Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:“Lincoln’s Chair” by Robert Houghtaling was beautifully written and well expressed for the majority of us who voted for Clinton. When I was a young child, rummaging … more
To the Editor: It is with tears in my eyes that I notify you that Rhode Island has just lost the man whom we believe to be the oldest World War II Veteran in our state. Arthur Jeremiah Latham Jr., a 106-year-old gentleman who achieved the rank of Chief more
To the Editor: Patients suffering from opioid addiction do not start out as drug seekers. Often they were prescribed a painkiller for a physical injury which, over time, lost its efficacy. They turn to street drugs which are cheaper and easier to get in more
To the Editor: Russell Calkins wore many hats in his 65 years - soon he will be 66 - stockbroker, owner of a thriving business in New Orleans and Jupiter, Florida. Russell also has been an Elvis Presley fan since he was a little boy, hence his nickname more
To the Editor: After eight years in the White House, our illustrious president has decided to talk tough to Vladimer Putin's Russia. This is a man who has spent eight years dismantling our defenses and our law enforcement agencies in order for the more
Months of toy making had come to a close, All the readied toys were stacked in endless rows. Days later, Santa and his reindeer were on their way, Leaving behind a North Pole in total disarray. The workshop was littered with straw and scraps of wood, And more
To the Editor: As 2016 draws to a close, I want to thank the voters of District 15 for placing their confidence and trust in me. Serving you in the House of Representatives is a privilege and an honor. After a hard fought campaign, I am returning to the more
An open letter to U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse: This is an open letter to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. Last month Brexit came across the pond and the results were an extraordinary victory for Donald Trump and a stunned and divided nation. Blue-collar more
To the Editor:Requiring homeowners to fix their own sidewalks (“Shared Cost Sidewalk Program Has Few Takers,” Dec. 8) makes about as much sense as it would to charge them for the portion … more
To the Editor: In February of 2016, in the state of Rhode Island, there were 478 children who were not given the privilege of the comfort of a home. They are, instead, living in group homes or shelters. Children are removed from their homes as victims of more
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