Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: When we say the pledge of allegiance we dedicate ourselves to the Republic and the principles that undergird its foundation. These founding principles include: freedom of speech and press, equal justice under the law, no person is above more
To the Editor: I took a walk through Rocky Point the other day for the first time in 50 some years. Sure, as a kid, I'd been there many, many times. The salt water swimming pool on your right hand side as you enter the amusement park. All the rides, more
To the Editor: Recently, I was pleased to be a part of the announcement made by Mayor Solomon that the city will be reopening and re-purposing the Buttonwoods Community Center. This building in the heart of the city is a great community asset that more
To the Editor:I read the article, “Incumbent Calkin fails to get Dem endorsement,” with interest. Senator Calkin is my senator, and I’m very curious about the endorsement process … more
To the Editor: In 2016, I found myself managing Jeanine Calkin's campaign for State Senate in district 30. I wanted to get her elected because, as a woman, as a Democrat, and as a lifelong resident of Warwick, I desperately wanted a woman who represented more
To the Editor:Make no mistake about it, America: abortion as it stands is a human rights issue, since the unborn baby in the womb is a “real-live person” with their own body, DNA, … more
To the Editor: Empathy. What an empty, soft sounding word. Hardly worth mentioning as an area of importance in a candidate for office, really. No, we prefer our more concrete traits: discipline, integrity, persistence, follow-through. And yet, as more
To the Editor: Unions are decrying the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Janus vs. AFSCME case that says public employees cannot be forced to pay union fees" that are used to support causes with which they do not agree. What law allows government" more
To the Editor:The Projo editorial, “Here comes the weed patrol,” of June 25 notes the Westerly Town Council passed an ordinance stipulating that “weeds” on a property six … more
To the Editor: I am writing to thank publicly Representative Joe Shekarchi for sponsoring legislation to allow alleged tortfeasors to settle their liability in the pension cases involving the St. Joseph's nurses and staff. I represent pro bono over 250 more
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