Letters to the Editor
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To the Barrington Police Department: If you’re a cop, you must feel a little beat up these days. Even in Barrington. And this is why I write to you. First, on a personal level, my wife … more
Though I wish no notoriety, I must register my immediate and profound distress over the flying of any other flag on the same pole as our beloved and respected Old Glory. Regardless of what the other … more
Bristol residents, please don’t ever ask that our police department or first-responders get defunded.We have one of the finest police and fire/rescue teams I have ever seen. Yesterday, Sept. … more
My wife and I attended an appearance by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in 2018 at Roger Williams University Law School, and I took with me one typewritten question I had drafted for any possible … more
I spoke recently with one of our state representatives who has been personally attacked by Concerned Citizen-wannabees. One would think that falsehoods and slander is OK in the trashy newspapers … more
My turn to say thanks to Peter Hewett for alerting Bristol voters to know the candidate’s positions for the upcoming elections. I could not agree more with Mr. Hewett, though our directional … more
To the editor: In Peter Fossel’s letter (Sakonnet Times, 17 Sept., 2020) I hear echoes emanating from the surrounding hills and valleys of Con Thien (“Hill of Angles”) Khe Sanh … more
I would like to take a moment to first alert the elderly to the financial scams for which they may be targeted. Recently, my grandmother was contacted by people impersonating a police department … more
To the editor: On Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 7 PM, Warren Planning Board will hear a petition by Blount Boats to approve a four-phase Master Plan for the six-acre Blount shipyard and residences that … more
To the editor: There are no liberals on the Supreme Court. Only a liar or a lunatic would call Kagan or Sotomayor liberals. President Obama, himself not a liberal, nominated Garland, the centrist … more
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