Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:I was pleased to see the AP story "Poets ready to slam Trump," about poets responding to the current political climate at events across the country, including Boston and New York. It's worth noting that closer home, on Jan. 29, nine … more
To the editor:In recent weeks, communities across the United States have been affected by a virulent wave of anti-Semitic attacks on Jewish institutions. More than 100 Jewish Community Centers, schools and agencies across 28 states have experienced … more
To the editor:I read with great surprise and dismay the headline on your lead Sunday article: "Trump: Obama tapped phones." Only in a subhead do you add "Obama denies charge."Monday's paper shows the results of your Sunday opinion poll, with an … more
To the editor:The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. — Edmund BurkeVirginia E. O'Leary is to be commended for the action she took regarding the slanderous material she found attached to her car, and The … 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:Folks are writing letters opposed to the Stockbridge Cottage Era bylaw. They may believe if the cottage that became DeSisto School is torn down, there will be no hotel and the land will be developed according to R2 and R4 restrictions … more
To the editor:Among the cuts proposed in President Trump's fiscal 2018 budget is the elimination of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program overseen by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Of this program, Gov. Charlie Baker … 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:Both Paul Ryan and John C. Calhoun started out as the supposedly smartest men in Congress. Both initially espoused positions — Calhoun a staunch nationalist who rejected sectionalism; Ryan, a conservative genuinely concerned (or … 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
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