Keyword: editorial
10 results total, viewing 1 - 10
If you spent last week like we did - watching incredulously as terror seized a grip on the nation's capital - then it may be difficult to process the emotions and repercussions of what it all means, now and going forward. It may also be difficult to keep more
By HAROLD M. METTS When Martin Luther King gave his famous address on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, he memorably said, "I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be more
To the Editor: With regard to Mike Lester's political cartoon which appeared in the ProJo on Dec. 11, apparently he believes President Trump invented presidential pardons. Lester would do well for himself to take out a few books from his local library on more
By RANDALL A. JACKVONY The election of 2020 was vastly different than any we have previously experienced. With the contentious election complete, it is natural to want to leave it all behind and let our newly elected leaders start their work. But it is more
The holiday season is beloved in part because it is a time where magic seems to be possible and suspension of traditional beliefs comes naturally. After all, who's to say it's impossible for a small, isolated group of reindeer located far from humanity's more
By MICHAEL L. FRIEDMAN To members of the Planning Board, City Council, and the citizens of Cranston, please accept this letter as our written testimony in support of the proposed Cranston Crossing project at Mulligan's Island. As owners of Mulligan's for more
Presidential candidates have long been known to try anything to win an election. The only "e;clean election"e; was the first one, where George Washington spent his entire campaign budget to purchase liquor to serve to his potential voters. (Perhaps the more
Television critics know the idiom "e;jumping the shark"e; well, which comes from a 1977 episode of "e;Happy Days,"e; where Fonzie inexplicably jumps over a captive shark on water skis while wearing swim shorts and his trademark leather jacket - while serving no more
By ROBERT HOUGHTALING Dear Parents and Caregivers of Children, What better time will there be to encourage young learners to make mistakes? All too often we create cultures that promote not doing so. Unfortunately, this often leads to kids seeking to more
To the Editor, How do you vote for President? Do you vote on family influence, party affiliation, lesser of the two unacceptable, media influence, personality of a candidate, party platforms, candidate's stand on current issues, or the need for change more
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.