Letters to the Editor
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One in four households with children in Rhode Island are food insecure, meaning they struggle to afford adequate food. more
To the editor:The Rhode Island Office of Management and Budget produced an analysis on March 24 claiming the state of RI could potentially save $5.4 million a year in taxpayer dollars if we allow … more
To the editor:From what I have seen over the years, there is no shame left in some of the hearts of the left. Do you still smile when you see a newborn baby? What a beautiful creation it is! Do you … more
I am writing in strong opposition to taxpayer funding for abortion on demand in Rhode Island.  There is a bill in the state legislature (S2549 and H7442) which will allocate your tax dollars … more
To the editor: It was such a long wet winter that the fields couldn’t be mowed until a few weeks ago. This did not please my beautiful pheasant and he fled next door where there was a nice … more
To the editor: Thanks to Ethan Hartley and the Warren Times-Gazette for the article about the Arbor Day celebration at Kickemuit Middle School on April 29th. The Warren High School Class of 1965 … more
To the editor: Ka-Boom!  Could our democratic society implode from internal causes?  Tragically, this is becoming thinkable and even likely.  Many Americans seem clueless or … more
To the editor:For the first time in three years, since Covid-19, the U.S. Postal Service, in conjunction with the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), will restart the "Stamp Out Hunger" … more
To the editor: Liberty, in common usage, means “freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control.” Thankfully, because of our constitution, we have a system of laws to protect … more
To the editor: This letter is in response to Will Newman's letter of April 7, titled "Not hard to see who scorns woman in America." Mr. Newman forgets about the Democratic senator … more
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