Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: As a result of the police shooting on an I-95 ramp in Providence that left the driver dead and his passenger seriously wounded newspapers are full of letters to the editor and radio talk show callers expressing outrage at killing a" more
To the Editor: Our nation's liberal traitors have long sought to undermine the American values expressed in our Declaration of Independence and Constitution. Leftists have had their greatest successes in undermining American values on the nation's more
To the Editor: We can stop climate change. Recent breakthroughs and ongoing innovation have given us the tools we need to fix the problem. We don't have to wait for new discoveries before we start. We can start now, which is good because, at this point more
To the Editor: There were not many in attendance (about 25) on Wednesday, Nov. 29 when the Warwick School Committee presented their $85,000,000 bond request to the City Council. It was impressive. I watched them cart in eight bankers boxes filled with more
To the Editor: The Greatest Generation of our family, in my opinion, started with Louise and Harold Whalley from Saylesville, Lincoln and Annie and George Wright of Pawtucket, my grandparents. They instilled the love of country in their children. When more
To the Editor:As I was driving past St. Kevin Church on Sandy Lane in Warwick, on October 12, I noticed the church’s marquee. It said, “Take a knee for God. Stand for the flag.”This … more
To the Editor:The sad saga of poor leadership by the Warwick School Committee and the Superintendent of Schools continues.The latest travesty is the School Committee’s search for $1.3M to cover … more
On numerous nights before Christmas, In Providence's Collier Park, People gather together And stand around in the dark. Mr. Picozzi is NOT nestled All snug in his bed. For Frank has other ideas Dancing around in his head. The time is 8:20 pm. Cars and more
To the Editor: Every homeowner and business owner in Warwick is held hostage by a small group of persons who control $167 million yearly to educate 9,977 students. And this week, these sorry taxpayers had to witness a teacher sickout" so that multiple" more
To the Editor: On November 16 Robert Flanders declared his candidacy for the U.S. Senate challenging Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. What stunned me was Flanders’ admission of voting for Donald … more
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