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  • Malloy's Numbers Don't Add Up To Win

    Malloy's Numbers Don't Add Up To Win
    The tyranny of numbers has taken over the race for governor. Wednesday's Quinnipiac University poll of the contest found Republican challenger and former ambassador to Ireland Thomas Foley leading incumbent Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by six points....
  • McEnroe Rocks

    Thank God for Colin McEnroe! Though I rarely agree with his positions, I always enjoy and look forward to his columns. He writes with clarity, wit and a wicked sense of humor, none of which qualities apply to the offerings of fellow Sunday columnists...
  • Professor Jailbird

    A faculty member is promoted to full professor while in prison. The administration doesn't know about his incarceration, nor give much weight to the crimes that up led to it. That raises some serious questions about the university, among them: Does anyone...
  • Malloy Finds Revenue In Land Of Pretend

    Malloy Finds Revenue In Land Of Pretend
    The age of the Connecticut state employee suggestion box has ended. That was the notorious device Gov. Dannel P. Malloy used to balance a nearly $200 million gap budget gap in 2011. No one ever explained what the valuable suggestions were. With revenues...
  • Bacchiochi Amends Financial Report After Disclosure

    HARTFORD - Prompted by a blog post by a Hartford Courant columnist, state Rep. Penny Bacchiochi of Stafford is amending her mandatory financial disclosure forms to report income she received from a political campaign. Courant columnist Kevin Rennie...
  • Will We Answer This Postcard From God?

    Will We Answer This Postcard From God?
    That was a pretty quick "no," amigo. Last week, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy flatly rejected a federal quest to house, temporarily, 2,000 of the Central American refugee children at the Southbury Training School. And that was that. Maybe Southbury isn't...
  • Responderemos esta postal de Dios?

    Responderemos esta postal de Dios?
    Eso era un "no" rápido, amigo. La semana pasada, el gobernador Dannel P. Malloy rechazó de plano una petición federal para albergar, temporalmente, a 2,000 de los niños refugiados centroamericanos en la Escuela de Formación de Southbury. Y eso fue...
  • Guest Editorial: A Red Flag

    Guest Editorial: A Red Flag
    By ZACHARY JANOWSKI New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart has drawn criticism recently from Courant columnist Kevin Rennie and others for certain social media posts, including a photo of herself wrapped in an American flag scarf, and another (quickly removed)...
  • What's Next For The XL Center?

    What's Next For The XL Center?
    I have no answer. I'm going to ask the question, anyway. If the forces that oppose the Rock Cats' move to Hartford in what has become a daily food fight are able to kill the $60 million stadium deal, will it enhance or diminish the chances of getting...
  • Commissioner Schriro's Response

    Editor's note: Columnist Kevin Rennie, in writing about the U.S. attorney's report on violence at Rikers Island prison in New York, asked Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection Commissioner Dora B. Schriro, "What responsibility...
  • The Electorate Strikes Back?

    In Kevin Rennie's column "A Race Between Two Darth Vaders" [Aug. 17, Opinion], he states that the race between the two major gubernatorial candidates in Connecticut "will sometimes feel like a fight between versions of Darth Vader." With all due respect...