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  • Nothing But Blue Skies For My Pal Ralph

    Nothing But Blue Skies For My Pal Ralph
    It was a house on Goose Green Road in New Hartford where a woman took in dogs. We drove up there in the spring of 2000. My father died in 1998. Our large dog Roy died in 1999. We had some vacancies. We were a mom, a dad, a 10-year-old son, a Jack Russell terrier named Chicken and our next-door neighbor Natalie, our son's best friend. We brought her with us because she was good with dogs and because we rarely did anything significant without Natalie.
  • Malloy Unloved (But He Can Squeak Out A Win)

    Here is something Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said last week on WNPR's "Where We Live," in response to a question from my colleague John Dankosky about why Malloy announced his re-election plans in late March after having said he would wait until May: "I...

    [UPDATED] WWE's Linda McMahon resigns to run for Senate against Dodd

     
    Updated: Economist Peter Schiff is also weighing a run as a Republican for Dodd's seat. Maybe The Rock and Triple H will serve as campaign managers. Linda McMahon, the chief executive officer of World Wrestling Entertainment Inc., announced today she...

    Founding Fathers versus 'birthers' -- smackdown!

     
    Now that all this "birther" foolishness is finally settled -- excepting the same pitiable core percentage that also may suspect magic tricks are the work of Satan (see my colleague Mark Barabak’s story about conspiracy thinking) -- I thought I&#...

    A last vestige of Republican moderation

     
    One of the U.S. Senate's leading moderate Republicans died Saturday. Of course, I'm referring to a former senator, Charles Percy of Illinois. When it comes to today's heavily-right, brook-no-dissent Republican Party, you couldn't write the phrase “...