Open Forum

Connecticut has been slow to spend its share of stimulus money, says organized labor.

Danbury vs. illegal immigrants, round way too many.

The budget impasse could be the longest on record for Connecticut, and yet no one seems to be in a hurry.

Larry Cafero is not impressed with Linda McMahon.

Transit is key to revival, says this Courant opinion piece–and I couldn’t agree more.

The governor has a media strategy, and this for some reason irritates the Democrats. Don’t you people have a budget to work on or something?

The state is owed millions by tax delinquents.

What else is going on?

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10 responses to “Open Forum

  1. Genghis,

    Would you take mass transit to work every day if it were available? Considering the time it would take, etc., what methods would you best anticipate to take or prefer?

  2. AndersonScooper

    Rush Limbaugh says that “your Town Hall eruptions are working”, and claims that Congressmen are scared to come out in public, and that the Democrats are desperate for single-payer and just lying about it.

  3. Transit is key to revival, says this Courant opinion piece–and I couldn’t agree more.

    From the Courant:
    “Imagine what a two-hour train ride between Hartford and Manhattan could do for Greater Hartford’s economy. “

    Imagine what easier access to Hartford and surrounding areas by New Yorkers could do to the crime rate!

    Besides – they’re mostly Yankee fans – do we really want to do anything to encourage them?

  4. Rush Limbaugh says that “your Town Hall eruptions are working”, and claims that Congressmen are scared to come out in public, and that the Democrats are desperate for single-payer and just lying about it.

    Scooper, I see you listen to the most listened to radio talk show host in the country. Just be careful you don’t become a ditto head.

  5. Bankrupt
    Reader’s Digest, the original enemy of tobacco in modern times, having first published an anti-smoking article in 1954, finally gets what’s coming to them.

    The publisher of Reader’s Digest, the country’s most popular general interest magazine, said Monday it will file for Chapter 11

  6. When was the last time anyone read a Reader’s Digest (besides in the waiting room of the dentist)?

  7. Not having read a Readers Digest in probably a decade, I can’t say for sure what’s bringing the magazine down, but I imagine that it’s anti-tobacco agenda isn’t it.

  8. .. but I imagine that it’s anti-tobacco agenda isn’t it.

    Just gloating.

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