Connecticut, the land of steady habits

When it first appeared widely in print in the early 1800s, the term “The Land of Steady Habits” was associated with Connecticut’s ancient tradition of assuring political stability through repeatedly electing the same officials to high office.

Mutual respect needed

My wife and I are proud Democrats and, each election season, we display signs on our lawn supporting our party’s nominees. Four years ago, our lawn signs in support of Hillary Clinton were stolen three times.

Mutual respect and civility

My wife Marty and I have had the good fortune to live in Granby since 1972. We were attracted to Granby because of its wide-open spaces, small town community and a place where we wanted to raise our children.

Priorities challenged

In my opinion, some folks in Granby are far more concerned with their image than with the reality. Wasting money on political signs and advertising, similar to the “my church’s steeple is higher so god loves my church more than yours” is not a harmonious way to live.

Cultured meat research support

I was excited to learn Singapore is funding cultured-meat research in a robust manner. For readers who don’t know, cultured meat is grown from cells, without slaughtering animals.

In support of John Kissel

John Kissel is one of the few Republicans that have held on to a seat in the state senate for a number of years because he manages to reach and support a broad range of constituents in multiple towns.

Support for Lampert

I am a registered Independent. My affiliation is not tied to a specific party but with the candidate I believe is best for the job.