Eleanor Roosevelt touched many lives

I noted with interest the article submitted by Sarah Merrill of Granby Racial Reconciliation (GRR) regarding the personal and political friendship between First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Mary McLeod Bethune, one of the nation’s most powerful Black political figures through the 1930s and 40s.

Regan addresses Republican Assembly

Susan Patricelli Regan made a “We the People for a Smaller Government” presentation to the Hartford County Chapter of the Connecticut Republican Assembly (CTRA) on April 5 with the objective of providing a new strategy message for the conservative party.

Educational reform in our Connecticut schools

There are many facets to educational reform, but they originate primarily from one source—parents and, yes, grandparents as well. The concern is that what today’s youth are experiencing in their academic curriculum regarding books on sexual reference and Critical Race Theory (CRT).

Connecticut’s “Jabba the Hutt” administration

On May 11, the CT Mirror published an article by Mark Pazniokas entitled, “House extends emergency powers—but with added oversight”. While a majority of “Demoncrats” in both the House and Senate create and manipulate bills and budgets and the Capitol remains closed to the public, the same body of unilateral capacity extended Governor Lamont’s Executive emergency powers until July 20, albeit with some nominal oversight.