Letters to the Editor
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The League of Women Voters of R.I. (LWVRI), its Board, local Leagues and our members acknowledge how during these extraordinary times, Rhode Island’s election was well-run and secure. The … more
To the editor:This past election brought us many new beginnings, both nationally and locally. We have a new president, senators, representatives, school committee members and a new requirement to … more
To the editor:It would be surely a shame if the City of East Providence to lose the Metacomet property. This iconic piece of property can never be replaced if allowed to be developed. It has … more
To the editor: Sometimes unusual events call for unusual actions. Tap-In now finds itself in such a circumstance. In the past, at this time of the year, the generous Barrington community has … more
Your November election editorial, “Restore the soul of America,” concentrates on style but not on substance. President Donald Trump had been spied on by a cabal originating with Hillary, … more
I am not a racist. I make this candid statement to avert such an unfounded charge against me in response to the position I will herein assert against changing the formal historical name of our state … 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
To the editor: The following is intended to be an open letter to attorney Arlene Violet in response to her open letter published by East Bay Media on Sept. 16-17, 2020. I am writing this open … more
Well, here we are. First, it’s reported that Trump called his assembled Joint Chiefs “babies and dopes” and said they couldn’t win wars anymore. Next we hear from multiple … more
President Donald J. Trump doesn’t want to lose his re-election. One of the ways he’s trying to stay in power is to try to impede the U.S. Postal Service in doing its job. According to … more
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