Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: As a member of the Johnston Historical Society, and on the Board of Directors of this non-profit organization whose historical influence in the town of Johnston is of great importance, I wish to thank Pete Fontaine and the Johnston Sun more
To the Editor:Neatly tucked away on page 11 of the April 4 Providence Journal, the headline proclaims “R.I., others sue U.S over census question.” The reasoning, according to A.G. … more
To the Editor: Wake-up America, in 2017 alone, over 900,000 innocent unborn babies were aborted in the United States. While worldwide the number of fellow babies killed by abortion was approximately 56 million. The number of innocent babies being more
To the Editor: As a mother of a teenage girl, I understand the tremendous pressures young women face every day. We are constantly bombarded with images of perfect women with perfect hair, makeup and bodies. Those bodies are often tanned and toned. And more
Open Letter to State Representatives: The press - print, radio and television - has been exhaustively covering the 911 system debacle. This is an issue that all elected officials can work on together. A state-of-the-art 911 system is a totally more
To the Editor:The letter published on March 20, 2018, titled “Health registry bills should be permanently put to rest,” contained a number of important inaccuracies.Most significantly, … more
To the Editor: The top echelon of the Republican Party have a worried demeanor evident when being questioned by the various media as the President seems more and more intent on discarding Democracy as the pillar of Americas' existence. The announcements more
To the Editor: I spent August of 2007 till June 2008 in Baghdad, Iraq. I was a member of the 65th Public Affairs Operations Center. We were a Public Affairs Unit attached to the Media Outlets in Iraq. We performed various function mostly working with more
To the Editor: Rhode Islanders have seen a steady erosion of basic human rights in the areas of medical informed consent and health care choice. The slow but consistent usurpation of core rights is multifaceted, manifesting in a paternalistic statewide more
To the Editor: Recent press coverage of the inadequacies of the 911 system aroused my interest. As Chairman of the Coventry Fire District, and a nurse practitioner, I have a personal stake in protecting my taxpayers and patients. I contacted more
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