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A perfect fit   Jul 2, 2015
Good news: The pall of gloom and doom over Meriden’s potential loss of its two community college locations continues to clear. The pieces continue to … more ...
‘Buy American’   Jul 1, 2015
The kid’s doing all right. First-term U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy chalked up perhaps his biggest legislative accomplishment to date recently when the “Buy American” amendment … more ...
“I never thought I’d see the day.” That was the gist of a number of comments people made to reporters last Friday outside the U.S. … more ...
Some of Gov. Dannel Malloy’s budget cuts this year have put him in the worst of political positions; being hit from both sides. The move … more ...
What’s commonly called the Great Recession has been a good deal less than great for the many people who have lost their jobs since 2008. … more ...
Death of innocence   Jun 26, 2015
There’s both good and bad news on the education front. The good news is that violence in schools is declining, both nationally and in Connecticut. … more ...
Unflagging racism   Jun 25, 2015
Americans are having a long-overdue conversation. We’re talking about the Confederate flag, and what its place should be — if any — in modern society. … more ...
Counting heads   Jun 24, 2015
Sometimes it may seem as if the Cold War is back, what with China engaging in an unprecedented campaign to build up its military power … more ...
While newspaper pages often are filled with stories gushing about the accomplishments of high school athletes and teams — especially when they’re pocketing state championships … more ...
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“I have to do it. You rape our women and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go.” Right now there are plenty … more ...
Fourteen past presidents of the University of Connecticut Alumni Association have written a letter to UConn President Susan Herbst, urging her to reconsider her decision … more ...
Where have all the honeybees gone? Although that’s a complicated question, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says the number of managed hives in the country … more ...
‘Heroes’?   Jun 15, 2015
American culture has a soft spot for villains. Billy the Kid, Bonnie and Clyde, Al Capone; criminals such as these are folk heroes in our … more ...
Is there an unseemly alliance between the Pentagon and the NFL? Three U.S. senators — Connecticut Democrat Richard Blumenthal and two Arizona Republicans, John McCain … more ...
Can’t the government do anything right? Well, no — and occasionally yes. It is distressing to learn, as we recently did in news reports, that … more ...
“If you drive a car, I’ll tax the street. If you try to sit, I’ll tax your seat. If you get too cold, I’ll tax … more ...
The junior senator from Connecticut wants Congress to reduce exemptions to the federal Buy American Act, and he’s got a good point. The Buy American … more ...
We liked this week The Meriden-Wallingford Relay for Life marked its 20th year last weekend at Sheehan High School in Wallingford. About 50 sponsors, community … more ...
Clicking on a seat belt before hitting the road is second nature for most, but not all travelers feel compelled to do so. For whatever … more ...
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