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Kevin Rennie

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  • 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...
  • Katz Should Remain At DCF

    Columnist Kevin Rennie's screed of Aug. 10 calling for the firing of Joette Katz as commissioner of the Department of Children and Families is the most uninformed hatchet job that I have read in years ["Joette Katz Must Be Fired Now"]. Rennie states...
  • Bacchiochi Seeks To Be GOP's Lieutenant Governor Candidate

     Bacchiochi Seeks To Be GOP's Lieutenant Governor Candidate
    Ever since Rep. Linda Marie "Penny'' Bacchiochi stepped into the political spotlight more than two months ago, she has been involved in controversies. These have included charges of racism and have led to sharp clashes with both of her opponents in a...
  • 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...
  • Spying On Us, But Missing The Bombers?

    Most Americans understand that in a hostile world, governments need to engage in some snooping to monitor and thwart our enemies. We know they need to crack codes and keep secrets. In exchange for handing the government that extraordinary power, we expect...
  • Courant's Sunday Pages Honored With National Award

    The Hartford Courant will be honored in October with a national award for its six-page Sunday Opinion section. The Association of Opinion Journalists, a nonprofit group of media professionals founded in 1947 as The National Conference of Editorial...
  • Vulnerable Malloy Should Keep Endorsement Feelings To Himself

    In recent days, Gov. Dannel Malloy and U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy have endorsed state Sen. Toni Harp for mayor of New Haven. This is fairly unusual, but maybe it makes up for the fact that Harp did not initially endorse herself. No. She originally...
  • Tom Foley's charges: Blunder or brilliant?

    Tom Foley's charges: Blunder or brilliant?
    Republican Tom Foley, the party’s unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate in 2010 who is exploring a run in 2014, appeared on a talk show Sunday and began his thus-far-unofficial campaign by insinuating that the administration of Gov. Dannel P....
  • Government Revealed — A Buyers' Market

    Chris Donovan wanted to be a congressman. Now he's the reluctant star of a federal court multimedia show on corrupt practices, featuring a colorful lineup of bums and goodfella wannabes. Donovan lost the congressional seat he wanted to Elizabeth Esty,...
  • E-Shenanigans In The Malloy Administration

    State employees are supposed to use their public e-mail addresses — the ones that end in ct.gov — to conduct public business. But as Courant columnist Kevin Rennie reported last week, members of the administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy...