In a recent series, Riju Das delivers many cogent arguments for more gun control, but neglects to posit a convincing argument countering the reason our founding fathers enshrined gun ownership in our Constitution.
Democrats are now the party of the rich while Republicans are making inroads into the working class…
In several years, the bear population will exceed 5,000 meaning they will be common sights on our roads and in our backyards.
Gov. Ned Lamont is trying a novel approach to attract businesses to Connecticut – marketing abortion.
We may admire the Ukrainians’ bravery, but the potential destruction of our country is not worth escalating this war
The COVID pandemic is entering its third year and a political consensus is now forming – we have to live with this virus.
The greed and inefficiency of hospital conglomerates is destroying health care.
Yet, tuition for in-state residents at the University of Connecticut’s medical school is $47,673 and $81,753 for out of state.
The 26th climate change conference in Scotland has ended and the 400 private jets that inundated the area are gone.
Politics has become so polarized that people are refusing a highly effective vaccine for COVID – risking their lives and others. First some facts:
While our political class is hoping to aid the urban minorities by proposing zoning law changes to allow more affordable housing in the suburbs, and “woke” school curriculums, another plan is being hatched to further soak urban minorities of the little disposable income they have – sports gambling.
While the chattering classes are blathering about the racism of Dr. Seuss, the sexual harassment of Pepé Le Pew and the wokeness of Mr. Potato Head, a subterranean herculean battle is brewing over a new financial asset that could give the masses unprecedented power to prevent profligate governments from impoverishing them by printing money ad infinitum – Bitcoin.
Well that didn’t take long. Just one week into the Biden presidency, America’s ruling class has put the hoi polloi in its place by bailing out a flailing hedge fund because a bunch of COVID-bored bloggers and small investors were about to push it into insolvency.
When I was in first grade, I was mistakenly given an eighth-grade portion of food that I could not possibly finish. As I was presenting my uneaten portion to the woman at the garbage disposal, a redoubtable nun towering over me said, “Joseph, the pagan babies in Africa are starving and you’re wasting that good food.” I responded, “Sister, if I eat the food, the pagan babies still won’t get it.” Wap! The nun backhanded me across my face and the tray went flying.
Just as in 2016, the 2020 polls underestimated President Trump’s support. While polling has become more difficult in the age of cell phones and caller-ID, it is mathematically impossible not to conclude that these polls were either deliberately inaccurate or conducted by incompetents.