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To the editor: In the April 9 edition of Sakonnet Times there was an editorial opinion titled "Parents Deserve Rebates.” While it is true that parents are an integral part of the … more
It bothers me that the noose constricting our freedoms has been so continually tightened of late that our rights have been all but dissolved in the name of protecting us from ourselves and others … more
We can all agree that our nation has entered uncharted waters over this Covid 19 virus, and Congress is already planning to go even deeper into those waters. Last week our federal government … more
Mr. Thomas Brown’s letter in the April 9 Bristol Phoenix (“These days, the Presidential failings are magnified”) seems like it should have been posted on April 1 and … more
Why do so many intelligent, successful people support our president? In the face of never-ending, wacky, and unsubstantiated claims as illustrated in Thomas Browns’s letter (“These days, … more
The entire world changed in a month. Jobs. Schools. Medicine. Shopping. Travel. Religion. Sports. Cataclysmic changes have temporarily (we hope) re-shaped everything in our … more
To the editor: During these challenging times, postal employees are working hard to ensure residents stay connected with their world through the mail. Whether it’s medications, a package, a … more
As a member of many organizations, I receive invoices via my mail carrier to continue my membership. Often these invoices ask for additional funds at my discretion to help with building maintenance, … more
Last week’s editorial makes the strange suggestion that because the schools are closed now, the Town should rebate the equivalent cost of running these schools to the parents of the students. … more
I have been saying for several years that we — America — are in trouble because we seem unable to do well even the most fundamental things, such as maintain adequate streets, roads, and … more
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