Letters To The Editor
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GREAT BARRINGTON — I like a good conspiracy theory, because it ties up the busy confusing world in a neat little package of certainty. It's comforting in a way to think that someone, anyone, knows what is going on and is in control. Even if … more
To the editor:The media covered the meeting of the prime minister of Israel and President Trump on Feb. 15 in great detail. A subtle outcome is that both countries now openly state that a "two-state solution" is no longer a top priority.The … more
To the editor:Massachusetts offers a "circuit breaker" tax credit for its residents who were at least age 65 in 2016, and either pay relatively high real estate taxes or rent but have moderate income. The maximum credit for 2016 is $1,070 and the … more
To the editor:Dear Garrison Keillor: In your Eagle editorial page column of Wednesday, Feb. 8, you refer to our president "pictured in full smirk at the National Prayer Breakfast, preening, bloviating.""Bloviating" is a very, very beautiful word. … more
To the editor:For years, Democrats whined and complained that the reason nothing was getting better was because the Republicans didn't agree with President Obama and his vision of hope and change and were against everything he proposed.We now have a … more
To the editor:The Road Scholar program hosted by Berkshire Community College for over 20 years loves the Crowne Plaza, as do the program's many participants. As our Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) enrollments increased over the years, so did our … more
To the editor:In 1957, while in training on the GE Apprentice Program, I was given the assignment of preparing and presenting a paper on a subject of my choosing. I selected a topic that was gaining popularity in the scientific community at the … more
To the editor:Address to North Adams City Council:This whole process to arrive at this resolution (declaring North Adams a safe and inclusive community) began on Nov 22 when I stood before this council. If you remember at the time, for shock value, … more
To the editor:After the infamous burning of Rome in 64AD, Emperor Nero vowed to rebuild the city to make it fit for the new age of Nero. Part of this rebuilding would include a new palace for the emperor to be called The Golden House. It was lavish … more
To the editor:In response to Patrick Fennell's letter of Feb. 14 "(Little guys picked on, state scofflaws skate") not only Massachusetts but many states can refuse to issue or renew registrations and some can garnish wages and tax refunds via local … more
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