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A few thoughts to add to the wonderful comments on Cuba by Gov. Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. The so-called ban on travel to Cuba was a wink and a nod. Simply a bus trip to Montreal, and from there a direct flight to Havana. \n
Re: “Plight of Middle Class is About More than Recession,” Jim Tankersley, The Washington Post.\nThe article by Mr. Tankersley was an interesting and heart-rending human interest story, but never answered the question he raised: “Why did the economy...
he mayor of New York City sells his police department down the river. Al Sharpton organizes a peace rally where the participants chant, “kill the cops.” Michael Browns father screams, “Burn this town down.” all in the name of free speech. Well guess...
In the letter, “Affordable Care Act doesn’t go far enough,” (Dec. 19), the following flawed statement was made: “The United States ranks 25th in the world in infant mortality rate, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and 26th...
Amid all of the finger-pointing, accusations and heated conversation over the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and nameless others at the hands of police, there is a common thread of fact which runs through each of the cases which nobody seems...
Attorney General Eric Holder may extend his token sympathy, and Reverend Al Sharpton can tone down his hate filled rhetoric, and Mayor Bill de Blasio can eulogize “two of New York’s finest,” but none can cleanse their hands of the blood of Officers...
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