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Same Names, Different Towns Dec. 13, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block An Eiffel Tower sporting a cowboy hat on top. Two places named Berlin, neither of th... Read More

Explore Mystic Seaport's Ties to the Sea May. 03, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman Walter Cronkite, who was the dean of American television journalism and often refe... Read More

Philip Johnson: Man in a Glass House Mar. 22, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman In 1967 a large crowd of people gathered on the lawn of architect Philip Johnson's... Read More

A Long Day's Journey to Eugene O'Neill Mar. 21, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman My quest to visit with the ghost of American playwright Eugene O'Neill was almost ... Read More

Are the Racists on Viral Videos Mentally Ill? Mar. 21, 2019

Froma Harrop

Most everyone who spends time on social media has come across videos in which a white person is scre... Read More

Making Childhood Legal Mar. 07, 2019

Lenore Skenazy

Do kids have the right to go outside and play, ride their bikes and goof around on their own, withou... Read More

The Four States of the Apocalypse Feb. 26, 2019

Stephen Moore

"This is the flip side (of) tax the rich, tax the rich, tax the rich. The rich leave, and now what d... Read More

Low Taxes Are the Best Sweetheart Deal Feb. 20, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

Ever since Amazon's breakup with New York on Valentine's Day, dejected Mayor Bill De Blasio is compl... Read More

Goodbye, Poppy. You Were Never One of Us. Dec. 05, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

The late George H.W. Bush was the man's man of his blessed generation, a Connecticut Yankee who star... Read More

Five Midterm Races That Matter Most Nov. 06, 2018

Stephen Moore

I've been arguing for months that the ideal outcome in the midterm elections to set up Donald Trump ... Read More

Will Blue States Go for Trumponomics? Oct. 31, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

In a contest too close to call, Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski is running to sla... Read More

Kelo's Demolished 'Little Pink House' Stands as a Monument to Injustice Apr. 26, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

The United States is supposed to be the "land of the free," a country where individualism and privat... Read More

Are Illinois & Puerto Rico Our Future? Jun. 27, 2017

Patrick Buchanan

If Gov. Bruce Rauner and his legislature in Springfield do not put a budget together by Friday, the ... Read More

Blame the Spendaholics, Not Tax Reformers Apr. 26, 2017

Betsy McCaughey

If you live in tax hell — New York, Illinois, California, New Jersey or Connecticut — pa... Read More

States Are Going Broke Because They Broke the Bank Feb. 28, 2017

Stephen Moore

Governors and state legislators say they are running out of money again, and many are demanding tax ... Read More

Bad Teacher Protection Racket Sep. 14, 2016

Betsy McCaughey

Bad teachers. We've all had one. A Connecticut judge is ordering the state to stop spending money on... Read More

Was Cochran's Win Good for Blue America? Jul. 01, 2014

Froma Harrop

From the happy reports, you'd think that liberals had only to celebrate the tea party's recent Missi... Read More

Blocking Faith, Family and Freedom Websites Jun. 24, 2014

Chuck Norris

As most kids are screaming "School's out for summer," 18-year-old high-school student Andrew Lampart... Read More

Impressing the Judges at a Business Plan Competition May. 06, 2014

Succeeding in Your Business

I was pleased to be one of the judges at last week's Connecticut Business Plan Competition sponsored... Read More

An Open Letter to Peter Lanza Mar. 15, 2014

Diane Dimond

"With hindsight, I know Adam would have killed me in a heartbeat, if he'd had the chance ... The rea... Read More