Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:A recent story in The Berkshire Eagle reported "gunplay" at the site of a local party. It seems that a disgruntled individual had an "adrenaline rush" which resulted in his pointing a weapon into the face of another person, firing a … more
To the editor:You can add my voice to those expressing dissatisfaction with Congressman Richard Neal's lack of attention to the Berkshires. Another aspect of his indifference to our area is the quality of his constituent services. As a previous … more
To the editor:Many people resented Hillary Clinton's use of the word "deplorable" (in reference to Trump supporters) because they felt it cast too wide a net. In Charlottesville, Va. we can see who she was referring to: white nationalists, Klansmen, … more
To the editor:As a long-time member of the Berkshire Museum, who continues to enjoy with my granddaughter the changes that have been made over the last nine years, I have been reading with interest the reactions to the museum board's decision to … more
To the editor:Like many of you, I've loved my times at the Berkshire Museum, but frankly, I've let the place down. So have many of you who have taken the time to write letters to the editor, protest on its steps, and The Berkshire Eagle. You see, … more
To the editor:As parents, we are constantly being told how to raise happy, healthy, well-adjusted children — children who grow up to be happy, health, well-adjusted adults. The formula is so simple. The answer is, the cultivation of innocence, … more
To the editor:Dear city residents:Over the last two years, you have seen my name in regard to four court cases. In May and July I was found guilty of two of the four, and both were all over the front pages of The Berkshire Eagle. In the two cases I … more
To the editor:The Massachusetts Department of Environment Protection since 2008 has acted as the architect of publicly funded wind turbines. The DEP oversees contractors and almost everything except your health and safety working on publicly funded … more
To the editor:Mankind now stands at the brink of nuclear war. World leaders are so bent on flexing their power over one another that they've lost any common sense they may have had. They remain focused on fame and power. Their egos are so enormous … more
To the editor:I think some people have been very harsh in their criticism of the decisions made by the Berkshire Museum board. I appreciate the connection people may feel to these items, and understand that a work of art is a type of item that makes … more
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