The United States has become, thanks partially to media and political groups, a nation consumed by one fear after another.
Sean Elliot is indeed a poet of the lens.
The other day a polite, energetic young man heartened my resolve to keep an eye on the sparrow, instead of on the empty glass half in this bleakest of seasons.\n
CT Budget - Smoke and Mirrors
Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s statement, does “President Obama love America?” seems to be a fair question.
Instead of burdening the residential and business taxpayers of the State of Connecticut (us) anymore by putting highway toll booths up, why not make the access roads to both casinos toll roads?
I received a letter regarding the schedule to remove the full time fire fighters from Quaker Hill and Goshen Fire stations on Mar. 1, 2015.
With our tax dollars just given away with no accountability al all, maybe Senator Paul Formica with his leadership will bring the Amistad to New London as a profitable tourism attraction.
The letter to the editor, “Veterans clinic offers excellent health care,” (Feb. 17), is very misleading, erroneous, and engages in an ad hominem attack against me personally.
A positive shout out to the editorial, “Build a regional shelter,” (Feb. 25).
I disagree with City Councilor Michael Passero’s assertion, “Passero: Regional efforts need agreements,” (Feb. 23), that a proposed regional animal shelter in Montville is a missed opportunity for New London.
I am concerned about proposed legislation to license doctors to aid suicide for some people.