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: 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 recently attended the joint meeting of the North Adams Planning Board and City Council regarding the updating of zoning regulations pertaining to the building of solar arrays. Unfortunately, this effort became necessary as a result … 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: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:"Contempt" is the only word to describe my reaction to the action of the 50 Republican senators who voted to confirm Betsy DeVos as secretary of education.DeVos has poured millions of dollars into Republican campaigns, millions at the … more
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:President Trump's avowed declaration to "destroy" the Johnson Amendment dealing with prohibiting "churches" from endorsing political candidates at the cost of losing their tax exemption would likely position numberless souls even … more
To the editor:This is in response to the Jan. 16 OpEd by Thomas M. Kiley, "Natural gas is critical to state's energy future."Kiley, CEO of the Northeast Gas Association, wants us to believe that "[w]ithout expanded pipelines and liquefied natural … more
To the editorAntebellum Southern thinker and political philosopher George Fitzhugh wrote in 1857 that "slavery educates, refines, and moralizes the masses by separating them from each other, and bringing them into continual intercourse with masters … more
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