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  • Take That, Dan Malloy!

    Milford-based conservative think-tank the Roger Sherman Liberty Center (recently co-founded by National Review publisher Jack Fowler, along with former Republican state Sen. Tom Scott and others) is challenging Gov. Dannel Malloy's “Plan B”...
  • The Bad Media

    I was knee deep in philosophical texts, hackneyed by my research—and Jesus was I getting sufficiently depressed. "Bang it in there, baby!" Whaaaa—who said that? I turned to my left—realized the quip was coming from my own psyche,...
  • Legal long shot by state GOP to slow remap

    With Democrats poised to advance a new political map that could leave Republicans in legislative obscurity for another decade, the state GOP has asked the Illinois Supreme Court to overturn the Constitution's rules on redrawing legislative boundaries....
  • Naval Academy puts tradition ahead of Constitution

    Naval Academy puts tradition ahead of Constitution
    As an adjunct instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy, I take the oath at the beginning of each academic year to support and defend the Constitution of the United States, as I did at the beginning of my naval career at the academy. Yet the Naval Academy is...
  • Study In Contrasts: Connecticut And Civil War

    The shell from the Confederate mortar, its red fuse glowing “like the wings of a firefly,’’ according to one observer, hung briefly before beginning its descent and exploding directly over Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor. That first...
  • Old City, Fresh Look

    Old City, Fresh Look
    She remembers having "wonderful" history teachers growing up in 1940s and 1950s Annapolis, and she has explored and chronicled this area's past for more than 40 years. But as historian Jane Wilson McWilliams researched her massive, colorful and...
  • Prayer at the U.S. Naval Academy is proper

    As a 1960 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, I take grave exception to Talbot Manvel's op-ed page commentary on mealtime prayers at our military institutions ("Naval Academy tradition vs. Constitution," May 17). If he does not like to subject himself to...
  • Fighting mosques in the name of freedom

    Fighting mosques in the name of freedom
    Last year, a Muslim congregation in Murfreesboro, Tenn., a pleasant college town of about 110,000 people southeast of Nashville, decided that the time had come to build a proper mosque. For 20 years or more, the town's roughly 250 Muslim families had met...
  • Fee transfers need more transparency

    The proposed 2011-12 budget needs transparency regarding use of utility fees for General Fund purposes — for purposes other than supplying electricity or water to rate payers. Traditional Charter-authorized water fee transfers to the General Fund...
  • Here's what LAX passengers say TSA agents lost or damaged

    Here's what LAX passengers say TSA agents lost or damaged
    If you've had a laptop computer lost or damaged during security screening at Los Angeles International Airport, you are not alone. Laptop computers are the item most often listed as lost or damaged in claim reports filed against the Transportation...
  • In Theory: Should holy books be distributed in schools?

    Schools in White County, Tenn., have agreed to stop allowing the Gideons to distribute Bibles in classrooms after the ACLU threatened a lawsuit. The Gideons entered a classroom at Doyle Elementary School in Doyle, about 100 miles east of Nashville, and...