Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Two or three years ago, I was talking to my good friend, Bill Basinait, who was telling me how he had been researching his father's military service to get the awards and medals he deserved, but never received before his death. This … more
To the editor:My wife and I recently enjoyed a fantastic evening at the Barrington Stage Company production of Ragtime. Berkshire residents are incredibly blessed to have such a wonderful venue and at such affordable prices.Every aspect of the play … more
To the editor:As behavioral health providers, we see the ravages of addiction every day. Lost in the dialogue around legal recreational marijuana is a critical discussion around prevention and risk reduction. While the statistics used in the June 25 … more
To the editor:\I strongly urge everyone to contact Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli (413-637-0631; rep.smitty@mahouse.gov) and Sen. Adam Hinds (413-344-4561; adam.hinds@masenate.gov) telling them, as I did, to "advocate for keeping voter control of … more
To the editor:\A June 21 Eagle cartoon depicted Alex Jones (radio host) spewing "obviously" false conjectures about current events. Two such conjectures: 1) The Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax; 2) 9/11 was an inside job. The latter, however, is not … more
To the editor:\Where is compassion? Two columns on the op-ed page today (June 23) cry out that question. I am about to turn 82, so these stories happened a long time ago.\My grandmother was the widow of a glassblower in a small mill town in south … more
To the editor:\This is in regard to the annual congressional baseball game. The game is touted as a moment in time when rivals across the aisle come together and play a ballgame in the spirit of nonpartisanship. What nonsense. It's Republicans … more
To the editor:\The world is headed for disaster with the increasing dependence on the cyber network.\Foreign hackers can access our electric grid and shut it down. They hacked our election last year and will do it again.\We will grow up in 30 years … more
To the editor:\Power, as we all know, is sometimes corrupting. A casual walk through history certainly bears this out. But the legacy of great leaders is other great leaders. \Poor leaders don't wield their power to the benefit of all those they … more
To the editor:My primary care physician is based in Stockbridge, and earlier this month I received a letter from his office informing me that he was going to be a "concierge" physician and I could either pay him $2,500 a year or find a new physician … more
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