Letters to the editor
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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: Unions are decrying the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Janus vs. AFSCME case that says public employees cannot be forced to pay union fees" that are used to support causes with which they do not agree. What law allows government" more
To the Editor: To the thousands of Johnston residents in District IV and V who were not given a chance to fight the construction of the Citizens Bank Campus, and are suffering a huge change to … more
To the Editor: I wake up shaking and sweating I cannot sleep. I am sick to my stomach. I pace the floor and cannot stop crying. There is no way I can work. I can not think of anything else. … more
To the Editor: On a hot July 1, Father Bob Rochon walked his last walk down the aisle of the 102 year old St. Brigid’s church on 1231 Plainfield St. in Johnston. It was the official closing date … more
To the Editor: During Governor Raimondo's photo op signing of the driver licenses for dreamers act, one young lady who was interviewed declared herself an undocumented American." If you were born in another country and your parents are foreign nationals" more
To the Editor: Last week, eBay notified its users that there is a movement within the States to impose a sales tax on purchases made on the internet in order to make a level playing field" for local retailers and that appeals to the Deep State advocates" more
To the Editor:“Hillary Clinton’s 506-page memoirs has come out. So much of her personality shines through, that in the end, you, too, will want to sleep with an intern.” ~ Craig … more
To the Editor: Why is it when industries move into town creating new revenues our taxes never go down? I recently submitted a few questions to the clerk's office regarding contracts but was told I would have to pay a fee to retrieve the information that more
To the Editor: Today I write because we have reached a turning point in Rhode Island. This turning point is being led by the students who are tired, scared, and sickened at the fact that we still witness kids our ages dying. To some this may be a radical more
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