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Sandy Hook Elementary School

Sandy Hook Elementary School
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  • Mass Shooting Lawsuits Can Serve Purpose

    After the tragic 2012 shooting in Newtown, lawyer Irving Pinsky sued the Connecticut Department of Education on behalf a first-grader at Sandy Hook Elementary School who suffered emotional trauma. The Internet and mass media responded to Mr. Pinsky's...
  • A Year After Sandy Hook, We're Still In Denial

    America will soon nod respectfully to the first anniversary of the 26 murders that shocked the nation last year, sparking fervent cries for action. In Newtown, those directly affected by the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012,...
  • Like Sandy Hook, scene of Fort Hood carnage to be demolished

    Like Sandy Hook, scene of Fort Hood carnage to be demolished
    Ft. Hood, the Texas base that was the site of the worst mass shooting on a military installation, shares a similar sad chapter with Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where one of the worst civilian shooting massacres took place. In both...
  • Compassion In Remembrance

    Compassion In Remembrance
    A year ago, the unthinkable happened. Connecticut's heart was shattered by a madman's bullets at an elementary school in a postcard-pretty town shortly before Christmas. Now Newtown is becoming ground zero for compassion. No one was more affected by...
  • Newtown Gun Control Group In It For The Long Haul

    Give the Newtown Action Alliance credit. It is doing its utmost to make certain that the effort to stem gun violence in America doesn't fade from the national agenda even during a time of congressional paralysis. The alliance is a frequent visitor...
  • Sandy Hook Report Timing Was Late And Lame

    Sandy Hook Report Timing Was Late And Lame
    It's mystifying why it took so long for the state police to finally release their report on the investigation of the most infamous crime in Connecticut history. The disturbed Adam Lanza's attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School — a shooting spree...
  • Don't Compromise Open Government

    Word that the task force on public disclosure and victim privacy just might be close to a "compromise" recommendation ought to send a chill down the spine of any Connecticut resident who values open and accountable government. The task force was created...
  • Too Many Guns In The Wrong Hands

    Adam Lanza was a deeply troubled young man who never should have had access to guns. But as the state's investigative report released this week made clear, Mr. Lanza had easy access to several guns that were legally purchased by his mother and kept in the...
  • Gun Threats Are Holding Us Hostage

    Gun Threats Are Holding Us Hostage
    It is outrageous that the threat of gun violence — even the rumor of a threat — can paralyze one of the world's great centers of learning for hours. But such is the fear in a state where a school massacre was almost unthinkable a year ago. A...
  • NU Fundraising Email Reveals Ugly Politics

    Northeast Utilities Chairman, President and CEO Thomas May, a Massachusetts resident, is a successful executive with appalling instincts who made an ugly assault on decency in September. The wealthy executive used the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre...
  • State Police Chief Stepping Down After Strong Service

    Reuben F. Bradford will retire as commissioner of the state Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection on Feb.1 after three years in the post with a mostly exemplary record. Indeed, had it not been for the state police foot-dragging on the...