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  • Pelto Spoiler Alert

    At the beginning of his campaign for governor, Jonathan Pelto was criticized for being a spoiler; his candidacy in Connecticut was compared with what Ralph Nader's candidacy did to Al Gore's presidential campaign in Florida. Just when that type of...
  • Nader Signed Pelto's Petition To Get On Ballot

    HARTFORD — Ralph Nader, the country's most famous consumer advocate, has been blamed by some Democrats for peeling away votes from then-Vice President Al Gore and throwing the 2000 presidential election to Republican George W. Bush. Some...
  • Construction industry preparing for climate change

    There's little question many architects and builders are convinced of the threat of climate change and are urging clients to plan for a future of weather extremes. Those who design and construct buildings are required to look decades into the future...
  • Proposed amendments reek of hypocrisy

    Let us now praise Democratic hypocrisy. Throughout my life, various Republicans have suggested amending the Constitution in one way or another. A few years ago, they suggested revising the 14th Amendment to get rid of automatic birthright citizenship....
  • Michael Mann's bad timing on global warming comment

    Sorry for professor Michael Mann's Al Gore-like bad timing ("Public opinion critical for climate change fight"), but telling us to notice global warming when I wake up and it's 50 degrees on July 30 shows his argument couldn't seem more absurd. Likewise,...
  • Forgotten teams like Buffalo need a jolt of Bon Jovi

    Forgotten teams like Buffalo need a jolt of Bon Jovi
    Jon Bon Jovi. Does the name mean anything to you? How about Donald Trump? OK, how about Terry Pegula? They head the three groups that reportedly have bid for the Buffalo Bills. You remember the Bills, right? Probably not, which is why the NFL...
  • Israel's survival depends on destroying Hamas' ability to terrorize

    WASHINGTON Though Israel should never carelessly ignore U.S. pressure, it nevertheless must resist current U.S. efforts to impose a cease-fire on the Israel-Hamas conflict while Israel remains besieged by rockets and tunnels. To be sure, the United...
  • John Seigenthaler, journalist and civil rights activist, dies at 86

    John Seigenthaler, journalist and civil rights activist, dies at 86
    John Seigenthaler, a journalist, civil rights activist and "right hand" to Robert F. Kennedy — who once hired a young reporter named Al Gore to work under him at the Tennessean — died of colon cancer Friday in Nashville. He was 86. His death...
  • It doesn't matter when the GOP holds its convention

    It doesn't matter when the GOP holds its convention
    No, Reince Priebus, neither the location or the timing of the Republican national convention is going to make a difference to the 2016 election outcome. Nor will the number of debates, or whatever success Republicans have in condensing the primary...
  • Hillary Clinton ahead, Republicans tightly bunched, in 2016 poll

    A new series of polls has confirmed the obvious when it comes to a presidential contest still more than two long years from its climax: Hillary Clinton is routing the field among Democrats, and Republican voters are all over the map when it comes to their...
  • Why doesn't Dick Cheney just shut up?

    Among former presidents, there's an unwritten rule: Once you leave the game, you don't stand on the sidelines and criticize the man who took your place. You never heard George H.W. Bush attack Bill Clinton. Never heard Clinton slamming George W. Bush....
  • Howard H. Baker Jr. dies at 88; respected Washington insider

    Howard H. Baker Jr., the Republican senator from Tennessee who framed the question that cut to the heart of the official inquiry into the Watergate scandal, died Thursday, four days after a stroke. He was 88. His death at his home in Huntsville, Tenn.,...