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Big difference between legal, illegal immigration

Finally! Someone has the common sense to say it like it is (Marc A. Thiessen column, July 18,...

Day editorial got it right, climate emergency is now

The Day editorial staff should be commended for the May 9 editorial, "Climate disaster awaits our children unless all act now." It was poignant...

UConn should preserve its football program

Some fans are excited with the University of Connecticut’s return to the Big East. Some aren’t. I can assure you of this: If UConn administrator’s de-emphasize football, UConn won’t be a renowned major university...

Set anger aside, support nature center

I am writing as a 30-plus year friend of Maggie Jones, a former president of the board and as a long-term supporter of the Denson Pequotsepos Nature Center (DPNC). After seeing the announcement that Maggie would be replaced as executive director...

Being 5 for a day; it was wonderful

I’m sitting at work today, July 16, feeling sorry for myself. I have to work because I’m huge on helping animals, my own and the ones in the shelters. I sit here thinking, "I want to be five-years-old again, just for a...

Trump has assembled 'team of failures'

In her book "Team of Rivals," Doris Kearns Goodwin explains the value of President Lincoln’s decision to bring some of his strongest rivals in politics at the time into his Cabinet. Why would he do such a thing? Because more than most...

In 2020 make sure Trump hears, 'You're fired!'

We need a tough squad to lead us to 2020. The editorial “Trump’s racist trope must be condemned,” (July 16), with racist...

U.S. is becoming a third-world country

With conditions that currently exist with financial debt, overwhelmed resources and with the largely unimpeded influx of immigrants crossing its sovereign borders, will the U.S.A. become a third-world country? Or is the nation already in the...

Reminded Connecticut is a technological leader

Sometime within the past year or so, I was visiting Washington D.C. with my parents and siblings. It wasn't the first time I had been there − my brother and I were born in nearby Bethesda. But on this particular trip to the capital, I...

Anthropology proves Trump comments were not racist

Please, do not use the word, "Racist" incorrectly. In your editorial, “Trump’s racist trope must be condemned,” (July 16), you...

Powerful symbol of an ugly stain on our national identity

I started crying when I looked at the front page of The Day - Mary, Joseph and Jesus in separate cages at the St. James front door, “

Hopefully a judge will set prison officials straight on Confederate flag issue

Attorney Daniel A. Schwartz’s comment and Department of Correction’s decision-making process suggests an oversight of important information, “

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