Letters to the editor
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Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin touts a new federal consumer protection law, signed into law by President Donald Trump on May 24, 2018, that protects seniors from becoming victims of financial exploitation. more
To the Editor: Most people love Bette Midler's singing but particularly the three songs: The Rose, Wind Beneath My Wings, God Is Watching Us... more
To the Editor:Make no mistake, the ruckus surrounding the nomination of Federal Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is about four things.First, Democrats have become the … more
To the Editor: Politics can be tough to be in actively involved in, especially as a public figure. Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been finding that out. The issue is bigger than Judge Kavanaugh. Politics can be ruthless, and often to most, what to believe is more
To the Editor: Thanks to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse for his scholarly and amazing interrogation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh during the Senate hearing on the 27th. It was astounding! His inquiry, delving into sophomoric musings found in more
To the Editor: Debates are an integral part of our democracy. They have formed the very foundation of how people choose their leaders. Look back at the Lincoln/Douglas debates. How different would America be if Lincoln had not shown himself through those more
To the Editor: Candidate for governor Matt Brown has a plan that should turn the head of every person who cares about the environment and climate change. By 2035, Matt's renewable energy plan will build twice as much wind, solar and hydropower as Rhode more
To the Editor: Please join my team, The Flying Flapdoodles, for the Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, September 16. The Rhode Island ALS Association sponsors this event that brings people together for a fantastic cause, to support ALS research and patient more
Years have passed and I'm still standing here with my hand extended I thought by now that this would have ended Although not everything has stayed the same The corner has become crowded with new faces and new names The world doesn't care who you are It's more
To the Editor: Even a very casual observer to the Washington political scene has to notice that last week's publication of a letter by an anonymous author to the New York Times marks a new low in the discourse over who is to govern our country. It would more
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