Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Does anyone else find it interesting that the more hate and venom the left tries to spread against our president and other normal thinking Americans the more foolish they appear? Do these leeches in Washington, and here in our home state, more
Letter to the Editor: As your City Council president for the last four years, I have continuously worked for the betterment of the residents of the city of Cranston. I fully admit that in carrying out the responsibilities of my office, I have been known more
To the Editor, Our plates are full, friends. People are sad that distant learning will continue in many states for the remainder of the school year. Our empathy is strong for every graduating senior who will quietly receive a mailed diploma rather than more
To the Editor: The news articles depicting the Convention Center using taxpayer funds for retirement parties, alcohol and travel for non- employees is appalling. That management paid these bills without documentation is negligence and borders on more
To the Editor: OK, being housebound is not the best means of maintaining sanity. And a number of the neighbors may well be aghast at the suggestion, but the suggestion, however insane, needs to be made. I am sick and tired of writing Meshanticut Valley more
By HAROLD M. METTS We face unprecedented challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which also revealed the alarming disparities faced by our most vulnerable populations. The old adage remains true: "e;When the economy gets a cold, the Black and Brown more
To the Editor: On behalf of the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island and the individuals and families we serve, we feel compelled to respond to President Trump's statement regarding brain injury when addressing reporters in Switzerland last more
To the Editor, "e;Testing, testing, testing"e; chanted Speaker Nancy Pelosi on a recent Sunday morning gasbag show. Her mantra is echoed by elected officials and public health bureaucrats including our own governor, Gina Raimondo. I keep wondering testing more
Most people live in boxes upon Boxes like gerbils in cages, While others live in fortresses upon rocks And plan everyone's lives through the ages. The media and Hollywood love these wanna be stars Who spout their views For all to hear, While the unknowns more
To the Editor: In a Wall Street Journal article dated Nov. 22, 2019, on the subject of robocall scammers originated by criminals who prey on elderly people to transfer their assets to the perpetrator, a psychologist who is an expert on law enforcement more
To the Editor: Since March, the daily counts of coronavirus deaths and infections measure our well being. Our health is now unquestionably our top concern. Once the virus is controlled, however, public health must remain our top priority. If the false more
By RAYMOND POWRIE, MD We are in the midst of some particularly unsettling days in an already very unsettling time. Some prediction models of the pandemic suggested that this week would be the apex of the 'surge' in COVID-19 cases for Rhode Island. The more
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