What’s Wrong With This Picture

When the Declaration of Independence was signed in July, 1776, it stated in part:         “[T]hat all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of

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What Would You Do?

        America’s War on the Family, also known as the War on Poverty, has not been successful in raising its intended beneficiaries out of poverty. Instead, a formidable bureaucracy of countless programs, federal and state, march on without anyone asking:

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Armed Forces Network Television

        While some of us have served in the armed forces of the United States, the vast majority of us have not. The different branches of service all have different traditions, but there are some unifying themes of service and sacrifice for our nation and for

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Pro-Soviet/Russian History in School

      In high schools across the country, advanced placement courses are offered to high school students. The AP courses are harder than regular classes, and if a student can obtain a certain minimum score on a test administered by the College Board, they can

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Environmental Policy

          Who doesn’t like the environment? It is vibrant and rewarding to spend time outside. It is good for the soul. And quite frankly, we need a healthy environment for our children’s future and our future. Yet it seems that environmental

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Military Service Members and Alcohol

       I propose that all men and women in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard be allowed to drink alcohol starting at age 18 versus the 21 that it is today. These heroes have volunteered to put themselves into harm’s way to defend us.

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Solution for DACA and Illegal Aliens

We have today in Connecticut and in the United States an issue with unauthorized aliens in the country. They are here but do not have a legal status as they entered or stayed illegally. The majority are from Central and South America. Pew Research Center says there were 11.3 million

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China

        A campaign for Connecticut’s Governor should take into account the outsized impact that China has had on our economy. Where manufacturing once made up 49.6 % of Connecticut’s economy in 1950 according to the report of the CT Office of Policy and

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Sweden and Germany

       Both Sweden and Germany are advanced industrialized nations as is the United States of America. But they actually manufacture more stuff as a share of their gross domestic product, “GDP,” than we do in the United States or in Connecticut. We need to see

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