Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:On Nov. 8, we experienced a rebellion by the American working class against the liberal/progressive elites who have for many years exercised way too much control over our citizens and our country.These liberal elites believe the … more
To the editor:After the results of the national election, some are pressing a view that Mr. Trump is not a legitimate president because he arrived at his position through illegitimate means. The latest to say so are Congressman John Lewis and New … more
To the editor:Old ideas about development need to be changed. Technology (vaccines, antibiotics, food crop production, fishing efficiency, energy and natural resource utilization) allowed human reproduction rates, especially in the U.S., to explode. … more
To the editor: I am motivated to lash out at the corporate bad behavior in justifying the destruction of sacred lands in Sandisfield just to add a storage facility for fracked gas for Connecticut customers. We cannot allow this insanity to continue. … more
To the editor:I have been reading the articles and comments about the new parking meters in downtown and while there are some negatives, there are also some positive views.Being a business owner and a supporter of downtown shops as much as possible, … more
To the editor:The letter submitted by Cambridge physician Jim Recht ("Natural gas advocate overlooks key facts," Jan. 17) creates the mis-impression that the Northeast Gas Association accepted the findings of a November 2015 study published by the … more
To the editor:An unprecedented election? Perhaps here, but a glance back to European history tells us otherwise.I have recently begun reading Volker Ullrich's "Hitler: Ascent 1889-1939" (Knopf, 9/16). In his introduction, the author explains his … more
To the editor:There is a piece of property on the corner of Woodlawn Avenue and Tyler Street in Pittsfield that has been sitting vacant for years with no one showing any interest in developing it because of all the concrete foundations and PCBs and … more
To the editor:I have to agree that Eversource has a monopoly. Why does it propose to raise rates right before we go into winter, knowing this is a struggle on people in the rural area that are total electric because you have no choice unless you … more
To the editor:The Great Barrington Special Town Meeting on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 6 p.m., in the Monument Mountain auditorium, could very well prove to be the most momentous meeting since the one that approved the formation of the Berkshire Hills … more
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