A Different Way: The Proper Way

A Different Way: The Proper Way      This is a different look at the social contract, which has been upended by the “War on Poverty,” which may be more accurately described as the “War on the Family.” We are 50 years into the War on the Family. Marriage within poor

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Amazon HQ2 RFP

I would like to submit this supplement to the application of the State of Connecticut, the Cities of Hartford and East Hartford as well as the Greater Stamford area to Amazon for consideration for HQ2. The Governor, mayors and other related parties have made a prodigious effort to present

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Sovereign Immunity

Sovereign Immunity and Connecticut’s Pensions Obligations   For those who have been following the economic and tax fortunes of Connecticut, Connecticut has been lagging behind other states and has a millstone of unfunded pension liabilities around its neck. Depending on whom you ask,

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Sentencing and Prison Reform

         In 2013, 2,220,300 people were incarcerated in state, local and federal prisons. That was approximately 716 people per 100,000 of population or about .716% of the United States population. According to Wikipedia, another 4,751,400 were on

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Education Reform

        How are our public schools doing? The answer can vary based on where your school is from cities, to suburbs to small towns. Suburban and small town schools are doing better than in our cities. Judge Thomas Moukawsher’s decision in September, 2016,

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CheckAmerican.com

As an immigrant and as an attorney in the U.S. Army Reserve, I have experienced how this is a unique and inspiring nation. It has been my experience that native-born Americans are not as aware or appreciative as to how exceptional and accepting this country is, flaws and all.

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Connecticut Economy

        We find ourselves in 2017 in a negative mindset on the economic trajectory of Connecticut. The taxes and the schemes to nickel and dime businesses and individuals are having a cumulative impact. Substantial businesses such as GE and Aetna are leaving

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The Magic Trick

          When do we use social pressure and when do we use law to influence people’s behavior? There are those who say society shouldn’t  judge individual’s conduct or lack of action. “It’s okay if you don’t want to do that.” “Whatever you are

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