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Did We Really Need Quickie Divorce In Connecticut?
4 years ago

Did We Really Need Quickie Divorce In Connecticut?

Effective October 1, a new law creates a category of people who are eligible for expedited divorce in Connecticut. Qualifying “non-adversarial” couples can get split in less than a month …
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Pants On Fire: Fact-Checking Hartford Courant
4 years ago

Pants On Fire: Fact-Checking Hartford Courant

Earlier this week, dealing a blow to the vulnerable sick, elderly, and disabled, California governor Jerry Brown signed an assisted suicide bill into law; the ink is barely dry.

Please …
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Gov. Malloy, Pope Francis and 40 Days for Life
4 years ago

Gov. Malloy, Pope Francis and 40 Days for Life

Recognizing, of course, that we are all sinners (Romans 3:23) and that Pope Francis himself is a figure of controversy on the Right, Family Institute of Connecticut is nevertheless delighted …
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Off Target? Gender Bender Induces Hangover
4 years ago

Off Target? Gender Bender Induces Hangover

Recently, Target decided to end gender-coordinated toy sections in its stores. People seemed immediately to divide into camps based on whether this is A Heroic Victory For Equality Crusaders, or …
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SCOTUS and Connecticut
4 years ago

SCOTUS and Connecticut

The U.S. Supreme Court got it wrong today in its decision forcing the people in all 50 states to embrace same-sex marriage. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution that …
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CT Couple Represents at March for Marriage
4 years ago

CT Couple Represents at March for Marriage

We love that, of the thousands of people who could have been interviewed at the March for Marriage, ThinkProgress picked a couple from deep-blue Connecticut who spoke up for religious freedom:

Bill and …
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March For Marriage: For The Love Of Nature
4 years ago

March For Marriage: For The Love Of Nature

The Annual March for Marriage takes place this Saturday, April 25. As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on whether the states are obligated to redefine marriage, and the freedom …
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Justice Asks: Will CT Supreme Court Be “Philosopher Kings”?
4 years ago

Justice Asks: Will CT Supreme Court Be “Philosopher Kings”?

 

Pro-family Connecticut residents may recall from 2008 my frequent descriptions of our State Supreme Court as “philosopher kings” for literally legislating same-sex marriage from the bench (they ruled on …
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Mozilla Madness

Yet another same-sex “marriage”-related boycott is in the news.

To be clear up front, I’m down with boycotts, conceptually; however, I’m happy to offer my cynical observations on particular …
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I Sure Didn’t Vote for These Folks

For further evidence – if any were needed – of who is truly politically disenfranchised in the state of Connecticut, check this out:

In the world of four out …
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