated in more than 800 marches and rallies across the nation on … more
Few professions can provoke the full range of emotions, from unflinching respect and trust to belligerent distrust and anger, as law enforcement. With over 900,000 law enforcement officers in the country, it would be foolish to assume that each more
It may be poor timing to pen this editorial in advance of what could be this winter's worst snow storm yet - less than a week from the first official day of spring, no less. However not all warm and fuzzy feelings are derived from weather, and the first more
It says something about the direction of our society that we need to organize special events in order to be able to get together and have civilized discussions about the direction of our state, but that is exactly where we find ourselves. While we don't more
In the ongoing debate about gun control in America – how much is too little, how much is too much – the shift of legislative and judicial balance has historically tilted in favor of the Second … more
Unfortunately, sometimes it takes a tragedy before meaningful changes are made that could have prevented such a tragedy in the first place. In reference to the tragic Station Night Club Fire, … more
To the Editor: The State of Rhode Island is experiencing a budget shortfall and one of the ways by which the state intends to close the gap is by adjusting" the rates it is paying providers of residential care for youth involved with the Department of" more
In the 1999 comedy “Office Space,” the main protagonist Peter Gibbons struggles to exist in a bleak corporate landscape while working as a low-level programmer in a large, fictional tech … more
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