Presidential election unlike any since Civil War

The campaign for president will play out over the next two years, but anyone paying attention should know already what this is about and which party to choose.

Taxation fraudsters now control Congress

Public should be angry about GOP plan to accelerate transfer of wealth to rich Americans.


Congress playing a risky game with Iran talks

The bill approved unanimously Tuesday by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is ill-timed and could make an agreement less likely, which is the...

Change in property tax policy would help New London

For too long the state has done too little to assist cities that have a large percentage of tax-exempt properties

In New London, Passero engages debate with Mayor Finizio

Michael Passero has drawn some clear distinctions between his approach and that of the incumbent mayor.


Queen Hillary travels by van, eats fastfood, but still political royalty

She doesn’t just get media coverage; she gets meta-coverage. The staging is so obvious that actual events disappear. The story is their...

Clinton has many blanks to fill in

Hillary Clinton promises to be a champion for the middle class, but what will she champion?

Leveling women's pay by reinventing workplace

There are huge economic and social cost from women’s thwarted ambitions.