Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: As the anti-gunners like to trumpet, there are over 400 million guns in the United States, and approximately 50,000 gun-related deaths a year. Therefore, for every gun involved in … more
To the editor: Clay Commons is perplexed by the Supreme Court’s interpretation or lack thereof for the Second Amendment clause regarding “A well-regulated Militia …” … more
To the editor: For the last year, the Portsmouth Dog Park Committee has had the pleasure of working with students from Salve Regina University and the University of Rhode Island. We turned to … more
Beauty. The beauty of the earth.   The beauty of the mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes—and, of course, the ocean.   The Ocean State, our little Rhode Island, embraced by the … more
To the editor: “Alayne, would you be interested in doing some sort of storytelling workshop at the (Qunita Gamelin) Community Center?” MaryAnn Quinn, the community outreach line leader, … more
To the editor: It is frustrating to learn that the Bristol Warren School Committee, in a split 5-4 vote and contrary to the recommendation of its own Policy Committee, voted against having a … more
To the editor: Every now and then you may have the urge to help out your community in some way, but you may not know how. Please let me suggest to you an easy way to do that. On Saturday, May … more
To the editor: Gun violence is a concern for everyone in America today. A common assertion in the debate on how to reduce it is that new laws won’t work, based on the tired trope that only … more
To the editor: We would like to thank the Bristol Town Council for passing the Proclamation of Welcome to the Golden Rule sailboat and a resolution in support of the United Nations Treaty on the … more
To the editor: Mr. Nutini’s otherwise thoughtful letter (4/26/2023) regarding student input on the school board, while highlighting what the school board might learn from the student, failed … more
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