Category: Editorials

The Biden Deal Is Long Overdue

The ambitious proposal set forth by President Joe Biden last week in his speech to a joint session of Congress has elicited the usual negative response from the usual suspects. However, those who oppose Biden’s $2 trillion plan to invest in America…

Letters to the Editor

On the Chauvin Verdict Dear Editor, The trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin in Minnesota demonstrated that police officers are held to the same standards of justice as all other citizens – as they should be. The horrific facts of…

At Last, Spring Has Sprung

Spring officially may have arrived on March 21, but the past month has been anything but spring-like. For those of us who live along the Massachusetts coastline, this is nothing new of course. The prevailing, on-shore sea breezes at this time…

Letter to the Editor

Unheeded Truth Dear Editor:  is it narrow minded or bigoted when: One must take a certain plane flight to get from point A to point B?  Traffic on highways requires drivers on the right to flow in the same direction?…

Get the Vaccine

For the vast majority of people, getting a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they are eligible is a no-brainer. COVID-19 not only has a high death rate for older persons and those with underlying health conditions, but it also has…

Letters to the Editor

An Easter Message: Made for an Eternal Relationship Dear Editor, “What is man that You are mindful of him?” Psalm 139 asks this question and goes on to tell that before being born, God knew our identity!  “I am fearfully…

Letters to the Editor

A Disregard for Health of Staff Dear Editor, The Revere Teachers Association (RTA) holds as its primary objective to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of its members.  Every day, but especially during a pandemic, schools must foster a culture…

The Filibuster Must End

The pros and cons of maintaining the filibuster in the U.S. Senate have reached the forefront of political discussion as never before — and with good reason. Whether one believes that the filibuster protects the minority from the so-called tyranny of the majority…

Letters to the Editor

Regarding March 10 Article On ‘Revere Teachers Stage Protest’ Dear Editor, I write today to shed light on inaccurate and misleading information included in the article “Revere Teachers Stage Protest” which ran in the March 10th edition of your newspaper.…

What Are They Thinking?

Patrick Henry, the fiery American patriot and orator during the American Revolution, famously said, “Give me liberty, or give me death!” However, Repubican governors in some of our Southern and Midwestern states have, under the guise of “freedom,” given that…

Letters to the Editor

Thank You, Dept. Of Veterans Affairs Dear Editor, I want to acknowledge with gratitude the Revere Department of Veterans Affairs who came to my assistance when I had no idea how to assist a family member, a veteran, who appeared…